As part of our Made for More campaign this season, and in celebration of World Bicycle Day (03 June), we’ve got an extra special giveaway to whet your wheels and satisfy the wanderlust amongst us this summer.
That’s right…we’ve teamed up with our friends over at Saddle Skedaddle (a fellow North-east based brand), the UK’s leading cycling holiday specialist. The result? A UK holiday giveaway that both lovers of cycling and those who simply love to explore the great outdoors can enjoy.
With over 25 years experience delivering two-wheeled trips around the globe, Saddle Skedaddle know how to provide an incredible once-in-a-lifetime adventure. They have options for a wide range of people and cycling styles, including mountain biking, road cycling and even family cycling. We can’t think of a better team to help you explore some of the UK’s most inspiring nature playgrounds.
What can you win?
One lucky winner will win a UK cycling holiday for 2* people, bike hire and accommodation included. You’ll choose from a great range of Skedaddle’s popular self-guided holidays, including the Coast to Coast, Hadrian’s Cycleway and a wild adventure through the heart of Northumberland, the Sandstone Way.
If that wasn’t enough…to make sure you have all the right kit you need, you’ll also receive a £400 voucher to put towards Montane kit. Our wide range of outdoor clothing has been especially engineered for a wide range of activities, including cycling, bikepacking, walking and beyond.
*Terms and Conditions Apply, see them here.
More cycling inspiration
For those new to the world of cycling and eager to give it a go themselves, don’t miss our bikepacking 101 guide - perfect for people who want to dip their toes in this increasingly popular form of adventure in the great outdoors.
Need more convincing? Hear from editor of Komoot and passionate cyclist Katherine Moore, who shares why she loves exploring on two wheels and how you can get started. Finally, read this story to learn how Montane kit performed on a bikepacking adventure in the Lake District.