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Win a set of Knog lights
2.11.09 by Buffalo Bill

Yes, free stuff. To win a set of Knog Gekko lights, exactly the same as the ones that are available from Cycle Chic, all you have to do is send an email to: movingtargetcomp@me.com with the answer to the following question:

In which year did the very first paper edition of Moving Target first appear?

Please use the subject line ‘Knog competition’.

This competition is a promo for Voucher codes. VoucherCodes.co.uk can help you cycle for less with Halfords Voucher Codes.

The winner will be selected at random, is not open to me, my family, my cat or House of Pistard* employees.

www.movingtargetzine.com and www.vouchercodes.co.uk competition terms

This Competition is open to entrants aged 18 years or over
To enter the Competition entrants must submit an email to the email address with the correct answer to the question in the blog competition post on www.movingtargetzine.com
This competition starts on 2nd November 2009 in Great Britain
Closing date for entries is midnight, 8th November 2009 in Great Britain
Only entries received before the specified closing date and time will be submitted into the Competition. eConversions Ltd. and www.movingtargetzine.com accept no responsibility for lateness, loss or misdirection of entries
No purchase is necessary to enter this competition
It is a requirement of the Competition that the entrant has access to the Internet to submit their entry
Anonymous entries to the Competition will not be accepted
The prize will consist of a set of Knog Gekko bicycle lights
No cash alternative is available for the prize
The promoter of the competition is: eConversions Ltd., 9 Dallington Street, London, EC1V 0BQ, UK
Entries are limited to one entry per person
The winner will be selected at random on the 8th November 2009 and notified by the email provided to www.movingtargetzine.com within 96 hours
The winners name will be published within 15 days of the Competition’s closing date at: www.vouchercodes.co.uk/competition
Employees (and their relatives) of eConversions Ltd. and other companies associated with the competition are excluded from entry

  1. I could’ve won this. There used to be a copy of MT #1 in the Westcoast Messengers HQ toilet for wiping yer arse with.

    westcoastmess    2 November 2009, 10:46    #
  2. Winner is Tom Betts! Congratulations.

    — Bill    11 November 2009, 08:47    #
  3. Oh yeah,who’s he then?
    Not a made up name at all!
    I hope your new lights go with the colour scheme,Bill.
    What a sham.

    — overdrive    11 November 2009, 11:02    #
  4. Don’t worry OD, sure you’ll still win something this year..

    — Darrenger    11 November 2009, 14:22    #
  5. Roger!Probably not a copy of the fixed book though.

    — overdrive    11 November 2009, 17:05    #
  6. I have a girl’s pants up for grabs

    — Lee    11 November 2009, 20:57    #
  7. The answer is 1998, that’s the year Buff got over 50 punctures.

    — Zack Speedfastest    12 November 2009, 08:49    #
  8. Oh stop whingeing OD. You should have been dqed for double entering.

    — Bill    12 November 2009, 09:14    #
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