Most helpful person

Following on from Cycling Plus end of year Bike and Product awards, this year we asked our forum mem

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Following on from Cycling Plus end of year Bike and Product awards, this year we asked our forum members to nominate and vote for the Most helpful person on the forum and then we duly print the result and give a special prize to the winner;
With nearly 3000 of you taking the time to look at those nominated (though fewer actually voted) here_Ts the result in descending order:
2% of the vote: Kogan, Russell in France, Paul Smith, Howard, Simongjones, Proto, Guy, Keith Oates, Bruce D
3% of the vote: Si Davies, Ravenbait, Paganini, Hummers, Ratfletcher
5% of the vote: Dave J
7% of the vote: Fixed Phil
10% of the vote: Nuttycyclist
and the winner with 45% of the vote: PBiggs
Pete Biggs for his incisive technical help receives this truly spectacular prize of Stronglight_Ts excellent _ Pulsion_T carbon compact cranks. These cranks retail for ¶£360 and come complete with the Stronglight JP Twister Titanium Bottom Bracket (RRP ¶£100) and also Stronglight_Ts excellent CT2 chainrings (50/36). The cranks are very light at just 420g as is the Bottom Bracket at just 180g; So well done Pete, and many thanks from the Cycling Plus team and all those on the forum who have benefited from your help.

You may well be thinking by now that Pete is one lucky so and so, but Stronglight_Ts suppliers SPA CYCLES (01423 887003) are offering the Pulsion chainset to readers of Cycling Plus at the special price of just ¶£260 with the CT2 rings, or ¶£250 with Zircal Champagne rings, A special price on the Titanium BB too of just ¶£70! so if you_Tre looking to upgrade your chainset to compact or carbon give Spa Cycles a call and quote C+ for the special price! Be quick though as this offer won_Tt last long!
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