So the competition is closed and 5 winners have been chosen at random.
They are in no particular order:
Congratulations, Bob Elliot Ltd, UK distributors of Ravemen will be in touch by email soon.
We don't often get the chance to offer lights up as prizes, but when we do they all seem to come along at once. We've got one now and another in a couple of weeks, so look out for that too. Anyway, up for grabs this week is the excellent Ravemen PR1200 USB Rechargeable DuaLens Front Light. Our friends at Bob Elliot & Co have come up with not one but five of these lights to give away. Each one is worth £99.99.
The Ravemen PR1200 scored an exceptional 9/10 when we reviewed it back in April. Our man Dave Atkinson, he of The road.cc Light Beam Comparison Engine fame (amongst other things) really knows about lights, so he doesn't give 9/10 lightly (yes, I know). He called it a "Fantastic all-purpose light for road and gravel riding that doubles as a handy charger for your devices", and "it's a cracking bit of kit. It has a choice of road and off-road beam patterns, with a proper dipped road beam to stop you blinding other road users, and plenty of power for the dark lanes. There's enough juice in the 5,200mAh battery to run the light all night, and if you've still got some left in the morning the PR1200 has a handy USB output that you can use to top up your phone or your Garmin. The light has a handy LED display that tells you what mode you're in (mountain bike or road), and how long you've got left before you're plunged into darkness.
The light itself is solidly built, with nice touches such as glow-in-the-dark buttons, and you also get a remote switch that you can use to access the full beam when you're flying down a dark descent."
Overall we were seriously impressed with it. It's just about perfect for a wide range of night-time activities (cycling ones, mostly). Anyway, we have five up for grabs, for free. All you have to do is fill in the form below. By doing so you're entering the competition and also agreeing to join the road.cc and Ravemen mailing lists. Good luck!