Skedaddle-Prize-Draw


skedaddle prize draw

Always fancied discovering the Lake District on two wheels? We’ve teamed up with cycling specialists Saddle Skedaddle, to give you the opportunity to win an exciting cycling break in the Lakes for two people.

As part of your prize you’ll choose a holiday for two up to 4 days in length; includes: breakfast, holiday insurance and bike hire (though by all means bring your own along should you wish to). This is the perfect opportunity to explore the Lake District from a whole new perspective and enjoy a unique getaway this summer.

Saddle Skedaddle have been providing holidays for over 20 years’ so they know a thing or two about organising the perfect two-wheeled adventure. Their extensive range includes many Lake District highlights. From mountain biking tours taking in iconic peaks, such as Skiddaw, to road cycling options for both beginners and advanced riders, Skedaddle even offer varied options for the ever-popular C2C cycle route. So, whether you’re a seasoned cyclist, or interested in trying out pedalling for the first time, there’s a little something for all to enjoy

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