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Here's Your Chance To Win...
1st Prize: US Postal Service Team Replica Bike
2nd Prize:
Rolf Vector Pro Wheels
3rd Prize:
US Postal Service Jersey & Shorts

Lance photo 12nd Prize
Lance photo 2 1st Prize 5200 bike text
Lance photo 33rd Prize

Vector pro wheel

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The Rolf Vector Comp paired spoke wheelset is light, stiff and aerodynamic.


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The OCLV carbon frame, handbuilt in the USA, is the lightest production frame available. The same responsive Trek Pro Geometry that Lance rode to victory on.

The ICON Air Rail carbon fork, raced by the USPS Pro Cycling team, is ultralight and responsive. Shimano Ultegra crank and 9-speed derailleurs (double or triple).


Trek jersey

A complete set (jersey and shorts) of official
U.S. Postal Service cycling apparel





Lance is ready to face his mission: July 1 is the start of the 2000 Tour de France, when American hero, TDF defending champion and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong will begin his grueling three-week title defense.
"Lance is a true inspiration to all of us," said Nike ACG President, Gordon McFadden, shortly after announcing a new clothing distribution partnership between Trek Bikes and Nike ACG.

In order to win the prizes, all you have to do is fill out the following form and answer the questions.

Competition Closed

The cyclingnews Trek-Nike compeitition has now formally closed. Thank you all who entered, the winners will be announced next week on July 31.

Competition rules:

1. You must submit answers to all the questions.
2. You must read and accept the privacy statement.
3. You cannot enter more than once.
4. The winner will have to supply a form of identification (e.g. drivers licence) which verifies your entry in the survey.
5. Employees of Trek and are unable to enter.
6. The competition will close at midnight, GMT on Sunday, July 23rd, and  the winners will be announced on Juy 31st subject to confirmation.

Trek is the world leader in bicycle products and accessories, with 1,500 employees worldwide.
Trek started in 1976 when five employees started making hand-built bicycle frames in an old wooden barn.

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