Win a Rainbow Pattern Pride Bag from Timbuk2, BARTable and SF Station

What better way to show your Pride than with this rainbow pattern Pride-themed bag?!? We’ve teamed up with local bag-maker Timbuk2 and local website BARTable to giveaway this sweet bag to one lucky winner!

All you have to do is answer this simple question: What would you put in your brand new Timbuk2 Pride-themed bag? Tell us in the comments section below for your chance to win!

The contest is now closed, the winner will be announced shortly – thank you to all who entered!

BARTable wants you to know that they’ll be operating additional trains throughout Pride Weekend. For a full schedule, locations and times visit: BARTable.bart.gov

Timbuk2 will be releasing this limited edition bag the week of June 20th so keep an eye out on their website or stop by one of their SF Bay Area locations to pick one up for a friend!

See our full list of events for Pride Weekend in San Francisco with our Pride Event Guide

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  1. Congrats to @http://www.livefyre.com/profile/108427433/ And Thank You all for entering!  Have a happy Pride Weekend!

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  2. Popartiste Congrats!  You won! Please email [email protected] for details

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  3. I’d put my journal, laptop, bike gear, and gym sneakers!

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  4. CONDOMS FOR ALL

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  5. MandyDmytrasz June 21, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    My collection of feathers plucked from the wings of Pegasus

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  6. SilveratSilverat June 21, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    What would you put in your brand new Timbuk2 Pride-themed bag? That’s simple, my diabetic café and supplies. I am type 2 and carry my insulin meter and supplies. Since I visit SF in the day time from Oakland, as I am retired senior and disable, I have to also carry food and snacks for diabetics. I also may carry other stuff that I may buy in SF as all merchants wants to charge for a bag fee. and that’s what I would carry along with display the Rainbow culture. 

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  7. A good book, headphones for podcast pleasures, a snack (because hunger never takes a break), a Giants hat just in case Bochy calls me up, and room for the treasure I’m always hoping to find!

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  8. All my rainbow inspired makeup!

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  9. My camera, a note book, a pen and a water bottle. Let’s explore the city, again and again !

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  10. Snacks, books and a jacket for when it gets cold in SF!

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  11. Water, journal, book, sanitizer, tissue, social justice agenda ;D, business cards and probably folder with my resumes until I get a job, haha.

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  12. tommythetiger June 17, 2016 at 9:12 am

    Jacket, time sheets, water, iPad, portable charger, reading material, water, snacks, hand sanitizer, .tissue and anything else I need for a long day out.

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  13. Change of clothes, sunscreen, beef jerky, filled water bottle, my favorite book, map of the SF Bay Area.

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  14. water, clipper card, camera and tchotchkes

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  15. A list of the names of my friends who didn’t live to see gay marriage happen and who didn’t have to see the persistence of hate as represented in Orlando.

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  16. A change of clothes, a BART schedule, and my phone…
    in case I got lucky at the parade!

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  17. water, light jacket, and shoes

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  18. water, snacks, sunglasses!

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  19. beverlynarayan June 16, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    Cookie!  Lots and lots of cookies!  And a book, and a bottle of water or 2.

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  20. MichelleQuinn June 16, 2016 at 4:22 pm

    I would put a hoodie and water in it. Travel light!

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  21. A computer to help me career-switch from bookkeeper to developer, and a water bottle so I don’t buy throwaway bottles of water.

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  22. I would put my kindle, clipper card, and of course my bart and muni guides because SF -got to get around.

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  23. In my pride-themed bag I’d make sure to have: a bottle of Karl the Fog Vodka from Hanger 1, a BiRite sandwich, the latest Dave Eggers novel and an SF Giants pullover (because layers).

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  24. A change of street clothes. That way I don’t have to wear my anthropomorphic giant carrot costume on BART while riding home at 11:00 at night after a long day at work being a giant anthropomorphic carrot.

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  25. Sparkling water, Sofia sparkling wine in a can, Naked tangerine juice, Boulangerie pastries, Thermos of Sightglass drip, fruit salad, binocs, Moleskine, red gel pen, and my boo and I would be ready for a brunch picnic at Baker Beach! Ok, he needs the giant tube of sunscreen, too.

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  26. I’d have everything I need to be me in that bag (cool drink, warm pullover, hot read, phone, pen, etc.)

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  27. I would put my old bag in the new bag.

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  28. I would put a snack bag of sugar snap peas, dark chocolate speculoos candy bar, water infused with cinnamon and cantalope, smartphone and an external battery pack!!!!!  -Michelle L, San Francisco

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  29. MichelleGantos June 14, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    Notebook, camera, glasses, a good book, the newspaper

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  30. From Del Norte to Montgomery and back, with this bag, I’d absolutely put my clipper card, some cash and coins, ID, allergy pills, eye drop, Chapstick, eye glasses, emergency whistle, small flashlight, band – aids, hand sanitizer, small adult coloring book and coloring pencils for the long ride if I can find a seat.

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  31. With the recent events in Orlando, I’d like to make paper hearts of all colors and hand them out to people. I want to attend SF pride to support my community and to spread love. I want to say to each person that no matter what happens in the world, I’m gonna stand by them and help them whenever they need help. There are so many lgbt members who feel alone and I want to let them know that they don’t have to live a lonely life. Even if I don’t win, I’m still gonna pass out hearts cause the lgbt community needs love during this tough time and I’m gonna be a source of light.

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  32. books, my laptop and extra layers for windy days!

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  33. Oh the things I would do with this PRIDE bag….I would use the machine in, “Honey, I shrunk the kids”, and put all my loving Queer friends and allies in there.  Don’t worry, there would be music, a/c, snacks and adult beverages served by waiters in rainbow body paint.  And the music, don’t even fret – – we’ve got a playlist that will keep everyone happy! And I would take these friends of mine to a rooftop party to celebrate PRIDE properly <3

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  34. Sweatshirt and snacks for my daughter. My tablet, workout shoes and a frisbee to meet new friend

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  35. everything i need to walk or bike around the city

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  36. I would give it to my daughter, who Came Out this year! She will fill it with art supplies and take it to the LGBT Space where she hangs out and draws every week.

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  37. SarraElsherbini June 14, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    I would put all the essentials for exploring the city ! Water, iphone, headphones, snacks!

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  38. Global Pride of Being myself and respect towards all others! Will pack picnic gear and some Js.

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  39. In my bag, I would have lesson plans, student work, pens, pencils, highlighters, my laptop, flash drive, a snack, water bottle, wallet, keys, cell phone, chargers, and the 1 ounce of sanity I have left. Being a teacher is a crazy job and definitely requires hauling lots of stuff around. A good backpack is essential.

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  40. I would put my rainbow headband, my rainbow iPod, my rainbow planner, my rainbow wallet and an extra pair of rainbow socks in there.

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  41. My dog and some treats / provisions for said dog

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  42. It would be my adventure bag filled with goodies to eat along the way, snacks for my dog, books, camera, notebooks, and souvenirs ❤

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  43. I’d put in books, wallet, water, Clipper cards & keys

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  44. I would put all my stuff when I travel; cameras, snacks, water, portable chargers, etc.

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  45. From Millbrae to Richmond, and Fremont to Bay Point, I would fill my new backpack with the glory and pride of San Francisco! I would fill my new backpack with clam chowder and sourdough of Fisherman’s Wharf, and the endless taquerias of the Mission District. Hang out at the Castro, and get coffee at SoMA. My backpack would bring glory and pride to all San Franciscans! To end my epic journey, my backpack and I would watch the sunset together at the Bay Bridge knowing that we brought back the glory and pride of San Francisco.

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  46. My Oakland pride. Maybe a slingshot. Definitely my mobile blow out tool kit for when I ride my bike to do my beauty gigs

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  47. My laptop of course!

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  48. I’d fill it with colorful fresh flowers to hand out to anymore that looks like they could use a pick me up..

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  49. Rodriguez4891 June 10, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    THIS WOULD BE MY EPIC ADVENTURE BAG
    FOOD/WATER.
    BIKE LOCK. 
    CAMERA. CHARGER. MEMORY CARDS.
    NOTEBOOK & PEN.
    GOOD BOOK 
    SUNSCREEN!
    FIREWORKS.
    WINE.
    AND ROOM FOR FOUND GEMS & SOUVENIRS

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  50. CocoDealOvalle June 10, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    I’d fill that bag with joy and sunshine! Or more like a laptop, extra layers and dirty secrets (;

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  51. I would use it as my adventure pack. Carry my cameras, laptop, chargers, tripods, hoodie and first aid kit. Use it for all of my adventures.

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  52. I would put in my pride bag a colorful picknick blanket, bottle of wine, fruit, chesse, crackers and head out to a park in San Francisco or Oakland….and enjoy a beautiful day.

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  53. Kittens kittens and more kitties!!!U0001f431

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  54. Lots of condoms and a hoodie :)

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  55. Protein bars and my dog

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  56. All my secret snacks U0001f60bU0001f437U0001f648U0001f602U0001f357U0001f355U0001f364U0001f36bU0001f36d

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  57. Stephen Schur June 10, 2016 at 9:29 am

    into my pack go my bento box lunch, my tablet, my sunglasses, my bike jacket if it’s warm, my telephone so it does not fall out of pocket, bike gloves, a couple of energy bars, a firmly closed water bottle, a rolled up inflatable sit-upon cushion — and there you are, packed with pride.

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  58. Harmony Namaste June 10, 2016 at 9:12 am

    I honestly would just transfer what I have in my backpack now into this groovyU0001f308backpack. Let’s see, I have my wallet, medical cannabis stash, munchies, tarot cards, magic 8 ball and a hoodie. With all that said, all of these precious gems needs a new home, I hope I win!

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  59. I would put capri sun, a snack pack, my xylaphone, and my beanie baby collection!

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  60. Everything I want.

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  61. I would carry my water bottle, snacks and legos for my 5 year old to play with while we commute.

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  62. Since I’m a college student, it would definitely carry my textbooks, writing paper, folders, some pens and some light snacks.

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  63. A glue stick, some assorted art supplies, my art journal, the academic article I’m working on, and my water bottle

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  64. As a super busy commuter, I rely on my bag to carry EVERYTHING I need when I am on the go.  Since I am a full-time worker and part-time grad student, I carry my laptop, copious pens/markers/highlighters, Tylenol (for the stressful days), snacks for the days I can’t stop for food, my iPad to read on the train, and of course two iPhone chargers (one for me, one for the person that’s inevitably going to ask me if they can use mine). Sometimes I feel like I live my life on the go, so my bag is sort of like a portable room for me to make sure I have everything I need for the day to survive in SF.

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  65. field guide, binoculars, water, and snacks for birding :)

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  66. I’d LIKE to say that if I won this awesome bag, the first thing that’d go inside is all my clothes so I could celebrate the pride parade “properly dressed” (naked!). But I’m too shy for that and don’t run very fast… so instead I’d pay it forward. I’d fill the bag with fun pride themed trinkets and water bottles to hand out at the celebration. I <3 SF.

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  67. My wallet, tablet and phone.

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  68. Papers, books, and food of course.

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  69. My lunch and workbook!

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  70. I would take it on Bart with me as part of my daily work commute between SF and East Bay! Filled with snacks, my laptop, Bartable water bottle and my glasses.

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  71. I’d put in my iPad, a bottle of water and my Uniqlo down jacket so I’ll be ready for just about anything!

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  72. The sunshine and my fire spinning gear!!

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  73. I would put snacks and yarn :D

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  74. I would put some snacks, portable charger and a blanket in it!

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  75. I’d bring all my electronics and change of clothes for a day in the city Great bag!

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