CONTEST: Win a Trek Slash with Shimano XTR!


SHARE HOW YOU ESCAPE INTO THE UNREAL WORLD TO WIN PRIZES FROM SONY, SHIMANO AND MORE! The real world is sometimes unavoidable. After all, bills need to be paid and homework needs to be done. But every once in a while, when the stars align, journeys into the unReal world commence and suddenly the real world becomes nothing more than a distant memory.

So, how do YOU escape the real world? We want to see YOUR worst real world experiences—your traffic jams, long line ups, spilled coffees—and then we want to see your way out.What does your unReal world look like?

Enter and this custom unReal Trek Slash could be yours! Plus, you'll get a sweet EVOC Bike Travel Bag Pro to carry your bike in for all of your unReal bike trips!

HOW TO ENTER

1. Create your REALvsUNREAL masterpiece(s)

2. Download and add the unReal logo (optional)

3. Share it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #REALvsUNREAL.

WINNER SELECTION

Ten winners will be selected throughout the duration of the contest to receive prizes from Shimano, Sony Action Cam, and more.

Winning entries will be featured on Anthill and TGR’s website and social feeds. A Grand Prize winner will be awarded a custom unReal Trek mountain bike from the Slash Series.

Submissions will be judged based on originality, quality, and how well they illustrate parallels between the "real world" and the "unReal world."

For full contest details, head over to http://www.tetongravity.com/contests/real-vs-unreal

ADDITIONAL PRIZES

5 - Sony ActionCams

2 - Shimano PD-MX80 Pedals

4 - Western Digital 1TB My Passport Pro Drives

5 - Custom unReal EVOC Backpacks

World Tour starts June 18th - Get your tickets now!

Presented by Sony in association with Shimano and Trek. unReal is co-produced by Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films. Written, directed and edited by Anthill Films. Art direction and additional writing by Good Fortune Collective. Additional support for the film is provided by Bike Magazine, Evoc, Knolly, Pinkbike, Rocky Mountain, Western Digital, and Whistler Mountain Bike Park.