This competition is now CLOSED and we can now announce the winner...
Congratulations to Brian Bishop!
NVPA will be in contact with you shortly to arrange your prize.
Many thanks to everybody who entered and better luck next time.
The mega road.cc competitions just keep on coming, and this time our friends at Neon Velo Performance Apparel (NVPA) have stepped up to the plate to offer you, yes YOU (hopefully!) the chance to win over £543 worth of their quality cycling kit!
NVPA started life back in 2012, and approaching a decade in business they are now renowned for visionary aesthetics, innovative designs and collaborations designed to fill a void of creativity in cycling. The carefully curated current range offers "a forward-thinking fashionable approach to cycling products and a limited edition off-bike collection" according to NVPA themselves.
The winner of this competition will get a whole new Autumn/Winter cycling wardrobe, ensuring they will be fully decked out in quality kit for the colder months ahead. Without further ado, let's see what you could win...
This Italian-made, long sleeve jersey crafted using MITI Super Roubaix brushed fleece fabric features three position rear pockets, a fourth stash pocket with hidden zipper, a rear NVPA®/Workwear branded waist band gripper and a quick release cam lock YKK zipper designed for rapid cooling. Styled with a simple design aesthetic using pre-dyed block colours combined with NV's signature race-cut fit, it's ideal for use in cooler seasonal climates either on its own or with a base layers and winter bib tights.
Featuring statement NVPA rubber print graphics, these warm yet breathable bib tights were developed using compressive thermal Super Roubaix MITI fabric with thermal braces for added toastiness. They include a high-density Elastic Interface pad with a central channel improving blood flow and reducing pressure and numbness, and the multi-directional curvature provides greater fit and saddle stability.
Weather the storm with this super high-end bike jacket! The unisex STORM has a Durable Water-Repellent (DWR) coating and offers essential protection from biting wind and rain. It's styled with a simple 'Inspired creative concept' design aesthetic using printed block colours combined with NV's signature race cut finish. Inner taped seams, three rear pockets, a low-profile elasticated waist, branded zip guard and quick release YKK cam lock double zipper all work to ensure the elements won't derail your ride.
Designed to be worn over directly over your cycling shoes to protect against windchill, the WORKWEAR oversocks are made with tough abrasion-resistant yarn, providing great insulation while keeping unwanted dirt and mud off of your shoes. An extended cuff provides an increased level of warmth and comfort, while the fully dyed fabric has exceptional colour fastness.
An essential to stash away for when the weather really takes a turn for the worse, the PATCH Warmer is a stylish, versatile garment that can keep your neck warm, and can also be pulled up to cover your chin, nose, cheeks, and ears. A highly functional product, this will give you an added layer of comfort for riding across a range of season conditions.
A bike clothing giveaway wouldn't be complete without a nice pair of socks! These ones are made in Italy with CoolMax EcoMade from recycled resources, are hard-wearing and durable and very stretchy. They're also breathable, and with some classic NVPA and Workwear branding across them.
So there you have it, I think you'll agree this is a lovely set of prizes that we'd all love to get our hands on... and all you have to do to get your entry in is fill in the form below! We'll be selecting our winner at random on the 6th December. Very best of luck to all!
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Bonus that the AI is prettier.