Did you vote in the Total Women’s Cycling Awards? If you did, you’d better check below because you might be the winner of our rather wonderful prize bundle!
The Awards are all about celebrating the huge achievements in women’s cycling over the last 12 months, and your chance to have your thoughts and opinions heard on which companies and organisations are making the biggest difference.
That means every finalist in the Total Women’s Cycling Awards was nominated and voted for by our readers.
The winners were announced at a special Awards ceremony at The London Bike Show last Thursday (13th February) and you can find out who they are here.
To thank you for taking the time to vote, we’ve got a bumper bundle of goodies that’s going to go to one lucky person. If you voted in the Awards, you’re in with a chance of winning this, as we put all the names in a hat and have picked a winner at random.
A 3-month supply of Cardioace supplements and a sample of Jointace Gel for relieving any post-cycling aches, courtesy of Vitabiotics. [Talented sports masseuse not included]
A selection of healthy, tasty raw mueslis plus some extra goodies for adding a health kick to your morning porridge or afternoon smoothy.
“With her background in Naturopathic and Complementary health studies, Primrose wanted to use her knowledge of how to keep our bodies balanced into designing a natural and wholesome food. Living in Dorset and originally from Guernsey she realises the importance of environment and diet on our health and our lives and hopes to provide delicious ways to incorporate it into our lives more easily.”
Love cycling? Love art? Love cycling t-shirts? This bit of the prize will be right up your street!
You’ll receive 4 beautiful and funny prints, plus 3 t-shirts, each featuring a witty cycling illustration, so you can display your love of all things two-wheeled at home and out and about!
“We specialise in illustrated cycling t-shirts, prints and cards all designed to crack a smile. We are a brother and sister design collaboration from a family of cycling lovers.
Our philosophy is simple: come up with original ideas, which look good and amuse us.”
Need a pannier bag that’s practical, but doesn’t stint on retro style? That’s exactly what bag company Goodordering specialise in.
You’ll be getting your mitts on a cool Market Shopper bag in Rust, worth £55. It’s also a versatile bit of kit, as not only does it work as a pannier bag, but you can also carry it as a shoulder bag or rucksack, and it’s got an internal padded pocket for your laptop.
“Goodordering’s cycling bags bridge the gap between performance and fashion. These highly versatile, practical accessories are perfect for a life on the go. Bag features include adaptable styles with integrated fastening. Inspired by Japanese school bags and airline bags from the 70’s and 80’s, the range is a contemporary take on matching luggage trends of that era. The East London bag company was established by Jacqui Ma based in Hackney in 2012.”
You can never have too many cycle-themed t-shirts, right? These cool tees from Husky Organic would make a stylish addition to any cyclists wardrobe.
“Husky Organic makes low-impact ethical clothing for cyclists and outdoors people who share our love of adventure and organic culture. Our t-shirts are made from premium quality organic cotton and screen printed by hand with water-based inks. We use a bespoke ringspun organic cotton that is both durable and feels supersoft next to your skin, with taped shoulder seams for a comfort fit. We grew up riding bmx and now enjoy riding on road, in the mountains, and on our daily commute, and our t-shirt designs reflect our love for all categories of cycling. For 2014 we have added an exciting collection of t-shirts to our Women’s range.”
Rip up the trails with this gorgeous full-suspension bike, courtesy of SCOTT Sports.
The SCOTT Contessa Genius 710 has a lightweight alloy frame, Shimano SLX and XT groupset, hydraulic Shimano SLX disc breaks, superb suspension front and rear courtesy of Fox and some great grippy tyres. With 150mm of travel it’ll be able to handle the rough stuff smoothly.
Worth £2,799, and looking the business, riding this bike is guaranteed fun. See you on the trails!
The Contessa Genius 710 is part of Scott’s women’s specific CONTESSA range of products. The range includes road bikes and mountain bikes, and they have offerings at all price points, from value for money entry level models up to be beautiful carbon-framed machines.
…and the winner is:
Congratulations, Rachael! We hope you enjoy your prize bundle!
Finally, a huge thanks to all our readers who voted in the awards. We couldn’t have made it the success it was without your support, and in particular your votes!