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Design (and win) your Dream Marin bike with Coloring Book Competition!

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It’s time to sit down and bust out those grade school art skills. To help pass the time and get everyone looking forward to better days, Marin just launched their own coloring book. But this is no ordinary coloring book – in this one if you color inside the lines and come up with an amazing design, it just might come to life!

Design (and win) your Dream Marin bike with Coloring Book Competition!

I didn’t expect to be writing about coloring books when we’d normally be reporting from the Sea Otter Classic, but here we are. To be honest though, this is one rad Coloring Book. Filled with blank pages featuring Marin bikes, you have the ability to give the Alcatraz, Alpine Trail, San Quentin, Four Corners, and Gestalt X a custom look.

Design (and win) your Dream Marin bike with Coloring Book Competition!

Then, if you upload that stellar artwork to instagram with the proper tags, you may just win that very bike. Marin has partnered up with Image Design Custom to create the winner’s actual bike design. So what you’re coloring might actually end up as your next bike. You have until April 24th to do some coloring, and then Marin Ambassadors will choose their favorite design.

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Mike Wottawa
2 years ago

Too bad that the only way to win is posting on social media. I would have taken part and emailed my work to be evaluated and let the powers that be post the winning pieces themselves. But who am I to say how to run the contest.

Fred Gravelly
Fred Gravelly
2 years ago

Hmmm, first time ‘dream marin’ has been spoken??

stiingya
2 years ago

Dude that’s cool!

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