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Cyclists! Enter our survey and you could win a $300 / £250 Amazon voucher!

Cyclists! Enter our survey and you could win a $300 / £250 Amazon voucher!
(Image credit: Future)

Cycling and photography often go hand-in-hand. When it comes to traversing the countryside for beautiful landscape shots, a bike can be a brilliant way to get around your favorite shooting spots. And for cycling diehards, packing a powerful compact camera or even mounting an action camera or GoPro is now second nature.

As with cameras, though, the world of cycles and cycling is a vast one! Do you prefer aero or upright? Pedal power or electric? Competition or commuting? All-weather outdoors, or indoor trainer when it gets cold and wet? Whatever your preference, we want to hear from you! The world of cycling is changing faster than ever, and to help keep you abreast of all the developments, we want you to tell us your views.

Cycling can be an all-encompassing hobby for some, with a huge range of options from the best bikes, kit, gadgets and training products to improve your fitness, reach your targets and stay at the top of your game. By contrast, some people will use the same tried and trusted bike they’ve had for years! So we’d love to hear what you REALLY think about the key cycling brands and what makes a brilliant bike, or what is quite simply, good value for money. 

This cycling survey takes about 5-7 minutes to complete – and to say thank you for your time, your entry will be placed into a prize draw for a chance to win an Amazon voucher worth $300 or £250 (depending on where you live). T&Cs apply (https://www.futureplc.com/competition-rules/) and the draw is open to UK, US and Europe only. The survey is open until 30 September 2020, so get entering and good luck!

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY

Want to take an exciting action shot like our main image? Check out our fisheye lens tips for sports shots! (Image credit: Future)

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