Enter to Win a Clif Bar Mother’s Day Prize Pack!

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Chocolate she won’t get mad at…

Enter RIGHT NOW to win one of 3 Clif Bar Mother’s Day Prize Pack!

“Mothers are America’s unsung endurance athletes.”

With Mother’s Day coming up, CLIF wants to give your mother, sister, wife, or friend the chocolate she’s dreaming (le sigh) of at night…a healthy indulgence to reward her active life!

Give her some CLIF Bar chocolatey favorites, like CLIF Bar Chocolate Brownie, Chocolate Almond Fudge, MOJO Chocolate Almond Coconut and CRUNCH Chocolate Peanut Butter.

Simply tell us in the comments below, why your mom, sister, wife or friend is an endurance athlete. Comments posted on the Mtbr Facebook Fan Page will also qualify. The Clif Bar Mother’s Day Prize Pack includes: 2 – Chocolate Almond Fudge Clif Bars, 2 – Chocolate Brownie Clif Bars, 2 – Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Granola Bars, and 2 – Chocolate Almond Coconut Mojo bars!

Good luck!

(The 3 Lucky Winners will be announced the evening of Wednesday May 9th!)

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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  • Alison Pasino says:

    My twin sister is my inspiration! She is an extremely disciplined runner and has inspired me to train to run in her footsteps…

  • Dizzle says:

    Does 18hrs of labor count as endurance athlete?

  • Randy says:

    My friend just finished 2 years of MBA school while holding down her consulting job that requires her to travel multiple time zones all the time!

  • Rod Janssen says:

    My mom is 69 years old and walks marathons/half marathons in Wisconsin. She has placed Number 1 in her class several times. She is an outdoors person. Shoots sporting clays, fishes, and camps with my family. Besides being a marathon walker, she takes care of my sister and her spouse’s 1.5 year old daughter during the work week. She is very health conscious making sure she is placing good things in her body to maintain her energy during day to day activities. Clif bars being a great choice for energy on the go.

  • Brent Tibben says:

    My wife works a full time job dealing with troubled kids and adults that behave like kids, is doing a full time Masters University program in Counseling. Somehow still makes the time 2 nights and 1 weekend day riding per week by working/studying from 8am to 11pm with no breaks.

  • Brandon Crawford says:

    My mom is 60 and still runs 5 miles every morning before work! She has been doing this for 30 yrs!

  • Mark Bender says:

    My amazing wife is not only an amazing mom, friend, wife and training partner and coach but she also home schools our 4 boys (12, 10, 8, 6) and has helped promote high school mtb program including getting our local high school mtb team started the last 2 years. And because that’s not enough on the side races mtb, road and cyclocross along with myself and our 4 boys. Last season she placed second in the local Masters 1,2,3 cyclocross series and was state cx champion. She is also in the process of starting a local program for 9-14 year olds introducing them to the sport of mtb in a couple months….so yes she is an AMAZING ENDURANCE athlete.

  • Mr. K says:

    If it weren’t for my wife, I would still be riding a 96 Cdale F600. As I was hemming and hawing about money and how expensive bikes are nowadays, she was adamant about the health benefits and the pure joy I get out of mtbiking. “Don’t worry about the money! Go get a new bike!!” So, I did!!! I bought a Santa Cruz Blur LT 2.2 with 650b wheels. My daughter helped me pick out the color and my son pointed to the bigger Fox 36 Talas fork as well. Even though she’s not a mtbiker (runner), she understands the passion I have for mtbiking and love her very much for letting me enjoy every minute of my new bike. Thank you, John.

  • David Wilson says:

    My wife used to be a “pro” mountain biker. She ran her first marathon in sub-4 10 months after our son was born. She finished 2nd behind Rebecca Rusch at the national championships SS class later that summer. She continued running and riding all fall in prep for the El Paso Puzzler 50 miler in Jan of this year which she won. She then flew to VA with my son to visit her father where she decided to run a 10k. Her goal was 48 minutes…..she won it in 44! She runs and rides almost everyday of the week either pulling or pushing our now 2 year old son. She feeds him Z-Bars to keep him happy while she pulls him up the hills.

  • Jon says:

    My wife and best friend use to race mtb 17 years ago, after not racing for nearly 16 years, she decided to train and start racing again this time cyclocross was in her mind. She trained and raced cross in 2010, but in early 2011 was diagnosed with breast cancer. She underwent surgery and a month later was back on her bike for the 2011 cross season but due to lack of training and riding time, she only raced 1 race. This year she is back to full recovery and back riding a few times a week and hopefully be able to race more cross races this year.

  • Gregg says:

    Thanks for all the great entries guys! The winners are:

    -Mark Bender
    -Erik Gibson
    -Rod Janssen

    I will be in touch via email or FB message and we’ll get your prize pack sent out to you ASAP!


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