LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cycling enthusiasts and novices alike can be in with a chance of getting their hands on a top of the range road bike, thanks to a competition launched by sustainable energy provider green energy uk. In celebration of its sponsorship of the newly launched Cycling Touring Club (CTC) women’s elite cycling team at the London Bike Show, green energy uk is providing the prize of a n°7even Majoris road bike, worth around £900 RRP, featuring Pro Line Technology with Fulcrum racing wheels and a UD Full Carbon fork, among other features.
The competition runs until midnight on Saturday 2nd February. Entry is simple; visit the green energy uk Facebook page, click ‘Like’ and answer a simple cycling-related question.
Doug Stewart, CEO of green energy, says: “The bike up for grabs is suitable for beginners and more experienced cyclists, making it an attractive prize for all. We think the competition is the perfect way for us to celebrate being the headline sponsor of CTC’s female elite cycling team, which will compete in 2013 racing calendar events. With the recent publicity surrounding the Olympics and the rise in the popularity of the sport, it is a good time to launch a professional women’s team. We wanted to be able to support this and promote eco-friendly sport in general, as a healthy lifestyle activity.”
Based in Belgium, n°7even is a specialist manufacturer that only produces racing, cycle cross and time trial bikes, and is available exclusively from Merlin Cycles in the UK. Its ‘Pro-Line Technology’ denotes high level standards, with each and every frame undergoing extensive research and testing – as well as utilising the most up-to-date technologies in the bike industry.
Other features of the Majoris bike include a Prologo Kappa STN Rail saddle and Schwalbe Lugano tyres – a full specification list can be found at http://www.n7evenbikes.be/en/bikes/majoris/.
“The bike we are giving away has an excellent specification and enthusiasts would be crazy to miss out on an opportunity to win it,” Doug added.
In addition to entering the competition on Facebook, updates about the competition are being shared via for company’s Twitter profile.
For further information on sources of green energy and how to make the energy switch visit www.greenenergyuk.com. To follow the progress of the CTC women’s elite cycling team as it gears up for the first race event in March, visit www.ctc.org.uk.
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