KENT, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance has teamed up with Halfords to give away a £1,000 Boardman bike in a competition for the life-saving charity’s Double 100 Cycle Challenge.
The motoring and bike store is offering the fantastic prize in a text competition open to all members of the public whether they are taking part in the ride or not.
The lucky winner will be able to choose a top-of-the-range road, mountain or hybrid bike designed by Olympic Champion cyclist Chris Boardman, for men or women.
To be in with a chance of winning, entrants have to answer the following question and text FLY followed by a space then A, B or C to 83222 (Example text: FLY C):
As well as a Pilot and Critical Care Paramedic, Kent Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulances fly with a:
The first-ever Double 100 starts and finishes at the Surrey and Sussex helicopter base at Dunsfold Park – home of TV’s Top Gear – on July 3 2011.
Riders are still needed to take part in the 100-mile or 100km ride through all four counties covered by the Air Ambulance - Kent, Surrey and East and West Sussex.
The Boardman bike has been donated by Halfords’ Aylesford branch in Kent and text entry to the competition costs 50p plus the mobile phone user’s standard network rate.
A £3 donation to the Kent Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance will also be deducted unless competitors choose to opt out and full terms and conditions apply.
Entries must be received by midnight on June 30th 2011 to qualify and Radio 2’s Sally Traffic will pick the winner on July 3rd 2011 at Dunsfold Park.
For more details about the Double 100 and how to enter visit www.surreyairambulance.co.uk/support/bespokechallenges