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Sprint Auction Green Jersey Winner

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What a race (and bargain)! This week’s sprint auction was hotly contested by 7 different bidders. It started off slowly in first hour but had several bidding flurries with buffer taking the glory… and the Oxford lock for only £30.

Now that’s a lock!

The Oxford U lock, thanks to the nice guys at Sold Secure, is permanently available on GGB along with other hardcore locks with 15% off RRP. So if you missed out on winning this sprint auction you can still keep your bike safe with a great lock for a great price from their webstore.

The sprint auction will be back same time, same place next week with another special item up for grabs. So get working on your race strategy and remember to be aware of the 10 minute auto-extension triggered by a last minute bid.

See Also:

Review of the Oxford Magnum U lock

How I lock my bike

from Going Going Bike – Auctions, Bike News, Cycle Stuff

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