Win a New Bike with TravelWest!
Why not get get a new perspective on your journey to work and cycle this summer, especially as we've brand new bikes to be won with Heart Breakfast!
To celebrate 'Bike Week' this June we've teamed up with TravelWest to encourage you to get on your bike and use pedal power to get to work around Bristol, Bath or Weston!
Why not change your commuting habits and go car free, it could even save you time on your daily journey!
Not only is cycling a great way to reduce congestion it also has so many benefits. No sitting in traffic, squashed on crowded buses or late trains or searching for elusive parking spaces.
Set yourself free and think of the sights you'll see, the money and even time you'll save.
Plus as a bonus you'll be fitter, more eco friendly and even arrive at work wide awake and ready for your day!
Win a brand new Bike with Heart Breakfast:
Tune into Heart Breakfast every morning from Monday 25th through to Friday 29th June as Ed, Troy & Paulina could be making your journey to work a whole lot quicker with the chance to win a new Trek 7.0 FX Bike & Helmet worth £200 from Gloucester Road Cycles in Bristol.
The Heart Angels will be out and about testing the busiest commuter routes across the West, by both bike and by car.
All you have to do is guess how long our Heart Angel cyclist took to complete the route. So listen for the cue and then simply text the word 'BIKE' followed by your guess in MINUTES ONLY to 82122. The entrant with the closest guess each day will win their very own new bike - perfect for getting active, saving travel time plus you'll not need to worry about parking!
* Prize must be collected from Gloucester Road Cycles, Bristol, BS7 8AE where winner will be measured for male/female version of the bike.
The LSTF (Local Sustainable Transport Fund) programme is a joint initiative across the four councils making up the West of England (or old Avon) - Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire & North Somerset.
It's funded by the Department for Transport to promote environmentally friendly modes of transport such as walking, cycling, public transport or car sharing as alternatives to single occupier car journeys. Their website www.travelwest.info is a really useful source of travel information across the West including different transport options and timetables.