Ride the route, find the loot and win an amazing prize!
Here’s the deal. Each month, somewhere along our Killer Loop featured in the magazine, we’ll hide a SRAM water bottle with a codeword hidden inside.
Find the bottle first and you win!
There’s a pull-out map inside the magazine to show you where to go, and we’ll release its location with the OS map coordinates on the first Saturday after the mag hits the shelves — check our social media feeds on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for updates.
You’ll have to hunt around a bit to find it, but we won’t make it too hard! The rider who finds the bottle and emails us the codeword wins a fantastic prize from SRAM.
August issue’s prize: Win a RockShox Reverb and 1x remote!
UPDATE: Bottle found! Game over.
Up hill and down dale, twisting through the heather and bashing through the bracken, dropper posts make riding in the North York Moors a quicker, more pleasurable experience.
According to RockShox, the Reverb is the best-selling dropper seatpost of all time, and is responsible for introducing many riders to the joys of tweaking saddle height on the fly.
The latest iteration of the Reverb may look familiar, but internally it’s been re-engineered, allowing for more travel options, greater reliability and improved performance. In addition to this, RockShox has created a completely new remote lever, the Reverb 1x remote. Designed to have a similar feel to SRAM’s shifters, the new remote improves ergonomics and makes dropping your saddle in the heat of the moment quick, east and assured.
To win a RockShox Reverb and 1x remote lever you’ll need to find the red SRAM water bottle we’ve stashed along the route. Don’t forget to take a selfie and tag us @mbrmagazine on social media.
August issue’s prize location Grid Red was NZ576003
And the luck winner of a RockShox Reverb and 1x Remote was…
Mr Phill Collings.
“Thanks for a great loop, when I got to the co-ordinates I found the dry stone wall hidden just off the track in the deep bracken. I looked in all the gaps of the wall, but found nothing. I then started working my way out from there, going as far south as the bend in the track and north right up to the four wheel drive track. After about 45 minutes I assumed I had been beaten to it and I went back to my starting point for one last look, I spotted a pile of stones, a flash of red and there it was…”
Congratulations Phill! A Reverb and remote is being sorted out currently.
July issue’s prize location Grid Ref was SD247962
And the lucky winner of a RockShox Pike fork was…
Mr Andy Phillips.
“I live just over 1 hour away. I saw it in the mag and instantly thought I had to give it a go as I knew the area fairly well. I headed out on my own to the top of The Beast for just before 10am taking a guess it would be near there, when the coordinates were released turns out my guess was wrong so had a fair bit of pedalling to do!
“I got to the right area at about 20 past thought I was the only one there but then found four other guys searching!
“I searched for it for over 45 mins no one was having any luck, we were all close to giving up, went along the wall one more time and hey presto!”
Congratulations Andy! A Pike is being sorted out currently.
June issue’s prize location Grid Ref was SD247962
And the lucky winner of a SRAM Eagle groupset was…
Mr Ben Gerrish.
Congratulations Ben! An Eagle is being sorted out as we speak.
The boring bit
Please note: The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered. MBR’s decision is final. Only one prize per entrant; so no serial killers this time!