We have a winner for the Vulpine Schwag Grab!

Lots of you told us who you favourite cyclist was not it's time to find our winner

by Tony Farrelly   July 4, 2012  

My word that was a popular Schwag Grab and a very interesting read too, but all good things must come to an end and now it's time to find out who will be walking awy with  a stylish Vulpine Soft Shell Jacket AND a Vulpine Merino Button jersey AND a Merino T-Shirt. The random-number-o-meter has been cranked up and the fickle finger of fate has done its pointy schtick and the winner is…


Like a lot of you, Antonio's favourite cyclist is Mark Cavendish. A bundle of stylish, technical cycle wear will be winging its way to him asap.

Our lucky winner gets to pedal off with some top class clobber from Vulpine's range of stylish, performance oriented clothing that's technical enough to meet the demands of almost any form of cycling, yet casual enough to work off the bike in equally demanding social environments.

We were well impressed in our reviews of their Merino T and Merino Button jerseys… we've also got the Vulpine SoftShell in on review, but that's being done by Vecchiojo and he's an artist so can't be rushed although it's rumoured to be on the way any day now.

And because we enjoyed this competition so much we're going to run another with some more Vulpine goodies really soon, so fret not if you didn't win this time around.

To find out more about Vulpine visit their website www.vulpine.cc and for the Vulpine view on what's going to happen at the Tour next week visit their blog.

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Beryl Burton - how good was she - just the best by miles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Billy Fish

posted by billyfish [8 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 13:19

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Eddy Merckx.

posted by HeadInTheClouds [12 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 13:53

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hugo koblet

posted by wild man [290 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 18:06

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Chris Hoy

J Andrew Hill

Its a marathon, not a snickers


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posted by JAndrewHill [1258 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 18:27

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johnny "tough as rusty old nails" hoogerland

cheers m'dears

2011 Rose Pro-SL 3000 Road
2006 Lemond Alpe d'Huez Broken
1997 Marin Sausaulito Urban bimbling/shopper
1980 Orbea project

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posted by daviddb [127 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 20:00

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posted by Benway [74 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 20:06

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Phillipe Gilbert

posted by jimjarrow [2 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 20:41

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Jan Ullrich - Germany engineering!!!


posted by yacstar [26 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 21:32

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The flawed genius that was Marco Pantani, no one rode a bike like him, everything he did on the bike was a thing of grace and beauty!

At the end of the day...............................
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posted by scannings [24 posts]
2nd July 2012 - 21:39

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sammy sanchez


posted by lukea-d [49 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 0:19

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the girl next door with the tri bike... Devil


posted by tim9877 [41 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 0:35


John Snow!

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posted by PJ McNally [592 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 7:23


Got to be me.

posted by porsche912 [7 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 7:46


stage 2 win wow

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posted by richard64 [29 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 8:42


Chris Hoy. Track legend and super-nice fella.

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posted by the_flat [3 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 9:36


It's gotta be Andy Schleck

posted by dh264 [15 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 10:47


My mother in law Yvonne. 68 years old. Still flies to France every year for a month long bicycle trip with her foldable travel bicycle. Rides the same route as that year's Tour de France. Amazing!

posted by Rhys0017 [2 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 11:21


Thor Hushovd! Legend....

posted by sparrow [20 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 12:46


Mr E(Kannibal) Merckx

posted by BBLeeds [36 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 12:54


Graeme Obree

posted by Redx [36 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 13:30


Alex Dowsett - Having followed his career from an early age (same age as me), his achievements, especially in overcoming Haemophilia are incredible.

posted by worders [33 posts]
3rd July 2012 - 14:25


Laurent Fignon - he rode his own way.



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posted by CycleNut [46 posts]
4th July 2012 - 7:06

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Has to be my 5 yr old boy. Passionate, knowledgable and faster than me Angry Thinking

so unfit, I'm not even fit for nothing!

posted by Izaak30 [107 posts]
4th July 2012 - 14:17


Graeme Obree
You need no other reason http://vimeo.com/45034602

posted by chris4567 [28 posts]
4th July 2012 - 18:09


Graeme Obree - he continues to inspire me

posted by scruffy [11 posts]
4th July 2012 - 18:12


Mark Cavendish.

"Just as every cop is a criminal, and all the sinners saints".

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posted by LondonCalling [146 posts]
4th July 2012 - 18:22


Being Scottish it has to be Robert Millar, great climber.

posted by Highlandcycler [23 posts]
4th July 2012 - 18:23


Fignon, for his insane story from the Tour of Columbia. Out all night, sampling some of the local marching powder, didn't sleep a wink, got on the bike, dominated the stage for the win. They don't build em like that any more.

Last of the riders from the golden age.

posted by bashthebox [762 posts]
4th July 2012 - 18:39


My wife's uncle Jeff

posted by Graphikdan [3 posts]
4th July 2012 - 20:22


Thanks lads the good news is already on Bolton clarion and my facebook page, cheers, keep the schwag coming.


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posted by antonio [1075 posts]
4th July 2012 - 23:03