16 November 2014

Christmas Gift Giveaway - Day 16





My Christmas Gift Giveaway is back! 30 days, 30+ fantastic prizes.
A little thank you from me to my followers this year.


WIN a Thule RideAlong worth £120



You may recognise this brand for their great quality roof boxes and bars, but they also have a superb selection of products to help you to get active outdoors with the kids too.

The RideAlong is really easy to install onto your bike with the quick release bracket, which is lockable to prevent theft, and there are extra safety features which you wouldn't usually find on a child seat. This includes integrated protection wings to keep little hands safe - they really have thought of everything.




  • Adjustable padded harness to provide maximum child comfort and a safe, custom fit.
  • DualBeam suspension system absorbs road shock to ensure a smooth, comfortable ride for the child.
  • One-hand tilt function of up to 20 degrees, allows for five different reclining options.
  • Single-hand adjustable foot straps and foot rests allow for convenience and flexibility as a child grows.




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For your chance to win a Thule RideAlong you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
The giveaway is open to those in the UK and ends at 11.59pm GMT 10th December 2014.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!





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69 comments :

  1. Around our local redway which passes also through the shenley wood - the children love it.

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  2. round the local park!

    Ashleigh

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  3. There's a great new stretch of cycling lanes in Belfast called the Comber Greenway. It would be perfect - no traffic

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  4. we would attempt some of the guild wheel

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  5. I would just get on a ride everywhere, as this would save me walking everywhere with my litle one

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  6. along the coast at brighton!

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  7. Alexandra Byford-Scott17 November 2014 at 10:45

    We have a lovely canal path close to our house, so I would love to cycle along the canal path, with my son in the seat!

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  8. I'd love to cycle to visit family as it's cheaper that bus fare!

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  9. Ooh, we'd love one of these - my husbands been looking for one so that we can go on family rides to the beach.

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  10. along our local canal paths @msedollyp

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  11. I would go pick up my granddaughter so she can come with me a cycle around the Gartmorn Dam
    http://www.discoverclackmannanshire.com/outdoor-adventure/gartmorn-dam-country-park.html

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  12. up to the humber bridge country park....so calm and quiet there.

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  13. to the local park to test it out :)

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  14. Chorton Water Park in the suburbs of Manchester.

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  15. On the cycle path along my local seafront

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  16. I'd take the bikes to Royal Victoria Country Park - nice and flat and no cars to worry about!

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  17. To the park using the cycle track near our house

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  18. Epping forest would be lovely to cycle with the kids this time of year

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  19. Just down the lane to the local park as I would want to make sure I was safe on it first.

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  20. Lossiemouth Beach, it is a regular trip we make on our bikes :) xxx

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  21. around our local common, southampton

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  22. Derbyshire is lovely for bike rides :)

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  23. I would collect my grandson and ride to feed the ducks in the park

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  24. to our local park

    caroline watson

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  25. route 66 cycle route , we love the views

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  26. first i'd ride along the seafront which is 10 minutes away from our house x

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  27. Along the cycle path by my house

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  28. I'd go around the local reservoir, it's a great ride.

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  29. I would go round our local water park

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  30. we have some lovely rides round here, the first one I would do, would be to cycle to the highest point in nottinghamshire

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  31. down to the duck pond

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  32. Maintaining your own Quad Bike : ATV - Buggy : Minimoto between your current manufacturers SUPPORT schedules is very mouse clicks IN ADDITION TO Should be second nature on the owner of an machine.

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  33. To nursery, it'll save so much time!

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  34. Claire Elizabeth Noke22 November 2014 at 22:04

    St Annes Beach :)

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  35. Through our village

    Kay panayi

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  36. along the beaches on the isle of wight :)

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  37. Probably have a practice ride deep in the woods somewhere before I feel confident going on the road...

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  38. Would have to have a practice run so would go round our local park which is at the end of our road.

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  39. To our local park so my son could play on the swings

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