UPDATE, 07/03/2022: THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED, AND WE HAVE OUR THREE WINNERS! THEY ARE:
First prize: stevebower
Second prize: Verdigris
Third prize: Bobonabike
Our three winners will be contacted shortly to arrange delivery of their prizes. Thanks to everyone for entering, and if you weren't one of our winners then better luck next time!
It’s nearly nice enough outside to start logging some serious miles and Sigma might be about to provide you with the perfect tool for the job. They’ve got a ROX 11.1, a ROX 4.0 and a ROX 2.0 to give away and to be in with a chance of winning one, all you’ve got to do is be based in the UK* and drop a comment down below. Three lucky winners will then be chosen at random.
If you’ve been squinting at a tiny, out-of-date cycling computer for the past few years, wishing that you could justify an upgrade then you won’t have to dip your hand into your pocket if you’re lucky enough to win one of these brilliant Sigma ROX computers.
The first random name out of the hat will scoop the Sigma ROX 11.1 sensor pack, worth a cool £249.99. It comes loaded with 150 functions and is fully customisable through the free smartphone app, allowing you to tune it to your riding needs.
On the ROX 11.1 you can have between 1 and 6 data fields showing on a screen and set up multiple screens so that you’re getting just the right data for each situation.
If that wasn’t enough, you have the ability to create different profiles for each bike that you own, ensuring that swapping to a different bike doesn’t leave you with a load of blank and useless data fields.
The second random name from the list will be getting their hands on the ROX 4.0 sensor pack worth £189.99. With the 4.0 you’ll get the heart rate and cadence sensor pack, allowing you to utilise the full training capabilities of the unit.
Sigma says that the ROX 4.0 has user-friendly controls that simply allow you to get on with enjoying your bike ride, safe in the knowledge that your data is being tracked. If you need to follow a route that you’ve created on Komoot, the ROX 4.0 can display a handy navigation arrow along with the distance until the next turn and the name of the road that you’re looking for.
And finally, the third name that our random generator picks out will be getting the ROX 2.0, a small and simple computer that tracks your ride, tells you how far you’ve been, how fast you’re going and then generally just lets you get on with your ride.
The ROX 2.0 has 14 functions but while it might sound simple, it’ll still tell you where you’re going if you need to follow a route and with a range of eBike-specific functions, it’s great if you ride with a bit of pedal assistance.
In total, that’s a prize package worth a whopping £515!
The competition closes at midday on Monday, 7th March 2022, after which the three winners will be picked at random and put in touch with Sigma to arrange delivery of their excellent prize. We wish all entrants the very best of luck, get commenting and we'll reveal the winner next week!
*This competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom only.
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