Enter to win Lachlan Morton’s SuperSix EVO bike straight from his 2021 Alt Tour!
In celebration of the historic ride, Cannondale, in partnership with EF Education-NIPPO, Rapha and World Bicycle Relief, is offering a chance to win his team-issue SuperSix EVO. Built to Lachlan’s exact measurements and ready for a lucky winner to love this bike as much as he did for his 5,500-km tour, the 54-cm SuperSix EVO features a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain, team Vision wheels and Cannondale HollowGram crankset. The prize winner will also receive a signed EF Education-NIPPO Pro Cycling 2021 jersey for display.
There are four additional prizes of display-edition EF Education-NIPPO Pro Cycling 2021 jerseys, signed by Lachlan. There will be a total of five winners.
The Prize Draw will run from Monday 11 October 0:01 (BST) through Monday 1 November 23:59 (GMT) 2021. Entry is £25, with all money raised from the prize draw benefitting World Bicycle Relief’s work to mobilise people in need around the world with life-changing bicycles!
Alternatively, you can enter for free by sending a correctly stamped postcard or letter with your full name and email address to: JS 12247 World Bicycle Relief NPN, PO Box 704, Pinner, HA5 9PF, United Kingdom
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18+ only. 00:01 (BST) 11/10/21 – 23:59 (GMT) 01/11/21. Visit https://worldbicyclerelief.org/alt-tour/ and make a minimum donation of £25 (1 entry per £25 donated) OR send a correctly stamped postcard with your details to JS 12247 NPN, PO Box 704, Pinner, HA5 9PF to be entered into the Prize Draw. Prizes: Main Prize: 1 x Lachlan Morton’s Cannondale SuperSix EVO Bike (Value $11,000 USD) on which he completed the Alt-Tour, and an EF jersey signed by Lachlan. Runner Up Prizes: 4 of 1 x EF Jersey signed by Lachlan. Internet access and valid email address required. Max 1 Prize per person. Visit https://worldbicyclerelief.org/alt-tour/ for full T&Cs, Prize details and free entry route. Promoter: World Bicycle Relief UK, 18 Lytton Grove, London, SW15 2HA United Kingdom
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In July 2021, Lachlan captured the imaginations of cyclists and non-cyclists alike around the world as he set out to complete the “Alt Tour”. He challenged himself to ride 5,500 km—every stage of the Tour de France, including transfers—unsupported. Lachlan eventually beat the peloton to Paris with five days to spare, raising funds and awareness for World Bicycle Relief in the process.
To date, more than £519,000 / USD$713,000 has been raised for World Bicycle Relief thanks to donations from Alt Tour supporters and a generous 1,000-bike donation from Rapha and EF Education-NIPPO Pro Cycling. The first round of donations will support communities in Colombia, with World Bicycle Relief’s specially designed Buffalo Bicycles scheduled for delivery in early 2022, accompanied by community-supported programming, training for field mechanics and spare parts to keep bikes running for years to come.
“Unsupported endurance riding is historically a solitary experience. A test of your own personal limits that strips you back to your most basic self. I’ve had a privileged upbringing and more opportunities than anyone could hope for. I still choose the bike. The bike brings me freedoms and joy that I’ve yet to find anywhere else in my life. During The Alt Tour, in my deepest holes, I wasn’t alone. I could draw on the idea that, with each pedal stroke, I was sharing that freedom and joy with someone who hadn’t yet had the opportunity to experience riding. I could smile at the endless possibilities that a bike could bring them. In many ways, World Bicycle Relief helped me achieve my goals as much as they helped bring the beauty of the bicycle to so many. And for both those reasons, I’m forever grateful.”
—Lachlan Morton, EF Education-NIPPO Pro Cycling
“On behalf of all at World Bicycle Relief, and the people we serve, our gratitude goes to Lachlan, his team and family, EF Education First, Rapha, and everybody who has contributed to this incredible activation. Chapeau to all!”
– Allison Dufosee – CEO of World Bicycle Relief UK