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Hola all
The nice folks over at RoadID have sent me a very special item (customized by me!)
This is a band that contains basic but important info (like who to call, if your cell phone became new pavement) if any emergency was to happen.
When I first heard about them my thought was like, hey I don’t do long rides so often by myself and I’m always with people —yada yada THEN I thought *not*
I think I got a little sidetracked by the ‘typical’ hardcore athlete. You know what, the City is hardcore. Drunks, random opening doors, train fcuken tracks and steel plates on hills — that to me is pretty darn hardcore.

So I thought, ok yes – it would be cool to get one.
I have been using it for the last month or so and I really like it. Their customer service was super and word has it that they are good looking. I might have to investigate that on my own soon, since they are located in the Presidio. So watch out =)

Here it is, and it matches all my bracelet red accessorology.


Mission statement.
Our mission is two fold: One, to educate outdoor enthusiasts (runners, cyclists, triathletes, skiers, snow boarders, kayakers, walkers, and anyone that doesn’t spend all of their time on the couch) about the importance of wearing ID. Two, to provide these athletes with innovative identification products that they will want to include as part of their gear. 

So, OK Dear blog friendos.
To participate in the giveaway,
1. visit their site: roadID.com to check out their products
2. and simply leave a comment on this post, on which model/or color you like and a sentence or thought about safety. Get creative! (make sure you inlcude an email or your website link in the comments/sign in username field)

A comment will be picked – by next Friday, Nov.12
Good luck!!

disclaimer. The author of the blog (me!) was not paid to post, review or promote the goods and services of  the aforementioned company.
As always, photographs posted in this blog are taken by me, unless otherwise stated – and if so always credited/linked. 
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