Win a BETA 300 RR Race Edition During KLIM’s Cow Tag Bike Giveaway

Jun 13, 2016 View Comments by

There are a variety of ways off-road riders can contribute to the health of the trails they ride and the public lands they traverse. This summer, KLIM is giving riders an incentive to give back with its Cow Tag Bike Giveaway.

Anyone who donates a minimum of $10 to the BlueRibbon Coalition will be entered to win a brand new BETA 300 RR Race Edition. The winner will be selected via a live drawing at KLIM’s second-annual Cow Tag Off-Road Ride held in Idaho on June 25, 2016. The winner need not be present to win and the nationwide drawing is open to all who want to support trail advocacy.

BETA300RR Race Edition

Every $10 donation is a chance to win the 300 RR Race Edition. Donate twice ($20) and you’ll get a basic BRC membership. Three donations ($30) and above earns you a premium individual membership. You can donate as many times as you’d like.

The Cow Tag Off-Road Ride is a one-day event held in KLIM’s backyard—the Big Hole Mountain trail system in Southeast Idaho. Guided by maps and GPS tracks, riders will search for valuable Cow Tags along the course. Individual riders will be challenged to collect as many or the most challenging (depending on your strategy) Cow Tags as possible for valuable raffle tickets. Those tickets can be turned in for chances to win some great prizes.

The event will kick off on Friday evening with an open house at KLIM’s headquarters in Rigby, ID. Riders will pick up their welcome packet and get the opportunity to tour the newly remodeled facility. Those not able to make it on Friday can check-in the next morning from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Kelly Canyon Ski Resort. Breakfast will be be provided and the ride will begin at 9 a.m.

Anyone can donate to the BlueRibbon Coalition online for a chance to win the BETA 300 RR Race Edition. If you’d like to register for the ride, there’s still time! Visit


Text and photography: KLIM

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