HOW IT WORKS
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In our draws, you have one or more fantastic prizes to choose from.
All tickets are entered into one draw and there will be one lucky winner that wins the prize selected on their winning ticket.
Max 10 Entries Per Person
To keep things fun and fair, we're limiting entries to just 10 entries per person, per draw.
You can use your ten tickets up on one prize you really want, or pick a selection of prizes you'd love to win.
Our prizes are always guaranteed regardless of how many tickets are sold. No delays & no extensions.
Our winners are selected independently and at random within 2 days of the draw closing.
BORN OUT OF THE PRO PELOTON
Le Col was born from one pro-rider’s push to create the best performance cycling apparel. Our founder, former GB cyclist Yanto Barker remains central to the development of Le Col kit. Putting his professional insight and hours of testing into every fine detail, it’s Yanto’s cycling expertise and pursuit of performance perfection that gives Le Col the leading edge.
TESTED TO THE LIMIT
Pro-cycling experience goes into the design of every detail of our kit. We have one of the widest testing and development networks in cycling, thanks to our professional teams constantly feeding back after testing, racing and winning in Le Col.
MADE IN ITALY
Le Col kit is produced in our own Italian factory in the shadow of Monte Grappa, offering us unparalleled quality and performance detailing on the clothing we produce.
WORN BY LEGENDS
Sir Bradley Wiggins chose Le Col to release his own range of classic Wiggins designed apparel because according to him “Le Col is the best performance cycling kit on the market.”
Founded by Simon Mottram in London in 2004, Rapha makes the world’s finest cycling clothing. For 15 years, our products have redefined comfort, performance, and style for cyclists from absolute beginners through to WorldTour professionals.
Born from a love of the sport, Rapha regularly organises and sponsors unique rides and events. The Rapha Cycling Club was founded in 2015 to bring cyclists together, and today there are already more than 17,000 members worldwide. Our 21 Clubhouses across Europe, North America and Asia have become hubs for RCC members and local cyclists, offering a café space and stocking the latest products.
Rapha is proud to have worked with the sport’s best athletes from its earliest days. First, as title sponsor to the British UCI Continental team Rapha-Condor from 2005 to 2012, then as clothing supplier to Team Sky from 2012 to 2016. We continue to work at the top tiers of professional cycling with the women’s UCI WorldTour team CANYON//SRAM since 2016, and, after publishing a two-year study on the state of the sport titled the Rapha Roadmap, we have returned to the men’s WorldTour with EF Education First Pro Cycling from 2019.
This year, Rapha has launched two key new initiatives. Our Custom programme offers the chance for anyone to create completely customisable Rapha products using an innovative online design tool. The Rapha Foundation provides funding to not-for-profit organisations, with the mission of building a better future for the sport by inspiring, empowering and supporting the next generation of racers.
Black Sheep was born out of desire to do things differently. To make cycling apparel that reflected who we were as people. To celebrate the sport we loved. And unite the community that surrounded it.
From humble beginnings, we’ve come a long way.
Co-founded by former pro athlete John Polson in 2014 on the smell of an oily rag. We’ve swapped a shared office space on the Gold Coast for a Flagship Store called The Woolshed in Brisbane, which includes a thriving café and
creative working environment.
Two people became 12. And counting. Four garment releases a year became 24. Our community continues to grow. Worldwide.
But what we stand and strive for hasn’t altered. Our mission is to inspire our community and be innovative with what they wear. We are dedicated to being different. But united for the sport we love. And have a bloody blast doing it. Because, let’s be honest, a sense of freedom and fun is why we started cycling in the first place.
Stolen Goat was founded in 2012 by Tim Bland. At the time Tim had a stable, well paid and interesting but corporate “9 to 5” job.
Like many, Tim felt there should be a way to work smarter. It should be possible to be productive, meet and even exceed your goals but still have time to spend with the family and pursue the hobbies and activities that make you happy. Tim has always enjoyed the outdoors from cycling to running, from football to mountain climbing, from golf to fishing and walking – there aren’t many traditional outdoor sports that Tim hasn’t tried and enjoyed (regardless of skill level).
With a growing family that Tim wants to spend as much time as possible with and a job that consumed 40+ hours a week… the hobbies were the first to take the hit. So stolen goat was formed. Focused around cycling as this was Tim’s primary passion, Stolen Goat was created as a platform for Tim, and other like-minded people to work smarter not longer, to succeed in business and in life, where success is measured in terms of how rich your life is… how many work and personal goals you are achieving on a daily basis.
Doing business should be enjoyable, it should be a part of your life, but it shouldn’t BE your life. Fundamentally, Stolen Goat is about freedom…
OUR MISSION // FREEDOM
Here’s the “Why” that we centre ourselves around: To inspire people to find freedom through sport so that they can live happier, healthier lives.
This is important to us, in fact it’s what drives us to keep going. You may well be happy in your job and day to day life but we can all do with a little escapism every now and then. Freedom is riding with your mates, freedom is hitting the trails for an hour at lunch, freedom is riding all out to take that KOM, freedom is wearing something a little bit different during your adventures.
The point is that everyone has their own take on what freedom through sport looks and feels like. Our goal is to provide you with everything you need to make that happen.
16+. Entrants who are not over the age of majority (18 in the United Kingdom) require guardian’s permission to enter. Opens 25/03/21, closes 25/04/21 or when all tickets are sold. Internet access and purchase required. To enter login or register at rafflebike.com, select prize draw, purchase £2.50 ticket and complete checkout. Max 10 entries. Registration requires full name and a valid email address. Free entry via postal route.
Prize: £500 of clothing ordered online from one of the following brands: Le Col, Rapha, Black Sheep, Stolen Goat
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