Want to win a Quarq Powermeter? Or perhaps two…

Complete the Cycle powermeter survey and you could win prizes from Quarq/SRAM potentially worth more than £1500. Here are the details you need

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Complete the Cyclepowermeters survey for your chance to win a Quarq

UK-based powermeter specialists Cyclepowermeters ( are currently conducting a survey in association with Quarq/SRAM. It’s relatively short and will take you no more than five minutes to complete (I trust tried it myself to confirm).

Completing the survey will put you in with a chance to win a Quarq powermeter yourself and the greater the number of responses, the more valuable the prize(s) will be. Should the survey generate 5000+ responses, then the winner will receive a Quarq powermeter of your choice for you and a friend. That’s a total value of more than £1500.

On the basis of “be in it to win it”, here’s the link you need – and good luck!


Cycle Power Meters survey 2019 / powermeter survey

John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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