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This competition is jointly promoted by Farrelly Atkinson (F-At) and CycleOps. Anyone may enter the series rides, but the prizes are restricted to UK residents only.  To qualify for a single week's spot
prize, simply complete the week's group workout or group ride. To qualify for the main prize draw to win a CycleOps Hammer trainer, you must complete at least one series ride and also the Fondo. 


19 Feb - Group workout
26 Feb - Group ride
5 March - Group workout
12 March - Group workout
19 March - Group ride
26 March - Group workout
2 April - Group workout
9 April - Group ride
23 April - Fondo


Main Prize: 
Hammer direct drive trainer

Spot Prizes:
4 x CycleOps Training mat                                  
2 x CycleOps riser block                                      
2 x CycleOps sweat Guard


We will work with Zwift to draw the winners at random and post the winners on the Zwift will send each winner an email to the address they registered on Zwift notifying them that they've won.

As a winner you have one week (7 days) to claim your prize. if you don't claim it then it will be redrawn. We're not responsible for the non-receipt of a winner's email. We won't collect your data and we will only use your details to contact you if you've won.  Winners must be willing to share name and contact information to competition promoters in order to claim a prize.

The promoters retain the right to make all eligibility decisions. The promter's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. There's no cash alternative for any prize, although the promoters reserve the right to substitute a prize of equal value subject to availability. If you are a winner in the competition you acknowledge and agree that neither the promoters, nor any of their officers, employees, agents or subcontractors shall have any liability to you whatsoever in connection with your use and/or possession of your prize. By taking part in the competition you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions, the competition rules and the decisions of the promoters. 

These competition rules are governed by English law. Any disputes arising shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England, save that the promoters shall be entitled to take action against a third party in any other jurisdiction.