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Jun 27

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Win a fantastic ethical cyclewear package from VELECO

Ethical Consumer readers can win one of 2 fantastic prize packages from VELECO each worth over £200. 

It's really easy to enter simply put your name and address and 'VELECO Prize Draw' in an email and send it via our webform.

What you could win:

  • A recycled plastic VELECO cycling jacket in the colour / size of your choice (worth £95.00)
  • 2 x VELECO T-shirts of their choice (£25.00 each)
  • A VELECO cycling cap (£15.00)
  • A VELECO cycling hoody of their choice (£45.00)
  • A VELECO muster Bag (£10)


VELECO is the world's first Fair Trade and eco-friendly cyclewear company.


This competition is part of the VELECO Kickstarter project to deisgn more environmentally friendly cyclewear.

Winners will be chosen at random on the 26th July.


Read more about cycling our our guide to bicycles.



All those who enter will receive at least one follow up email from Ethical Consumer.
Emails and other details will not be passed to a third party (unless you win and then only to VELECO)
Prize draw only open to UK residents
Closing date is July 25th 2013
One entry per person



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