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Be A Pedal Ranger, Blackburn looking for Brand Ambassadors for 2014

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Blackburn Ranger ambassador program (1)

Do you love to get out there by bike? Packing up your stuff and riding until you’re tired, only to set up camp and tell stories around the camp fire? Blackburn is looking for new brand ambassadors for 2014, and if that sounds like your idea of a good time on a bike you might want to look into becoming a Ranger. In 2013, Blackburn started the Out There video series which introduced the Blackburn Ranger program and showcased the epic adventures along the Pacific Coast Highway and Continental Divide rides. Blackburn is continuing the program for 2014, and is looking for 4 new Rangers that will serve as Blackburn product testers to work directly with BlackBurn’s engineers and designers as well as their video production team to inspire others to get “Out There.”

Like the sound of free gear, travel, and support? Check out the details after the break.

Blackburn Ranger ambassador program (4)


  • Loves the idea of exploring the world by bike.
  • Active and knowledgeable on social media, with a good following
  • Passionate about the Blackburn brand
  • Someone who likes to “capture” the moments of life.
  • An excellent storyteller; written, verbal and/or visual
  • A camper, traveler and adventurer.

Blackburn Ranger ambassador program (2)


  • Spread the word about the Blackburn brand and products
  • Travel the Pacific Coast or Great Divide Cycling Route in summer of 2014
  • Create and deliver ride inspired content (photos, videos, blogs)
  • Actively participate in social media
  • Attend Ranger Camp at the 2014 Whiskey Off-Road Event in Prescott, AZ
  • Provide product testing feedback to the Blackburn team

Blackburn Ranger ambassador program (3)


  • New & Prototype Blackburn Gear
  • Travel to and participation in our 2014 Blackburn Ranger Camp at the Whiskey Off-Road in Prescott, AZ
  • Appearance in Blackburn videos and possible regional ad campaigns, in-store displays or other Blackburn marketing initiatives
  • Small travel stipend to help you complete the route


  • Submit a short essay that details why you’d make a great Blackburn brand ambassador. Try to hit upon the following points: What sort of history do you have with the Blackburn brand? What kind of bike touring have you done, if any? What are your personal motivations for embarking on the Pacific Coast or Great Divide? Is there anything special you’d like to do along the way? Surf, Kayak, Climb, Skateboard, raise money for a cause, hit every historical site?
  • Send along several photos (3 to 10) that best illustrate who you are and how you view the world
  • Bonus points: upload a short video to YouTube that showcases the points listed above, #beablackburnranger and send us the YouTube URL with your completed essay


  • You will receive an email confirming we’ve received your application
  • An 8 person panel comprised of Blackburn representatives, media and creative partners and a representative from the Adventure Cycling Association will review each application
  • Finalists will be notified by February 22nd, 2014
  • Final selection will be determined by March 7th, 2014. Notification will be posted to www.blackburndesign.com

More details can be found on the Blackburn Ranger Page, and all applications must be submitted by February 15, BEABLACKBURNRANGER@EASTONBELLSPORTS.COM.

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10 years ago

All I really wanna know is what’s the stem on that bike?

10 years ago

I want the bus!

WV Cycling
10 years ago

I’ve been accepted/selected for two or three Brand Ambassador programs for bike related companies. I don’t know if it is my way of operating, but they have always been SO VAGUE on what they want you to do.

“Spread our brand name, etc”

I really wish they had clear and defined goals that they want me to set. Titus bikes was the worst for this. Give me tasks, and I will competitively and compulsively achieve them. Tell me to make people enjoy your brand? How? Why?

I would be happy to send emails to show their inept ability to respond in any kind of logical manner.

Oh, and Titus was only giving something like 5% discount off their gear. Much Disappoint, doge says.

Radsport USA was another disappointing Brand Ambassador program, but this was solely due to their vague promotion policies.

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