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Specialized To Ship Kona Qualifiers’ Bikes For Free

If you're headed to the 2011 Ironman World Championship race and you ride a Specialized bike you won't have to pay to ship your bike to Kona. In a unique program Specialized is calling "You Tri, We Fly", the bike maker is offering to pay the shipping charges associated with shipping a Specialized bike to Kona.

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If you’re headed to the 2011 Ironman World Championship race and you ride a Specialized bike you won’t have to pay to ship your bike to Kona. In a unique program Specialized is calling “You Tri, We Fly”, the bike maker is offering to pay the shipping charges associated with shipping a Specialized bike to Kona.

See the details from Specialized below:

You’ve been planning for this day for months – even years. Early mornings, skipping dessert, working harder than you ever thought you could. This year, Specialized wants to reward the commitment of Kona qualifiers who race our bikes by taking care of some of the logistics. As part of our huge AREA 140.6 celebration, we will fly your Specialized race bike to the event for free. Qualifying Kona participants need to register by going to the Specialized website to receive a prepaid FedEx shipping tag – it’s one less thing to worry about so you can concentrate on racing. We call it our You Tri, We Fly celebration – ’cause it’s Kona – you should be thinking about the race – not getting your stuff there.

Read more: Specialized.com