It’s our last giveaway of the season, so why not make it a mega, three-in-one, ski-into-the summer blinder!
We’ve teamed up with Edge & Wax and their sister company Bliss Bikes to give away three prizes. The winner of the first prize, the cross country skis, will be drawn on 1 April, the second winner (who’ll get some shiny new running shoes) on 1 May and the grand prize, a Kinesis bike, on 1 June. But here’s the best bit; you only have to enter once to be in with a chance of winning! Head to fall-line.co.uk to enter now.
Time to get your langlauf on! Our first winner will receive an Atomic Sport Skintec XC Nordic ski package (worth £420). These Atomic Skintec skis offer high performance with a unique skin zone, utilising traditional ski touring technology to add grip when tackling the uphills. Good ol’ Edge & Wax are also throwing in auto bindings, Atomic XC ski boots and matching XC poles so you can develop your cross-country skills in style.
RUN INTO SPRING
The second winner will get a pair of HOKA Rapa Nui 2 Trail Running Shoes (worth £110). A high-performance Trail shoe, the Rapa Nui offers a grippy full-contact slightly rockered sole with oversized 4mm lugs that still let you pound the Tarmac, whilst the EVA foam midsole system protects you from impacts, reducing the risk of injury and burnout. Clever.
BIKE INTO SUMMER
Our grand prize is the Kinesis Maxlight FF29 mountain bike (worth £1499). The award-winning Kinesis Maxlight is a 29in-wheel mountain bike with 120mm of front travel for smooth off-road versatility. The FF29 was designed just a few metres from Bliss Bikes, and is a firm favourite with locals and staff alike.
Warp-speed, flowing single track, tempo pace climbs and fast dips and crests are where the 29er excels. The bike is capable of steamrollering the trails and goes mighty fast over the bumpy downhill stuff, so adding a dollop of legendary Maxlight handling into the mix produces a true trail destroyer!
Enter below to win one of these three prizes. The winners will be drawn on 1 April, 1 May and 1 June, and contacted via email shortly afterwards.
ABOUT EDGE & WAX AND BLISS BIKES
Ski retailer of the year Edge & Wax don’t only know about skis. Their sister company Bliss Bikes, located directly opposite, has over 20 years of experience in all things cycling, from racing, through to bike design and fixing the odd puncture too! Expect the same levels of service and attention to detail online, in the showroom and the workshop.
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