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Win 1 of 3 dhb bundles from Wiggle

Win 1 of 3 dhb bundles from Wiggle

Here's your chance to get yours hands on some dhb commuting kit from Wiggle!

Since March 2015 we have been a Cyclescheme partner and have a dedicated website, Here you can choose your bike and cycle to work clothing and accessories, and easily request and redeem your certificate online. 

The dhb brand by Wiggle has established itself as one of the best technical cycling clothing brands for all conditions and abilities in the market. 

Commuter clothing is a key part of dhb, and you can get everything from base layers and bib tights through to soft-shell and windproof high visibility jackets that you will be able to trust in all conditions.  

dhb is an exclusive to Wiggle brand, and we are delighted to be able to offer this competition to you to hopefully get the cycling season off to a great start.

dhb Wiggle competition

The range constantly gets rave reviews in the cycling press and we are delighted to offer you a chance to win a selection of clothing as part of this competition. 

There are 3 prizes of £150 of dhb clothing up for grabs with the winners choosing the dhb kit they want, giving flexibility and access to the whole range. Each lucky winner will also receive a selection of Wiggle nutrition goodies.

You can view the full dhb cycling range here.

Closing date for entries is 27.03.16. Entries after midnight on 27th March 2016 will not be accepted. 1 winner will be drawn at random (via after the closing date and will be notified by email. Entrants who are not Cyclescheme participants will be opted into the Cyclescheme newsletter. Users will be able to opt out of any future communications from Cyclescheme should they wish. Entrant's details will be shared with Wiggle for marketing purposes. Cyclescheme reserves the right to amend the rules at any time. Employees of the Grass Roots Group or Wiggle are not eligible. Entrants must be of UK residence.