Ride and win!

We have a great variety of prizes. All prizes are deducted from your ride total. We are working on prize management system, which will show how many rides you may apply to prizes. Prizes will be ordered via your Family's account on this website.

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Every Monday (or the first school day in the week), we award the Green Gear to the top Freiker of the Week. If several Freikers are tied, we choose one at random. The Freiker of the Week also wins $10. Yes, TEN DOLLARS, just for riding your bike to school every day the prior week. This is an extra prize. You get to use those same rides for any of the ride prizes below. Special thanks to Resource Revival, Inc. for supplying the gears and to the Boulder Bump Shop for painting them.

An iPod! This is the piece de resistance for kids nowadays. You have to ride 160 times to win an iPod. It's that simple -- well, not really, but there are plenty of other prizes below. This is just the one everybody seems to want.

Ooo La La! Graham Watson posters of Lance Armstrong winning the 2005 Tour de France. The color and scenes are magnificent. A great way to spice up any Freiker's bedroom after only 20 rides.

2007! Lance Armstrong calendars from Graham Watson so you can keep track of your Freiker rides, or your homework. OK, scratch the homework bit, you only need 40 rides for these great looking calendars.

Zoom! You can see how fast you are going with the Cateye Velo 5 Cyclocomputer, which was graciously donated by CatEye. The cyclocomputer features an odometer set option, pacer (average speed compared to current), velocity indicator, auto start/stop, auto-power saving. Functions include current speed, elapsed time, total distance, trip distance, average speed and a clock (12/24hr). It's yours after 50 rides.

Slurp! Cool water bottles donated by University Bicycles are just the thing for hard-riding Freikers. Stay hydrated when you ride. Quench your thirst with 10 rides.

Ring! We've got Jellibells, Candibells, and more types of bells than you can imagine. All of these bells were donated by Mirrycle Corporation maker of fine bells and mirrors. You can make a racket after just 10 rides.