What if we told you that you could win your very own once-in-a-lifetime prize of a GT Zaskar Carbon frameset worth £1800? What if you could win it without ever having to get off your sofa? And that it was also FREE to enter this competition? Well wonder no more, because this competition is as real as the Switzerland Squeaker!
Late last year, you may recall that we were joined by Hans Rey when he came to visit Singletrack just before Christmas. Hans went riding on the local Calderdale trails with Chipps (it was for ‘work’ apparently), and he also helped us out with our Advent Calendar. Aside from bringing along his personal GT Force, Hans also brought a limited edition 25th Anniversary GT Zaskar Carbon frame, which he very kindly signed for one very luck Singletrack reader. Could that be you? Read on for how you can enter into the compeition!
But first, dat bike. The new Zaskar Carbon was first unveiled at last year’s PressCamp, where Chipps was on hand to get all the juicy details. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Zaskar, the latest version is undoubtedly GT’s most versatile to date. And given that the Zaskar is the only bike in history to have won World Championships in XC, Downhill, Slalom & Trials disciplines, that’s certainly saying something!
Now built from high-tech carbon fibre, the new Zaskar is equipped for 27.5in wheels to retain the snappy and fun handling of old, while eking in a little more traction and compliance. You can fit up to a 120mm travel fork up front, and geometry leans on the progressive side with slacker angles and longer top tube lengths that are better suited to wide bars and short stems. There’s a stiff press-fit bottom bracket, and rear dropouts are configured for a 142x12mm thru-axle. Oh, and it comes in a mean raw carbon finish with chrome decals too.
The Zaskar Carbon is available in a variety of different build options, but it is not available as a standalone frame. Except for this one. GT has only produced 100 Zaskar Carbon frames worldwide, and we have one medium sized frame that has #29 written on it. The frame comes with a seatpost binder, a rear thru-axle and a derailleur hanger. If it were for sale, it would retail for £1800. Oh and don’t ask for a different size, ‘cos we don’t have any. But if you’re not the average height of a homosapien at 1.7m tall, you could always consider shin transplants. Or you could be the nicest person in the world and gift it to a riding buddy. Or you could even mount this gorgeous limited edition frameset to your pool room wall. The possibilities are endless!
To enter our competition, all you need to do is answer this one simple question: How many bicycles have Hans & Carmen Rey donated via their Wheels4Life charity?
Hint: Head to www.HansRey.com for some valuable information…
Once you know the answer, send us your response to email@example.com with the subject title “Hans Rey Giveaway”, and you’ll go in the draw to win a GT Zaskar Carbon frame signed by Mr Hans Rey himself! Those who respond correctly will have their name entered into a random draw. Runner-up prizes will also be awarded, with one set of SQ Lab grips, one SQ Labs saddle, and five signed posters of Hans Rey also up for grabs in addition to the Zaskar frame. Competition entries close at midnight on July 31st 2016, and prizes will be drawn on August 1st 2016. (Note: Multiple entries will be deleted).
To recap, follow these four easy steps to enter:
- Answer the question: “How many bicycles have Hans & Carmen Rey donated via their Wheels4Life charity?”
- Send us your resonse to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title “Hans Rey Giveaway”
- Make sure you get your entry in before midnight on the 31st of July, 2016
- Make sure you’re tuned in to the Singletrack Facebook page on the 1st of August to find out if you’ve won!
Good luck everybody, and make sure you share this competition with your riding crew to maximise your chances of winning!
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