This week we have a brand new company in the Sprint Auction. Pi Squared bikes set out with one mission in mind: to make bikes less expensive and more reliable without sacrificing performance. Sounds like a difficult thing to achieve but not according to the owner.
Exactly a week after his last victory kyfsympsn returned this afternoon to take charge of the Sprint Auction and add a bike to his collection.
Returning to the Sprint Auction this week are No Logo bikes. Their colourful single speed/fixie bikes have been causing quite a stir and last month’s auction was no exception. With over 70 bids from 13 different bidders it remains our most popular Sprint Auction to date.
We featured some great British design in the Sprint Auction this afternoon. Marsupial bags are a brand new company making stylish waterproof panniers and baskets from Astroturf (artificial grass).
As the tour heads towards the Pyrenees for the first Mountain stage (the Tourmalet) and the phoney war is over, we reflect on an action packed two weeks by offering another bike via the Sprint Auction.
There is no better way to end the week than to grab an amazing deal on an amazing product. This week’s winner Loosegoose outlasted slyrich in a tense battle securing himself a Brooks B17 saddle for £41.01. The extra penny proving the decisive difference between the two.
After a first minute bid, it was looking for a long time as though it was going to be a walk in the park for bensmac. However, Granite and Grahills had other ideas and some frenetic late bidding really brought the Sprint Auction to life.
As most of you will know it is Team Green Britain Bike week 18-26 June. Being the perceptive lot that we are.. this has not gone unnoticed at GGB HQ so we have been busy getting our best offering yet for this week’s Sprint Auction.
Another exciting afternoon of bidding drew to a close at 4.30pm yesterday with shawfox coming in victorious.