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Competition: Win a year’s worth a high-performance Bioracer cycling kit

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15 Feb 2022
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Bioracer has been producing world-beating cycling kit for years, supporting numerous national teams as well as one of the most successful trade teams in world cycling, Ineos Grenadiers. And now the Belgian brand is launching in the UK. 

But despite its pedigree, Bioracer isn’t just about catering to the pro peloton. After all, not everyone is a pro and not everyone wants to be a pro. ‘It is our firm belief that speed doesn’t discriminate. It’s for everyday people,’ Bioracer says.

Innovative design and production is central to Bioracer’s ethos, and it takes pride in making top-quality, high-performance kit for pros and everyday cyclists alike, ‘even if winning isn’t measured in gold, but in raising a glass in celebration of going an extra kilometre.’

Bioracer’s scientific approach to clothing design uses biodynamics, aerodynamics and aquadynamics to help you get the most out of your body and reach your ultimate potential on the bike. 

In its quest to make its technology and products accessible to all, Bioracer’s performance-driven clothing is affordably priced, because cycling shouldn’t be exclusive, and everyone should have the opportunity to maximise their ability on the bike.

To give you a taste of the quality of its entire repertoire, Bioracer UK is giving away a year’s supply of cycling kit worth over £1,000 to one lucky winner, a full cycling kit wardrobe that will likely keep you going for several years, not just one.

Altogether the package includes: two jerseys; two pairs of bib shorts; a pair of winter bib tights; a winter jacket; a gilet; three pairs of summer socks; a pair of winter socks; a pair of leg warmers; a pair of arm warmers; a cycling cap; and a pair of summer gloves. Enough to have you feeling like you’re spending the year as an Ineos Grenadiers rider.

To stand a chance of winning this incredible prize, simply complete Bioracer’s survey on the buying habits of the UK cycling community. The closing date for entries is 6th March, and the winner will be selected at random from all entrants.

• Take the survey now for a chance to win