Here’s your chance to get a signed copy of Chris Boardman’s autobiography – Turbulence and Triumphs.
Some may know him as the much-loved co-presenter of ITV’s Tour de France coverage or enjoyed his BBC Olympic coverage, but beyond the easy charm Chris Boardman is one of our greatest and most inspiring cyclists.
Chris has generously sent CyclingShorts.cc a bundle of signed books for you lovely folk to win, to get your hands on a copy follow the instructions below.
If you simply cant wait you can purchase the book by clicking this link Triumphs and Turbulence: My Autobiography
How to enter:
To enter the draw all you have to do is follow one or more of the instructions below. Closing date 08/08/2016.
Use the form below to enter.
Gain an entry into the competition by following @CyclingShortsUK on Twitter and tweet the following:
“WIN a signed copy of @Chris_Boardman Autobiography in @CyclingShortsUK prize draw: http://bit.ly/1203m4z #PrizeDrawBoardman”
If you “Like” the competition on Cycling Shorts. Facebook page you will be automatically entered into the draw.
Terms & Conditions:
Competition open to entrants worldwide, the prize is for a signed copy of Chris Boardman’s Autobiography.
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