Neil Amphlett from London was the winner of a one-off Surrey Hills Cyclone Sportive jersey, signed by Olympic and Tour de France legend Chris Boardman.
Everyone entering Sunday's sportive was placed into a draw for the exclusive jersey, and Neil was picked out at random to become the lucky recipient.
Over 1,000 riders took part in the event, which took in some of Surrey's finest lanes and climbs, including the punishing White Down and Leith Hill.
Boardman himself took part in the ride, and then met riders on the finish line to present finishers' medals and talk about the latest models in the Boardman Bikes range.
The next event in the Cycling Weekly 2013 Sportive Series is the Dartmoor Demon on Saturday, May 4. Riders can pick either a 55 or 95-mile route around the moors.
Once again, all entrants will be put into a prize draw to win a one-off Dartmoor Demon jersey signed by Chris Boardman.
Finish four or more of our events within the series and receive a personalised trophy to recognise your achievement.
Rider finishing times from the Surrey Hills Cyclone Sportive are available to download now>>
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