Win incredible prizes and support World Bicycle Relief this Christmas

Enter the World Bicycle Relief raffle to win great prizes and support a good cause

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(Image credit: World Bicycle Relief)

Cycling Weekly has teamed up with World Bicycle Relief (opens in new tab)to offer you a chance to win a fantastic cycling dream gift bundle worth £4,000, all in aid of giving independence to people who need it. 

All you need is to enter the raffle which costs just £10 for 10 tickets and a chance to win this incredible prize for yourself or someone you love.

WBR prize

(Image credit: World Bicycle Relief)

Four runners up will win a year's subscription to GCN+ worth £39.99. GCN+ has more live cycling than anywhere else as well as everything a fan of the sport needs.

World Bicycle Relief (WBR) is a global non-profit organisation mobilising people through The Power of Bicycles. They are committed to helping people conquer the challenge of distance, gain independence and thrive.

The full list of prizes will be announced soon. Once we've drawn the raffle and the winner is contacted WBR will arrange delivery.

The delivery will be a mix of items being sent directly to the winner as well as relevant codes so that the winner can select the correct sizes etc. from the sponsors' websites.

The partners have kindly donated to the raffle and the prizes will NOT arrive together.

You can buy more than one ticket too. If you like you can buy up to 120 tickets for £120, not only giving you a better chance of winning but also donating valuable funds to WBR.

Enter the raffle below.

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