You probably know Kintner as a bad mountain biker, but it’s worth noting that she’s also a passionate and talented artist who has studied illustration and design at schools in New York and San Francisco. Art is a big part of her life, she said, helping her express ideas, customize equipment, map paths and more.
All participants are encouraged to share their work online. Those over 18 in the United States can enter to win a Bell helmet, specially painted by Made Rad by Tony; a custom set with permission from Wht Lbl, SockGuy, and Handup Gloves; and a Norco Range frame hand-painted by Made Rad by Tony; plus extra prizes from Rapha and Ground Keeper Custom. Do you remember this custom hornet bike painted with last year’s winning design?
In the first week, participants are asked to create their dream helmets and submit their designs by November 21st.
To learn more, visit the Mind Maintenance website and stay up to date with the project on Jill’s Instagram.
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