Revolution Series Track Cycling, ManchesterI have some very exciting news today! Ordinary Cycling Girl has teamed up with PedalSure to offer one lucky reader the chance to watch round two of the Revolution Series at Manchester National Cycling Centre.

The Elite Championship gets underway on Saturday 24 October with Bradley Wiggins confirmed as racing. The Olympic champion will lead Team Wiggins and will be looking to start strongly against a whole host of fantastic teams including Team Sky, JLT Condor, One Pro Cycling and defending champions Maloja Pushbikers. Olympic gold medallist, Ed Clancy is also expected to race!

More riders will be released over the coming weeks alongside a full list of Elite Championship teams and making an appearance will be HOY Future Stars, which often provides just as much action and drama as the Elite Championship. Lots to be excited about and courtesy of Pedal Sure, you could be there trackside to witness all of the action!

The prize

PedalSure are sponsoring the event and have a pair of tickets to giveaway to one winner for either the afternoon or evening session of Round 2 Of the Revolution Series at the Manchester National Cycling Centre on Saturday 24 October 2015.

To enter

It’s very easy! All you have to do is complete the Rafflecopter below where you are asked to:

1) Make sure you are following me (@OrdCyclingGirl) on Twitter

2.) Tweet about the competition (work through the Rafflecopter below and it will tweet the right message for you) and

3.) Leave a comment below saying why you’d love to win!

This prize is offered in conjunction with Pedal Sure, the insurance providers who offer comprehensive cover for both you and your bike. With three grades of personal accident cover (Bronze, Silver & Gold), Pedal Sure includes a choice of comprehensive coverage to suit all requirements and to give you that extra piece of mind. To join the peloton of cyclists who are prepared for all possibilities, head over to to find out more.

Good Luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms & Conditions

1.This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 years or over.

2. No purchase is necessary to enter the competition.

3. The Promoter will not be liable for entries which are not received or which are incomplete, corrupt or delayed for any reason. Proof of transmission will not be accepted as proof of receipt.

4. The last date for receipt of entries is 19 October 2015 at 12am.

5. All valid entries meeting the criteria outlined will be entered into the competition. Winner will be chosen at random by rafflecopter no later than 2 days after the competition has closed.

6.The winner will receive a pair of tickets giving entry to round 2 of the Revolution Series at Manchester Velodrome on Saturday 24 October. The winner can choose whether to attend on the afternoon OR the evening of the event date.

7. The prize cannot be transferred, sold or exchanged. Information on how to claim will be given when the successful entrant is notified of their win.

8. Multiple entries that are deemed to be spam may be disqualified at the discretion of the promoter.

9. In the event that contact cannot be made with the winner after 48 hours of the initial contact, then a new winner will be picked and the original winner will forfeit the prize.

10. The prize is non-transferrable and there are no cash alternatives

11. Ordinary Cycling Girl is responsible for the first part of the promotion, which is the publication and adjudication of the prize draw using rafflecopter. All other facilities connected with the provision of the prize are the responsibility of PedalSure.




4 comments on “Win Tickets to the Revolution Series at Manchester”

  1. I’d love to win; I’d go to watch the event with my Husband as we are both keen cyclists!

  2. I went a few years ago. It was such an amazing atmosphere, so exciting. I would love to experience that excitement again.

  3. It is always electric inn the Manchester Cycling Arena, there is just something so special about the place, be great to be trackside cheering the cyclist on.

  4. I’d love to win. Revolution always has such a buzz about it; true you can watch it on TV (well, the highlights anyway) but nothing beats seeing cycling live in a velodrome.

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