Well, £178. But what's a couple of quid between friends? We'll throw in some stickers...

Golly, you lot like Shutt VR kit, this was our most commented Schwag Grab ever! Tiffin has now been taken (a rich tea biscuit since you ask… poor show I know, but hey ho) and the road cc random-number-o-meter has jolted the fickle finger of fate in to life… and who is it pointing to this week?

Step (or possibly scamper) forward Hamster who wins the Shutt VR Signature top and the ProKnicks 3/4s. We're guessing you're not a real hamster… interesting if you were though – sizing could be awkward mind. 

Never fear if you weren't lucky this time - there will be another Schwag Grab along shortly, tomorrow even and we can promise that it will be a particularly awesome one.

In the meantime thanks to Shutt VR for putting up such a good prize… and maybe you'd like to read about what you might have won one last time…

What's up for grabs? Well, a nice little combo that'll sort you out for your autumn rides. For starters there's a long sleeve Signature top in black, which is a classy Sportwool affair with Shutt's banded signature strip across the front. It's designed as a 3-season road top but it's popular with 'crossers and MTBers too. To go with that you'll be getting a pair of Shutt's bib 3/4 knicks, which feature a ten panel Coolmax design and a brand new 3D pad that's the next one up from pads you'll find in some much more expensive kit than this. That's the best part of £180 worth of top quality cycling clothing up for grabs, and all you have to do to be in the hat is comment below.

Usual schwag grab rules apply, and we'll be drawing the winner at tiffin o'clock a week on Monday (that's 11 October, fact fans) to give us something to look forward to after the Cycle Show; don't forget to visit the Shutt chaps on stand D27B if you're going, they'll be running daily compos and giveaways all week.

Dave is a founding father of road.cc and responsible for kicking the server when it breaks. In a previous life he was a graphic designer but he's also a three-time Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling world champion, and remains unbeaten through the bog. Dave rides all sorts of bikes but tends to prefer metal ones. He's getting old is why.