Whose idea was it to have over 50 winners? Well, here they all are in order fo what you've won! Congratulations to all the prize winners, Cycle Surgery will be in contact soon.
First off, look who's won the Orbea Avant M20 Team Disc, it's only Stephen Keane!
1 Men's and 1 Women's Gore Bike Wear Shakedry Jacket worth £230 each. These go to Stuart Black and Emma Cordani
The Oakley Jawbreakers: John Prentice
8 x Sets of Elite Vico Carbon Bottle Cages and Fly Bottles:
Yasuhiro Shimanuki, Mark Koduah, Chris Wiltshire, Dave Jones, Keith Gilmour, Jan Lloyd, Vilhes Gael, Neil Baty.
20 x Sets of GT8 bike maintenance products:
Jodie Cook, Cathryn Crawshaw, Samantha Philpott, Avril Randall, Cerys Thomas, Melissa Oxley, David Baxter, Rebecca Roberts, Ceri Woolsgrove, Ian Cooper, Ryan Southwood, Chris Burgess, Stuart Smith, Sandra Blickett, Ian Millar, Ian Brumpton, Fran Egleton, Jacqueline Wright, Lyn Jones, Emily Slough.
And the 20 winners of the Asssavers are:
Liam O'Farrell, Jo Osman, Hassni Malik, Craig Robinson, Claudio Fardella, Robin Flett, Reg Goodrum, Colin Rogers, David Tekyi, Daniel Constable, Ryan Cushion, Rhiannon Alwen, Josh Starr, Chris Michael, Nancy Sykes, Peter Hardy, David Garrett, Julian Dunn, Arkadiusz Wojtas, Will Johnson.
So congratulations to all the winners and commiserations to all the losers.
Boom! We've got a very tasty Orbea Avant M20 Team Disc to be won in one of our best competitions ever courtesy of those nice people at Cycle Surgery. Those of you that follow these things closely will know we've given bikes away before but we've never backed that up with 50 yes FIFTY runners up prizes to soften the blow of not winning the star prize… well,soften the blow for 50 of you at least.
So let's have a look at our treasure trove of prizes starting with the star the Orbea Avant M20 Team Disc. Orbea were one of the first big brands to start putting disc brakes on higher end endurance bikes when they launched the first generation of the Avant - we were well impressed back in 2014 when we reviewed that earlier version, with Dave Arthur going so far as to ask if it's combination of disc brakes, increased tyre clearances and hidden mudguard mounts meant the Avant was 'the future of road bikes?' The 2017 model build on that being both lighter and stronger and now coming with thru axles front and rear to eliminate any disc brake induced flex. We haven't reviewed the 2017 version but it has scored well with some of our rivals. It's defo a bike worth having and the icing on the cake is that up until the Cycle Surgery sale started it would have cost you £2,399 to own one.
If you don't win the bike you could still win one of two Gore Bike Wear Shakedry cycling jackets worth £230 each, some Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm sunglasses worth £175, loads of GT85 lube, plus Elite bottle cage and bottle sets, and some Ass Savers too.
Orbea Avant M20 Team Disc 2017 RRP: £2399 (currently £1599 at Cycle Surgery)
Orbea have a track record for producing great bikes and the Avant M20 Team Disc looks the part. We reviewed its predecessor, the Avant M10D back in 2014 and gave it 8/10 with our man Dave Arthur saying "It offers great performance in a wide range of situations and conditions that makes you wonder if this is how all road bikes will look one day with appealing versatility" but we've not been able to get this version in for review yet.
Here's the Avant M20 team Disc full spec for those of you who may want a tad more detail:
Frame: Orbea Avant carbon OMP disc. monocoque construction. Tapered 1-1/8" - 1.5". BB 386mm. Thru Axle 12mm x 142mm rear. Internal cable routing. 27.2mm seat tube.
Fork: Avant OMP carbon disc fork. full carbon steerer. tapered 1-1/8" - 1.5". carbon dropouts Thru axle 12mm x 100m.
Headset: FSA 1-1/8 - 1-1/2" Integrated Carbon Cup ACB Bearings
Stem: FSA Gossamer Pro
Handlebars: FSA Gossamer Compact
Front Brake: Shimano RS805 Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake: Shimano RS805 Hydraulic Disc
Brake Levers: Shimano RS805
Gear Shifters: Shimano RS805
Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 6800
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 6800
Crankset: FSA Gossamer Pro 34x50t
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-28t 11-Speed
Wheelset: Mavic Aksium Disc Clincher
Front Tyres: Vittoria Rubino Pro 700x25 120TPI G+
Rear Tyres: Vittoria Rubino Pro 700x25 120TPI G+
Saddle: Hard Black Scratch-2 Tirox size 143 mm
Seatpost: FSA SL-K SB20 27.2x350mm
1 Men's and 1 Women's Gore Bike Wear Shakedry Jacket worth £230 each.
One lucky man and one lucky woman will win these. Gore produce great winterwear and this jacket is no exception. It uses the latest Gore technology to repel water and maintain breathability, plus it's lightweight and packable. It's got a two way front zip and reflective transfers for higher visibility. Again, we've not reviewed this specific model, but we did review the One Active Bike Jacket and Dave Arthur reckoned "Not cheap, but it's far and away the best lightweight waterproof jacket I've ever tested" and since you don't have to actually shell out, what are you waiting for!
There's always the chance the sun will come out when we get that Indian Summer, and when it does, well, you could be the proud owner of a pair of fabulous Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm Road sunglasses worth £175, They're Oakley, do I really need to say anything else? And they look very cool. We've got one pair to give away. Oh, you want more, well our man, Dave Arthur (yes again!) reviewed them here and they got 8/10 and said "after one ride in them you might find yourself unable to go back to your previous glasses. This happened to me." Praise indeed.
We've got 8 x Sets of Elite Vico Carbon Bottle Cages (£25) and Fly Bottles (£6) next up, a neat little pack surely? So here's another chance for 8 of you to win, and well, you can never have enough water bottles can you?
And it's not over yet.....we've also got a further 20 x Sets of GT8 bike maintenance products worth £36 each comprising of:
GT851 - GT85 WETLUBE 80ML £6
GT852 – GT85 DRY LUBE 80ML £6
GT856 – GT85 DEGREASER 400ML £8
GT857 – GT85 BRAKE CLEANER 400ML £8
GT853 – GT85 SILICONE SHINE £6
You all know what a tube of lube looks like, but if not, you can see them in the big prize fund picture.
And finally, yes, finally, we've got 20 AMG743 – ASS SAVER REGULAR RED £10 to give away. You can see one of these in the big prize fund picture. It's an Ass saver and it's red. And 20 of you can win one.
So there you go. 52 prizes in all, worth a monster £3402. 52 winners. All you have to do is enter your details in the form below.
Tony has been editing cycling magazines and websites since 1997 starting out as production editor and then deputy editor of Total Bike, acting editor of Total Mountain Bike and then seven years as editor of Cycling Plus. He launched his first cycling website - the Cycling Plus Forum at the turn of the century. In 2006 he left C+ to head up the launch team for Bike Radar which he edited until 2008, when he co-launched the multi-award winning road.cc - which he continues to edit today. His favourite ride is his ‘commute’ - which he does most days inc weekends and he’s been cycle-commuting since 1994. His favourite bikes are titanium and have disc brakes.