Here’s your chance to WIN

Australian Mountain Bike - - Fasttrack News And Views -

THOSE of us who aren’t close enough to ride to the trails must ei­ther dis­man­tle our bikes into the boot, muddy up the back of the car, or maybe put them on a roof rack sys­tem, hitch mount, or some other car­ry­ing de­vice. We have all seen some amaz­ing, and some shock­ing set­ups out there. DIY isn’t al­ways a good idea!

Yakima make a great range of bike car­ri­ers, de­signed by people who are ac­tive, and know what works. They also sup­port two of our best moun­tain­bik­ers, Paul van der Ploeg and Bec Hen­der­son. Both rid­ers travel Aus­tralia and the world ex­ten­sively, and need to be able to trans­port their bikes safely and se­curely.

AMB and Yakima Aus­tralia would like to help you out, if your cur­rent set-up lacks se­cu­rity, safety and panache. In 25 words or less, re­call your bike trans­port nightmare.

Send your re­sponse to ambed@ next­, and the best en­try will win a Yakima King Joe Pro 3 and a Yakima Top Tube, val­ued at $229 and $49 re­spec­tively.

Ca­pa­ble of car­ry­ing three bikes on a very sturdy steel frame, it will fit to just about any ve­hi­cle, with fast and se­cure at­tach­ments for your bikes.

It even has in­te­grated bot­tle open­ers! You can see the whole Yakima range at Com­pe­ti­tion open to Aus­tralian and NZ res­i­dents. This is a game of skill. You will be el­i­gi­ble by an­swer­ing the ques­tion “In 25 words or less, re­call your bike trans­port nightmare?”. The most cre­ative an­swer will win. This reader will re­ceive a Yakima King Joe Pro 3 val­ued at $229 and a Yakima Top Tube val­ued at $49. To­tal prize pool val­ued at $278. En­tries will be judged by the Aus­tralian Moun­tain Bike ed­i­to­rial team on July 10th 2014. The judges de­ci­sion is fi­nal and no cor­re­spon­dence will be en­tered into. The Pro­moter is next­media Pty Ltd, 207 Pa­cific Hwy, St Leonards, NSW 2065. ABN 84 128 805 970.

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