THE waiting is over and Herald readers can now enter themselves into the competition to win a hand-built bike from Stratford firm Pashley as well as a bundle of accessories.
Since the end of September we have been printing a different numbered token each week, with the final one, number 11, on this page. And all you have to do to enter for the chance to win this amazing prize is send ten differently numbered tokens to us, along with the form that is also printed in this week’s Herald.
The prize will be either a Ladies’ Princess or a Gent’s Roadster bike together with a selection of Pashley clothing and accessories worth a total £1,000, and will be presented by the Traditional Cycle Shop on the banks of the River Avon, Pashley’s local retailer.
If you missed any of the tokens, there is just time to get limited back copies, available from the Herald offices on Rother Street, Stratford.
The closing date for entries is midday Wednesday, 15th December. Prize is subject to availability and there is no cash alternative. The winner will be selected at random after the closing date and the editor’s decision is final.
The winner will also be expected to take part in publicity in a future edition of the Herald.
Over the last 90 years Pashley’s team of over 50 employees has quietly continued to design and hand-build its unique range of bicycles and tricycles at its factory in Masons Road. Today, it is the last surviving traditional English bicycle maker and one of only three manufacturers left in the UK. Pashley has the widest product range and most diverse customer base of them all, producing over 160 products for both the consumer and commercial market.