I was recently contacted by Races2Remember to review one of their items. I chose to do one of their small back bibs. As you can see, it turned out great! Usually these bibs say “I’m Running for…” and include a picture and a name. I wanted to do something for my blog, so I went with my usual saying and colors. The whole process went great. I was able to customize the bib exactly as I wanted, they sent me a preview picture via email, and they got it to me very quickly. At first I thought it was printed on regular paper, but I tried to tear it and it is indeed tear proof. I don’t quite have the guts to get it wet because I actually plan to frame it and put it with my medals, but it is supposed to be waterprooof. Anyways, it was a great experience, start to finish.
And now, you get a chance to try it! Races2Remember is offering one item to a reader of my blog. You can choose one of their awesome products. They have pace bands (I know a lot of you are training for halfs and fulls), name bibs, tattoos… (The Cheering Signs are not yet available.)
Here’s how to enter (Feel free to do as many or as few as you want, but please leave a comment for each):
- Be a follower here on MCM Mama
- Go over to Races2Remember and check out their site. Tell me what you’d get.
- Like Races2Remember on Facebook
- Like MCM Mama on Facebook
- Tweet it, Facebook it, Put it on your blog…
Giveaway ends Sunday, February 6 at midnight.
Disclaimer: I got my back bib for free and the company is providing a product for a reader. Opinions are my own.
On the running front, I ran a perfectly awful 8 miles on Saturday. I was tired and dehydrated and the roads and sidewalks were still slippery. I’m happy that I finished and finished at my goal pace, but it felt much harder than the speed I was going. Afterward, my ankle, my knee, and the opposite inner thigh hurt – I’m guessing because I was so tense while running. Yesterday I ran a decent four miles on the treadmill. Today I’m actually a little sore thanks to my longest run since the injury followed by running a second day. Amazing how fast your ability to run a distance decreases!