Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Tour de France Competition #tdf133 - The Prizes

Well, the prizes are sorted.  Details of how the comp #tdf133 is going to work is here

1st prize - Tim Kolln's the Peloton + Herbie Sykes' Maglia Rosa.  Click here and here for more details.  

2nd & 3rd prize - The generous folk at Aprés Velo are offering one 'Work of Art' T-shirt for each of these placegetters.  Aprés Velo "cranked out in 2006 to fill a gaping void within the cycling industry’s casual clothing offering. Incredibly, the grand and noble sport of cycling seemed to have no "after cycle" wear with street cred. Thus began Apres Velo, which is French for "After Cycle".  Our designs cover a broad cross section of attitudinal and quirky graphics, geared towards Bitumen and Bituchix (roadies), non-polluters (commuters), and dirty dudes & dudettes (MtBers)…..something to suit all bike-fixated obsessives." Check out their fab range here.   And here's one of the shirts you could win:


Aprés Velo

4th prize - One year's subscription to The Peloton magazine*. 
5th prize - Ultimate Cycling Boxset DVD Prize Pack - Overcoming, Hell on Wheels, A Sunday in Hell

6th prize - Your choice of cycling cap generously offered by Richard Lee from Bikes, Books, Beers (and also Cycling Art). Check out the selection of caps (from Galstudio on the side bar) and choose which one you'd want to win. I personally think they're the best cycling caps going around.


Bikes, Books & Beers


7th prize - A collection of oils for the cyclist from La Gazetta Della Bici's Oil Range La Clinica Amano. Simon's got some special cyclist oils for the winner- meanwhile check out his new oil range here.  Here's what Bill Strickland had to say about the oils you could win.

La Clinica A mano

8th prize The Peloton (as above) but a year's digital subscription.

Voter's prizes
1st prize - A cap of your choosing from Bikes, Books and Beers (as above)
2nd prize - Really cool green, polka dot, yellow jersey themed coffee mugs from lookmumnohands. See them here
3rd prize - A copy of 'How I Won the Yellow Jumper' by Ned Boulting. Review here.

(*If a US winner, I will send another prize with this one)
(**might need to "work something out" if you don't have an all region dvd player etc and you live outside of Region 4)

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