As promised, we've now drawn the winners so the competition is closed!
Andy Stevens, who wins the Castelli Travel Bag
John Mills, who wins the £350 Sportive Breaks Voucher
Hollie Newton who wins the Velovault Bike Box
Winners will be contacted shortly by email and if you didn't win, well, enter another competition!
Now if you're the kind of cyclist that likes to travel with your bike, we've got just the thing for you here.
Actually, not just a thing, but 3 things. 3 rather delightful prizes courtesy of Sportive Breaks Ltd.
And because it would be rather unfair to allow someone to win all of these wonderful prizes, you can win one of them. So there will be 3 winners. Yes, 3. Count 'em! And added together the prize fund comes to over £1000.
So what can you win?
A Sportive Breaks Voucher for £350 to put towards any of their 2017 breaks including Stelvio Santini, Mallorca 312, La Marmotte, Paris Roubaix, Etape du Tour & many more. So if you're looking to ride one of the top European Sportives in 2017, Sportive Breaks are specialists in travel to these events. You can get your official sportive entries, transfers from the airport and accommodation in the best bike hotels in Europe. And this all comes with with a price guarantee so you can be sure to get the best pricing online on all hotel bookings. So you could be flying out to Mallorca or The Alps wherever, and saving yourself £350.
A Castelli Rolling Travel Bag (value £199)
This looks pretty neat eh! It meets most airlines' carry on requirements and with a 43 Litre capacity, plenty of room for a week away!
A VeloVault Bike Box (value £459)
Now that will protect your bike properly. Our man Dave Atkinson reviewed this in September last year and gave it 4 stars, and summed it up with "Versatile and secure travel box for your bike, with plenty of room and good quality construction"
And to be in with a chance of winning any of these 3 prizes (and it's going to be pot luck) all you have to do is enter using the form below.
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