Fab Freebie: Grab a Pair of GoSocks from Giddyup Gear!

GoSocks come in four different designs, including (from left to right) Boyd Martin, Buck Davidson, Denny Emerson, and Gina Miles. Photo by Jim Holbel. GoSocks come in four different designs, including (from left to right) Boyd Martin, Buck Davidson, Denny Emerson, and Gina Miles. Photo by Jim Holbel.

Happy Thanksgiving week, ENers! I’m personally looking forward to spending some quality time with friends and family this week, eating my weight in traditional holiday fare, and then going into a food coma. Of course there the possibility of some shopping the next day after emerging from said food coma.

So let’s start the week off with a fabulous freebie! This week, one lucky reader will take home a pair of GoSocks from Giddyup Gear, in the design of their choice. GoSocks are tall boot socks that feature some of your favorite riders on course during cross country. Each design also includes a different saying to inspire and motivate your ride.

Boyd Martin: “Obstacles? Be unstoppable!”

Buck Davidson: “These are your legs — use them!”

Denny Emerson: “Are you a wannabe or a gonnabe?”

Gina Miles: “Put your big girl pants on!”

GoSocks are lightweight and stretchy, and are made out of a nylon / spandex blend. And the socks are made right here in the USA well. GoSocks are offered in four different designs, including Buck Davidson, Boyd Martin, Gina Miles and Denny Emerson, and each retails for $19.99.

A special thanks goes out to Giddyup Gear for providing this week’s prize!

So you know the drill. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, and then check back in our Friday News & Notes, where we will announce our lucky winner. Good luck!

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