• 15th July 2008 - By adventuresofgreg

    Win a FREE Trimble Nomad® Handheld Computer!
    Predict my finishing distance and you can win a free
    Trimble Nomad handheld rugged computer.


    The farthest distance a human has travelled under his own power on flat water is 242 km by Carter Johnson on April 29-30, 2006 on Lake Merced, California using a Huki S1-x surfski kayak. On the week of July 27 to August 2, Canadian Greg Kolodziejzyk is going to challenge Carter’s record using a specially designed, state of the art carbon fiber pedal powered boat called Critical Power 2.

    Event sponsor Trimble is offering a free Nomad┬« handheld computer to whoever can come the closest to predicting Greg’s finishing distance during his attempt at a new 24 hour human powered boat distance record.

    The contest is free to enter and open to anyone. Simply fill in your name, email address and distance prediction in miles or kilometers on the form found below.

    The new Trimble Nomad handheld computer delivers maximum performance and reliability in a lightweight and extremely rugged design that’s easy to carry. Featuring built-in GPS, color camera, embedded Bluetooth and 802.11g wireless, the waterproof Nomad weighs just 17 ounces, meets military specifications for drops, vibration, and both high and low temperature operation, and runs Windows Mobile 6. With rounded edges to fit comfortably in your hand, the Nomad works wherever and whenever you need it. More information on the amazing Trimble Nomad can be found here.

    Contest entrants can follow my progress live during the record attempt here at the BLOG: www.adventuresofgreg.com/HPB/HPBmain.html

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