#GetFasterOutside Swag Giveaway

Share your outside workout on your Instagram feed, tag @trainerroad and use the hashtag #getfasteroutside for a chance to win a TrainerRoad swag pack. One athlete, selected at random, will be chosen each week and announced each Thursday until 8/13/2020.
Void where prohibited. No purchase necessary.

Regardless of photos tagged, each athlete will be allowed one entry per week. Athletes who have won previously are not eligible to win in future weeks. Odds of winning are dependent on the number of entries received.

Photos tagged need to be each athlete’s original work and not violate other’s intellectual property rights.

TrainerRoad reserves the right to suspend, cancel or adjust this sweepstakes and its rules at any time.

Winners will be announced each week on the Ask a Cycling Coach podcast and notified through an Instagram direct message and have one month (30 days) to respond back with the needed contact information. If athletes have not responded back within 30 days of being notified, TrainerRoad reserves the right to void the prize.

Instagram and Facebook in no way is sponsoring, endorsing, or administering this sweepstakes.



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Nathan Comerford

Nathan Comerford is a long-time TrainerRoad user and XC racer who avoids the road because cars make him nervous. He gets out of bed in the morning primarily for data, carbs and desert single-track.