Win a £3,600 SwiftCarbon Ultravox Ti with The Cycle Show

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BikeRadar has teamed up with the organisers of this year's Cycle Show to offer readers a chance to win a new SwiftCarbon Ultravox Ti road bike worth £3,600. To enter the draw and be in with a chance to win, simply enter your details into this competition page

BikeRadar readers can also take advantage of discounted tickets to the event – enter discount code 'BRD' when prompted at the tickets page of The Cycle Show website.

The Cycle Show 2015

The Cycle Show is the UK's longest running cycling show and over 300,000 people have visited since its launch in 2002. The show has expanded every year and in 2015 it will host over 280 bike companies showcasing their latest kit under one very big roof.

The show is a unique opportunity to see hundreds of bikes and products months before they hit the shops. You can meet the brand experts from the top international bike companies as well as the designers and brains behind the leading Brit brands.

New for this year are CSG (with GT, Fabric and Charge), Hunt Wheels, Canyon, Schwalbe, Planet X, Light Blue, Surly, Oakley, Lapierre and NukeProof. They join an amazing line-up of brands including the likes of SwiftCarbon, Cube, Vitus, Trek, Bianchi, Colnago, Boardman, KTM, Hope, SRAM, Lazer, FSA, De Rosa, Shimano, Cinelli, Kinesis, Ritte, Forme, Time, Primal, Pinarello, Deda, Intense, Mondraker, Rocky Mountain, Condor, Campagnolo, Raleigh and many more.

The retail village has been beefed up this year, so once you've finished lusting over the next bike you'll be buying, you can spend a happy hour shopping.

With a day dedicated to cyclocross racing for all ages and expertise, the return of the UK’s biggest dirt jumping contest with Sam Pilgrim at the helm and the sport’s best riders in town, plus an awesome line-up of cycling features to keep you busy all day, the Cycle Show absolutely cannot be missed.

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