Regular readers will remember a poll that I put up to help decided between two variations on the design, with the promise of five free t-shirts to five commenters to be chosen at random.
And the winners are:
Among the winners, only Nathan preferred the top design. But, Nathan, the good news is that we decided to put the orange-framed bike on the back of the shirt, without the building silhouette.
Our models are Megan and Stu.
Megan just completed a bike tour of Nicaragua and Costa Rica with her 15-month old daughter and Cass Gilbert. (She’s a bit self-conscious about her sunburned arms, so please please don’t mention anything about them in the comments.)
Stuart is an artist, metal worker, and aspiring frame-maker who will be contributing to our coverage of the North American Handmade Bike Show (NAHBS).
You Can Still Win a T-Shirt
We’re going to give away some more shirts, but this time it won’t be luck of the draw. Handmade bike geeks will have a leg up on this one.
Here are Josh’s instructions from his first post on NAHBS.
If you are going to be at the show, weâ€™re handing out ten of our newly designed Commute by Bike t-shirts. Post the tweet:
@Commute_by_Bike Iâ€™m at #NAHBS and I want to wear a CommutebyBike.com t-shirt!
Weâ€™ll tweet you back and figure out where you are.
For those of you not at the show, weâ€™ve got ten more shirts on hold for spotting our t-shirt in NAHBS photos in our blogs or other cycling blogs (not Facebook, though weâ€™ll be posting lots of stuff from NAHBS there too). Post the tweet:
@Commute_by_Bike I spotted your t-shirt at #NAHBS at [URL of website page].
Weâ€™re only giving away one t-shirt per spotting, so keep your eyes peeled. And to play, be sure to follow us on Twitter so we can direct message you and get the t-shirt on the way.
[Note: If you’re not on Twitter, you can send your NAHBS Web sightings of our t-shirts using our contact form.]
And finally, to celebrate the arrival of our t-shirts, we’re going to retire that 2010 Holiday Gift Guide banner and replace it with a banner for our t-shirts.