Calling all cyclists - Take part in our survey and prize draw!

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Have you ever considered if you prefer the glory of pedalling over sitting on an electric bicycle that thrusts you up a hill? Do you want to pop a GPS computer or basket on the handlebars? In short: what matters to you with cycling?

Well, here's the great thing for you - whether you cycle only in fair weather at the weekend, suit up for the commute on Monday morning, or spend your winters in a virtual world on your indoor trainer, we want to hear from you.

The world of cycling is changing more quickly than ever before, and here at Future Publishing (TechRadar's parent company) we want to help you stay on top of everything - and to do that, we want you to tell us your views.

As most people know, cycling can be an expensive hobby for some, with a range of kit to make your ride more enjoyable, and gadgets to improve fitness and keep you at the top of your game. 

In contrast, some people will use the same tried and trusted bike they’ve had for years, never wanting to let a good pal go or wanting to have to throw money at their bicycle.

The rise of the robots... sort of

Perhaps you've also been overwhelmed by the rise of electric bikes, not knowing what they're for or not knowing whether they're worth the cost.

We’d love to hear what you really think about the top brands and what makes a brilliant bike, or quite simply good value for money.

This cycling survey takes around six to eight minutes to complete and, to say thanks for your time, your entry will be placed into a prize draw for a chance to win an Amazon voucher worth £250 or $300 (depending on where you live). 

Be quick, because this survey closes 26 September 2019. Good luck!

Take part here here

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