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Who won the Triban RC 500 Mid-Season Cycling Gloves?

It was another mixed bag of weather this weekend but loads of you got out on the bike regardless!

We were certainly impressed by the number of entries this week and how many of you look like you're enjoying riding at this time of year. 

The rider with the biggest smile on their face is undoubtedly going to be our winner, who walks away with a brand new pair of Triban RC 500 Mid-Season Cycling Gloves.

They're perfect for the cool temperatures that we're getting and we know they'll be getting a lot of use in the coming months.

Our winner this week sent us this cracking pic from her leisurely 40-mile spin around the Norfolk lanes.

Congrats to Boo! We'll be in touch. But remember that Decathlon will be back with another great weekend of cycling and another prize to be won.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

COTSWOLDS SPRINT DUATHLON = Done another Sunday out racing with a casual 4.30am start thanks to @toughrunneruk and @sudeleycastle for some stunning scenes this morning! 5km run, 18km bike and 5km run completed in 1.35! Great to be back out on the bike in over 3 weeks off riding! Until the next time #runbikerun #sprintduathlon #cotswolds #sudeleycastle #toughrunner #whyiride #thisgirlcan #getupgetout #womenscycling #teamliv #rapha #zonethree #outdoorsisfree #livavail #livcycling #fitter #faster #stronger #winchcombe #gloucestershire #sundayfunday #goodvibesonly #mindovermatter #run #runningmotivation #healthiswealth #happy #englishcountryside #thegreatoutdoors #mycyclingweekend @decathlonuk_cycling

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Tuscany Day 2 - More rain more miles more elevation 3 crashes and a close shave

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Well that was edifying. Granite Challenge 2019 for Action Mental Health, with a cycle from and to Belfast thrown in for the craic to make 110 total miles. (Mostly) dry roads and clear skies, great scenic route and top event management. Tough enough day with all the climbing being a into a relentless headwind, and the closer to Spelga, the heavier it got. Don’t mind the brutality of the workout, but I did come away feeling like I’d underperformed a bit today. For all the extra miles, I seem to have less torque than this time last year. Might have to add intervals to the hill repeats in the winter training. #instacycling @action_mental_health #granitechallenge #sportive #mycyclingweekend #wymtm #roadslikethese #mournemountains #spelgadam #headwinds #lessonslearned

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Son of a Marathon runner, Nephew of a National 24hr Champion, the racing genetics have completely passed him by. Liam spends his time plodding his way through cyclocross races, very busy not winning. As an advocate for perfectly clean chains, he can be found cleaning his bike instead of training. A shop mechanic, Liam has many helpful skills, such as being able to identify 'cross tubs by the tread pattern alone. If you bump into him, he'll probably be eating.