It's been a big week for British cycling and to mark Wiggo's Tour de France win, we have a set of 2012 Le Coq Sportif replica jerseys to give away.
There are few more iconic jerseys in sport than the Tour de France maillot jaune.
Although its origins are not quite as exotic as you'd hope (the original organising newspaper L'Auto was printed on yellow paper) the yellow jersey has acquired a hallowed status that stretches (sorry) far beyond its function as a tight-fitting sports top.
And now in a week when even your mum is a frenzied cycling fan, what better addition to your wardrobe than an authentic set of 2012 winner's jerseys - the yellow, the polka dot king of the mountains, the sprinters' green jersey and white for best young rider.
These 2012 race replicas, known as 'take down' jerseys, are authentic versions of what the Tour riders themselves wear on the road - featuring rubberised waistband, an extended zip, official sponsors and a vintage style sewn down collar, harking back to the classic Le Coq Sportif jerseys of days gone by.
To win the complete set, enter your details here, putting Le Coq Sportif in the subject head. Good luck!
Le Coq Sportif 'Take Down' Jerseys, £60, www.lecoqsportif.com