Your chance to join the growing number of cycling enthusiasts
Camglen Bike Town are offering Reformer readers the chance to win a brand new bike worth £400.
To coincide with the launch of their new cycling facility, Bike Town have partnered with local flooring experts Richardson & Starling, who will be providing the funds for the prize.
With cycling on the rise all around the world as the new trendy way to make regular journeys, millions are flocking to bike shops to get their very own two wheeled transport.
By entering this competition, readers can put themselves ahead of the queue and enjoy all the great benefits cycling can offer.
Choosing a bike rather than a car for shorter journeys can help improve health, help the environment by reducing carbon emissions and help save money. It is also great fun. To enter, send your name, postcode and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them in one sentence what you would do with the bike if you won.
Competition is only open to individuals aged 16+. Competition closes at noon on Saturday, October 29 and the winner will be announced by managing director of Richardson and Starling, Graham Duncan at the Bike Town Launch event at 1pm. Full list of prizes: – Brand new bike.
– Bike Town refurbished bike.
– Full bike service. Bike Town will be opening its new cycling facility to the public this Saturday.
The new space will be dedicated to offering those working and living in Cambuslang and Rutherglen the opportunity to become involved in cycling through classes and social rides.
The space will also house a bike workshop where cyclists can learn how to fix their bike or have them serviced for a fee.
All are welcome to the launch event which starts at 11am.
Bike Town will also be accepting bike donations on the day, anyone who donates a bike will be offered 20 per cent off any future bike purchases or servicing.
The hub will be located at Unit 5 Thomson Court, Rutherglen, G73 2RR behind the Aldi
First prize bike will be purchased following announcement of the winner to allow for individual needs.
Healthy living Cycling keeps you healthy and can help protect the environment