A massive response to this schwag grab, with 350 of you pleading your case for the Shutt VR goodies in just a few days. There can only be one winner though, and as we wiped the tiffin crumbs from our mouths they fell onto the desk to form the username of the lucky reader*
And that reader is...
Congratulations AC, or A if your surname is 'Clucas'. get in touch with your vitals and we'll pass them on to the nice chaps at Shutt. There'll be more schwag soon and a big prize pot from Rose bikes next week to boot...
*this didn't happen
Thanks to those very nice chaps at Shutt VR we've got some more fantastic summer cycling kit to give away in the shape of a very lovely Sportwool Jersey from their new summer range and a pair of their new Pro Bib Coolmax shorts.
The jersey in question is the Summer Sportive LE, a stylish bit of kit aimed at the sportive rider that doesn't want to look like a wannabe pro, we really like both the colours and the classic styling.
Shutt VR say: Made from lightweight 28% merino content eyelet Sportwool fabric throughout, the Summer Sportive provides you with superb comfort and performance, no matter what your riding style or length of your challenge.
Sounds good to us.
The other part of this week's Schwag Grab is a pair Shutt's Pro Coolmax Bib Shorts (or the female equivalent). Both the mens and women's versions of the Pro Bibs feature a 10 panel design and the men's ones have been getting some great comments on our forum recently. As well as those 10 panels you get a Pro-Gel anti-bacterial chamois insert, flat seams and Shutt's own "soft gripper" to stop the shorts riding up.
Usual Schwag Grab rules apply and we'll be firing up the random number-o-meter when the big hand is pointing at tiffin on Friday afternoon.
To find out more about Shutt VR's summer range visit their website at: www. shuttvr.com
Plucked from the obscurity of his London commute back in the mid-Nineties to live in Bath and edit bike mags our man made the jump to the interweb back in 2006 as launch editor of a large cycling website somewhat confusingly named after a piece of navigational equipment. He came up with the idea for road.cc mainly to avoid being told what to do… Oh dear, issues there then. Tony tries to ride his bike every day and if he doesn't he gets grumpy, he likes carbon, but owns steel, and wants titanium. When not on his bike or eating cake Tony spends his time looking for new ways to annoy the road.cc team. He's remarkably good at it.