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31 Days of Giveaways – SCOTT Sports

Win protection from SCOTT Sports

Scott Sports cares about your safety. To make sure you receive top notch protection they are giving away a safety kit of four products.

The Nero PLUS helmet blends safety and ventilation. Safety features include the MIPS protection system, a shatterproof visor and a heavy duty D-ring closure system. Air intakes connect with deep channels throughout the helmet’s shell to keep you cool.

The Prospect goggle gives the rider maximum field of vision due to the extra lens height. The goggle is equipped with an extra wide, no-slip silicone strap. This strap, together with articulated outriggers, improves helmet integration. Also included is a clear lens.

The SCOTT Grenade Evo knee pads combine the malleable, shock-absorbing D3O material wrapped in a highly abrasion resistant, vented construction to produce what SCOTT claims are some of the comfiest knee guards on the market. The ergonomic straps are paired with breathable stretch mesh to provide extra ventilation.

The SCOTT Grenade Evo Elbow Guards use a strap that SCOTT says keeps the pad in position without feeling too tight on your arm. The strategically positioned ergonomic straps are paired with breathable stretch mesh.

The SCOTT Sports kit is valued at $540.

About SCOTT Sports

SCOTT lives by the saying “no shortcuts.” The company takes to time to avoid cutting corners and it builds product the right way for the right reasons. Based in Switzerland, SCOTT sports is a leader in the bike industry.

About 31 Days of Giveaways:

Summer is behind us and many people are turning towards skiing or snowboarding, hanging up the bike for months on end. To make sure you don’t forget biking all together, over 31 days we are giving away prizes from some of the best brands in the bike industry. Register only for your favorite products, or register every day – your chances of winning are refreshed each morning. Check back daily for a run down on what is up for grabs, and don’t forget about your bike while the mountains are white.