Monday, March 03, 2008

Zogics CitraWipes - Another contest!

I love citrus stuff. This ranges from oranges and grapefruits to HFCS-rich beverages like Mountain Dew.

I tore into my breakfast with the knife on my Park Tool MTB-3. Oranges are so tasty.

I've also got a pile of Zogics CitraWipes. I cleaned up with them last time I had to fuss with my chain, and they do a pretty good job. More than that, they smell like oranges, which is awesome -- but they're not tasty.

Zogics sells these wipes online and through many local bike shops and sporting goods stores. They're relatively new. Zogics' founder, Paul LeBlanc is an outdoor enthusiast and former member of the US National Cycling Team, so these are definitely made with cyclists in mind. Furthermore, Zogics is a member of 1% For The Planet, a group of businesses that donate 1% of their sales to environmental nonprofit groups.

A full review of these wipes is pending. I feel like I really need to get in a good roadside repair situation and get genuinely grimy on the go to really put these babies to the test. But I have so many of them that I'd like to share.

Here's your chance. Click here and tell me about your grimiest commute ever. Make sure you use an email address that I can reach you with, or else I can't get in touch with you to ship you your CitraWipes!

I'll take some of my favorite stories and post them, and then I'll ship off a pair of CitraWipes to you so you can get clean on your next messy adventure.

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