This Giveaway Could Save Your Life

I have an interview, a run and a hot air balloon ride on my schedule today, so why don’t you enter a giveaway? Yes? Great.

Remember a few weeks ago I talked about how great a RoadID is? Well, I got them to do a giveaway for you guys!

This giveaway could literally save your life. Imagine getting injured while training and having no identifying information on you and emergency response technicians have no way to get ahold of your emergency contacts. The creator of RoadID started the company after being hit by a truck and realizing the importance of carrying ID while training.

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How to Enter:

  • Tell me what you’re training for and how it’s going! Where would you use RoadID? What kind would you get?
  • If you could propose a new style, what would it be?
  • What running mantra would you put on yours, or what’s your running mantra? I put “I run because I can” on mine–I couldn’t always run, and I may not always be able to run, but right now I can run, and so I do.
  • Like RoadID on Facebook and leave a comment here that you’ve done so
  • Follow RoadID on Twitter  and leave a comment that you’ve done so

139 comments on “This Giveaway Could Save Your Life

  1. jo

    I’ve run a half marathon on the treadmill, and have yet to run even a 5k outside! So that’s what I’m currently training for… August 6th!

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  2. jo

    I don’t tweet, but they just got Like’d by me on Facebook. Thanks for hosting this, Theodora! Hope your balloon ride adventure is amazing – the idea of that is way outside my comfort zone! πŸ˜‰

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  3. Liz

    I’m killing my training (if I do say so myself πŸ™‚ ) I’m running the Queens half on Sat and the Full Mary in Nov…running tons along with crossfit and swimming. I def could use a road id! Between trail running and biking in remote areas it would literally be a lifesaver for me if I ever got injured. I’d probably go with the wrist version.

    Good luck with the interview and the balloon ride!

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  4. Britney

    I’m “pre-training” for a marathon, but it’s been interesting. I think I do better with a plan instead of general mileage goals, and I’ve had some personal stuff get in the way. I finally gave in and purchased myself a RoadID (I think my mom was ecstatic) but if I win I’ll give the free one to my sister, who also runs outside.

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  5. Britney

    Oh, and I follow RoadID on Twitter. (Their customer service is pretty great, by the way. They misprinted my initial ID and I got a new one within a week!)

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  6. Jenny

    I’m trying for my first half marathon in October! I’m actually nervous about my upcoming long runs because I live in a traffic-heavy area. :/

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  7. Holly

    I’m training for Twin Cities Marathon and it’s going great so far! It’s definitely been humbling, heh, but I’m getting stronger and learning so much!

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  8. Sarah

    I’ve been training for a 5K in September around the Reservoir near my house. A RoadID Wrist ID Slim would be a great addition to my training garb since I normally try to tote my drivers license but am afraid to lose it.

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  9. Jen Correa

    I am training for the NYC Marathon also. I would love to have a pink Road ID. I do most of my long runs alone in the dark (early, early morning) so I would feel safer if I had it. πŸ™‚

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  10. Beth @ 990 Square

    I’m currently training for three halfs…the first of which is in Wildwood NJ in 4 weeks! It’s not going very well, since I injured my glute three weeks ago and I’ve been stuck to the bike ever since.

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  11. Emily

    I’m actually not training for anything specific right now, which is pretty refreshing! I run a lot, because I love it, and I’ve been meaning to get a Road ID for far too long.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. Danielle

    I’m training for my first half-marathon on September 18! I had a Road ID shoe pouch but I had my ex boyfriend’s name as a contact and we’ve since broken up πŸ™ I’d love to get another one!

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  13. Jeanette

    I am training for my first half marathon. It is going very well. I am in week 5. I am still very excited and looking forward to the race. I would wear it while on my training walks and runs.
    I like the slim wrist ID

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  14. Liz H.

    I’m training for my first half-marathon! I have my 10-mile long run this week, which will be a PDR…exciting!! I’d get a red or blue wrist ID sport πŸ™‚

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  15. Leslie H

    I started a Couch 2 5k program on June 3 and have been doing pretty well. I’m almost finished with the program and I’m amazed at how far I can run without having to stop, especially compared to the first week of the program. I hope to run an actual 5k when it gets cooler. I’ve been carrying my drivers license with me on my runs, so a Road ID would be very helpful. I would get one of the wrist or shoe styles.

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  16. Amanda

    I just started running at the end of May and I love it! I am training with a running group for the Fit Fest 5K 9/11 in my hometown of Huntington, WV! I am actually running my FIRST 5K August 5th with some friends, and can not wait for the experience!

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  17. Leslie H

    A new style could include a mechanism to attach to something else, like a clip that attaches to a running water bottle or a backpack.

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  18. Allie

    Hey there :). I’m 24 years old and love my family quite a bit. I’ve always been a daddy’s girl. My father is considered medically obese and with it, he has sleep apnea, leg pains, and diabetes. It breaks my heart to see someone who used to be so strong (and who still, through all of this is the person I look up to the most) letting something as simple as food/weight completely overtake his body.

    He called me the other day and told me he wanted to get the lapband surgery – which broke my heart even more. While I agree that in extremes surgery is the right way to go, I think he would be a lot happier if he went through the diet and exercise on his own and lost weight the right way. There are a ton of side effects of the surgery (for example – he may never be able to eat at a resturaunt again) and it kills me to see him making such an extreme change.

    I decided this summer that I was going to be a positive influence for my father, just as he has for me. I’ve taken to running every day, and even though two months ago I wasnt even able to run a mile without stopping, now I find that a mile is no big deal at all. I’ve always been athletic, but running was never for me. i’m taking the next month off before going back to graduate school to spend time with my dad and help him eat right. I’m also trying to get him to exercise (he can’t even walk 1/10th of a mile) so that he and I can do a 5k for diabetes at the end of the summer (him walking, me running). I know he can do this the right way, and I’m going to support him through it all :). Thus, right now, my “training” is for that 5k, as well as two others I signed up for in San Diego in the fall. It’s going well and I’m pretty excited with my progress. Plus, I’ve been motivating friends around me to join me for a run so that’s a win too.

    My new style that i’d propose would be something that clips on to my sneaker. I’m not a fan of jewelery on my wrists while running, and I figure that bracelet could get irritating, but if it were on my shoe, I wouldnt have to worry.

    Based on my story and what I’ve shard with you, my running mantra would be, “I do it to show my dad he can too.”

    Liked and followed πŸ™‚

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  19. Alyssa

    I’m training for my first 10k, the TD Bank Beach to Beacon in Maine, and it’s in 10 days!! I’ll also be running the Tufts 10k for Women in Boston this fall. I’m feeling strong and ready, and I’m hoping for a < 65 minute finish!

    My running mantra would be "Dirigo", it's the Maine state motto (my home state) and means "I Lead"

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  20. Molly

    I’m training for a 5k in mid-August and, fingers crossed, a half marathon in January! When I get to those longer runs, there’s no way I can do them on the treadmill, so RoadID will be a necessity! I’d want the shoe ID because I can’t run with more than my Nike+ sportsband on my wrist! If I could propose a new style, it’d be an arm band (similar to arm band for iPod or iPhone) that you can wear higher on your arm so it won’t affect the run.

    Also – just followed RoadID on twitter and Facebook! Really excited about this giveaway!

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  21. Bridget

    I’m training for the Chicago marathon in October. So far so good! I would get the purple slim road id.

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  22. lauren

    Theodora, thank you so much for hosting this giveaway. (This isn’t an entry comment, just a regular comment) Two years ago my dad was out for a run/walk in the morning and he died of a heart attack. He wasn’t carrying any ID on him and my family had to report him as a missing person in order to find out what had happened and be told over the phone that he was dead. It was an awful way for things to happen – if he had been wearing a Road ID we at least would have learned sooner and probably in a more sensitive way. I realize that it’s an extreme example – but carrying ID with you when you run is an absolute must!! I hope that even if people don’t win this giveaway they’ll still buy a Road ID, for their sake and for their families’ sake too.

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  23. Allan

    I’m training for my first marathon. My mantra is “Just Keep Running”. I liked them on Facebook. I think I would choose the slim. Thanks.

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  24. Lauren

    I’m training for my first half-marathon – GULP! I’m in the early stages, so – so far, so good. I run around Greenpoint and Prospect Park mostly, but sometimes go into Manhattan for Central Park or the West Side Highway. I’d definitely get the Shoe ID – that way I can just leave it on there and don’t have to worry about one more thing to grab or do before I’m out the door.

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  25. Tara

    I am training for my first 5k. I don’t have one picked out and I am recovering from a knee injury (on top of a lifetime of sweets and little exercise) so it is a VERY slow process. I know it will take a long time but one day I would LOVE to run a half marathon. If that is two years or five years from now- that is when it will be. I am doing pretty well. Working on some strength and increased activity everyday. It is all the little victories I am enjoying. I would love a pink Road ID since I am scared to spend time outside running without some way of letting people know who to contact and since I just moved recently it is not like the people in my neighborhood know me. A combination with a running belt would be an awesome style.

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  26. Lindsey

    Hi Theodora! This is my first time commenting on your blog.

    I am currently training for (or about to officially start) the 2011 Philadelphia Marathon. It’ll be my first marathon and I’m already nervous. To keep myself in the groove, I’m sub-training(?) for the Wildwood Half Marathon at the end of August–which will be my 10th half, or 5th full as I like to say. I’d like to PR but a few extra lbs and a super packed schedule will make iit really difficult!

    I’ve lusted after Road ID tags for so long! I agree with the above comments that a braclet can get to be annoying after a while. I think a sneaker tag or maybe something you can add to your hat or headband might help!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. Jenna

    I am currently battling back and forth about running the full or the half marathon on OBX in November. I won a free entry, so I feel like i would be dumb not to take advantage of the free full!! I would choose a red band and it would say, “respect the distance.”. Everybody has different abilities and the fact were out there doing anything deserves respect!

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  28. Sabrina

    I am currently training for the Queens Half this coming Saturday July 30th. I would use it while training and running the roads of NYC and in Central Park. I would pick a purple band and my mantra inscription would be “Never Closer!” as in each mile is closer to the end…or to the goal.
    I guess if I could propose a new style it would be something smaller like a dog id tag that you could just wear on your laces…I carry my keys on my laces and I would just bundle it with them.

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  29. Whitney N

    I’m training for the Akron Marathon in September. πŸ™‚
    I love the RoadID look — I only wish they made a smaller canine ID. My pup’s collar is too little for the 1″ one, heh.

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  30. Nicole Christine

    1.) I’m currently training for the Nike Women’s 1/2 Marathon in San Fran this October!! It’s going fairly well so far. I just started racing last August and since I’ve become a runner I’ve lost 20lbs!! I have about 12 weeks until race day for Nike. I live in upstate NY and do a lot of running in parks and on nature preserves so this would give me (and my boyfriend) peace of mind that if something were to happen to me, people would know who to contact. I would get the wrist ID slim in pink, no doubt (it matches my iPod)!

    2.) If I could design a new RoadID it would be a RoadID watch strap that I could swap out part of my Garmin strap for. I don’t like having a ton of things on my wrists so it’d be cool if I could include it as part of my Garmin.

    3.) My mantra would be “Run, Walk, Crawl…FINISH!”

    4.) I have liked RoadID on Facebook!!

    Thank you for doing this, Theodora, I appreciate your generosity!!

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  31. Jessica Laiti

    I’m training for a charity bike ride in September (I’ll ride a total of 90 miles in 2 days) and my 6th half marathon on November. I would use RoadID on training rides and runs.

    My last RoadID was the velcro shoe one. I love Nicole’s idea above as a watch strap. I’d also love to have one that could transition from shoe velcro to a bracelet, so I could use the same one for my running shoes or on bike rides.

    My mantra is “Find Your Happy Pace.” It’s applicable to both running and biking, and any level of fitness I may be feeling for the day.

    Liked RoadID on Facebook and Following them on Twitter.

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  32. Lia N.

    great giveaway ! i have been wanting to pick one of these up but i’ve been putting it off too.. mostly because i couldn’t decide which style i wanted.. but i would buy the wrist ID sport though ! right now i’m not training for anything, but i’m hoping to do a marathon in a year or two, so i am trying to get into shape for marathon training! eek !

    i follow roadID on both twitter (@nellia) and facebook !!! thanks πŸ™‚

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  33. Beth

    I’m currently training for a 10k, which will be my longest race so far. Considering a half marathon this fall, but haven’t signed up (fully committed) yet! πŸ™‚ Have been meaning to get a Road ID…right now I always have to remember to put my driver’s license in my spibelt.

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  34. Kate

    Not training for anything right now but I’d love to see something I could either put around my ankle or something I could wear as a headband. I don’t always love having things on my wrists when I run. Or what about combining with an iPod/iPhone case?

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  35. Eunice

    I’m training for my second half marathon in November. I run around my neighborhood, but I’m always afraid to stray too far just in case something happens. I always try to let someone know that I’m going out for a run, but the RoadID would give me a little more peace of mind.

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  36. Leslie H

    For my running mantra, I think I’d have “Never Go Back.” It’s important to remember where I was a couple of years ago and how much progress I’ve made.

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  37. Mayumi

    1. Hi! I’m training for my first half marathon in September. So far, I had a few minor injuries, but it’s going okay. I am learning a lot through my training. I usually run with my husband who is also training for his first half marathon in October, but sometimes we need to do solo runs and both of us could use RoadID during those solo runs. Oh, our puppy, Moby, also sometimes joins my husband’s run, so we’ll definitely want one for him πŸ™‚ How great is that they have “the Scout ID”!?
    2. How about anklet RoadID?? It might be annoying for some people to wear it while they’re running, but I do yoga outside sometimes and those yogis who practice yoga outside or on the water might appreciate it!
    3. “Incipe. Dimidium est facti coepisse” would be my mantra. It means “The miracle isn’t that I finished…The miracle is that I had the courage to start.”
    4. I already like RoadID on FB.
    5. I already follow RoadID on Twitter.
    Thank you for this great giveaway!!

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  38. Samantha

    I’m training for my second half-marathon, and then my first marathon in April! I would get the Wrist ID Sport in purple or red! And I would use it for basically any training I do outside — my older brother recently got one bc he mountain bikes all the time, and he’s been pushing me to get one. This would be perfect!

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  39. Samantha

    I would put “This is My TIme” as my mantra…I always try to give as much as I can to help make other people’s lives easier and find myself spread very thin (but I love it!) Running is my stress reliever and it’s my time to focus on me and only me.

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  40. Beth

    I’m training for the Detroit Freep Half-Marathon in October. yay! I would order the shoe ID because I’m worried the wrist one would be distracting. no?

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  41. Jordan

    I’m training for the Rock n Roll Half Marathon in Vegas on Dec. 4th and would love a Road Id for all the running I’ll be doing in a not so runner friendly city πŸ™‚

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  42. megs

    I’m training for my first half marathon (the Disney Princess!). I desperately need to invest in a RoadID. I live in a big city (known for its high crime rate) completely by myself. My boyfriend recently moved away to attend law school and I have no family in the area. I HATE running with my license because it’s cumbersome and I’m afraid I’ll lose it, but it is currently my only option. A RoadID would make so many people in my life feel better about my safety. πŸ™‚

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  43. Lauren

    I’m training for an October marathon, and it’s going well. I’d prob get a pink wrist one and wear it on my long runs.

    New style? Not sure, something rubber like my ironman watch?

    I’d prob put “Gut it the F out” on mine.

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  44. Sarah @ Sarah's Modern Bites

    As far as a new style goes?? Honestly I have really wanted to get a RoadID though I have never seen one in in the real world so I’m not really sure… wouldn’t it be cool to have something like RoadID and a Garmin watch combined??? In pink πŸ™‚ haha

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  45. Sarah @ Sarah's Modern Bites

    I am training for my first half marathon on October 9th with my Sister. It is the B.A.A half in Boston (Same folks who do the Boston Marathon) I am SUPER excited, and nervous too. I am so happy to be doing this with my Sister. I get chills just thinking about crossing the finish line! Training is going pretty good… the humidity in Boston has been a KILLER though. Right now I run 5-6 days a week averaging 3 miles a day (6 on Saturdays and Sundays)…. I run between a 9:30 and 10 minute mile. I am working on my speed…. having a tough time with it.

    I would totally get the RoadID Sport in purple!! I like its sporty look.

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  46. Sarah @ Sarah's Modern Bites

    I LOVE your mantra! My Mother has been bed-ridden with multiple sclerosis for almost 10 years now and I think about that all the time… how she used to be so active and how I have the choice to be active and good to my body because I CAN… she doesn’t have the choice. Can I steal your mantra? πŸ™‚

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  47. Amy

    I actually would give this to my mom, who is training for her 2nd sprint triathlon! She is always out biking and running and I would feel so much more comfortable if she had a road id.

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  48. katie

    well, i should be training for the nyc marathon, but my left shin had other plans….so this would come in just as handy on longer bike rides.

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  49. Maggie

    I’m not currently training for anything, but I am just getting back into running after being injured and then lazy about running. I’d ultimately like to run another half marathon.

    Mine would say “it’s only hard until it’s not.”

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  50. Margaret

    I love the spi belt/road ID combo, I also thought of a wristband that can hold your ipod nano and road id, would be so cool, especially bc road id’s come in sizes, so my small wrists wouldn’t be overtaken by a generic oversided ipod holder thing ma-jigee.

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  51. Margaret

    my road id would say ‘just go with it’, my italian blood gets me fired up, in good times and bad, and i’m learning to just go with what life brings you, and my locker combo, bc I always forget it

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  52. katherine

    Iam training for a half marathon in New Hampshire (smutty nose half). i would use Road ID on my every day running since i run in Los Angeles which at times can be unsafe. i would get a standard color so it would match all of my neon running outfits. i dont ride a bike but maybe a road ID that attaches to a bike might be a good idea. my mantra “run fast and smart”

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  53. Lindsey

    – I’m training for the Nike Women’s Marathon in October… and whoops I’ve been so busy basking in my success from the LA Marathon that I’ve forgotten to start training… better get on that one…
    – I’d love to see some more feminine looking road-id’s!
    – My running mantra is simple and completely unoriginal: “I run to be”

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  54. Kimra

    I’m training for the Giant Race half marathon at the end of August (I get to finish by running the bases at the SF Giants ballpark!) and the Nike Women’s Half in October while debating whether to sign up for a full marathon. I’d get a shoe ID because I don’t like having things on my body while I run — I don’t even wear a watch! I’ve been thinking a lot about what my mantra would be, and I think I’d go with “trust” — because that’s the one thing I have a hard time doing when I run, but if I just trust myself and my training, I know I’ll get through.

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  55. e-kate

    After losing 160 pounds, I am running my first 1/2 marathon at disneyland. I would put” fit and fabulous” on my road id. Oh I hope I win!

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  56. Pam

    1) I’m training for a 5k in two weeks and a half marathon in September. I always thought I had to be able to run 13.1 miles to enter a half. But I’m learning that I can do a run/walk and all is well – I just have to do it!
    2) A spibelt or watch band option would be divine!
    3) I’ve been totally feeling Beyonce lately – “Who Runs the World? I DO!” This is also the first song on my running playlist!
    4) I liked RoadID on Facebook.
    5) I am following RoadID on Twitter.

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  57. Alex

    I am training for my first half marathon and running mostly on NYC streets or the in Inwood Park or along the water. I am actually more afraid of the bikers zipping by than the cars… they always seems to come out of nowhere.
    I would get the slim Id or the elite. My running mantra is: Inhale strength- exhale fear

    Thank you for this great giveaway!

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  58. Lindsay

    Ah I would love this! I am training for my first 1/2 marathon in September and I get a little nervous running in the early morning in the city. My mantra is “if not now, when?” It got me off the couch to sign up for my 1st 5k a year and a half ago and I haven’t stopped since!

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  59. Stacey

    I am a cyclist and am training for the NYC Century. I was in a bike accident and left my ID at home. It was a mess until a good friend went and got it for me. I would love the Wrist ID slim.

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  60. Emily

    I’m training for the Nike Women’s Marathon in October. Training is going ok… I think. I’m loosely following the Hal Hidgeon’s beginner plan. Somedays I feel confident and strong, and some days I feel tired and overwhelmed. I suppose that’s the way it goes though? I live southern CA and the weather has been amazing lately so that’s the good part! I think I like the wrist ID sport the best. Good luck with your training!

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  61. Courtney

    What a great giveaway! I have been meaning to purchase a Road ID for a while now and keep forgetting! But they are such a great idea. I am currently training for a full marathon which is coming up in September here in Wisconsin. It’s going great so far!!

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  62. Cait @ Beyond Bananas

    I’ve been looking into getting one of these FOREVER! I am currently training for a half marathon. I run by myself – early mornings. I’ve had a few close calls with cars – and thought how NO ONE would know whoI was – who to call to tell them I was hurt.. etc. It freaked me out.

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  63. Cait @ Beyond Bananas

    I would use BELIEVE as my mantra. It is something that I’ve used as a mantra for a long time. Through any rough patches in lif e- when things just seem like they’ve gotten out of hand.. I tell myself that I just need to believe.. in myself – in others – and in life πŸ™‚

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  64. Julia

    I’m training for the Denver Rock ‘n Roll half and I’d love one of these for my long runs! This is my first race!

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  65. nicole

    I’m running my 3rd 1/2 marathon this weekend (5th total!) at the SF Marathon. My speeds have picked up over the last two months so I’m looking to PR!

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  66. lindsey

    I’m training for my 4th half marathon in late September. A couple weeks ago I completed my 3rd half marathon and got a personal best of 1:57. I’m hoping to beat that in September!!!

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  67. Allison

    I’m training for the NWM 26.1, which will be my first race in over 4 years since I had to drop out of my senior track season due to low weight/complications with my eating disorder. It’s been a long road but I’m finally back to the point where I am healthy enough to train and race again. A Road ID would be really helpful because I alway run on my own and, due to my school schedule, often during the early mornings or late at night.

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  68. Steph @321delish

    I’m training for an Olympic and a Sprint Tri. I have the old style RoadID, but I’ve moved since then, so I need a new one with my new location and new phone numbers on it. I think I’d go for the road id interactive so I don’t need to keep ordering them when I move!

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  69. tracey

    I liked RoadID on FAcebook and I am now a follower on Twitter.

    I’m training for my second half marathon and it’s going pretty good. I’m only in week 3, but I’m following a more difficult plan this time around, with higher mileage requirements, and proud to report I have conquered them all!

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  70. Elise

    I’m training for the Santa Cruz International Olympic Tri, Half Moon Bay International Marathon and SF Nike Women’s Half Marathon — I’d use it to help people know where to bring me when I don’t make it out of the ocean for the tri (joking — mostly :)). I’d get the Road ID Slim.

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  71. Elise

    my mantra is “one stride at a time” — you never know exactly how a race (or life) is going to turn out no matter how much you train (or plan) — so I like to take things one stride at a time, as we can’t deal with what happens next, only what we’re faced with right now.

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  72. Keeley

    I liked RoadID on facebook and followed them on twitter (although I never actually use my twitter page, haha). I would love a new style to be one that could snap around a strap on your sports bra — possibly similar to the dog collar style they have now but adapted for a sportsbra. I would get the Road ID either Elite or Slim in green or purple. I am training for the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in October with Team in Training and love to run down by the Marina/Golden Gate Bridge in SF πŸ™‚ This is my first race that is longer than a 5K and the last time I even ran that was probably a decade ago! So far, so good though — I just invested in a Garmin 305 which has made my runs so much better (read: more accountable for accurate mileage, haha). LOVE reading the blog!!

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  73. Kathryn

    My mantra is pain is temporary. I have a 10 miler in October. I’m running 4-5 miles now and will start training in August-September.

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  74. kasey

    I was training for my 3rd marathon, and trying to Boston Qualify, when I got a stress fracture – so I’d love a road Id for when I can get back out running (one more week!!!).

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  75. Becky

    I’m training for a sprint distance triathlon and a road ID would be perfect for my runs to work and around my neighborhood!

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  76. Laura

    I live in TX and it is SO freaking hot where I go to college- to the point that running outside is almost a bit scary considering I could, oh I don’t know, pass out from the heat? This would be GREAT for me!

    I’m currently training for a half marathon in March (long away, yes, but I have a really busy semester coming up so I know I need to start now so it doesn’t creep up on me!)

    The quote I would put is “Run for your life” because I gained quite a bit of weight my first two years of college (close to 50 pounds actually) and running is my way of “getting my life back” so I’m literally running.for.my.life. πŸ™‚

    PS I absolutely love your blog. And I’ve always seen these. And they look super hardcore and serve a purpose. And I’m really good at blabbing about products to my friends… sooo they would all want to buy one after me πŸ™‚

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  77. Elizabeth

    I’ve only recently started running and have completed two 5K’s! I’m currently training for a 10K and would love to do some of the training runs outside – if I can get over the heat!

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  78. Breanne

    I am currently training for my 1st 1/2 marathon @ Disneyland in early September. I am always running around LA and it would be great to have one of those πŸ™‚

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  79. Danielle

    I am training for the Women’s Half Marathon in Arizona in November and it’s going well! I would love to try out the Road ID!

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