Win a Ridgeback Dimension kids bike worth up to £530!

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To win a bike for your sprog worth up to £530 – courtesy of the good folks from Ridgeback – you need to make sure you’re signed up to our editorial newsletter and then watch out for it landing in your inbox on Friday.

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Simply sign up to our weekly newsletter and answer one simple question (that will be in the newsletter).

The newsletter is something you should sign up to anyway because it’s feature-filled, funny and free!

Each newsletter is headed up by an exclusive editorial from our team and includes stories, news, pics, vids and other content that you’ll be pleased you didn’t miss out on. It’s not just the usual marketing material and hard-sell fest you get with some newsletters.

Ridgeback Dimension kids bikes

You’ll have the choice of 14in, 16in, 20in, 24in model Ridgeback Dimension.

Ridgeback: “The Dimension range of children’s bicycles are far more than just toys. They are lightweight, robust and built to not only help young ones learn to ride but also to help their confidence grow. Designed to last and specced with top components, the Dimension range starts with a 14in wheel and goes right through to a 26”in so there is something for everyone.”

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How to enter

For a chance to win a Ridgeback Dimension, just make sure you’re signed up to our editorial newsletter (form below). Then watch out for it landing in your inbox on Friday. Then answer the question in that newsletter.


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Good luck!

The winner of the Magura Brakes & Rotors newsletter comp was…

Singletrackworld user ‘Graham D‘ – We’ll be in touch with you shortly (if not already) to sort out your prize.

Orange Switch 6er. Stif Squatcher. Schwalbe Magic Mary Purple Addix front. Maxxis DHR II 3C MaxxTerra rear. Coil fan. Ebikes are not evil. I have been a writer for nigh on 20 years, a photographer for 25 years and a mountain biker for 30 years. I have written countless magazine and website features and route guides for the UK mountain bike press, most notably for the esteemed and highly regarded Singletrackworld. Although I am a Lancastrian, I freely admit that West Yorkshire is my favourite place to ride. Rarely a week goes by without me riding and exploring the South Pennines.

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