Megasack Giveaway Day 3: Ridgeback MX20 Kid’s Bike

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Yes, we’re back! Day 3, on 5th December? That’s right: the daily prizes are on week days only, because the Singletrack elves need a little rest every now and then. And we don’t want you getting too over excited.

Squeee! Ok, ok… let’s have some instructions to calm you down…

Not been here before? Not sure what’s going on? It’s quite simple: we have daily prizes to be won, plus another of each prize which goes into our Megasack. Each day that you enter, you might win the daily prize. Whoop! But each daily entry also counts as an entry to win the Megasack. Enter every day to maximise your chances of winning the Megasack. Miss out on a daily entry because you don’t think that prize is one you want? You’re losing out on an extra chance to win the Megasack.

To enter, you need to be logged in – it’s free to sign up. Once logged in, the entry box will reveal itself with a question. Answer it correctly to submit your entry. Easy peasy! Please note that prizes can only be sent to a UK address. Now that you’re caught up on what’s going on, let’s find out about the first great prize we have for you today.

Ridgeback MX20 Kid’s Bike

Yes, a whole bike! This Ridgeback MX20 kid’s mountain bike is perfect for young riders measuring 120-140cm tall looking for their first off road adventures. You get semi slick tyres for good speed on smoother surfaces and plenty of traction on loose ground. A coil sprung suspension fork smoothes out the bumps and six Shimano gears operated with a twist shifter help little legs up the hills.

It’s designed to provide an upright ride position for giving confidence when riding off road, and could well spell the happy beginnings of a life full of riding fun.

Want to win one? Watch the video!

Make sure you’re logged in so you can see and answer the question below.

Enter every day’s giveaway here to maximise your chances of winning the Megasack!

Friday’s Winner

The winner of Day 2 is user doey

We’ll be in touch to get your prize sent to you but if you want to steal a march on that and help us out then email charlie.hobbs@singletrackworld.com with your address, and mobile number (for the courier) now.

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  • Megasack Giveaway Day 3: Ridgeback MX20 Kid’s Bike
  • DickBarton
    Full Member

    That is rather decent!

    AndrewL
    Full Member

    Lovely, I will do my entry once day 4 open so I don’t take spoil a child’s Christmas!

    chrismac
    Full Member

    Is there a way we can enter today to get the mega sack entry but be excluded from todays prize? I have or know no children who could use this in the off chance I won it and would rather it be won by someone who’s child will love it.

    kayak23
    Full Member

    I would so schralp that myself! 🤘😊🤘

    onewheelgood
    Full Member

    Is there a way we can enter today to get the mega sack entry but be excluded from todays prize?

    Yes. Just enter today’s competition tomorrow. You can’t win, but will go into the megasack draw.

    skrivtilper
    Full Member

    Yet another year, and the Royal Mail still haven’t found a way to cross the UK border. The Singletrack World is still rather small.

    DickBarton
    Full Member

    In all fairness, the UK has made is even more difficult to get stuff from outside this country in as well as STW unable to get stuff sent outside the border.

    Given the size of the prizes, I suspect the postage will be astronomical – pretty sure the last 3 years have had the winner getting themselves to STW Towers to collect all the prizes.

    skrivtilper
    Full Member

    I’m not really that annoyed. There are probably also sponsorship limitations, and I do find the format and the content very entertaining, even if I’ll never see the sack 🙂 I’m hoping that STW might enter some sort of partnership with some continental magazine. Mostly to get more riding articles from the great locations across Europe. STW is by far the best european based MTB magazine, even for someone not living in the UK.

    tomclark21
    Full Member

    Benji’s hat is great!

    papamountain
    Free Member

    Who won the first two days? Cant seem to find it.

    tthew
    Full Member

    The following days article tells you the previous winner towards the end.

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Day 4 is up and “The winner of Day 3 is user landslide” down the page.

    papamountain
    Free Member

    Ah, i see it now, staring me in the face! how could I miss that.

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