Win With The $10,500 Ultimate Garage Giveaway

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Keep an eye out for the latest edition of Bicycling Australia magazine - full competition and prize details are inside!

Bicycling Australia are giving away over more than $10,500 of cycling gear as part of a Spring / Summer subscription drive. This is an awesome opportunity to not only have the nation's #1 cycling magazine delivered to your mailbox, inbox or both, but also win some sensational cycling products.

We have a store room packed with the latest gear from Thule, Scody, MAAP, Super B and Michelin ... and we look forward to seeing one very fortunate reader ride away with the lot!

To go into the draw to win simply subscribe to Bicycling Australia and answer one short question. You can subscribe for 1-year / 6-issues for only $82.

  • You'll save over 10%
  • Receive both print + digital options
  • Never miss an issue!

CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE AND ENTER 

The Prize Pack Includes -

Thule Accessories Pack worth $5,000+

  • 1 x Thule EasyFold XT 2 bike carrier
  • 1 x Thule complete Roof Rack System (vehicle specific)
  • 1 x Thule Motion XT roof box (medium)
  • 2 x Thule Subterra Split Duffel luggage
  • 1 x Thule RoundTrip Pro bike bag

Find out more about Thule


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Scody Custom Cycling Kit worth $2,000+

Kit out your whole team with 5x Elite Cycling Kits in your own custom design. Kit includes bib and jersey.  Work with the SCODY design team to create your own unique designs. SCODY will then make the garments for you in their Brisbane factory and deliver to you within 4 weeks.

Find out more about Scody

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The total prize package is vauled at more than $10,500.


MAAP Merch Pack worth $1,500+

  • 2 x Encore Pro Base Jerseys
  • 2 x Pro Bib Shorts
  • 1 x Stash Vest
  • 1 x Training Jersey
  • 2 x Socks

Find out more about MAAP

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Super B Took Kit worth $1,000+

  • Heavy Duty Shop Apron
  • SUPERB Cap Black
  • Deluxe Storage Stand
  • 50cm Magnetic Rack
  • Versatile Cleaning Kit
  • Replace Pins Set For Chain Rivet Extractor
  • T/L Handle Hex Set
  • Essential Tool Kit - Saddle Mount
  • 35 Piece Bicycle Tool Set
  • Spoke Wrench Bottle Opener Key Ring
  • Universal Chain Rivet Extractor

Find out more about Super B


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MICHELIN FOLDABLE TYRES WORTH $1,000+

  • Tube Presta - Aircomp Ultralight - 700x18-25C - 52mm
  • Lithion .2 - 700 x 23C - Foldable - Blue
  • Lithion .2 - 700 x 23C - Foldable - Blue
  • Lithion .2 - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Grey
  • Lithion .2 - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Grey
  • Power All Season - 700 x 28C - Foldable - Sport
  • Power All Season - 700 x 28C - Foldable - Sport
  • Power Competition - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Race
  • Power Competition - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Race
  • Power Endurance - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Sport - Red
  • Power Endurance - 700 x 25C - Foldable - Sport - Red
  • Power Competition - 700 x 23C - Foldable - Race
  • Power Competition - 700 x 23C - Foldable – Race

Find out more about Michelin Tyres

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With thanks to:

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CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE AND ENTER


Conditions: This offer is only open to readers with an Australian postal address. All readers who subscribe with the promo code ‘/19111’ will be emailed a short question that must be completed in order to finalise their entry into the competition. Competition closes 19 January, 2020. Winner will be drawn w/c 3 February, 2020 and contacted directly by Yaffa Media. Customer enquiries to subscriptions@yaffa.com.au.

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