This competition closes at midnight Monday 11th September, so don't miss out!
We've got together with our chums at Upgrade Distribution - the people behind Kinesis Bikes - to give you the chance to win a rather spiffy Kinesis Tripster AT worth £1700. The Tripster AT is one of those new-fangled adventure bikes designed to be ridden pretty much anywhere which makes not only ideal for all terrain adventures but for the rigourous demands of 21st Century British roads too.
Our man David Arthur reviewed the Tripster AT frameset only a month or so ago here are just some of the things he had to say:
"An excellent and affordable do-it-all adventure, road and commuting bike with bags of versatility"
"The brand new Kinesis Tripster AT is bags of fun backed up by extensive capability and versatility"
"I've ridden it everywhere and over everything in the few months I've had it, and apart from very rough mountain bike trails where any adventure bike would be out of its depth, there's really not much that fazes it."
So he liked it then, no surprise it scored 9/10.
You can read his full review here
Dave reviewed the frameset, but whoever wins this competition will be getting a complete bike built up with a SRAM Rival 1 build kit:
• SRAM Rival 1 components
• 11-36T SRAM 1130 Cassette
• 1x11 STI shifters with Polymer cables.
• Long cage rear mech.
• BSA BB.
• SRAM Rival 40t X-Sync CX chainset.
• Kinesis CX V5 wheelset.
• SRAM PC1130 chain.
• TRP Spyre disc calipers with 160mm rotors.
• Ritchey Comp alloy bar.
• Ritchey Comp 27.2 seat post.
• Ritchey Comp stem.
• Kinesis Elite saddle.
• Kinesis 4 Seasons bar tape.
• VEE XCX 33c tyres
It comes either in yellow or in blue, as you can see here:
To be in with a chance of bagging the prize and having some all terrain adventures on the AT all you have to do is fill in the form below - usual Ts & Cs apply (check 'em out at the bottom of the page). If you're unlucky and don't win, (which is a possibility) you can still see the Tripster AT in all its glory at the Cycle Show at the end of September at the NEC in Birmingham… or you could just buy one.
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