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Win! A tri package worth over £6,000

To celebrate our 20th birthday, we’ve teamed up with a whole host of your favourite retailers and distributors to offer one lucky reader a collection of top tri technology - including the Cervelo P2 - worth in excess of £6,000.

To celebrate our 20th birthday, we’ve teamed up with a whole host of your favourite retailers and distributors to make one lucky reader the envy of every single athlete on the starting line. But, far from your normal tri starter pack, this collection of top tri technology is worth in excess of £6,000. What’s more, the bundle includes coaching sessions and a year’s supply of nutritional nibbles.

Heading up the package is the Cervelo P2 frameset (worth £1,500), none other than the frame Chrissie Wellington won Hawaii on in 2008. Attached to that shiny steed will be the suitably stylish deep-rimmed Aeolus 9.0 wheels from Bontrager (£1,600) and the CycleOps bike computer and power hubs (£725). Kalas will also be throwing in a veritable smorgasbord of bike garments worth a whopping £250.

Keeping the bike safe when you’re heading to Kona, the Gold Coast or Roth will be the Bikebox Alan (£349), the comprehensive winner of 220’s recent bike box grouptest. Zyro has also kindly supplied its Minoura Gyro V100 (£160) turbo trainer for those in-house training days.

Moving onto the swim, you’ll have two pairs of Aqua Sphere goggles (£35) – the Vista and the Kaiman – to choose from, and the Blueseventy Helix (£350) will be your choice of wetsuit. Under that 220 award-winning suit will be 220 Triathlon’s very own (and very new) branded tri-suit (not pictured, but still as priceless as those inspired Mastercard ads would no doubt say).

Skipping into the third discipline – the run – and, quite frankly, you’re spoilt for choice. The vaunted Saucony Fastwitch 3 (£60) run shoes are ready to be unboxed, while your clothing is to be provided by a Run to Live voucher (£100) where you can buy Gore run tights and more. Supplying your shades will be Spiuk with its sleek Xioneer (£100).

But, far from just supplying you with gear, we want to see the lucky winner hitting the podiums. Therefore, the 220 award-winning V02 Maximum will be supplying coaching sessions to the tune of £330; Garmin will donate its new 310xt hrm (£330); Natural Balance Foods offer a bumper box of their JC’s Trek endurance bars (£220); and Elagen a year’s supply of its Eladon Sport (£150).

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning this monster multisport mix, head to the competitions page at https://www.220triathlon.com/competitions

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Matt is a regular contributor to 220 Triathlon, having joined the magazine in 2008. He’s raced everything from super-sprint to Ironman, duathlons and off-road triathlons, and can regularly be seen on the roads and trails around Bristol. Matt is the author of Triathlon! from Aurum Press and is now the editor of Cycling Plus magazine.