WIN AN EXCLUSIVE 7 PEAKS CLIMB WITH SIMON GERRANS THAT MONEY CAN’T BUY!
Are you riding the 210km or 250km in the Bupa Around the Bay or thinking of signing up for the Scody 3 Peaks Challenge?
7 Peaks is offering you the exclusive opportunity to win a money-can’t-buy short break to your choice of the 7 Peaks of Victoria to ride with pro cyclist Simon Gerrans.
Choose three lucky friends to join you and then choose a climb to suit your group’s climbing ability.
Enjoy cycling tips from Gerro as you ride as a group up winding mountain roads, around steep turns and past spectacular views right to the top of one of Victoria’s Alpine Resorts, where you’ll share a rewarding lunch with Gerro before he gets back to training!
Meanwhile, stay overnight, on top of the world or in a sweeping valley, and celebrate your climb over a well-earned dinner with local wines or beers.
Plus, you’ll each receive a 7 Peaks jersey signed by Simon Gerrans to take home.
Entries close 29 October, with the prize redeemable on 29 & 30 November.
HOW DO I ENTER?
Simply fill in your details on our special entry form to register for a 7 Peaks Passport, and enter your Bicycle Network Victoria Rider ID. To enter this competition, you must be registered for either the Bupa Around the Bay 2012 or Scody 3 Peaks Challenge 2013.
We’ll send you a 7 Peaks Passport in the mail to start you on your way with the 7 Peaks Alpine Ascent Challenge.
This exclusive “Ride with Gerro” prize package includes:
- An exclusive ride with pro cyclist Simon Gerrans up your choice of the 7 Peaks on Friday 30 November:
- An accommodation and meal package for four valued up to $2,000:
- Two nights’ accommodation on Thursday 29 & Friday 30 November, either on mountain at Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buller, Dinner Plain, Falls Creek or Hotham, or off mountain at Mt Buffalo (Bright) or Lake Mountain (Marysville);
- Two-course lunch with Simon Gerrans on Friday 30 November;
- Three-course dinner with local wines or beers on Friday 30 November.
- A 7 Peaks jersey for each cyclist signed by Simon Gerrans, valued at $119 each.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Read the full Terms & Conditions of this competition.