Published by Lyn on 3 April 2014
Here's how to win a pack of books containing the London to Paris Avenue Verte guide, Cycling Southern France and Cycling Northern France guidebooks.
Richard Peace is not only one of our regular contributors, but also the author of the guidebook Cycling Southern France, and co-author of the Cycling Northern France guide and the official Sustrans guide to the Avenue Verte London-Paris bike route.
He has kindly offered us THREE packs of books, each containing ALL THREE of these France titles.
That means THREE Freewheeling France readers will win guidebooks covering pretty much all major cycling routes in France (or at least the best of them), plus the Cross-Channel link from London to Paris.
To win one of the three book packs, all you need to do is email email@example.com with the names of the START AND END POINTS of the London-Paris bike route in the subject line.
(See our London-Paris Avenue Verte overview if you need help with the answer – and also to be inspired to ride one of France's most iconic routes).
Entries close noon (French time!) on Monday, April 7, 2014.
I'll pick three winners at random and pass the winning emails on to Richard to arrange delivery. Only the winners will be contacted.
Entry emails will not be used for marketing purposes or for harrassing you in any way.
Just email me with the answer in the subject line, and include your full name and postal address in the body of the email so Richard can arrange delivery if you win.
See also some of Richard's writings for us: his Poitou-Charentes overview, his Normandy guide and this overview of cycling in Burgundy. And, of course, his guide to the London-Paris bike route.
FINE PRINT: Competition is open to all Freewheeling France users in any country. The entry mechanism outlined above forms part of the conditions of entry. Competition closes at the stated time; entries received after this time will not be considered. Only entries with full names and postal addresses, and the correct answer, can be declared winners. This blog was posted via social media, as well as on our own website, but it is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twiter or any other social media platfrom it's shared on. Prizes are non-transferable.