Jenson USA win a Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 road bikeWant an early holiday gift for yourself?

JensonUSA is giving away a Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 road bike, and all you have to do for a chance to win is join their specials email list, write a product review on their site or buy something off their site. Entries accepted through Sunday, November 30. Details on their Facebook Page with a convenient one-box email entry form.

Check out the full bike spec here. Complete rules posted after the break…

  • This contest is open to any person 18 years or older with a valid, working email address.
  • Only online product reviews that pass the moderation process will be considered, so please submit only legitimate reviews for products that you’ve ridden. Reviews can take 2-5 business days before they appear on the website while they are moderated for content.
  • Employees of Jenson USA and their family members are not eligible.
  • This contest is open to residents of the 50 United States and its territories.
  • To enter this contest by signing up for email specials, you must use a new e-mail address that is not a prior subscriber to Jenson USA email (i.e., forward this message to a friend and advise them to signup to enter)
  • The winner will be randomly selected from all entries that meet the criteria.
  • For alternate, no cost means of entry, send a postcard containing your name and email address to: “Jenson USA Diamondback giveaway, 1615 Eastridge Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507”. To be considered, we must receive your postcard no later than 11:59pm PST on November 30th.
  • Winner will be contacted via e-mail on or around Dec 3, 2013, and may select any in-stock size of Jenson USA item # BI239C09, 2013 Diamondback Podium 6 Di2 complete bicycle as their prize.
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BMW
BMW
8 years ago

You think they could just not assemble the bike? That way it saves me some time taking the group off the frame before I try (emphasis on try) to sell the frame and wheel set.

Champs
Champs
8 years ago

Whatever you think of the name, a Diamondback Podium IS nicer than what most people are riding. My Trek 5200 with DA7800 was great for its time…

Jonny
Jonny
8 years ago

You think they could just not assemble the bike? That way it saves me some time taking the frame off the group before I try (emphasis on try) to sell the shifters and derailleurs.

pornitswhatlwouldratherbmaking
pornitswhatlwouldratherbmaking
8 years ago

i would take the Frame and the Parts! lm not too worried about name brands. l just hope its not white or the horrible bright red thing.

truerider
truerider
8 years ago

The rider makes the bike, not the name on it…….

Ham-planet
Ham-planet
8 years ago

Why do the rules explicitly note that the competition is open to US residents?