In conjunction with my Mountain Bike Trail Building Tool Guide article I’m running a contest to give away a Rogue Hoe F70HR tool from ToolsForTrails.com. The winner of this contest will be chosen randomly from all of the qualifying entries and be given a versatile Rogue Hoe F70HR in their choice of length.
The F70HR is a fiberglass handled combo hoe rake tool featuring a head with a 7” wide cutting blade with three sharpened edges and compact rake on the opposite side. Rogue tools are made in the USA from agricultural disc blades. Check out the full story on how these durable tools are made on ToolsForTrails.com.
Tools For Trails provides tools and supplies for all your trail building and maintenance needs. We offer a complete selection of McCleods, pulaskis, hoes, mattocks, shovels and rakes to cut the trail of your dreams.
Whether you are outfitting a scout group or youth corps for trail stewardship or are looking to be a trailbuilding tribe of one, Tools For Trails has you covered with the highest quality trail tools that have been abuse-tested by professional trail crews.
Don’t know exactly what or how many trail tools you need? We’ve used hand tools to build trail in every part of the country, have worked with countless volunteer groups and youth corps, and are excited to help set you up for an efficient trailbuilding adventure email@example.com.
How To Enter The Contest:
- Send me an email at Admin@OldGloryMTB.com with a paragraph explaining your latest trail building adventure. I want to know who you are, where you are building, and what type of trail you built or in the progress of building.
- Include 1-5 photos of your recent work. Photos of the crew digging, before and after shots, and finished trails are all acceptable. No need to edit them either, I can do that.
Length Of Contest:
The contest will run from today May 28th through June 9th at Midnight. This gives you two full weekends to do any work if you haven’t already.
Who Is Eligible:
Only trail builders in the United States. Sorry for those outside the country :(
Results From The Contest:
I’ll keep a running page of entries from the contest so everyone can see the great trail building work going on around the country.
I’ll announce the winner of the contest Monday June 10th.