Pimp Your Eco-Ride: Win a Strida SX Folding Bike

Isn't it about time you upgraded your (bike)ride? Got a dusty 3-speed that won't stay in gear propped up in the corner of your garage, or an old Huffy mountain bike you outgrew along with POGs (yes, I just referenced POGs)? In other words, have you been meaning to get a cleaner, greener set of wheels? Then it's high time you entered Inhabitat's Pimp My Eco-Ride Contest to win a cutting edge, top-of-the-line bike--but hurry on up, tomorrow's your last chance. The concept is simple--as anyone who's ever seen MTV's less-green version of the contest should know. You submit a photo of your current clunker or unwieldy wheels, along with a quick comment explaining why Inhabitat should pimp your eco-ride, and cross your fingers.

The winner will receive a Strida SX Limited folding bike valued at $950--a pretty sweet deal indeed. From Inhabitat:

Designed by Mark Sanders, the Strida 5.0 has the smallest footprint of any full-sized folding bike, weighs in at just 22 pounds, and folds in 5 seconds flat into a compact form that can be easily wheeled into subways, stored in a closet, carried on buses, or carted up stairs.

If that sounds like the kind of bike for you--folding bikes are absolutely perfect for cities and cramped apartments--then get on with it. And let Inhabitat pimp your eco-ride.

Head over to Inhabitat for contest details.

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