Due to popular demand, we've created a team/group Picky "sponsorship" called Picky Teams. As a Picky Team you can order bars in bulk for your group/organization and get them at a discounted price of $2/bar! Crazy, we know. The minimum is 100 bars per order and you can order as often as you'd like. Sports teams, hiking groups, sewing circles—all groups are welcome to submit, but only the best will make it into the elite ring of Picky Bars teams.
To apply, or if you have questions, email email@example.com.
Applications need to include the following:
• Team Name
• Number of members
• Number of bars you'd like to order
• Contact person/info
• Why you've got what it takes to be a Picky Team
Applications can also include:
• Photo or logo
We are already receiving a lot of applications, so please keep your answers concise.
We are proud to finally present you with our Picky Teams. These groups have passed the rigorous application process and entered the elite realm of Picky Teamdom. This grants them the ultimate privilege of purchasing Picky Bars in bulk quantities. For more info and to apply, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
# of members: 4
"We love to run and eat. Specifically run fast and eat well. And when we're not running or eating we're working on bringing super flattering tops and non-poofy running shorts to the women of running."
Picky Family Goetz Faster
Where: New Fairfield, CT
Activity: Running and triathlons
# of members: 5
"We have what it takes to be a Picky Team because we are an active and picky family - dad is a high school XC/track coach whose team just won their conference, mom is a runner/triathlete and was until recently president of the New Fairfield Flash track program for middle school kids. Alysha (age 20) walked on to the Notre Dame XC/track teams her freshman year and is still involved with the team, Ryan (age 17) runs XC and track and since discovering Picky Bars he has improved from being the number 9 runner on his team to the number 4 runner in his recent conference championship! Cailin (age 7) is running along trying to keep up with the rest of us, she plays "indoor track meet" in our house during the winter when she can't run barefoot in the yard outside!"
Bay Area Cycling Meetup
Where:San Francisco Bay Area
# of members: >1,700
"We like clean energy in the bay area!"
Proctor Cycling Team/Peoria Bicycle Club
# of members: 100+
We have what it takes to be a Picky Team because we strive for a high power to weight
ratio while spinning the pedals just like Picky Bars strive to provide
the ideal carb/protein ratio in every bar.... and we need all the
freaking science we can get to sprint across the finishline!"
Team Adrenaline powered by EPC
# of members: 80 and growing
"Our team is full of people excited about training together for triathlons and competing to the best of our abilities. We love being outdoors, moving our bodies, and eating healthy. Picky Bars is a perfect training and recovery snack!"
Where:Long Island, NY
# of members: 100
We love our sport, we love life, we love training, we love training hard and consistently, we love our easy recovery days, we love peaking at the right time, which it seems we always do, we love giving back to our sport, and we love being constructive athletes and people in society, and we love the reward of a good tasting treat after hard work! That's us...call us P-I-C-K-Y about we love and do, but that's us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Black Duck Racing
Where: The team is located throughout the US, most racing/training is the Northeast US, team headquarters in State College, PA
Activity:Endurance Racing (ie: distance running, marathon, triathlon, cycling, climbing)
# of members: 6
BlackDuck Racing was started in 2011 comprised of ex-professional athletes, US National Team members, and collegiate athletes. In an effort to shun the rule-centric structure and social obligations of other established teams, BlackDuck Racing strives to enhance the endurance sport lifestyle and the spirit of competition. Retired US Team members and pro cyclists, century riders, and collegiate athletes made up the first class of BlackDuck Racing. We have a marathon runner with a 3:08 PR, crit riders, time-trialists, and triathletes with multiple podiums in 2010 and 2011. Even though the majority of the team competes individually, we all look to the team for training support and advice. Being part of the Picky Team will serve not only to fill a void in our nutrition plans, but prove to be advantageous to Picky Bars as well
Team Run Flagstaff
Where:Flagstaff, AZ 7000 ft
# of members: 200+
Rolf Prima Triathlon Team
Where:Eugene,OR (Picky headquarters)
# of members: 10
We love to train in the rain, sun, snow, and water. Weʼd all choose the sun over rain
except when it gets really windy AND rainy and we are 1 hour into a 4 hour ride. We
just chalk that up as a character building training day. Itʼs nothin'. Plus, we run after we
ride, so there is no use getting too worked up about a few minutes of rain within a 5
hour training day. Then, we eat a lot. The Rolf Prima Triathlon team is a fantastic group of people who get hungry with all the training and living we do. We want to support a local company and do what we can to advocate endurance sports. We would be stoked to be fueled by Picky Bars!!
Girl Scout Troop 40149
Where:Mount Vernon, WA
Activity:Healthier Eating- Summer Camping trips and monthly adventures
# of members: 10 girls, 4 adults
We live in the Great Pacific Northwest. We have access to three mountain ranges (Cascades, Olympics, and Canadian Kootenays) the rivers, the Puget Sound, and the Pacific Ocean. Many of our school's youth are complacent and happy being indoors 24/7-365. Our troop is trying to break this culturally bad habit by doing things every month to encourage each other in living a healthier better manner. These past few months we have been working on nutrition and how that will affect us physically, mentally, and yes - spiritually. The girls have decided that they want to do each outing and troop meeting with only healthy foods.
The Lawrenceville School Cross Country Team
Where: Lawrenceville, NJ
Activity:High School Cross Country Runners
# of members: 30
A great group of dedicated boys and girls. Girls - 2011 MAPL Championships 1st, 2011 NJISAA Championships 3rd. Boys - 2011 MAPL Championships 1st, 2011 NJISAA Championships 2nd. And, best of all, Coachie(!!!), Coach Ed Poreda, who has been coaching the Boys Cross Country team at Lawrenceville for over 50 years.
Tri Team PDX
Where: Portland, OR
# of members: 40
We have what it takes to be a picky team because we are a social, interactive and youthful group. We have lots of connections, a great image and ultimately a philanthropic goal as well.
Saint Mary's Pirates Cross Country and Track Team
Where: Colorado Springs,CO
Activity:Distance Runners grooving on high altitude
# of members:20- 25 members each season
We are super PICKY about what we eat and how we train -- Picky Bars are the perfect partner for our student athletes!
Where: Team Loco trains together several times a week at various Ys and Tri Clubs in Albany, NY and the Capital Region. And our team trains and races all over, including Lake Placid, Philadelphia, North Carolina and even Kona, Hawaii
Activity:Triathlons, Ironman, Marathons & any other challenge that appeals to our team of Endurance Junkies!
# of members:10 to 15 athletes for the 2013 season
Because we’re freaking LOCO, dude J And we are a small community of driven, inspiring and energetic athletes! Team Loco makes it a priority to train smart, work together to exceed our goals and enjoy it, which enables us to improve our performance on race day!
Triathlon Club of Reno-Tahoe
# of members:75ish and growing!
We're a fun, outgoing, fairly ridiculous group of athletes that train hard and race hard and we need wholesome healthy fuel!!!
Team Wild Turkeys
Where: Our team is composed of participants from across the U.S. We have members in New York (8), Chicago (1), Denver (1), Boise (2), Spokane (1) and Aspen (5). We all have roots in Aspen, Colorado, in some way, shape or form and gather there at least twice a year to train and to party.
Activity:Triathlon, and other endurance event
# of members:18 Members
We are a triathlon team in our 2nd year hoping to be considered as a Picky Team! We LOVE Picky Bars, for just about every occasion, and can't get enough. While we are a relatively new team, many of our members are established triathletes. As a team we have competed in over 40 triathlons, all across the country. In addition to training and racing hard, we take pride in our attitude, with a central mission to make triathlon fun and lively. We feel that our attitude jives well with the witty, lively and awesome messaging and brand image of Picky Bars and we'd love to be officially affliated with a brand that we already love. We make an effort to come together at races, a time to congregate, laugh, love, and crush the competition. We are a close group of friends, a bunch of turkeys, and we love to have a great time before, during and after the race. We also keep a running ‘stack rank’ of our competitors, essentially weekly odds on the likelihood of victory for each team member, it get’s pretty intense…in a good way.
Bike MS: Waves to Wine Ride
Where: San Francisco to Sonoma County
# of members: 2000+
We attract over 2500 (registered) riders from around Northern CA. We are looking for new bars to be at our event to promote and help our riders as they ride for 2 days and 150 miles while raising $2.5 million for MS.
Jared & Frency Moore
Where: Pensacola, FL
# of members: 2
We definitely appreciate and believe in the Picky product and feel certain we could help you continue to bolster the buzz in the Southeast.
TriGuy Multisport Coaching
Where: Philadelphi, PA
# of members: 1
Triathlon Coach Alan Kipping-Ruane that wrote a sweet article on Picky Bars. Check it out!
SoCal Tri Club and CSULB Triathlon Team
Where: Philadelphi, PA
# of members: 25–40
The SoCal Triathlon Club is a new community club started by a few recent college graduates who were looking for a helpful team atmosphere and some healthy competition after finishing the collegiate route. The club welcomes athletes of all ages, skill levels, and experiences. Email us at email@example.com to get more information.
The CSULB Triathlon Team is made up of members racing anything from their first sprint triathlon on up to Iron-Distance races. The team's yearly focus is the West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference (WCCTC) races during the spring semester. This club offer training for members at any level, from beginner to seasoned racers, and we offer a wide range of opportunities to our members. From our meetings, to weekly practices and races, it's a great organization to get involved in.