Well we've closed off the competition now, so no point entering, and the random hand of fate has selected a winner.
Step forward Duncan Gering as it is indeed you!
Everyone else, shuffle sideways looking at your feet. No, you've not won this time, but hey, there'll be another competition soon and you might win that one!
Those charming chaps at MEKK want to offer you, our lovely readers, the chance to win a rather lovely bike, their Poggio 2.8 with carbon frame and fork.
We reviewed Mekk's Poggio 1.5 last year and gave it 4 stars, so this version, with an even better spec should be good enough for anyone! And all you have to do is fill in a form at the bottom of this page!
Our man Mat Brett gave the 1.5 a mark of 4 stars and said "Solid all-round road bike built around a very good frameset for the cash - loads of upgrade potential"
Well the Poggio 2.8, as you might expect, is a definite upgrade on the 1.5 version, including full Shimano 105 22 speed drivetrain.
Here's the full spec:
Frame Size: 47, 50, 53, 54.5, 56, 59cm
Frame: NEW high Modulus Carbon Toray T800 EPS System
Fork: Carbon Fork
Wheelset: Saturae C50 FULL 50mm Rim Carbon wheel
Tyres: Continental Ultra Sport II 700X23C 180TPI
Chainset: 105 22 speed - 170mm (47-50mm) KFC5800DX04L 172.5mm (52-59mm) 50x34T
Rear Derailleur: 105 22 speed
Front Derailleur: 105 22 speed
Shifters: 105 22 speed
Cassette: Shimano CS5800, 11~28T
Chain: KMC X11
Brakeset: Shimano 105
Saddle: San Marco ERA STARTUP POWER
Seatpost: Saturae SP-2003
Handlebar: Saturae HB-3038TB, 48/50=400mm 52/54=420mm 56/58=440mm
Stem: Saturae DA-269 48-50/80mm 52-54/90mm 56-58/100mm
So what are you waiting for? Fill in the form below and you could be riding this gorgeous beast!
Stan, as he is called by virtually everyone, has been in mags and websites for the best part of a century. After a career in catering that included a stint as a wine waiter at the Savoy and owning a sandwich bar in Soho, Stan has published mags in markets as diverse as Remote Controlled models to Cross-Stitching to Overseas Property. Stan has been known to cycle to work occasionally, and is always promising to do it more. As a sideline, he pretends to do voiceovers. Stan's been on the commercial team at road.cc for over 5 years.