CYCLETOURING VOILÉ STRAPS GIVEAWAY

The ultimate alternative to duct tape and bungee cords, the versatile Voile Straps are a must have on any adventure. Find out how you can win a set in our latest Collective Gear Giveaway…

For our latest Collective Giveaway, we’ve teamed up with CycleTouring to give away a set of awesome Voilé Straps (2×15”; 2x 25”) to one lucky winner!

These grippy straps are the ultimate way to secure, bundle, and repair almost anything on the go. From strapping a bag or tent onto your handlebars or bike rack to securing water bottles to their cages or a spare tube to your frame. Not only do Voilé Straps outperform traditional webbing or bungees but they’re tough, flexible, lightweight, non-marring and infinitely versatile. The 25″ straps are the most versatile and can be used for securing larger items. Straps can also be daisy chained together to make a longer strap if needed. And when you’re not using them on your bike, you’ll find endless uses for them at home or on the job. See them in action below.

To enter this giveaway, sign up to our Adventure Collective before 22nd February. Already joined? No need to do anything – you’re all set!

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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Leonie is the founder & creative director of Bicycle South. A designer & environmental activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and a keen advocate for bicycle cities. When she is not blogging on local bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring on her gravel bike.
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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Leonie is the founder & creative director of Bicycle South. A designer & environmental activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and a keen advocate for bicycle cities. When she is not blogging on local bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring on her gravel bike.

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