Do you know someone who is going out of their way to help others during the current pandemic and who deserves a new bike? If so, Cyclescheme wants to hear from you, with the UK’s largest Cycle to Work provider teaming up with five brands to give away 13 bikes to “incredible individuals"... nominations have now closed in all but the final round, with two Marin Lombard 1's still to give away.
road.cc are official partners of the competition, with our own Elaine Curtin announcing the winners after each round of voting is closed! Cyclescheme says:
“There are thousands of people working hard to keep us all safe and looked after during this uncertain time. From frontline workers, to support staff and the everyday people just making a difference.”
Cyclescheme is asking you to nominate people who are “making a difference” – for example, “someone caring for vulnerable neighbours, a local teacher or someone raising money for charity,” and which bike from a selection provided by partner brands Marin, Raleigh, Ribble, Specialized and Trek they should win.
“Tell us why this person is brilliant and how a new bike could positively impact their life,” Cyclescheme adds.
In the previous rounds, there were three Trek T200 Midsteps (worth £625), four Specialized Ariels (worth £475), two Ribble Hybrid ALs (worth £699) and two Raleigh Stow-E-Ways (worth £1,350) given away. The winners so far are:
D. Guy: Trek Adventure Touring Midstep
C. Nicoll: Trek Adventure Touring Midstep
H. Lunn: Trek Adventure Touring Midstep
K. Pyle: Specialized - Ariel
J. Wilson: Specialized - Ariel
B. Wall: Specialized - Ariel
J. Szyszlyk: Specialized - Ariel
S. Franzetti: Ribble Hybrid -Al
F. McGill: Ribble Hybrid -Al
Raleigh Stow-E-Way winners TBC
There are still two bikes left to give away courtesy of Marin for two deserving winners, and you can make nominations until 30th April. The Marin Lombard 1 has an RRP of £895, and its all-road credentials make it ideal for commuting, weekend hacking on mixed terrain or even a steady winter club run.
You can find full details of the giveaway, including terms and conditions, and make your nominations here.
Simon joined road.cc as news editor in 2009 and is now the site’s community editor, acting as a link between the team producing the content and our readers. A law and languages graduate, published translator and former retail analyst, he has reported on issues as diverse as cycling-related court cases, anti-doping investigations, the latest developments in the bike industry and the sport’s biggest races. Now back in London full-time after 15 years living in Oxford and Cambridge, he loves cycling along the Thames but misses having his former riding buddy, Elodie the miniature schnauzer, in the basket in front of him.