If you're into cycling - no matter what shape or form that might take - then we want to hear from you as part of our 'Your Cycling Life' survey.
The world of cycling is changing and to help keep you abreast of all the developments, we want to keep in touch with all our readers’ experiences. We’d like to hear about your bike and the sort of kit you choose to make the most of your cycling, from bike components and accessories through to what you like to wear.
Cycling can be an all-encompassing hobby for some, with a huge range of options from best bikes, kit, gadgets and training products to improve your fitness and stay at the top of your game. In contrast, some people will use the same tried and trusted bike and kit they’ve had for years! So let us know where you sit.
Whether you prefer aero or upright, pedal power or electric, everyone's input will be valuable. We're keen to hear from anyone and everyone who enjoys cycling, from club and competitive cyclists to those who only venture out at the weekend - or even those who don't venture out at all, preferring to pedal the virtual world on an indoor trainer.
Our 'Your Cycling Life' survey should take about 6-8 minutes to complete, and to say thank you for your time, your name will be placed into a prize draw for the chance to win* an Amazon voucher worth $300 or £250 (depending on where you live).
*T&Cs apply. UK, US and Europe. The survey runs to 22 September 2021 and is open to readers in Australia and Canada as well.
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