All the Winners of the 2019 Pinkbike Advent Calendar

Jan 16, 2020
by Pinkbike Staff  
After hundreds of emails, several redraws, and countless comments from eager readers, we've finally tracked down and verified all the winners of the awesome prizes that were up for grabs last December during the 2019 Pinkbike Advent Calendar contest. Without further ado, here are the 33 lucky winners:

The winner of the SRAM Code RSC Brakeset is Pinkbike user drumdilly.
Congratulations drumdilly

Prize Details:
With Code, we tackled the problem of all-or-nothing, on/off braking. We built an authoritative 4-piston caliper and expanded the PiggyBack reservoir, giving Code fistfuls of power. Then, we added a range of contact adjustments and pads, allowing you to determine how and when you dispense of that power. They’re your brakes. Tune them just right.

The prize pack includes:
• SRAM Code RSC Brakeset with CenterLine Rotors
• MSRP: $245 USD

Learn more at

CONTEST NOW CLOSED. The winner of the Julbo Quickshift MTB Goggles are Pinkbike users Restore and Matriley and jblair77.
Congratulations Restore and Matriley and jblair77.

Prize Details:
Julbo shakes the frame of MTB goggles by bringing to the market the first enduro goggle with drop-outs, thanks to our new SwitchAir system. Remove the drop-outs for the frame to climb with a 100% ventilated goggle and a lighter contact on the face. Put them back, to benefit of a perfect protection while crushing the downhill. With its wide double lens and its perfect fit with any helmets, our QUICKSHIFT MTB goggle is the new benchmark for aggressive mountain biking, uphill or downhill, no matter the weather. Find a trail, shred it, repeat.

Three lucky winners are going to get:
• Julbo Quickshift MTB Goggle
• MSRP: $170 USD / 140€

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The winner of the Industry Nine All-Mountain Stems are Pinkbike users Biohazard666 and mikemcw70.
Congratulations Biohazard666 and mikemcw70.

Prize Details:
Industry Nine’s A-Series stems are crafted from aluminum billet into a svelte design of equal form and function. Using practices honed in the i9 machine shop from over a decade of CNC manufacturing, the all-mountain stem collection offers the rider another unyielding Industry Nine component.

Two lucky winners are going to get:
• Industry Nine All-Mountain Stem
• MSRP: $160

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The winner of the Smith Helmet & Glasses is Pinkbike user racebmx1234 .
Congratulations racebmx1234

Prize Details:
Smith Optics Forefront 2 Helmet
An evolution of our award winning Forefront helmet, the completely redesigned Forefront 2 is a full coverage helmet ideal for all-mountain riders who demand superior protection, ventilation and eyewear integration. For added protection, Koroyd® has been extended into the back of the helmet to now fully encompass the helmet. Internal air channels are combined with open intake and exhaust ports to maximize ventilation, while AirEvac™ channels promote airflow to prevent fogging of your eyewear. The Forefront 2 also features channels on the front and rear of the helmet for eyewear storage, and a three-position visor that rotates high to allow for goggle storage.

Smih Optics Wildcat Glasses
Goggle inspired coverage, sunglass inspired performance. Charge any trail in the Wildcat - Smith's full coverage, hybrid construction, cylindrical lens sunglass. Constructed from durable TR90 and flexible TPU used in Smith goggles, the Wildcat provides coverage and protection like a goggle with the airflow and comfort of a sunglass. Equipped with two-position nose pads, megol temples for no-slip fit, the Wildcat also comes with a bright light ChromaPop lens, and a secondary clear lens for low light overcast days, or rides with heavy tree canopy.

The prize includes:
• Smith Optics Forefront 2 Helmet in Mystic Green
• A pair of Wildcat Glasses in Mystic Green
• MSRP: $479 USD

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The winner of the Polygon Siskiu T7 30th Anniversary Bike is Pinkbike user rpinney206 .
Congratulations rpinney206

Prize Details:
The Polygon Siskiu T7 30th Anniversary Edition is a trail-ready, shred machine which is efficient enough for epic rides in the mountains and responsive enough to challenge friends on laps around the local loop!

The prize includes:
• Siskiu T7 30th Anniversary Edition (Trail Suspension Bike) - 29er (available in size M to XL)
• MSRP: $1,699 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Joystick Prize Pack Including Bar, Stem, Grips & Saddle is Pinkbike user cheades .
Congratulations cheades

Prize Details:

The prize includes:
• 8-Bit Alloy bar, Binary Stem, Binary Grips and a Binary Saddle.

8-Bit Alloy Bar
The 8-BIT handle bar is made from an extremely strong but light-weight Aluminium Alloy. It is the preferred bar of Loic Bruni and Finn Iles and is available in three rises (20mm, 28mm or 38mm) it measures 800mm (31.5 inches) and is made to help you control your ride. Available in black and gun metal grey, every single 8-BIT bar has been designed and developed for performance and with both a 31.8mm or 35mm diameter you can achieve a race ready-weight with an optimized flex for improved feel.
$85 USD

Binary Stem
It’s first or nothing when it comes to racing. The Binary stem is light but maintains the strength and stiffness necessary to deliver consistent race-winning performance. This fully CNC-machined stem has an incredibly precise bar interface that’s light enough for your race bike and strong enough for gravity rides. Available in 35mm and 50mm lengths, the Binary stem uses a carbon and alloy friendly bar/stem interface with an increased clamping surface. By increasing the clamping surface area and utilizing our controlled clamping system we have created a stronger and more precise stem.
$120 USD

Binary Grips
Joystick single clamp grips are both carbon and alloy friendly. The Binary single clamp grips feature an ergonomic inner region and an outer knurl pattern with waffle for extra grip and control. These grips are made from a specially formulated compound that is durable yet tacky for a difference you're guaranteed to feel!
$25 USD

Binary Saddle
Engineered for the rigors of Enduro racing, the Binary saddle features anatomical comfort without sacrificing performance. With a compact, low profile nose and Real Rider Geometry, the Binary is the choice for any race-ready rider or urban minimalist.
$60 USD

Total MSRP $290 USD

CONTEST NOW CLOSED. The winner of the DMR prize pack is Pinkbike user sjedawe .
Congratulations sjedawe

Prize Details:
DMR makes MTB and Dirt Jump components and frames that can withstand everything from hitting
the jumps down your local woods to sending big lines at Rampage. We’re offering you the chance to
win a collection of big-hitting DMR products, to fully upgrade your ride.

Axe Cranks
With the strength needed for the biggest DH hits, combined with a hard-wearing finish, the award-
winning Axe Crank is our unsung hero!

Blade Chainring
Stiff wide/narrow direct mount chainring made from 7075-T6 Aluminium for stiffness and durability.

Vault Pedals – Brendog Edition
The preferred pedal of Brendan Fairclough. Unrivalled grip combined with a big platform make a flat
pedal equally at home on all-mountain or downhill setups. Comes with extra MOTO pins.

OiOi Saddle
Tough, lightweight and versatile mountain bike saddle designed in collaboration with Ben Deakin
(The Deakinator). Treacherous terrain, challenging conditions, the OiOi camo bike saddle will get the
job done where others can’t.

Deathgrips (Flange or Flangeless, Thick or Thin)
A grip for the brave. Designed in collaboration with Brendan Fairclough, the Deathgrip features an
internally tapered single-lock core, unique waffle/knurl/mushroom pattern, and comes in a wide
variety of styles and colours making this the ultimate mountain bike grip.

Wingbar MK4
The 4th generation of this legendary review-winning bar. The Wingbar blends the perfect shape, lightweight and strength to take hard hits.

Defy Stem
Complete your cockpit with the Defy stem. A low stack height, wide clamping stance and high
stiffness make it perfect for aggressive riding.

The prize includes:
• Set of Axe LE Cranks (SRP £160)
• Blade Chainring (SRP £40)
• Axe bottom bracket of your choice (SRP £40/£60)
• Vault Brendog Edition (SRP £110)
• OiOi Saddle (SRP £35)
• Deathgrips in colour of your choice (SRP £19)
• Wingbar Mk4 (SRP £55/£65)
• Defy Stem (SRP £55)

Learn more at

The winner of the Feedback Sports Pro Elite Repair Stand is Pinkbike user TenBurner .
Congratulations TenBurner

Prize Details:
The Pro-Elite Bike Repair Stand is a staple at EWS, World Cup Downhill and XC races around the world. This award-winner is the premier choice of pro mechanics in the pits and home mechanics for its stability, portability and serviceability.

In the 15 year history of Feedback Sports, only a handful of repair stands have ever strayed from the standard red-anodized roots. This gold-anodized stand will be the only custom stand we've made available to the public and hope Pinkbike fans find it something worthy of a bit of Advent Giveaway excitement.

The prize includes:
• Custom Pro-Elite Repair Stand + Travel Bag
• MSRP: $289.99 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Hayes Prize Pack is Pinkbike user Xtreem .
Congratulations Xtreem

Prize Details:

The Winner will choose between:

Option A: Dominion A4 and ProTaper Bar/Grip Combo - $644.95 USD

• Dominion A4:
Making power is easy, making power with the right feel is the real challenge. Dominion
combines endless braking power with intuitive modulation and the industry’s lightest
lever feel. Dominion’s master cylinder is factory tuned for the shortest dead stroke
possible and a crisp bite point. The Dominion A4 caliper utilizes four pistons in the most
structurally rigid design possible. The brake set includes two D-Series rotors available in
160mm, 180mm, and 203mm.

• ProTaper Bar/Grip Combo:
Thicker in all the right places, ProTaper has been an industry leader in handlebar
technology since day one.

Bar width: 810mm, Clamp Diameter: 31.8 or 35mm, Rise: 0mm, 12.7mm, or 25.4mm,
Material: 7050 Aluminum

Our Meat Hammer grips will keep you from beating your palms on the most rugged of

Option B: ProTaper JUNIT Bar/Grip Combo and Dominion A2 SFL - $644.95 USD

• ProTaper JUNIT Bar/Grip Combo
Designed specifically for younger riders with smaller hands, the ProTaper JUNIT bar/grip
combo provides superior comfort and control to your favorite mini riding buddy.

Bar width: 680mm, Clamp Diameter: 31.8, Rise: 12.7mm, Material: 7050 Aluminum
Dominion A2 SFL

Using the same tech from our Dominion A4 brake system, we have dropped the piston
count in the rear to two while maintaining that Dominion feel. With the SFL (short finger
lever), this brake is perfect for those with smaller hands or those who prefer smaller
levers. The brake set will include two D-Series rotors available in 160mm, 180mm, and

The Prize Includes (Winners Choice A or B):

• Option A: Dominion A4 and ProTaper Bar/Grip Combo - $644.95 USD


• Option B: ProTaper JUNIT Bar/Grip Combo and Dominion A2 SFL - $644.95 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the OneUp Components Prize Pack is Pinkbike user Danhadnum.
Congratulations Danhadnum

Prize Details:
OneUp Dropper Post
The longest dropper post that will fit your bike. The shortest stack height and the shortest total length of any comparable dropper. Available in 120,150, 180 and 210mm lengths, all can be reduced in travel by 10mm or 20mm so you can dial in your perfect height and get the most drop possible.

OneUp Carbon Handlebar
The most compliant 800mm bar you can get. The patent pending oval bar profile minimizes arm pump and vibration. Don’t take our word for it, check out all the 5 star rider reviews on our site.

OneUp Bash Guide
The guide of choice for Richie Rude and Jesse Melamed. Protect your frame and chainring from rock strikes and never drop a chain again. New for 2019 is a tool free top guide flip feature, which makes installation and maintenance even easier. Top guides available in a range of colours to match your bike.

OneUp Lock-On Grips
Super tacky, with tons of traction.

OneUp Components is a small team of riders from Squamish, BC. We design the components we need for our bikes maybe you want them too.

The prize includes:
• OneUp Dropper Post - $209
• OneUp Carbon Handlebar - $138
• OneUp Bash Guide - $79
• OneUp Lock-On Grips - $25

Learn more at

The winner of the Kuat Racks Prize Pack is Pinkbike user sternomac.
Congratulations sternomac

Prize Details:
Pivot v2
The Pivot v2 will make sure your rack never gets in the way. Smoothly swing up to a 4-bike rack to the side for clear access to tailgates, rear doors, and hatchbacks. And when it’s time to load up, the tightening mechanism makes sure your rack only moves when you want it to.

Base 2.0
The NV 2.0 Base is loaded with features that make it one of the most equipped platform racks on the planet. This darkened brute features our foot lever pivot release, adjustable cradles for increased bike fit, integrated cable locks, a hand-tight cam system, and a ballistic black powder coat that will stand up to years of abuse.

Introducing the RackDock from Küat. A sophisticated solution for storing your hitch rack. With easy wall installation and the ability to hold a 4-bike rack. This little guy has your rack.

The prize includes:
• Pivot v2
• Base 2.0
• RackDock
• MSRP: $996 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Continental Prize Pack is Pinkbike user Jeremydegen1.
Congratulations Jeremydegen1

Prize Details:
Set of Kaiser 2.4 Protection Apex:
Designed with some of the fastest gravity athletes in the world to make them even faster. Der Kaiser is the all conditions enduro king. Ramped center treads rolls fast but brakes hard with wedged shaped shoulder lugs for a deliciously predictable dig to drift transition that begs you to hit the high berms or exit turns as fast as possible. Black Chili compound on Apex and combined with ProTection reinforced carcass provides the perfect balance of grip and speed.

Tubeless Ready Kit:
The Continental Tubeless Ready Set comes with all the necessary items to transform your tubeless-ready wheels and tires into tubeless tires. The set comes with one roll of tubeless rim tape that is 5-meters long, one 240ml RevoSealant, two tubeless valves, three mounting pads, and three tire levers.

Grey Conti Beanie:
Essential beanie guaranteed to warm you up after your winter ride.

Pair of MTB Conti socks:
Wool socks wick moisture away, keeping your feet dry and warm

The prize includes:
• Set of Kaiser 2.4 Protection Apex
• Tubeless Ready Kit
• Grey Conti Beanie
• Pair of MTB Conti socks
• MSRP: $249.99 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Assos Prize Pack is Pinkbike user carabelli .
Congratulations carabelli

Prize Details:
• TRAIL Cargo Shorts
Take the concept of adaptable, all-mountain shorts to a new realm, made possible by streamlined tailoring and progressive materials. They’ve been developed with a waistband that smoothly holds the shorts in place, a cut that’s trim around the crotch to avoid saddle snag, a length that’s ideal with or without pads, and a versatile new fabric that flexes with each pedal stroke. Pair with the Trail Liner Shorts for all-mountain coverage, unrestricted comfort, and lasting support.

• TRAIL LS Jersey
Light, protective coverage on the trail is something we welcome, but it usually comes at the expense of bulky pads and extra layers. Those days are behind us, as we’ve developed a new long-sleeve trail jersey that incorporates a touch of added coverage right where you need it most.
Striking the perfect balance between light protection and breathable comfort

The prize includes:
• Trail Cargo Shorts
• Trail Long Sleeve Jersey
• MSRP $298 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Rotor Power Meter is Pinkbike user LittleDominic.
Congratulations LittleDominic

Prize Details:

Rotor’s power meters have been known to withstand the watts and wild ways of Loic Bruni, Jared Graves, and even the illustrious Kate Courtney. Get on their level and get your training right with this INpower. The electronics are housed internally to withstand all the icy creek crossings and volcano-traversing trails your little heart desires. Pedal through the Mariana Trench and beat that giant squid for the KOM. Ride across the surface of the sun. Backflip a solar flare. With the highest rate of data capture in the industry, it records enough to fill spreadsheets for even the most pernickety of bike nerds. You’ll be the envy of your spin class, the belle of the ball.

Will it make you faster? Probably. But the coolest part is that you’ll get to see those numbers spike every time the trail turns back up the mountain, and you’ll finally know your FTP (whether you like it or not). Flex the ol’ ham hocks and gear up for winter training. They won’t know what hit ‘em come springtime.

24-38 tooth round or oval chainring of your choice included. Manufactured in Spain out of 7000 series aluminum for top-tier lightness and durability.

The Prize Includes:

• INpower + chainring (24-38 teeth, round or oval)
• MSRP $879 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the POC Helmets & Sunglasses is Pinkbike user samshallard .
Congratulations samshallard

Prize Details:

The Tectal Race SPIN helmet and Crave Clarity sunglasses are designed to provide complete
protection for the head and eyes every time you hit the trails.

With extended protection around the temples and back of the head, the helmet provides
extra protection where it is needed most. The helmet ventilation is wind-tunnel tested to
ensure your head stays as cool as possible.

Aramid bridges feature in the helmet liner to enhance structural stability and to enhance
penetration protection. SPIN (Shearing Pads INside), our patent-pending silicone pad
technology system also features, ensuring the helmet delivers superior levels of comfort, fit
and performance.

The Crave Clarity Sunglasses feature a lightweight, flexible and durable grilamid frame with
snap-in hinges that pop out in a crash, reducing the chance of injury to your face and
minimizing damage to the frames.

We developed Clarity lens technology in partnership with optical industry leaders Carl Zeiss.
The lenses filter specific peaks in the color spectrum to optimize vision for trail riding,
enhancing the greens and browns associated with the trail environment, letting you react
more quickly to changes in your surroundings.

The Prize Includes:

• Tectal Race Spin helmet in hydrogen white/uranium black
• Translucent Crave Clarity sunglasses
• MSRP $495 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Vitus Mythique VRX is Pinkbike user ocdmimi .
Congratulations ocdmimi

Prize Details:

Say hello to the Mythique, our brand new one-stop shop does it all trail bike. The Mythique was developed around a proven horst-link 4-bar suspension design, allowing us to develop an accessible, capable and performance-driven trail bike. Pairing modern geometry with dependable components and a setup that gives you the confidence to progress your riding to the next level. The Mythique is a bike capable of descending as well as it climbs. Watch the smile on your face widen as the Mythique encourages you to get out on the trails and shred section by section. #ridemore
The Mythique VRX is ready to rock out of the box with a 140mm full suspension alloy frame paired with trail smashing Marzocchi Bomber Z2 140mm forks and Rockshox Monarch R rear shock. The SRAM SX Eagle drivetrain is paired with reliable Shimano MT-501 brakes to give you the confidence to develop your skills. Rolling on WTB tubeless-ready rims, Schwalbe tyres and finished off with the Brand-X Ascend dropper post, the Mythique VRX ready for its next trail ride shred.

- Mythique 140mm 6061 Alloy Boost frame
- Marzocchi Bomber Z2 140mm forks
- Rockshox Monarch R rear shock
- Sram SX Eagle 12 speed drivetrain
- Shimano MT-501 brakes
- Brand-X dropper seatpost
- Schwalbe tubeless-ready Magic Mary / Hans Dampf tyres

The Prize Includes:

• Vitus Mythique VRX (Choice of 27.5” or 29” Wheels)
• MSRP $1999 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the TTX Air shock is Pinkbike user grambone .
Congratulations grambone

Prize Details:

TTX Air is a high performing and robust air-sprung shock. By combining the superior damping function of the TTX system in the coil-sprung TTX22m, together with a completely new air spring design, it was possible to improve both performance as well as robustness.

To get traction and control for your bike dialled the shock offer a big range of adjustability. It has Öhlins usual adjustments for low-speed compression, high-speed compression with pedal mode and rebound. There is also a spacer system to adjust progressiveness. All in all, this gives an adjustable, robust and high-performance shock that will improve your ride.

The Prize Includes:

• Ohlins TTX Air shock
• MSRP $780 USD

Learn more at

CONTEST NOW CLOSED. The winner of the Exposure Lights Prize Package is Pinkbike user bortchev .
Congratulations bortchev

Prize Details:
• Maxx D has a powerful output that is projected through a combination of focussed and wide lenses that simultaneously highlight the edge of the trail without having to compromise the long throw of the beam, perfect for aggressive trail riding, flowing singletrack and technical terrain. The Maxx D also has the revolutionary Reflex++ Technology that automatically adjusts the light to provide boosted output, up to 3600 measured lumens, when riding hard and fast then intuitively dimming for the slower sections such as climbs. No need to find a button whilst on the move. This is all to optimise battery capacity, to provide extra light when needed and save it when not required. Reflex ++ achieves this by using data from 3D digital accelerometers including gyroscope and thermistors. It continually analyses the data to make seamless adjustments to benefit the rider, probably better and quicker than the rider can. In reality it is a form of artificial intelligence.

• Diablo Mk. 11 helmet light that uses triple LEDs to deliver a wide beam to light up the whole trail, 1750 measure lumens to see far down the trail or just around that next switch back, this beam pattern combined with TAP technology that enables the light to be quickly switched between modes on helmet lights by tapping either the body of the light or the helmet without needing to locate the function button for fast control to match the pace of the trail. Three sensitivities allow greater personalisation.

All Exposure bike lights have CFD, Cable Free Design, which means no external battery pack so it’s all in one unit.

The prize includes:
• Maxx D front light
• Diablo Mk. 11 helmet light
• MSRP $792 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the 5 SDG Saddles are Pinkbike users zyphen and NcAltitude and dlbiker and JohnnyGlow75 and colmmcguigan

Congratulations zyphen and NcAltitude and dlbiker and JohnnyGlow75 and colmmcguigan

Prize Details:

The Limited Edition “Oso” Radar Mtn saddle is packed full of comfort and performance features while being hand-inked by @Caliboca – a local Southern California artist and fellow MTB’er.

Key features:

• Ideal for Trail / Enduro Riding
• Limited Art Series Collection
• Flat-Forward Platform – Allows free movement in aggressive riding positions
• Nylon + Glass Base – Provides extra support for optimal power transfers
• Free Float Comfort Flex Rail Inserts – Enhanced wing flex
• Peri-Canal – Tip to Tail pressure relief
• Hidden Undercut – Added comfort
• Nose Platform – Ample padding & design to aid with inclines
• Rear Buzz Cutout – Extra tire clearance at full compression
• Sublimated cover design with Kevlar – Superior strength and durability
• Lux-Alloy Rails, 270mm x 138mm, 230g

Five lucky winners are going to get:

• Radar Mtn Saddle – The “Oso” Limited Edition
• MSRP: $89.99 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the 3 Troy Lee Designs A2 Helmets are Pinkbike users mbrittna1321 and Puckettt and TheMrJustus.
Congratulations mbrittna1321 and Puckettt and TheMrJustus.

Prize Details:

The trailblazing A2 is Troy Lee Designs MTB trail helmet that checks all the boxes. Its stylish shell not only incorporates huge intake and exhaust ventilation ports, it also comes with the very best in impact protection. From breakaway visor screws and the innovative MIPS system and an industry-first dual-density EPP + EPS liner that protects against both high and low-speed impacts; this is a helmet that doesn’t take your safety lightly. Add in an adjustable strap and X-Static Pure Silver comfort liner and the comfort is every bit on par with the protection.

• Huge Air Intakes - 25% Larger Than A1 - Connected To Massive Exhaust Ports Through Deep Internal Channels Provide Powerful Cooling Efficiency
• Mips Brain Protection System Reduces Rotational Forces To The Brain In Some Crash Scenarios
• Dual-Density Eps Co-Molded With Epp For State-Of-The-Art Impact Energy Management At Low And High Crash Speeds As Well As Everything In Between
• Rear Stabilizer Fit System With Flexible, Slimline Arms Has 3-Position Front And Rear Locations For A Custom Fit
• Adjustable Strap Dividers For A Perfect Fit Every Time
• 350 Grams ( Size M/L )

Three Lucky Winners will get:

• Troy Lee Designs Trailblazing A2 MTB Trail Helmet
• MSRP - $179.00 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Propain Dreckspatz 20" Kids Hardtail is Pinkbike user burpp.
Congratulations burpp

Prize Details:
The new 2020 Dreckspatz is now available with a rigid fork, building a solid base for young shredders. Traction is provided by the new tires from "Vee Tire Co" and SRAM delivers the shifting and brakes.

What else is new for 2020? The Dreckspatz comes in the team-color of our Worldcup-Team "badmint" and the frame can further be customized with several decal options.

Fork: Rigid fork
Brake front: SRAM Level 65 mm
Brake rear: SRAM Level 125 mm
Saddle: 1st Ride Race
Seatpost: 1st Ride 27,7
Wheels: 1st Ride 20″
Cranks: 1st Ride 115 mm
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X-5 9-speed
Shifter: SRAM X-5 9-speed
Cassette: SRAM PG 920
Handlebar: 1st Ride 550
Stem: 1st Ride 38
Tires: VEE Crown Gem 20″
Weight 8,4 kg

The prize includes:
• Propain Dreckspatz 20“ Kids Hardtail
• MSRP: $830 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Pole Evolink 158 Frameset is Pinkbike user ccal.
Congratulations ccal

Prize Details:
The Pole Evolink 158 is a 29er gravity enduro bike for riders wanting to go fast. Pole
Evolink is the benchmark of modern geometry since 2016.

Evolink 158 has the reach range from 450mm to 535mm. Its wheelbase goes from
1268mm to 1353mm. The head angle is steady 64 degrees and chainstay length 455mm
throughout the range.

The prize includes:
• Evolink 158 Pepper Red + EXT frameset
• MSRP: $1775 USD

Learn more at

The winner of the Weldtite Prize Pack is Pinkbike user ntns .
Congratulations ntns

Prize Details:

Reformulated for 2020, the powerful Weldtite Bike Cleaner is guaranteed to rapidly remove dirt from anywhere on your bike, leaving your frame fresh and rejuvenated. It’s aggressive on dirt without being harsh to your frame or components.The ergonomic power trigger features a range of sprays including ‘Fine Mist’ and ‘Power Spray’, giving you the all the settings you need to target the muck that can hide behind derailleurs, stays, axles and forks. It’s already used and approved by pro’s on the DH and Enduro circuits so now is your chance to get your hands on the orange stuff.

But that’s not the best part…the Bike Cleaner itself is biodegradable meaning you can clean your bike wherever you like. Like anywhere. Really! And with a year’s supply of Bike Cleaner Concentrate you will be using over 1kg less plastic when you clean your steed next year. If everyone on Pink Bike followed your example that’s close to 2,000 tonnes less plastic being used in 2020! Not a bad way to protect the environment we ride in.

• Spray the whole bike with Bike Cleaner to bring a sparkle back to the paintwork and any polished metal parts. Then rinse with clean water. Bike Cleaner is the ultimate mechanic approved total bike cleaner.

• Save on packaging and reuse your Bike Cleaner bottle with our Bike Wash Concentrate. 200ml of concentrate makes 1 Litre of Bike Cleaner.

The prize includes:
• 1 Year’s Supply Of Bike Cleaner - 3 x Bike Cleaner 1L, and 24 x Bike Cleaner Concentrate

Learn more at

The winner of the Guerrilla Gravity Smash is Pinkbike user dakotadog .
Congratulations dakotadog

Prize Details:

One-of-a-kind Guerrilla Gravity The Smash

Coming straight off our Field Test Editor’s Choice and Value Mountain Bike of the Year wins, we’re pumped to give away a custom-built The Smash to one lucky Pinkbike reader. The Smash is the most versatile bike in our lineup and ready for everything from epic big mountain days, to laps in the bike park, to your rock-strewn after-work trails.
• 145 mm rear wheel travel
• 160 mm fork travel
• 64.6 degree head angle (w/ 160 mm fork)
• 76.7 degree seat tube angle
• 434 mm chainstay length

Our bikes are 100% built in Colorado using the bike industry’s most advanced and impact resistant carbon. Revved™ Carbon Technology is exclusively available on Guerrilla Gravity bikes which are hand built in Colorado, and this unique build is paired with top quality made-in-America components.
The MRP Ribbon Coil fork and PUSH ElevenSix shock are designed and built in Colorado to handle the rowdiest trails around the world. Industry Nine is supplying their new 1/1 wheels and an A35 stem, Pisgah-proven and manufactured in Asheville, NC. And because party posts and terrific tires make every ride more fun, we’re also including an SDG Tellis dropper and a Maxxis Assegai / Minion DHRII combo. All that’s left is for you to specify your decal color, drivetrain, and brakes!

The prize includes:
• One-of-a-kind Guerrilla Gravity The Smash
• MSRP: $6,045 USD

Customize your own The Smash at


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 I checked, there were 3 broken links to accounts and 2 clean fresh accounts (one 1 December 2019 and one September 2019)
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 The Vituz bike was won by a fkin account that was created literally 4th of december 2019 I mean Pinkbike I am not arguing that i havent won anything since i joined Pinkbike but I bet my ass that the system can be at least more fair in a way that when you see a fkin NEW account created exactly when the raffles start you just say to them Listen Up Boy. Keep this playing field level and Dont cheat.
  • 66 1
 Hey, at least the person who won the GG bike has been a member since 2010, good on 'em.
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 Yeah this has been going on every year for quite a while. I'd be interested in hearing Pinkbike's "verification" process....
  • 32 2
 @kingpin2607: To play devils advocate this is a great way for casual pinkbike viewers to make an account if they don't have one.
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 @kingpin2607: well, if you google ocdmimi you find an interesting twitter account. I hope she uses the bike ;-)
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 @mitochris: I looked… W T actual F?!!
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 @CapedBaldy: Is that someone's job? "W T actual F?!!" has never been more appropriate... fahk.
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 I've literally been here playing this silly game for 10 years straight and have not won a single thing, but some chump makes a pb account in December 2019 only to sell a bike in the buy sell section and wins instantly. dope..
  • 20 1
 I’ve been playing the lotto everyday since I was legal, I’ve mortgaged my parents house to afford the tickets, I buy more 50/50 tickets than the rest of the hall at my local legions meat draw - never won Frown
I just saw that some woman named Karen is set for life after receiving a scratch off in her Christmas stocking. She’s never even played before!!!! Doesn’t anyone know how lottery odds work?!! By my maths I should have won 100 times already Karen!
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 @mitochris: @CapedBaldy I've read about people like this a few years ago. For some it is their FT job, signing up for contests.
She's probably an extreme couponer and loves yard sales. I wonder if she is single.
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 @mitochris: WHAT... ? Wait... Holy... … Nope, can't form a sentence. … Eek
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 @mitochris: Let's be optimistic. Maybe she has no clue what a bike is and either @pinkbikeaudience will redraw or it'll be posted for under $100. Rolleyes lol
  • 1 0
 @MattyBoyR6: She joined 25 sweepstakes in the last 24 hours, and that's just what she posted on Twitter. No kidding that's a full time job unless they have bots that can sign you up. Insane
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 @mitochris: Anyone try to message her and see if she'll sell?? Obviously doesn't look like she's using it anytime soon.
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 @mitochris: Looks like ocdmimi obsessively enters giveaways!
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you lucky fkr! I reckon Reno has appropriate terrain for your new whip.

ride in good health my brother!
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 @kingpin2607: Why not? These contests are run exactly for that reason... to bring more people in and create accounts. Pinkbike then uses those numbers to help sell ad space and generate revenue to keep the lights on and keep generating great content. This is the way the world works... don't like it, then would you prefer to pay $30 a month and have no ads, advertorials or sponsored contesting like this at all? Just be happy you're alive and well enough to complain about trivial bullshit that affects your life in no way what-so-ever.
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 @CapedBaldy: and 86 followers. Imagine that activity every day all day.
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 @awesomerainbows: The worst part about your story is.....her name is Karen.

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 @Waldon83: hahaha hell no?
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 @Planetx888: those are rookie numbers, son. Try 2000. lol
  • 3 2
 I just clicked through the winners and a few looked like legit accounts. But the some were MEH. It's fun to enter and imagine winning. please set the rules now for next years drawings and make sure the users are several day a week account users.
  • 3 0
 @WasatchEnduro: Thanks ???? I cant wait to hit the trails on it!
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 @trails801: Totally second that! I'm sure there is a very easy way to filter through entries that don't visit the page on a regular basis.
  • 1 0
 LOL, pales in comparison with fake offshore accounts in Switzerland Wink
  • 1 0
 @mitochris: she hasn't ridden a bike or done any exercise at all since 1994...
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 I have a complaint. I made a fake account specifically to win something, and I didn't win anything
Can we please address this?
  • 27 1
 Yes, send an email to and they will take care of your issues.
  • 6 4
 @nyhc00: Do they answer complaints about 'small male appendages' ?

Asking for a friend.
  • 87 0
 I got nothin, literally nothin other than - On the 16th day of January Pinkbike clickbaited me, for a boat load of prizes I'll never see
  • 2 0
 not that ive looked but has anybody even won anything from the uk?
  • 1 0
 @markbe: yeah a few i think
  • 8 1
 @markbe: yeah, borrisjohnson1 won something in December. He won millions of f*cking idiots.
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 @dubod22: spread the word UK now closed.
  • 41 2
 very sad too see all those fake accounts win, should set up some rules for next time.
  • 30 6
 There should definitely be a minimum engagement limit i.e a certain amount of comments or forum posts to be made annually in order to be eligible for the giveaway. That way people who actually contribute to pinkbike get rewarded instead.
  • 34 1
 @AD4M: Great idea but @Waki would win everything.
  • 15 2
 Why fake ? 90% of this winning accounts was created 2010-2017.
  • 8 0
 @majky: yeah I thought it wasn't too bad with only 3 actual fakes and only 2 of them created just before this giveaway.
  • 2 1
 Yes! What could reasonably be implemented?
  • 3 1
 This year I'm just gonna set up a hundred different accounts. As if I wasn't pissed enough to see the vitus go to fake account but it looks like the pole frame did to straight bunk!!!
  • 2 4
 Wow and all 3 tld helmets went to fake accounts too lmao this is absolutely a joke!!!
  • 15 0
 @AD4M: Thinking the posting requirements be a bit harsh. I would think there are many people like myself using Pinkbike and reading articles daily. Comment section here is for the most part pure gold, even tho I rarely if ever feel the need to speak up myself. This pertains not only to forums on Pinkbike but pretty much every site I visit daily. Would seem a bit unfair for the ones who are readers and not necessarily post comments.

That said, putting restrictions on a Hot off the Press account is just plain reasonable.
  • 3 0
 @AD4M: I’ve had an account for a while but I’m just a lurker. Should I not be able to win?
  • 2 1
 @AD4M: There is a bike forum in Brazil that they require something like that in order to post stuff for sale or even to buy items. You have to be active, participate in conversations, etc.
  • 1 1
 Well to build on my original point, it could even be buysell items or trailfork ride logs, just something to actually show that you're using your account as intended by @pinkbike and not just for the sole purpose of the Xmas advent giveaway.
  • 2 0
 @yvidal: Pretty much every forum, motorcycles, vehicles, sleds etc etc all require a certain threshold to be passed before you can buy or sell things. Stops things exactly like this.
  • 1 0
 What... the one "fake account" that actually belongs to someone that maybe doesn't mountain bike... oh well... may as well end it now... bye.
  • 4 0
 @mhoshal: Why do you think they are fake? Because they don't waste time commenting on useless bullshit like us? I used to lurk and read for years on this site before I got more involved. Plus two of those accounts have photos and rides posted... bitter much?
  • 2 1
 @islandforlife: If you google the name of the account that won the Vitus there's a twitter page for this middle-age woman who enters giveaways as seemingly her full-time job. Her account was literally created the 4th of December 2019
  • 2 0
 @matt-15: Yep saw that... lots of those people around and I'm ok with that. It's not like keeping someone like that from entering would change the chances of me winning in any sort of meaningful way. And any rules put in place to keep someone like that out would be unfair to many others and/or go against the reason Pinkbike runs this contest = to get more views and new accounts.
  • 25 4
 Congratulations to all the winners of USA & Commonwealth Annual prize draw hosted by Pinkbike!
  • 3 3
 What a surprise!
  • 5 0
 Probably simply a numbers and probability game... I'm sure there are far more users from those areas. People don't realize how difficult it is to win one of these. Do you publicly comment your hate for your local lottery when you don't win?
  • 15 0
 No one tried to track me down though. Suspicious.
  • 10 0
 At least the @dakotadog has profile pic. Congrats dude enjoy the gravity
  • 7 0
 Thanks ! I can’t wait it’s my 1st 29er
  • 5 0
 We can all complain as much as we like, but the easiest and quickest solution to fake accounts winning prizes is simply not to do the advent calendar next year. We all lose that way.
  • 5 0
 Actually pleasantly surprised that so many real accounts won the bigger prizes this year, although who knows about the Mythique… *shrug*
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 I got Brendogged!
  • 10 8
 Just some numbers to think about. nickname memberSince Followers Photos drumdilly 2014 2 34 Restore 2017 0 8 Matriley 2016 0 0 jblair77 2014 0 18 Biohazard666 2009 11 13 mikemcw70 2012 0 33 racebmx1234 2015 1 11 rpinney206 2013 9 62 cheades 2011 1 17 sjedawe 2009 23 239 TenBurner 2015 4 29 Xtreem 2008 34 84 Danhadnum 2011 15 194 sternomac 2013 0 59 Jeremydegen1 2013 0 6 carabelli 2008 2 15 LittleDominic 2012 16 59 samshallard 2015 2 0 ocdmimi 2019 1 0 grambone 2016 2 9 bortchev 2011 0 0 zyphen 2011 1 62 NcAltitude 2018 0 51 dlbiker 2018 0 19 JohnnyGlow75 2016 0 1 colmmcguigan 2019 0 0 mbrittna1321 2012 0 0 Puckettt 2017 0 0 TheMrJustus 2012 0 0 burpp 2013 1 62 ccal 2015 0 0 ntns 2017 0 0 dakotadog 2010 2 93
  • 2 2
 Those 20XX 0 0 numbers sure seem like they warrant a second look. Yes, one of them is 2011 but zero posts in 9 years. My guess is that last login as of November 30 of last year was December 25, 2018.
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 @Hill-Seeker: I think you underestimate the power of lurkers.
  • 7 1
 So if I haven't played the lottery in 10 years, buy a ticket tomorrow and win... should they take it away from me and give it to someone who has been playing every week for 30 years?
  • 3 2
 @islandforlife: not the same. you have to pay to play the lottery. This is free to play you lose nothing in not being selected, however, as this is a way of pinkbike saying "thanks for being a part of the community" i think those who actually contribute to the site by following other users, posting in forums, comments, etc should actually be eligible. why tf are you even gonna make an account if you arent gonna partake? You can watch all the vids and read all the articles perfectly fine without having an account. That's why I think its BS to give it to an account with no activity.
  • 2 0
 @RGonz: while i get what you're saying I use PB for Buy Sell more then anything and lurk on the rest of the site.. If that's okay with you.
  • 3 2
 im glad someone else noticed this happening this year. i don't mind newer members winning and members that post videos and pictures. but users that have nothing, this isn't fair for people that have been around for years and years.
  • 2 0
 @zyphen: Obviously you are free to do whatever you want in your free time and I dont think there should be any kind of minimum level of activity to have a pb account. I just think less active (read not active) accounts should not be eligible for giveaways.
  • 3 0
 @RGonz: Haha, total bullshit. Pinkbike does this contest to gain more accounts... specifically to use those numbers to gain advertisers and generate ad revenue.

Don't like it, don't play or don't visit the website easy as that.
  • 2 0
 I don't know if these metrics are terribly sound for what you're implying... I've only been a member since 2015 and I have 1 follower and 0 trailforks points. Right now there is one buy/sell ad on my page and nothing else. My account probably looks at least somewhat suspect despite the fact that I'm a pretty active member here.
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 @islandforlife: Pinkbike does this contest to gain more accounts... specifically to use those numbers to gain advertisers and generate ad revenue.

You wrote i think about this kind of event. Numbers gives more money than the content.

In my opinion, such an event can be created either to "reward" active users or attract new ones. But the ultimate goal should always be the acquisition of content, both generated by the newsroom and especially by users. Otherwise we all stop posting photos, videos or commenting and then let's see how the site goes Smile
  • 1 0
 @islandforlife: totally agree it's the sad truth but I'll keep playing regardless lol. I'm perfectly content being able to check in on all the latest and greatest so I'll keep coming back!
  • 1 0
 @fullfacemike: now you have 2 followers Smile
  • 5 1
 Many may not be fake, but some pictures or some kind of profile picture/activity should be mandatory!!!! Half of the winners don´t look like pinkbike regular users...
  • 4 0
 I don't understand how you guys could have spelled my name wrong that many times. No worries though, just send me all the free shit and it'll be like water under the bridge.
  • 2 0
 Well I'm stoked to have won using my fake account. To all the lottery police out there, what is the measure of an active Pinkbike user?
Are you more entitled because you like to whine about things on the internet and post photos? By the sounds of it that seems to be the measure that a lot of you are using.
I believe this might be my first ever comment - can I be considered an active user now?
I shall enjoy my prize knowing I did nothing to earn it, and neither did anyone else Smile
  • 16 13
 Hmmmm every winner in the states. guess the little island of the UK doesn't warrant the postage cost to make overseas winners
  • 11 0
 I clicked on 3 random profiles and 2 were located in the UK...
  • 6 0
 Nah some dude from the UK won the OneUp prize pack.
  • 11 0
 following 31 Jan we wont exist anymore anyway...
  • 10 0
 The pole went to Aukland. So not true. And funny that you write that. The only dodgy looking account (ocdmimi), which was created on the 4th December 2019 has a single follower. You! Are you tracking him for some reason?
  • 3 0
 @mitochris: Yeah, I noticed the same, kmreid66 is the only follower of one fake account that won Smile
  • 4 0
 @fartymarty: What do you mean? You will have the best, greatest, and biggest deals. I mean, you are even already sending your Royals to Canada. Was that part of some trade deal? ! Royal family for x litres of Maplesyrup?
  • 5 0
 @mitochris: 1000 barrels of maple syrup, 1 tonne of backbacon , and Trudeau's favorite beaver!
  • 2 0
 Why would you lie about something so easily provable that you're lying?
  • 1 0

But yeah, would be cool to filter entries in some way to favor activity a little. Makes me wonder if some prizes go unclaimed...? Either accounts that don't get used much, or if they are really fake accounts they might not get checked very often..? Smile somebodies got a free bike they don't know about just waiting in their invox... SWEET!
  • 2 0
 Perhaps use Trailforks points to determine if you are eligible to enter for certain prizes, or even enter at all? It's a free contest so I'm not complaining. Thank you PB for all your efforts.
  • 5 1
 Congrats to Pinkbike for all the free shit they get to keep.
  • 1 0
 Here is a question for the Pinkbike crew , you said that all winners were contacted via email just wondering did everyone respond, and can the manufacturer's who sponsored the prizes get in touch with all winners
  • 5 1
  • 3 0
 Oh man, do you guys look silly. You misspelled my name 25 times. Better luck next year and Happy New Year @Pinkbike
  • 2 0
 15 years on Pinkbike ...... and since this Advent calendar is present I am applying ...... but .... zero ... null ....
Congratulations pINKbIKE Smile
  • 2 0
 I always thought PB should filter daily active users only, from the middle out. Active for more than half the year.
  • 5 2
 Almost all winners are not active.
  • 1 0
 How do you know... what is active?
  • 1 0
 @islandforlife: Some of them,Look at their profile since 2018 they have only once they visit PB.
  • 2 0
 I wonder if the winners are world wide as previous PB giveaways seem to be exclusive to USA subscribers.
  • 3 0
 High Five to the winners. A lot of butt hurt one here about not winning.
  • 1 0
 its nice to see someone who win bike wrote : I won a bike but I dont need it sell prize is 1500!!! like really???? Why did he clicked on calendar giveaway??? whyyyyy
  • 2 0
 Congratulations to all the winners!
  • 2 0
 Congrats guys, have fun with your stuff Smile
  • 1 0
 Yes, @sjedawe! Real dude for sure. Actually, he’s a real live giant. Congrats buddy.
  • 1 0
 So I will say something familiar to every Ferrari F1 fan Next year we will win it
  • 1 0
 Just bought thoughtfully chosen 90% of components for building new bike, so I would be confused if won some parts or bike)
  • 2 0
 But.... none of these are my name!
  • 3 1
 Another year, another batch of fake accounts winning...
  • 2 0
 I wonder when will the SRAM brake contests stop.
  • 1 0
 I never win anything on PB! I would have even settled for that broken Pole bike......
  • 2 0
 I didn't win, contest is a hoax.
  • 2 0
 Poor SDG bear has to gargle balls for his whole life. Sad.
  • 1 0
 The polygon is for sale btw, hit me up
  • 1 0
 and like most, I entered every day, and won nothing. god damnit pinkbike! my hopes and dreams.....
  • 1 0
 Shocks... Pegs... Lucky!!
  • 1 0
 Congrats lucky b.... nah go ride
  • 1 0
 In the words of the great Chris Rock: "Aaah sh*t!!"
  • 2 1
 Is it me or does it look like most of the winners are from North America?
  • 1 0
 What are you complain about? The UK had 5 winners.
North America 18 (plus however many of the 7 unspecified accounts).
  • 2 0
 I'll be back next year
  • 1 0
 I wonder how many of those accounts are Russian Robots? ha
  • 2 0
 we've been discovered. Arrest this user at once
  • 1 1
 Winners must have actuall details/photos per account winners, like suggested above...
  • 1 0
 hope that pole stays together for you!
  • 1 0
 Does that Pole come with a spare rear end?
  • 1 0
 No luck this year, I'll better start a countdown to next.
  • 1 1
 Watchtower still on a 2 year old bike in 2020, bastards.
  • 3 0
 2 years old? M*therf$cker my HTA is 70° and reach on my large frame is 440mm. Stop whining.
  • 1 0
  • 1 2
 Never win this event ..... I guess Indonesia is not on Pinkbike's radar for the prizes
  • 1 0
 congrats !
  • 1 2
 Apparently you have to live in North America or the UK to stand a chance.
  • 1 0
 I won in the past event and i'm from Italy
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