• The Bianchi Infinito CV, as ridden by members of Team Lotto NL Jumbo in the 2017 Paris-Roubaix.
    The Bianchi Infinito CV, as ridden by members of Team Lotto NL Jumbo in the 2017 Paris-Roubaix.
Close×

One Week To Go: Win A $6000 Bike In The #Bianchi4Bowral Competition

Comments Comments

Registered to ride the 2017 Bowral Classic yet? If not we've got more than 6000 reasons for you to do so today! 

The competition is off to a cracking start with many uploading their photos for the opportunity to win a $6000 Infinito CV.

To be held in the cycling-centric Southern Highlands on October 22, the Bowral Classic is Bicycling Australia's signature Gran Fondo event. With just weeks to go until the 45km, 120km & 160km rides, supporting partners Bianchi Australia are offering one registered rider the chance to win a Bianchi Infinito CV valued at $6199.

Entry is simple - just follow these steps to be in the running.

Register to ride the Bowral Classic at www.bowralclassic.com.au

Upload a photo of yourself with your current bike to Instagram and include the hashtag #bianchi4bowral 

 Images will be auto reposted to a gallery on the Bowral Classic Facebook page. 
The image with most Facebook likes by 6pm October 21 2017 wins - Instagram likes don't count.

Remember you need to be a registered Bowral Classic rider to enter. Register now at www.bowralclassic.com.au

The winner will be announced on Sunday October 22 at the Bowral Classic with the bike presented immediately after the event. Final sizing and fit out will take place at Atelier De Velo, Clarence St, Sydney.

Each photographer retains the copyright of any entered images. The entrant provides Bowral Classic and Bianchi Australia a limited-use authorisation to use images for the sole purpose of promoting this competition. If used, images will be credited with the name of the photographer, if provided.

The competition is open to all registered Bowral Classic riders with the exception of employees or contractors of Yaffa Media and Bianchi Australia.

Happy snapping, good luck, and we look forward to seeing you at the Bowral Classic.

comments powered by Disqus

Mountain Biking Australia

Canadian elite racer Eandre Bouchard successfully defended his lead to claim the overall 2017 MEPT – Crocodile Trophy race victory after eight gruelling stages.

Not content with building Tassie’s biggest park, Dirt Art aims to make small Victorian town one of Australia’s “leading MTB destinations”.

Aussie downhill hero adds prestigious enduro title to his downhill world titles.