There's no time left, if you haven't entered, don't! Because we've just picked the winner!
So the lucky winner of the Reilly T325 Titanium Frameset is.....
Robert Lawrence! Congratulations, Robert, Reilly will be in touch soon.
Boom! Now this is what we call a bike compo, your chance to win a Reilly T325 Titanium frameset - that’s frame, fork and headset worth £1,699. You also get to choose whether you want the cable routing to be Di2/EPS, mechanical or eTap compatible.
Brakes are of the calliper variety - which should keep the purists among you happy too - we’ve got more frame details below.
David Arthur gave the T325 a First ride review back in October 2015 and he was impressed, describing it as “beautifully finished” and "an endurance bike designed for all-day comfort, the Reilly T325 … is full of speed, sharp handling and playfulness”. Sounds like your sort of bike!
All you need to do is add wheels, drivetrain and finishing kit (maybe swap them off your existing bike) and you’ve got your dream bike.
Reilly T325 frameset technical details:
Level top tube
3AL-2.5V Double Butted seamless tubes
Di2/eps or mechanical to choice
Caliper brakes only from stock
Designed for 28c tyres if needed
Breezer cowled dropouts, super stiff
CNC 44mm head tube for Reilly Chrono headset or King inset 7
English threaded BB
31.6mm seat post size
35mm band on front changer
Tubing UTS 975MPA
Bright brushed finish as standard
Mirror and bead logos are an option
Weight from 1275 grams
Frameset, including frame, Reilly ultralight 290gram tapered fork and Chrono headset £1699.00
Right that's enough technical detail let's look at the frame and get all wistful while we imagine choosing what we'd like to build it up with and riding off on… (I say 'we' but I can't actually enter - I can though type through gritted teeth, it turns out).
Looks pretty special doesn't it? Just add wheels, handlebars, saddle, groupset etc, and you're off. What's not to like?
To win this gorgeous piece of titanium, all you have to do is fill in your details below. Don't forget to read the Ts & Cs though, UK only, no multiple entries! No road.cc editors!
As Mrs Doyle said: Aw, go on!
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