In celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday, Stealth Electric Bikes will be giving away a crankset to three US pilots who send in the best photo of their Stealth bike in action.
The offer will run from the Thanksgiving holiday until the end of November, giving Stealth owners time to craft the perfect shot. Photos will be voted on by the Stealth factory staff, who will be looking for images that best showcase the hard-core potential of the bikes they create.
The promotion, appropriately named “Cranksgiving”, is to give thanks to Stealth’s growing US battalion who willingly support the company’s expanding dealer network.
“Our friends in the USA are big fans of progressive technology, so they have really embraced the Stealth range and frequently send us encouraging feedback,” says Stealth’s managing director John Karambalis.
To account for the ongoing take-up in the US market, the team at Stealth’s Australian headquarters is working even more closely with its US dealer network, looking to support them in any way possible.
“Our US dealer group is progressively growing to support the demand and it’s something we’re really excited about, for we know The States has a huge range of riding terrain that is seemingly tailor-made for our bikes,” says Stealth’s global sales manager Theresa Mischkulnig.
The prize cranksets are identical to those found on the B-52 Bomber and F-37 Fighter models, and will make a worthy addition to a die-hard Stealth pilot’s spare parts arsenal… or a neat addition to their trophy cabinet.
More importantly, Cranksgiving is just another incentive for pilots to charge up their Stealth and to spend their holiday on the trails.
With that, the whole Stealth team wishes their US supporters a very happy Cranksgiving, and looks forward to seeing their handcrafted bikes in action.
Entrants can submit their images to firstname.lastname@example.org.