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Win 1 of 5 Timbuk2 prize bundles worth £200!

Win 1 of 5 Timbuk2 prize bundles worth £200!

Timbuk2 is a San Francisco original brand. Founded in a San Francisco garage in 1989 by a bike messenger named Rob Honeycutt, Timbuk2 have manufactured in the city’s Mission District ever since.

Timbuk2 is a San Francisco original brand. Founded in a San Francisco garage in 1989 by a bike messenger named Rob Honeycutt, Timbuk2 have manufactured in the city’s Mission District ever since. Rob made products that served his needs as a messenger. They needed to be quick to access, comfortable for all day wear, super robust and obviously have the San Francisco flair. Rob had a huge drive, a knack for branding, and an obsession with just-in-time manufacturing.

Timbuk2 brought customisation to the masses. Selling custom messengers to bike shops across the USA in the 90s and launching the first online customiser in 1999. This technology will be landing on the UK shores in 2013. The Timbuk2 product range has grown to include luggage, laptop bags and accessories but the made in San Francisco custom messenger bag remains at the heart and soul of the company.


Competition time!

Five lucky winners will bag themselves a Timbuk2 prize bundle worth £200 that includes a messenger bag, seat pack, phone wallet and backpack. Overall that's £1,000 worth of gear up for grabs! All you have to do is answer the question below!


Terms and conditions

Closing date for entries is Friday 29th November 2013. Entries after midnight on 29/11/13 will not be accepted. The winners will be the first five correct answers drawn after the closing date. The winners will be notified by email. Entrants email addresses will be passed to Timbuk2 for marketing purposes, you will be able to opt out of any future marketing from Timbuk2 should you wish. There is no cash alternative to this prize. Only one entry per person will go into the final draw. Cyclescheme reserves the right to amend the rules at any time.

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