SPINERGY INTRODUCES THE DESIGN LAB – A CUSTOM WHEEL CONFIGURATOR
Spinergy is excited to introduce the Design Lab: a web-based tool that brings wheel customization direct to our customers. This interactive configurator allows for the visualization of a wheel build using any combination of 10 spoke and 9 decal color choices.
As an introductory offer, Spinergy is launching a contest whereby users of the Design Lab website can submit a custom wheel design, which serves as a chance to win the set in one of the following models:
• GX Gravel Wheels• LX MTB Wheels• Z-lite Road Wheels
Directions to enter contest:
Submit your wheel design online, available by visiting our website
You MUST share Spinergy’s contest announcement post to your feed and stories OR a screenshot of your custom design (public IG accounts only) for your submission to qualify.
Tag @ridespinergy and #DesignMySpinergy
Tag 2 friends on your post
The contest runs from Thursday July 25th, 2019 through August 15th, 2019 at 11:59 PM PT.
Winners will be selected and contacted by Monday August 19th, 2019.
Terms and conditions for the contest can be found at https://www.spinergy.com/bicycle/design-lab/contest-rules.
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