Wins! £500 to spend on anything you want from Altura!

Here we go, our first New Year’s contest and it’s a great contest from our good friends at ZyroFisher… for a £500 voucher* that you can spend on anything from Altura! Given the depth of the Altura’s range, that should make any cyclist happy for a while.

We’ve taken a closer look at the range and listed some of your options below, but it’s really up to you, the winner, what you choose. You may choose one or two of our recommendations, or you may choose to load up on socks or luggage and accessories. As they say, the choice is yours!

All products are listed on the Altura website, and the £500 prize can be used on full SRP items only. There is no cash equivalent.


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If you are not familiar with Altura, it is a UK based brand that started in 1997 producing cycling apparel, luggage and accessories for all types of cycling and for all types of riders. Here are some words from the Altura themselves:

Every Altura innovation is created out of necessity – the need for every shirt, jacket, pair of tights, accessory and bag, to function flawlessly. Fabrics and technical features combine with decades of trusted expert attention to detail to ensure comfort on the bike on the longest rides and toughest conditions.

Let’s not waste any more time and take a look at some excellent items that you can choose. First, and absolutely perfect for this time of year is the Men’s or Women’s Nightvision Electron Jacket, SRP £190.


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Here’s Altura to tell us more about it:

Take our Nightvision collection to the next level with the new Electron Jacket. It’s cleverly designed with the SCILIF SunFibre Lighting System integrated with a rechargeable power bank, which can be easily removed for washing so you can keep your jacket looking like new.

The Electron Jacket has excellent 10k/10k waterproof and breathable ratings. Reflective panels and fleece-lined front and side panels provide added visibility and essential warmth during winter commutes. The zipped chest and hand pockets allow you to carry those essentials securely and the jacket hood can be stowed out of sight making it a highly innovative and versatile addition to the Nightvision commuter range.

You can find more details here.

If you’re planning on trying off-road driving and navigating gravel highways and highways, you might fancy looking at some of Altura’s Adventure lines and excellent Esker Jacket and Trail pants.


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Turn to Altura again to give us a brief rundown of the Esker jacket:

The Altura Esker Packable Jacket provides a lightweight, soft-shell outer layer when you’re anticipating interchangeable weather on your adventure. Designed to easily stow in a bar bag or back pockets while riding, this highly breathable jacket is designed for versatility. Handy features include a zipped chest pocket to keep belongings close at hand, an adjustable helmet-compatible hood and a low-profile elbow protection space as well.

Find out more here.


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Here is some information about the Esker Trail Pants:

Made of lightweight, durable fabric with a tapered leg construction, the Women’s MTB Esker Trail Pant looks great on and off the bike. There’s more freedom of movement thanks to articulated knees while water is kept out by a durable waterproof coating along with elasticated cuffs, designed to keep you comfortable on your adventures.

Find out more here.

How about an insulated jacket to aid in your morning commute or frosty gravel ride? No problem! Altura owns the Twister Jacket, which is a warm and smart jacket with insulation made from recycled plastic bottles and is reflective for safety.


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The Twister Jacket is designed for use on or off the bike. Comfortable recycled insulation offers a 9.5°C warm/warm rating and a nylon outer shell with a durable water-repellent coating helps keep you dry in changing weather conditions. Subtle tonal reflective detailing will help you stay visible in low-light conditions, and a hinged stitch design increases your ease of movement making this jacket the “go to” of the spring, fall and winter seasons.

Find out more here.

And if you like to ride, commute, or shop locally, you’ll need some carrying capacity for your bike… How about a pair of Grid Panniers with 30 liters in between?


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The Grid Pannier Roll Up Pair offers a space-saving solution that folds easily for compact storage when not in use while providing 15 liters of space in each basket when you’re on the go or when carrying essentials on your travels. The waterproof DWR finish combines with a barrel closure to keep everything dry, while the grip handle ensures ease of use. The basket set is finished with reflective detailing to ensure you stay visible in low light conditions on the road.

You can learn more about Grid Panniers here

And if you fancy something that looks as good on a bike as it does on a bike, take a look at the Zephyr jacket. It’s a soft, water-resistant shell, and the women’s version has a sleeker, modern longer cut.


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Navigate to Altura for the last time:

The Nightvision Zephyr Stretch Jacket combines contemporary styling with bonded seams and a relaxed fit in ultra-soft, water-resistant fabric that looks good on and off the bike. For women, the Zephyr stretch jacket comes with a longer silhouette that complements modern styles.

Read more about sapphire here.

So you have it, a small selection of Altura from a very large group. It is entirely up to you what you choose so go to the Altura Apparel website and start dreaming about what you would choose to spend the £500 if you won.

All you need to do to stand a chance of winning is to head down to the signup form below and fill in your details. The competition is only open to residents of the United Kingdom and Ireland. good luck!

* No cash will be given for any unused amount, so choose wisely.

Entry form below. Can’t you see it? click here

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