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After the top 5 entries were decided by public vote our judges put their heads together and awarded “Shock Tactics” the main prize of PROVIZ high vis kit. The 4 runners up each win PROVIZ helmet plus Cycleguard bike insurance. See all the shortlisted entries below.
Remember to always keep your bike safe and lock it with two good locks. In the real world you can’t electrify your bike or find reliable ninja cats! Although maybe someone (ahem, Boris) could help with the development of the Cyclestation RFID…
WINNER – Shock Tactics
“Bike protection at its most shocking”
“Capitalising on the BB, the least variable point on all bikes. Self actuating RFID secured lock, no need for locks or chains. UV lit locker for antibacterial clensing of helmet and shoes. Storage for Saddle. Wheels and Frame secured. Extra Lockers for shoppers for extra surveillance. Bike shop network.”
“I have an unfaltering hatred of the specialized langster”
“Train your cats to defend your bike karate kid style”
“In a perfect world I would blow my bike into the safety of its own bubble”
The 5 winners of the Twitter part of the competition will each be notified and sent their GGB high vis t-shirts. And sorry Lance, your suggestion of a lock just didn’t cut it!
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