We’ve teamed up with Active Magazine for yet another amazing completion – the chance to win a fabulous Kids’ Frog Team Sky road bike.
The Frog range of bikes were born out of the desire of one couple who wanted to see high quality, child-specific bikes. The Frog mountain and hybrid range are the most popular kids’ bikes that we sell, and the Frog road series deliver everything that we have come to expect of Frog bikes.
Modern kids’ bikes can generally be placed in one of two categories: either they are heavy and poorly specced, or they are simply small adult bikes with specifications and components which make no sense on a kids’ bike. Frog are unique in that they design their bikes from the ground up with children in mind. They design and source every component on the bike to make it easier and more comfortable for children.
The Frog 58, for example, has small, shallow road bars and small levers to accommodate smaller hands. Two pairs of high quality tyres are included; one slick pair for road use and one grippy pair for more all-purpose riding.
How to enter
To be in with a chance of winning this incredible machine, worth £399, all you have to do is answer the following:
1) In what year did Sir Bradley Wiggins win the Tour de France?
And, in more than 50 words:
2) Why do you want to win this bike?
Please include the following information with your entry:
Name: Age: School:
Parental consent is required to enter. When emailing the entry please include the following wording:
I give permission for my child (name) to enter the Active magazine competition to win a Team Sky bike. If selected as the winner I also permit photos to be taken and used for marketing purposes. (Your name).
If you do not consent to the above please do not allow your child to enter. Entries should be sent to email@example.com
Closing date is Friday August 14th. The winner will be announced in the Active magazine September issue.
View the Team Sky Frog Bike Range
Watch the Frog Video Video Credit: Frog Bikes
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