These super fly peds could be yours for nowt! Just comment to enter

Tiffin has been taken, choclolate digestives and a nice cup of tea as you ask, and properly fortified we've fired up the road.cc random-number-o-meter and jabbed the fickle finger of fate in to doing it's pointy thing at one of the 620 of you that entered.

The randomness and pointing have been done and we have a winner! Come in jablake your number is up and a Look Keo Blade Carbon box shaped hole will be made amongst the cake wrappers and empty coffee cups on my desk just as soon as you get in touch with your address. 

If you weren't lucky enough to win this time you can console yourself by dreaming of what might have been with a quick read through Vecchiojo's review of the pedals and also by the fact that we'll be wheeling out another road.cc Schwag Grab tomorrow.

VecchioJo's verdict on the Look Keo Blade Carbon pedals was they're "Stable, super-light and secure with a positive entry and release – but they’ll cost you". This pair won't cost you, though: we're giving them away to one lucky reader. For free.

What's so special about the Look Kéo Blade? Well, instead of one of those old-fashioned metal spring affairs to keep your cleat in contact with the pedal, you get a 21st century Carbon blade spring instead. The result is a really snappy engage and it's a simple system, plus at 190g a pair they're super-light to boot.

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.