Enter our competition to win a pair of Tweed Run tickets: Competition now closed
Note: This competition has now closed. Best of luck to the winners - Sam Jones and Sabine Schlechtriem - who will be donning their tweed for Tweed Run tomorrow! Thank you to all who entered.
This Saturday, would you and a friend like to be gliding around central London on vintage bikes for the legendary Tweed Run? Enter our competition for a chance to win one of two pairs of tickets.
The Tweed Run is a group ride with a difference - a celebration of cycling, vintage bikes and, of course, tweed. Described as a "metropolitan bicycle ride with a bit of style," tickets for the event always sell out in advance.
All participants are encouraged to bring vintage bikes and don traditional British cycling attire, from tweed plus four suits to cycling skirts and capes.
And London Cycling Campaign has two pairs of tickets to give away! To enter, all you have to do is answer this simple question:
Where will the Tweed Run Closing Ceremony take place this year?
A) Rivoli Ballrooms
B) Bloomsbury Ballrooms
C) The Corinthian Ballrooms
Email your answer - either A, B or C - to firstname.lastname@example.org, placing "Tweed Run" in the subject line and including your mobile number, and you could be sporting your finest vintage Tweed this Saturday with the other lucky riders. The competition is open until noon this Friday 17 April.
The winners will be the first two names drawn at random after lunch on Friday, and will be notified by phone by 3pm. Good luck!
Terms and Conditions
1.The prize draw is open to residents in the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) excluding London Cycling Campaign employees, their immediate families and anyone professionally connected with this promotion.
2.There are only two pairs of tickets available to win, with no alternative cash value offered.
3.If you don't already receive our e-newsletter, LCC will add your email address to our recipients list. All e-newsletters include an unsubscribe button.
4.The winner will be notified using the contact number provided at entry by 3pm on Friday 17 April.
5.In the event that the winner does not claim their prize within 3 days, London Cycling Campaign reserves the right to withdraw prize entitlement and award the prize to another entrant.
6.There are no cash or other prize alternatives available in whole or in part except in the event of circumstances outside its control London Cycling Campaign reserves the right to substitute a similar alternative of equal or greater value.
7.London Cycling Campaign's decision is final.
8.Any personal data relating to participants will be used solely in accordance with current data protection legislation.