Earlier this month, Wilier Performance Progress Lab (PPL) gave Total Women’s Cycling readers the chance to win a full testing and analysis session with one of the teams human performance technicians in a tailored one-to-one program.

All entrants had to do was share their 2014 cycling goals.

We were overwhelmed with entrants, from those who wanted to beat their personal bests, through to those who wanted to complete a Sportive in 2014.

The winner of the Wilier Performance Progress Lab competition, picked randomly out of a hat, is (scroll down...);

UBYK / Pete Webster performance launch. April 2013, Oxford. Photo: Drew Gibson.

The winner of a full testing and analysis session with Wilier PPL is;

Emma Tang

Emma's 2014 riding goals are: Ride the Fred Whitton route in the Lake District and ride in the mountains for 3 weeks in July.

Congratulations Emma – we hope you enjoy your session and get a solid training plan together, ready to tackle your challenges in 2014!

Not won this time?

Don’t panic, we have plenty of competitions in the pipeline, including more bikes. In the mean time, why not enter the following competition;

Win £450 worth of Vulpine cycling apparel

Lorks! Win a complete cool weather outfit from women’s cycling apparel trailblazers Vulpine. The gorgeous outfit up for grabs consists of, size and colour of your choice – stock permitting:

  • Harrington Rain Jacket
  • Cotton Rain Trousers
  • Long Sleeve Merino Polo
  • Merino Long Socks

Entries close on Friday the 8th of November at Noon. A winner will be announced on here shortly after.