All the Winners of the 2020 Pinkbike Advent Calendar

Jan 28, 2021 at 14:39
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 2020 Pinkbike Advent Calendar contest. Without further ado, here are the 33 lucky winners:

The winner of the SRAM Code RSC Brakeset is Pinkbike user Ivan1234567.
Congratulations Ivan1234567

Prize Details:
Day in, day out, this is the Eagle ecosystem at its best. GX Eagle combines the full-featured capability of Eagle technologies, in a group that realizes the potential within every build. This is where you’ll find the best aluminum MTB crankset we make. GX Eagle has its own version of our new, 520-percent range, 10-52t cassette, for more top end speed or a more comfortable climb—should you choose to run it. If not, GX Eagle is backwards compatible, making replacement parts at the ready. Like other Eagle groups, it gets its own group master colorway as part of our new Eagle Colorsystem, allowing for full group or fully curated builds. It’s the simplest, most trouble-free drivetrain system ever made, offering the freedom to mix and match with any component within the expanded Eagle ecosystem.

The prize pack includes:
• SRAM GX Eagle Boxset
• MSRP: $545 USD

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The winner of the 7mesh Copilot Jacket is Pinkbike user Superburner.
Congratulations Superburner

Prize Details:
Copilot is the ultimate backup shell - a durable, waterproof, windproof GORE-TEX Paclite® Plus jacket that packs down into its own pocket for bikepacking and trail riding in changeable conditions.
Thanks to the best-in-class breathability of GORE-TEX Paclite® Plus with 100% recycled nylon face fabric, the Copilot excels at balancing your temperature, whether you’re working hard on the climb or pausing for a picture at the top.

For the ultimate in wet weather versatility, Copilot features an over the helmet hood, cinched via 3-way draw cords. A dropped hem, elasticated cuffs and reflective logos complete the jacket.

The prize pack includes:
• 1x 7mesh Copilot Jacket of winner's choice in colour and size
• MSRP: $250 USD

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The winner of the RockShox Reverb AXS is Pinkbike user MrZ32.
Congratulations MrZ32

Prize Details:
No hoses. No routing. No energy wasted. Not a single thing in the way of the experience. RockShox created a reliable wireless-electronic dropper post and controller that actuates with drastically less effort and zero distraction. Expanding what's possible on a bike, Reverb AXS is enabled by SRAM AXS technology, a new level of interaction, personalization, and connectivity across all AXS enabled components.

The prize pack includes:
• RockShox Reverb AXS
• MSRP: $800 USD

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The winner of the Crankbrothers Prize Packs are Pinkbike users VersSession, xshorexhardtailx, CMRider
Congratulations VersSession, xshorexhardtailx, CMRider

Prize Details:
Crankbrothers is offering three prize packages of its latest goodies to stuff the stocking of you or your favorite mountain biker.

Stamp 7 Pedals
Crank up the voltage on your bike by mounting a set of Stamp 7 pedals, now in electric blue. The latest colorway of Crankbrothers premium flat pedal comes in sizes small and large to fit any rider. With a concave platform, minimal profile and 10 adjustable pins per side, it provides optimal shoe/pedal interface.

M20 Tool
Crankbrothers has updated its iconic multi-tools with modern solutions for tubeless tire repair. The new M20 includes an integrated tire plug tool and comes with a case to store tire plugs to fix a puncture. With all of the essential tools you need, the M20 ensures you won’t be stuck trailside. 

Cigar Tool Plug Kit + CO2 Head
Punctures happen. That’s why Crankbrothers designed the Cigar Tool, a compact tubeless tire repair kit for trailside emergencies. The aluminum case has a plug fork, holds a CO2 head and tire plugs and has a threaded top cap to store CO2.

Rock & Roll Tee
Rock your look on or off the bike in this long sleeve black tee-shirt.

Three prize packs including:
• Set of Stamp 7 Electric Blue pedals, choice of small or large (SRP $159.99)
• M20 Tool (SRP $39.99)
• Cigar Tool Plug Kit + CO2 Head ($29.99)
• Rock & Roll Long Sleeve Tee (SRP $29.99)

Total SRP $259.96

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The winner of the ROTOR Shopping Spree is Pinkbike user Robbiek96.
Congratulations Robbiek96

Prize Details:
Refresh your drivetrain with a $750 ROTOR shopping spree. Combinations are endless: New RAPTOR cranks with bottom bracket and chainring plus a 12-speed cassette and chain to roll brand new into 2021. Or you could outfit the whole fleet and get a KAPIC crankset for the race bike and a set of HAWKs for the dirtjump build. You could even get a full power meter setup with INpower if you’re into crunching numbers. Last but not least, we’ll throw in a swag bag on top of your order, including a limited edition sticker pack featuring Boris the Anarchist, our office dog/Head of HR. Whichever way you go, your bikes will be set – no matter what 2021 throws at us.
Not only are we your bottom bracket heroes, our 1x chainrings are available in round or oval from 26t up to 54t if you're in the market for a new dinner plate. The KAPIC and HAWK cranks are Remy Metailler & Brett Tippie’s cranksets of choice for sending it in the wilds of British Columbia, and KAPIC Carbon is the ultimate XC option if that’s your jam. Plus, if you decide you need a power meter for your downhill bike, you can add an INspider to any of our cranksets later down the line. Cassettes are 12/13 speed, available in 11-46 or 11-52 if you need to climb up walls.

The prize pack includes:
• ROTOR Shopping Spree
• MSRP: $750 USD

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The winner of the Lezyne Prize Pack is Pinkbike user nrkerr.
Congratulations nrkerr

Prize Details:
Mega Drive 1800i
- Delivers up to 1800 lumens of output for serious night riding with seven output modes, an Auto Day/Night sensor, our Smart Connect System and Remote Switch compatibility. It’s optimized by our Tri-Focus Optics, which creates an ideal beam pattern for high speed. Constructed from machined aluminum with built in cooling fins that improve its overall performance.
CO2 Blaster
- Innovative 2-in-1 cycling CO2 dispenser and tubeless tire repair kit simultaneously inflates and seals tubeless tires. Machined aluminum construction is both lightweight and highly durable. Hardened steel reamer scours hole, inserts plug and inflates tires for efficient and rapid repair.
Universal Strap
- Use this strap to quickly and easily create a minimalist, yet extremely versatile on-bike storage solution capable of carrying tubes, inflators, multi tools and much more. Featuring a robust, hardwearing construction, its textured, non-slip finish promises a firm and secure grip on any contents.
- Masterfully engineered tubeless bicycle tire valves constructed from lightweight, durable CNC machined aluminum. Their stylish design will enhance the aesthetics of any bicycle. The grooved valve cap improves grip, and features an integrated valve core tool and a T25 tip that tightens the valve to a tubeless rim. The valves are equipped with an o-ring and grooved aluminum locknut for a leak-free seal.
Tubeless Power Lever
- Extra strong, fiber reinforced Composite Matrix tire levers engineered for use with tubeless bicycle tires. They feature an aggressive tire bead hook and plenty of leverage to mount or remove difficult tubeless tires.

The prize pack includes:
• Mega Drive 1800i 
• CO2 Blaster 
• Universal Strap 
• CNC TLR Valve (Red)
• Tubeless Power Lever
• MSRP: $246.95 USD

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The winner of the Dainese Prize Pack is Pinkbike user rsbsc.
Congratulations rsbsc

Prize Details:
Dainese has completely eliminated the concept of segmentation by discipline. MTB protectors and apparel are created not just for enduro, trail or all-mountain biking, but to guarantee maximum freedom of movement even during longer rides, in total safety. This approach is based on greater lightness, breathability and comfort when pedaling. Garments and protectors are designed for long rides, ensuring maximum freedom of movement on the saddle, from the steepest slopes to the most technical, uneven descents. Inspired by natural auxetics, the Auxagon technology gives rise to protectors made to pedal, which offer both freedom when pedaling and safety downhill. Dainese expanded the Trail Skins family and brought the Auxagon technology to a whole range of mountain bike protectors. The Trail Skins range is divided into Pro, Air and Lite. The Trail Skins Air line focuses on lightness and breathability, optimizing the structure of protectors to maximize ventilation and contain overall weight. It features a protective shirt with integrated back-protector, protective shorts, knee and elbow guards.

The prize pack includes:
• Trail Skins Air Vest
• Trail Skins Air Knee Guards
• Trail Skins Shorts

• MSRP: $294.85 USD

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The winner of the Bell Full-9 Helmet is Pinkbike user giebs8.
Congratulations giebs8

Prize Details:
Designed with key crossover technologies from our award-winning moto helmets, the Full-9 sets the standard for Downhill and BMX riding.

No other helmet manufacturer has deeper roots in motocross. Much of what Bell engineers learned from creating the award-winning Moto-9 helmet went into the Full-9 full-face mountain bike helmet. Take that unrivaled experience, combine it with feedback from downhill and BMX pros, and you have the winning formula. The Full-9 meets the most stringent ASTM Downhill Mountain Bike Racing standard as well as CPSC and CE bicycle safety benchmarks. Additional motocross trickle-down technologies include the Eject Helmet Removal System and magnetic cheekpads. Beyond that, the Full-9 includes features like Soundtrax built-in speaker pockets and audio cable routing, and an integrated breakaway camera mount. Add in a lightweight carbon shell, a wide field of view, Overbrow Ventilation intakes and Velocity Flow Ventilation and you have the world's most advanced helmet for DH or BMX. Complies with the US CPSC Safety Standard for bicycle helmet for persons age 5 and older.

The prize pack includes:
• Bell Full-9
• MSRP: $445 USD

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The winners of the OneUp Components EDC Lite Tools are Pinkbike users grizzlyman, slanham, michelgiroux , trialsmaster2, daviamer, Staktup , Bentwoodbandit, dbecvar, cyclebiker0-0 , MXw30

Prize Details:
EDC Lite is the perfect stocking stuffer for every rider. It’s a 9-function steerer tube tool which contains all your most used tools and is instantly accessible anytime you need it. It’s quick and easy to install in less than 5 mins, without removing your star nut or threading your steerer tube.

Includes: ⬢ 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8mm ⁕ T25 Torx ▬ Flat Head Screwdriver

Available in 7 colours: Black, Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Turq

Ten prizes including:
• OneUp Components EDC Lite (in winners choice of colour Black, Red,Green, Blue,Orange, Purple, Turq)
• MSRP: $40 USD

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The winner of the Alpina Helmet and Glasses Pack is Pinkbike user Nybis.

Congratulations Nybis

Prize Details:
Be the first to wear the unique Rootage EVO from ALPINA! The German brand ALPINA has more than 40 years of experience in the field of helmets, goggles and sports glasses. The new jet helmet will not be on the market until spring 2021, but you can already win it now! Not half, not completely and yet: perfect. The jet helmet Rootage EVO offers more protection than a normal enduro helmet, but is lighter and more variable than a full-face helmet. The three-quarter helmet is the golden mean.

Whether on the trail, freeriding or with the E-Fully in the bike park. The Rootage EVO is a good choice. The helmet construction pulled over the ears offers significantly more safety, especially on side impacts. In addition, the EPP, a multi-density material used on the ears, which does not lose its protective effect after smaller impacts, is also used in the rear area of the helmet. This also makes it possible to wear a neck brace. The fixed shield directs the air into the helmet‘s large ventilation ducts and thus cools the head. The Rootage EVO is the first bike jet helmet with size adjustment system. Protection, comfort and flow are guaranteed with the Rootage EVO.

Bigger, lighter, better, RAM. The new enduro glasses from ALPINA are a visual highlight and fit perfectly to the Rootage EVO. The unique design, the modern style and the lightness in both design and weight make the ALPINA RAM more than just a pair of performance glasses. The RAM is available in a half frame and full frame version as well with the photochromatic Varioflex technology.

The prize pack includes:
• Rootage EVO helmet
• RAM Sports glasses
• MSRP: €259.90 // Approx $300 USD

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The winner of the ODI Prize Pack is Pinkbike user goertz-c.
Congratulations goertz-c

Prize Details:
ODI Flight Control Series Handlebars
A custom one-off camo flight control handlebar, a never before released color. Constructed from 7075 T6 aluminum, it is lightweight with reinforcement where it counts. Rise = 25mm, sweep = 5x9 degrees, length is adjustable from 750mm – 786mm using ODI Wingtip extensions.

ODI Flight Control Stem
A custom one-off camo flight control stem, a never before released stem color. Our stem has an exclusive bar positioning clamping system allows you to hold your bars in place by tightening the top two bolts before tightening the bottom two bolts. This creates a truer clamping surface and helps prevent stress risers. Visual alignment marks on the stems allow you to match up to Flight Control Series Handlebars for easy installation every time. Constructed of 60601 machined aluminum. 50mm length.

ODI Flight Control Wingtips
ODI's Wingtip Bar Extension thread into handlebars to allow you to easily customize the overall width of your ODI Flight Control Bars up to 1.5 inches
ODI Elite Pro Grips
A custom set of army green Elite Pro grips with custom bronze clamps. ODI Elite Pro grips offer an ergonomic design that conforms to the rider’s hand without feeling bulky, by providing padding where it is needed most.
ODI Snap Back Hat
Black ODI Icon logo snapback hat.

The prize pack includes:
• Custom Camo Finish ODI Flight Control Handlebar
• ODI Flight Control Wingtips
• Custom Camo Finish ODI 50mm Stem
• Custom Army Green ODI Elite Pro Grips
• ODI Snapback Hat
• MSRP: $236.75 USD

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The winner of the Feedback Sports Pro-Elite Bike Repair Stand is Pinkbike user Tristan140000.
Congratulations Tristan140000

Prize Details:
The Pro-Elite Bike Repair Stand is found anywhere bikes are wrenched - mobile shops, race pits, and home workshops around the world. This award-winner is the premier choice for its stability, portability and serviceability.

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

The prize includes:
• Feedback Sports Pro-Elite Bike Repair Stand
• MSRP: $270 USD

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The winner of the POC Helmet and Sunglass Prize Pack is Pinkbike user filryan.
Congratulations filryan

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 pack includes:
• Tectal Race SPIN 
• Crave Clarity
*color subject to availability*
• MSRP: $485 USD

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The winner of the 2021 Vitus Sommet 27 CR is Pinkbike user SamRouss.
Congratulations SamRouss

Prize Details:
Our all new Sommet is a 170mm big hitting enduro bike, it features a redesigned carbon front triangle paired with an aluminium rear end. With revamped geometry and improved suspension kinematics our Sommet is ready to tackle the roughest trails there are, from big mountain alpine descents to steep technical enduro trails. We straightened the leverage curve and increased the progressivity to improve the small bump sensitivity, mid stroke support to keep you in control when the trails get rough. Along with improved geometry the new Sommet also has more seat post insertion which allows for a longer dropper post to be fitted. Basically our all new Sommet is better in every way. 
Our Sommet 27 CR is ready for you to hit your trail of choice. The 27 CR comes with 170mm of frame travel, matched with buttery smooth 170mm Rockshox Yari RC forks paired with a Rockshox Super Delux R rear shock to keep you planted when the trails get rough. Shimano's reliable 1x12 wide range Deore drivetrain provides reliable shifting for race day while the Shimano MT520 brakes provide ample stopping power on those long, steep descents.
Rolling on the reliable WTB KOM Trail I30 rims and a Maxxis Assegai / Minion DHR II tubeless ready tyre combo to provide confidence inspiring grip. Finished with Nukeproof components and a Brand-X Ascend dropper post you’ll have the confidence take your enduro riding to the next level.

The prize includes:
• 2021 Vitus Sommet 27 CR
• MSRP: $2999 USD

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The winner of the Michelin Prize Pack is Pinkbike user Gravitygus.
Congratulations Gravitygus

Prize Details:
Today's advent prize will provide you performance and grip on hard packed terrain.

The Michelin DH22 Tires are excellent on soft and mixed terrain and give you a good level of performance on hard terrain. Their DH 22 tread pattern, Magi-X DH compound and Down Hill Shield casing ensure good stud penetration on soft terrain combined with stability on hard terrain.

Their double-reinforced Down Hill Shield casing and puncture-resistant reinforcement give you maximum control at low pressure.

MAGI-X DH is our rubber compound specifically designed for Downhill with maximum grip in wet and dry conditions whatever the temperatures. Technology that ensures the most grip in the Michelin range.

The prize pack includes:
• Set of MICHELIN DH22 tires
• MICHELIN T-shirt and tote bag
• MSRP: $190 USD

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The winners of the KS LEV Integra dropper posts are Pinkbike users radman13, ethanlenz01

Congratulations radman13, ethanlenz01

Prize Details:
LEV Integra is the class leader in internally routed dropper posts. Reliable, light and strong, LEV Integra is a thoroughbred among workhorses.

• Updated cylindrical upper clamp nuts do not spin
• More vertical head clamp bolt angle
• Updated cartridge is more durable with smoother rebound
• Lighter weight, rotating bottom actuator
• Reduced actuation force
• Longer travel options
• Remote sold separately

• 7000-series alloy stanchion
• Alloy mast
• Adjustable air sprung hydraulic cartridge
• Lightweight press-fit bushing and dust wiper
• Designed for internal frame routing
• Short insertion length to travel ratio
• Compatible with all KS Southpaw, KG and Westy remotes

The prize includes:
• KS Suspension LEV-Integra dropper post
• MSRP: $399 USD USD

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The winners of the Peaty's prize packs are Pinkbike users vikingskull1000, luismf

Congratulations vikingskull1000, luismf

Prize Details:
Everything from Peaty's to get you lubed, cleaned, and blinged.


New construction Shredshocks, now using 75% cotton (instead of Nylon) as the base material with 23% polyester and 2% elastane for added durability.

With their twist magnetic/mechanical locking system, this really is a revolution to the age-old water bottle/bottle cage combo.

Removing the need for a bottle cage, the twist mechanism uses a super-strong neodymium magnet base plate, combined with a genius locking mechanism hidden within the bottle to create a bottle that looks better and holds to the bike more securely than anything else in the market.

Whether you’ve lost a valve cap or just want to bling your existing pair of peaty’s valves, this kit gives you everything you need. Package contents:1x spoke key cap (for 3.4mm spoke nipple),1x valve core remover cap, 2x lock rings. Compatible with all Peaty’s Tubeless Valves.

Working with marsh guard to launch a totally new product made from 100% recycled plastic, these mudguards are brand new and feature an updated 2020 shape. While keeping its one size fits all shape, this new guard takes into account the latest fork designs of the major suspension brands, as well as the rise in popularity of the 29” wheel.

1x 1L Peaty's Loam Foam, 1x 1L Peaty's Loam Foam Concentrate, 1x 1L Peaty's Foaming Drivetrain Degreaser, 1x 1L Peaty's Tubeless Sealant, 1x 120ml Peaty's Tubeless Sealant, 1x 120ml Peaty's All-Weather Link Lube

Blocked a valve core? Crushed a rubber or snapped an o-ring? No problem, This service kit* has everything you need to spruce up your valves when swapping to your next set of wheels or a new bike. Package contents: 2x black valve cores, 2x rubber o-rings, 2x rubber crush cones. Compatible with all Peaty’s Tubeless Valves

Our readily biodegradable LinkLube Dry Weather chain lube uses a unique blend of waxes suspended in a water-based emulsion to give you a long-lasting, clean-running, quiet chain!

With design, sustainability & quality running right to the core, there’s only one company we could work with on our valve colours - Chris King! With our valves for life guarantee and their stunning colourways, your bike is in for a real treat for years to come. Made from premium lightweight, high strength 7075 aluminium, Peaty’s MK2 Tubeless Valves fit most tubeless setups from MTB to road and cyclocross, including carbon, enduro and DH rims.

The prize includes:
• One of each: 1L Peaty's Loam Foam, 1L Peaty's Loam Foam Concentrate, 1L Peaty's Foaming Drivetrain Degreaser, 1L Peaty's Tubeless Sealant, 120ml Peaty's Tubeless Sealant, 120ml Peaty's All-Weather Link Lube, 120ml Peaty's Link Lube Dry, Peaty's Shredsocks - Crown, Peaty's Shredsocks - Crown + Stripes, Peaty's Fidlock Bottle + Adapter, Peaty's x Marsh Guard, Peaty's x Chris King (MK2) Tubeless Valves, Peaty's x Chris King (MK2) Tubeless Valves Accessory Kit, Peaty's x Chris King (MK2) Tubeless Valve Service Kit
• MSRP: $313 USD USD

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The winner of the Haro Steel Reserve 1.2 Bikes are Pinkbike users inprins, elyari, Harrythebearj
Congratulations inprins, elyari, Harrythebearj

Prize Details:
The tried-and-true Steel Reserve models were born and bred for dirt jumps and skate parks. Whether you're riding legendary spots like Sheep Hills, Woodward, the infamous Crankworx events or your local concrete park, the 4130 chromoly Steel Reserve is ready to go. Don’t be surprised, these models are packed with Haro BMX DNA, so going big is already in their bloodlines.

The Steel Reserve 1.2 comes ready for the trails with a Manitou Circus suspension fork featuring 100mm of travel. The sturdy full chromoly frame features an integrated headset, optional gyro tabs, and a Euro-type bottom bracket. Strong 26" K-MAX Pro double wall rims are paired with alloy hubs with chromoly axles, stainless spokes and Kenda K-Rad 2.3" wide tires. The Steel Reserve 1.2 comes with a 3-piece chromoly crankset with a reduced gear size ideally suited to freestyle MTB riding. It comes standard with a Tektro Auriga Hydraulic rear disc brake for safe braking action in all conditions.

The three prizes include:
• Haro Steel Reserve 1.2 Bike
• MSRP: $899.99 USD

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The winner of the Smith Mainline Helmet is Pinkbike user dinglerides.
Congratulations dinglerides

Prize Details:
Give credit where credit's due. Thank your mom, your legs, and your gear for giving you the opportunity to land that rocky gap. Made for going big, going fast, or both, the Smith Mainline is our pinnacle, downhill certified enduro bike helmet. Safety innovations like Koroyd™ and MIPS® provide energy-absorbing impact protection so you have the confidence to get aggressive on the trail. It doesn't matter if you're slaying the EWS in Whistler or suffering through the last stage of your local enduro race, you need a breathable, lightweight helmet that pairs well with goggles and fits like a glove. The Mainline integrates with your bike goggles for efficient venting and fog-free vision. Multiple pad sets including liners and neck-rolls let you customize the fit.
- Aerocore™ construction featuring complete Koroyd® coverage for lightweight, energy-absorbing and ventilated impact protection
- MIPS® Brain Protection System reduces rotational forces caused by angled impacts to the head
- CPSC CE EN 178 and ASTM F1952 downhill certified

Fit / Integration
- Designed for ultimate integration with Smith performance goggles for maximum comfort, venting and storage convenience
- AirEvac™ ventilation system integrates with Smith goggles for fog-free lenses
- Three washable cheek pad kits, two crown liners and two neck rolls let you fine tune the fit
- D-ring chin strap fastener for a snug fit

- 21 fixed vents for consistent airflow
- Adjustable visor
- Hybrid X-STATIC® / XT2® anti-bacterial performance lining for odor resistance
- Weight (Size M, MIPS®): 27 oz / 77 g

The prize includes:
• Smith Mainline Helmet
• MSRP: $300 USD

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The winners of the Etnies Camber Crank shoes are Pinkbike users Jpcastle, Rubber-Buccaneer, replot77140 , joemorris83, Jirkamatej, Darvil84 , k-myk, JodyLeeJr, matmiller , Croman4872

Prize Details:
Today you can win 1 of 10 pairs of the new Camber Crank, tested and approved by the best mountain bikers in the world. The etnies crank collection embodies everything on two wheels. The Camber Crank is designed around a grippy 3X more durable Michelin tread and features a toe and heel lugged tread pattern. If you want more grip on your pedals and a stiff durable sole, the Camber Crank is the answer for you to own the hill.

10 prizes including:
• etnies Camber Crank Shoes
• MSRP: $99.99 USD

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The winner of the Küat Racks Transfer v2 is Pinkbike user mikey3.
Congratulations mikey3

Prize Details:
Introducing the Transfer v2. Küat took what people loved about the original Transfer and expanded on it.  
The Transfer v2 is more solid than ever. From the steel construction of the original to a new Flatlock hitch cam for enhanced stability in tow. Plus, a semi-integrated cable lock for an upgrade in security and new modular configurations to add more riders to the group.

The prize pack includes:
• Küat Racks Transfer v2, 2-Bike
• Küat Racks Transfer v2 One Bike Add-on
• MSRP: $518 USD

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The winners of the Hutchinson Griffus Racing Lab Tires are Pinkbike users EthanVanHoffen, lansky42

Congratulations EthanVanHoffen, lansky42

Prize Details:
When you need to make sure you hit every line, the Griffus is the pick. Designed for wide rims, the Griffus features a tread compound optimized for front-wheel traction, with lines of aggressive tread blocks for confident cornering and braking grip. The RR Gravity compound features three different rubber densities for the perfect blend of support and suppleness whether you’re sticking a landing or railing a blown-out berm. While the Griffus is designed around front tire handling needs, it’s ideal as a rear tire for the most extreme tracks where braking control is paramount. Designed and handmade in France.

2 prizes includes:
• 1x set of Griffus 2.4 tires
• 1x set of Griffus 2.5 tires
Winner Choice - Black or Tan Walls
• MSRP: $340 USD

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The winner of the Öhlins Rear Shock is Pinkbike user krissboo.
Congratulations krissboo

Prize Details:
The Öhlins rear shock line up, from the coil-sprung TTX22m to our latest air-sprung addition; the TTX1Air, are all based on our twin-tube damper technology (TTX). One of the key elements of damping, is to ultimately keep control over fluid pressures and its dynamics, this is where TTX technology performs best, with multiple valves and adjusters maintaining controlled oil flow. The Öhlins' detailed design has been developed and refined over decades, for fast pressure build-up and a smoother response keeping pressure balanced over the piston. It's well-engineered design makes the damper more sensitive and minimizes adjustment needs to deliver superior rear wheel traction and control - smoothing out the trail and supporting your momentum.
Öhlins have been refining and winning races with TTX-technology since 1993 when Nigel Mansell won an Indy car race using it. It can now found in our suspension for MX, MotoGP, Snowmobiles and Rally cars to mention a few. 

High performing TTX-damping is included in all our rear shocks, it's your choice between a lighter air spring or a calm and controlled coil-sprung model. To find if TTX1Air, TTX2Air or TTX22m (incl spring) best suit your ride check out our Performance Suspension Guide; simply select your bike, enter your weight, preferred sag to see which shocks best fit your bike as well as our a recommended spring / air pressure set up.

The prize includes:
• Öhlins Rear Shock
• MSRP: $720 - $850 USD

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The winner of the Canyon Spectral 29 CF 8.0 is Pinkbike user Murphybike.
Congratulations Murphybike

Prize Details:
We’re stoked to offer the newly-launched Spectral 29 CF 8.0 to one very lucky Pinkbike reader in this year’s Advent Calendar. Taking the playful, poppy nature of our much-loved Spectral 27.5 and adding a big dose of capability and control, the Spectral 29 is the most versatile trail bike we’ve ever produced.
The bike is sharp, agile and efficient enough for riding long, and ripping singletrack, yet also burly enough for smashing laps at the bike park or on your local enduro trails. If you’re gonna have one bike in your garage, this is it!

• 160mm fork travel
• 150mm rear wheel travel
• 64-degree headtube angle
• 76-degree seat tube angle
• 437mm chainstay length
• 29er (big wheel lovers only)

We’ve redesigned Spectral 29 CF frame from the ground up, cutting weight while increasing stiffness. There’s also plenty of ingenious tweaks that help minimise the bike’s time in the workstand and maximise its time on the trail. Replaceable thread inserts for the linkage bolts, for example, make the frame impervious to mechanical ‘accidents’ while double-sealed frame bearings keep things running smooth, even in the most brutal conditions. The Spectral 29 CF 8.0 is spec’d up, ready to shred. Bumps are ably handled by a Fox 36 Performance Elite fork and Fox DPX2 Performance Elite rear shock combo. A rock-solid Shimano XT M8120 groupset, DT Swiss XM1700 wheels and Maxxis tyres take care of everything else.

The prize includes:
• An all new Canyon Spectral 29 CF 8.0 in the size of your choice
*Frame colour will be subject to the winner’s location.
• MSRP: €3,999 EUR, $4,699 USD

Learn more at


  • 141 0
 Participation prizes? I was flawless in my contest clicking
  • 71 5
 I'm actually proud i participated only for the things i would actually have use for...
  • 8 0
 @SleepingAwake: that is respectable
  • 2 1
 @DAN-ROCKS: I did too, for the good it did me
  • 1 0
 @SramMedia Hi Guys, any update on that AXS dropper post that I won? Still waiting, cheers.
  • 130 2
 Widespread fraud! I won this drawing and everyone knows it.
  • 167 6
 Storm PB HQ in a dumbass outfit and declare yourself the winner. It's the only way.
  • 1 0
 This contest is surely with the times.
  • 48 13
 @Patrick9-32: wonder who downvoted you. Some Trumptard I am sure.
  • 9 0
 by a lot !
  • 32 1
 @Patrick9-32: Prior to this contest even beginning, I’d already declared that if I don’t end up winning, then the contest is rigged! And look what happened - I didn’t win, therefore it was rigged! Totally reasonable.
  • 8 0
 "I just want you to find a winning drawing, just a single one, one that I've already got. Come on, cut me a break here."
  • 18 1
 If you remove the millions of illegal entries I am clearly the winner.
  • 16 0
 Came here to say this, but alas... I will add that millions of dead people voted. They even told me.
  • 12 0
 Go home, we love you, you are very special!
  • 3 5
 Yup, this thing is rigged - just like the 2 most recent US election!
  • 3 0
 Five of the winners are my alias accounts, so I cleaned up this round. Woohoo.
  • 3 2
 @CSharp: the Russians clearly rigged 2016, but 2020 was the most perfect election ever!
  • 44 1
 Ahhh yes, January 29, Orthodox Pinkbike Christmas.
  • 33 0
 Yay, new shoes incoming. Thanks Pinkbike and Etnies Smile
  • 6 0
 Username checks out. Maybe. Somehow. I think?
  • 6 0
 Congratulations human! I picture your entry battling a sea of robots iRobot style, and coming out on top.
  • 2 0
 @50percentsure: kicking them in the upper jaw with sticky new rubber shoes
  • 25 1
 “I didn’t like it cause I didn’t win” - every pb user commenting on this article
  • 3 1
 Hahahaha not all of them, I did actually win but not prize yet. Been stuck at customs for couple weeks now. Prob means I'm gunna end up paying duty on it.
  • 25 0
 I can't believe I didn't win lol , maybe this year
  • 31 2
 you should try a new account like, sewer123456789 Razz
  • 7 1
 We all know sewer-rat won. lets boycott pinkbike until they give him something!
  • 2 0
 you won my undying affection
  • 1 0
 @ultimatist: Beer Salute I’m extra Covid salty for December, only 3 more lockdowns to go
  • 22 0
 Name + 89: Must be a 32 year old bloke.
Name + 69: Must be 12 (nice)
Name + 128891: Bot, definitely a bot.
  • 2 0
  • 2 0
  • 18 0
 Strg + F my name. Nope. Must be fake.
  • 19 1
 @ all winners: expected ship date October 2023.
  • 5 0
 Like absolutely every bike product out there
  • 12 0
 This article is a really good idea. I had been assuming that there were no prizes and no one ever found out because no one ever expected to win anyway
  • 1 0
 trust me, they're all Russian bots ????
  • 3 0
 @ultimatist: I’m imagining Putin returning to his Black Sea palace to congratulate the workers in the underground botfarm...
  • 3 0
 @Altron5000: with an odd assortment of bike parts and accessories lying around
  • 13 0
 I was happy to have received my OneUp EDC stem tool a few days ago, thanks PB & 1up!
  • 11 0
 Woo Hoo, 5 years in a row of not winning, glad to see the streak still lives lol
  • 4 1
 To quote Randy Travis, "Since my phone still ain't ringin', I assume it still ain't you."
  • 10 0
 This is such a BS!!!! I won all prizes by landslide and PB knows that. Wait for it ...I’ll be back.
  • 1 1
 Not if you're impeached by the seatpost!
  • 9 0
 Holy crap....not a single winner was one of those annoying newb accounts... "member since Dec 2020". I think thats a first!
  • 11 4
 this thing was rigged....
  • 3 0
 I love all of the above comments!!!

I personally would like to thank PB and all of the sponsors who put up all of the fantastic gear for this contest. I have to say it worked on me, I dutifully clicked onto the PB site everyday to enter the daily contest. Shouldn't there be some sort of "attaboy" (and "attagirl") for all of those with perfect attendance?
  • 3 0
 I've found more stuff on the trail riding along than was won in this contest. So if you didn't win, it's ok just get out and ride your bike. The trail gods will provide tools, phones, helmets, co2, bar ends, stan's refill, and a far more diverse selection of new to totally ruined finds. You've just got to ride a lot.
  • 4 1
 Somebody please copy and paste the URL for next year's contest, for when people say, "The never announce the winners. It's fake."

No dude. You just didn't win.
  • 1 0
 All the winners of the 2019 Pinkbike Advent Calendar

"The winners are chosen randomly from everyone that enters, regardless of whether they have chosen to check the subscribe button or not." — Sarah Moore. Sep 16, 2020.
  • 1 0
 @dolores: go away robot!
  • 2 0
 Congrats to those who won. I actually managed to win a bike stand a couple of years ago when Bike Magazine was still around and had their 12 Days of Christmas giveaway so I probably have used up all my contest karma.
  • 1 0
 Well this sucks ! Neither myself nor my boyfriend won anything! I entered for him before or after me. I wonder if they thought I’m rigging it because of the timing I entered each time for both of us. Neither of us set up our profile [yet] though...
  • 2 0
 Well... 33 winners out of 2216928 PB users .... 0.001488546312735 % of chance winning.... Smh
  • 1 0
 Obligatory thank you to Pinkbike and congrats to everyone that won something.
I'm proper stoked to have finally won something and a stonking good prize too.

Now I get excited every time I see a white van pull up outside but i am still waiting for my shock to turn up - all part of the fun I guess Smile
  • 3 0
 It would be super cool to see a follow up article where people show off their prizes!
  • 4 0
 Rigged. Everyone knows I won.............bye alot
  • 4 0
 We need Pinkbike Contest Loser stickers
  • 3 0
 Lmao I feel for the guy who won a reverb. That's like when Oprah gave everyone Pontiac Aztecs. The real winner was Pontiac.
  • 1 0
 No way Maaan, this is sick!
I love freakin Pink Bike man
Oh ,whats that? ohhhh yahaha
Ya that paywally thing, eer whatever
Yea ,I’was Jist kidding Fab
PB’s awesome bro
  • 4 2
 I didn't win anything. Good. At least I know that there's no Apocalypse anytime soon
  • 3 0
 I was robbed! Robbed I tell ya
  • 3 0
 I've been trying for 10 years now, no wins. Still got 100% record!
  • 1 0
 I think they should build a new Grim Donut to give away for next years giveaway. I can only imagine the waivers the winner would have to sign. I would sign it though haha.
  • 2 0
 The amount of people with fake account that don't even try to cover the fact that they are fake account. Just wow.
  • 2 0
 I'd love to see a list of all contest winners that missed the email notification and got bumped!
  • 3 0
 FAKE NEWS! I WON! Damn you deep state!
  • 2 0
 Can PB vet these accounts in the future? A bunch of these winners are just bot accounts.
  • 5 2
 We got robbed
  • 1 0
 Yes got robbed
  • 2 0
 Mannnnnn . . . I thought 2021 was gonna be better.
  • 2 0
 Typo in first para. 2020 not 2019.
  • 4 0
  • 10 0
 @jamessmurthwaite: Typo in Vitus' winner name, it's "fracasnoxteam"
  • 1 0
 @jamessmurthwaite: any idea when we are meant to receive our prizes? Still waiting on the AXS dropper post.
  • 1 0
 PB does right, publishes all the winners this year... comments still 90% bitchhng about not winning... LOL
  • 2 0
 I think you misspelled my username for the Canyon Spectral.
  • 1 0
 If PB put up a "Official PB contest loser" sticker on their PB Shop, I would buy it.
  • 2 0
 Next year... Next Year ShenLong
  • 1 0
 Participated just for fun. Never think that I will win one of those stuffs.
  • 1 0
 Congratz to everyone! Good clicking!!
  • 1 0
 Grats to all the winners. Be safe and have fun!
  • 1 0
 Hey PB you never emailed me to claim my prize. This is sabotage!!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 Well, that's a bummer...????
  • 1 0
 CTRL+F "luis-beri". No results. As usual...
  • 1 0
 6 years without winning..
  • 2 0
  • 2 0
  • 3 0
 I think we need a recount!
  • 2 0
 Fake News
  • 2 0
  • 1 0
 Sorry but I did not received any mail can you check again please
  • 1 0
 Is it too late to enter ?
  • 1 0
 Keep your eyes on the buy sell for that Vitus soon, boys.
  • 1 0
 I actually won something ....
  • 1 0
 Where is my name? Sadge
  • 3 3
 clearly rigged
  • 3 4
 Ctrl + F: "dexterfawkes"

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