Win an SDG JR PRO KIT - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway

Dec 18, 2018
by Pinkbike Staff  

CONTEST NOW CLOSED. The winner of the SDG JR PRO KITS are Pinkbike users itswensdaymydudes nwmlarge Mapstone.

Congratulations itswensdaymydudes nwmlarge Mapstone

Prize Details:

SDG Components didn’t pull any shortcuts here -- engineering the industry’s first all-in-one premium youth components upgrade kit. Skillfully designed and manufactured for the little shredder in the family. The full contact point kit is ergonomically optimized to enhance the riding performance and overall experience, while ensuring control and safety.

Shred in Good Company!

• The New SDG JR PRO Kit Includes:
• Slater 90 Pedals: 90mm x 90mm nylon composite body with Cro-Mo axle and fully sealed DU bushings, featuring 6 bottom loading replaceable steel pins per side for enhanced traction.
• Slater Jr Bar: The 650mm width is triple butted with 6061 sand blasted aluminium and features special bar ends that taper to 19mm OD, along with a 31.8 mount, 20mm rise, 8/5 ° sweeps.
• Slater Jr Grips: Dual density, 1pc integrated lock-on grips at 115mm length. The 19mm ID exclusively fits the Slater bars and allows for superior control and comfort for small hands at 25mm OD.
• Fly Jr Saddle: The first performance Mtn saddle of its class – short and narrow (235 mm x 122mm) and offers a slight rear rise design and nose platform, with ample padding and protective cordura sides.
• 22.2 Shim Kit: 4x, 15mm cockpit control shims for 19mm Slater bar ends.
• Colors: Black, Neon Green, Neon Pink and Cyan Blue

MSRP: $149.99 (3 kits available, winners get to choose the color!)

To be eligible, you must be logged into your Pinkbike account. If you don't have one, you can sign up here.

There will be new prizes revealed every day in the lead up to Dec 25th so check the Advent Calendar daily on the front page of Pinkbike and make sure you enter for a chance to win.

Winners will be notified via the email associated with their Pinkbike account within 48 hours of their name being drawn.
Happy Holidays!

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  • 25 8
 the nineteenth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Nineteen prodigious Pro kits,
Eighteen stupendous stems,
Seventeen titanic Thules,
Sixteen awesome Aircrafts,
Fifteen glorious Guides,
Fourteen thoughtful Topeaks,
Thirteen jazzed-up Joysticks,
Twelve vibrant Vectals,
Eleven exceptional Enves,
Ten cavernous CamelBaks,
Nine overwhelming Öhlins,
Eight One up ornaments,
Seven perfect Parachutes,
Six amazing AG2s,
Five spectacular Stans,
Four playful Polygons,
Three breathtaking Braces,
Two dashing DBXes,
And SRAM Code stoppers in type arr ess cee
  • 13 1
 Is this the time when we all ask PB editors to make a video of them singing this song?
  • 9 0
 My oldest (just hit 4) just graduated from his balance bike to a pedal bike. I should have did it sooner, he was pedaling by himself within 5 minutes of getting his new Trek Precaliber. Don't think I've grinned that big in a very long time. Teaching your little ones to ride a bike is one of my favorite experiences as a parent so far.
  • 1 0
 Hope you get this kit. Looks liks a great starting kit for a kid or as an upgrade later-on.
  • 2 0
 @meandros: the kit is awesome but I am mainly just telling people that if they haven't already, put your kids on a bike! Or your nieces, nephews, grand kids, whatever..
  • 1 0
 @gooutsidetoday: especially when they have all the equipment and trail systems available. I mean, biking thru a crowded street city is not for the faint of heart. other than that, put'em kids on bikes and make sure you ride with them to show them what it's really like and make them assess risk and take no chances on nobody and nothing: biking is always most fun when control>risk, I mean, we ain't getting paid by no-one for doing and luvin this stuff Wink
  • 7 1
 There is little in this years Giveaway that I was interested in (except for the Stans wheelset) simply because I'm already happy with what I have and because I'm on old standards stuff. But I do see my kids struggle on the mtb I got for them, so it is amazing to see Spank step up and develop something that suits their ergonomics. I'd love to win this one but more even, I'm glad knowing that soon there will another kid somewhere even more stoked on riding bikes Smile . Thanks Spank!
  • 1 0
 First ride with my father, I fell on small gravel around a turn, and got major road rash. I always think about how rosy the past was, but in reality I think I just make it rosy. That's like the least rosy thing that's ever happened to me.
  • 2 0
 @Kramz: First time I took my oldest daughter out on a mtb ride. I had got a sweet 20" mtb from Ghost with suspension fork, V-brakes and all that. I had tuned everything as well as I could but you can only set the brake levers so close to the bars and still have some stroke left to actually apply them. I was coaching her on a level section of trail but at the end of it she had to stop because there was a descend with some roots and holes. Unfortunately her reflex was to backpedal (because that is how the brake on her regular bike works) and she couldn't reach the lever in a hurry as she already had to hold on whilst rolling down the hill. She made it quite far but washed out in a turn and fractured her thumb. My girlfriend wasn't amused though my daughter still was excited and grabbed my mountainbike magazines as soon as we got home. Unfortunately I broke my collarbone before she her thumb was healed so it was another good while before we rode mountainbikes together again.

Actually my first few rides on a mountainbike were also all crashes. Because I was told "if you want to get good, you need to get used to being clipped in" so that's what I did but still wanted to ride all the steep stuff. I quit riding clipped in about fifteen years ago and all is good. But I digress. My point was that riding mountainbikes is so much fun, it kind of covers up the minor (or bigger) mishaps. Though obviously getting rid of some of these mishaps makes it even better. I think these bar and grips are really welcome. They finally allow you to set the brake levers so that kids can actually operate them and still hold on to the bar properly. If I don't win them, I'm going to buy them.
  • 1 0
 Err, all those upvotes and no one points me at my embarrassing mistake. This is SDG, not Spank. Sorry SDG. If I don't win, I understand...
  • 10 0
 what is this, a give away for ants?
  • 8 1
 I will enter this, If I win, being that I don't have any little ones, I'll donate the kit to a Kid's riding group.
  • 3 0
 Definitely keeping those bars for my commuter. My current 760mm bars make me too big of a target for cars and pedestrians
  • 2 0
 Is it possible to buy this sdg pedals alone? I haven't noticed them anywhere
  • 3 0
 We just received the individual components into our USA warehouse yesterday, so most retailers will start to see them shortly. Our Swiss distributor TST won't be receiving until well into the new year so your best bet is to check the European retailers as they'll be sure to get them in asap.
  • 1 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: tnx for the info
  • 2 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: Thanks for putting these components out SDG! Giving a custom-build 24" Gromhit to my son this Christmas and it was a struggle to find some parts. Stealing the SDG saddle from his current 20" Norco but will get one of these kits when available in 2019.
  • 2 0
 @Poziman: Right on! Bet your son will be pumped this Christmas!
  • 1 0
 Awesome! Would love this for my little one. Trying to inspire him to follow in my tyre tracks, but he loves football. This could make a big difference!
  • 3 0
 I'll skip this
  • 7 0
 me too, let cjwell have it Razz
  • 1 0
 @meandros: lol yea agree
  • 1 0
 This would be great for my youngest kid's fat bike. 3 kits, so my chances are slightly higher on this one.
  • 2 0
 I want this for my kid!
  • 3 0
 Hope you get it, man! cjwell's had his fill Wink
  • 1 0
 @meandros: Thanks! Best vibes for you too!
  • 1 0
 These would look awesome on my lads Saracen that Santa’s bringing him.
  • 1 0
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