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WIN THIS BMX


Our friends at the ultra cool music magazine Artrocker want to give you the chance to win this amazing BMX!


There were only 100 Boxfresh Burners ever made so this is your chance of cycling to your next class in serious style


your next class in serious style courtesy of our friends at Artrocker Magazine who have widened this winning opportunity to you lovely lot !


For more amazing creative hook up’s like this make sure you head over to www.facebook.com/BoxfreshUK


ENTER via EMAIL To WIN this fantastic Boxfresh BMX all you need to is take a picture of yourself on YOUR


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oxfresh and Raleigh have teamed up to create a limited edition Boxfresh Burner which celebrates the launch of the 25th


Anniversary Team Aero Pro. The frame is a full cromo 99.9% replica of the original tange frame. Black skyways, teardrop polka dot design, royal and emerald colour brake cables, and rad 80s pads!


The Raleigh bike company was formed in 1890 in Nottingham. Raleigh launched its original red hot “Burner” BMX range in 1982. The choice of the streets an d a real performer on the track, by 1984 it had become the outstanding success story of the company, selling half a million in less than two years.


There were only 100 Boxfresh Burners ever made so this is your chance of cycling to


bicycle and EMAIL it to competition@boxfresh.co.uk with “BMX” as the SUBJECT. Please also include your name, age and name of the University/College you are studying at along with a contact tel number.


We will then select one winner at random. We will also send out goodies to runners up whose pictures impress us, so get creative folks! Closing Date for the competition is 11th November 2011. Go on, get on your bike… with your camera at the ready of course! Terms & Conditions: visit www.myboxfresh.com


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