Win a 2016 Dubai Tour leader’s jersey
Third DUBAI TOUR edition starts on Wednesday, and we just love the race so much that we have decided to give away one Blue GC leader’s jersey. Entering is easy and open to all Castelli InsiderNews subscribers and Facebook fans.
PICK THE WINNER OF THE 2016 DUBAI TOUR,
AND YOU COULD BE THE LUCKY WINNER OF THE BLUE LEADER’S JERSEY.
Some hot aspirants for the overall GC:
Mark Cavendish, DIMENSION DATA (RSA)
Marcel Kittel, ETIXX – QUICK STEP (BEL)
Lars Boom, ASTANA PRO TEAM (KAZ)
Elia Viviani, TEAM SKY (GBR)
Daniele Bennati, TINKOFF (RUS)
Fabian Cancellara, TREK – SEGAFREDO (USA)
Sacha Modolo, LAMPRE – MERIDA (ITA)
Philippe Gilbert, BMC RACING TEAM (USA)
Bradley Wiggins, TEAM WIGGINS (GBR)
Last year’s top 5 (2015)
1. Mark Cavendish (GBr) Etixx-QuickStep
2. John Degenkolb (Ger) Giant-Alpecin at 6 secs
3. Juan Jose Lobato (Spa) Movistar at 10 secs
4. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar at 12 secs
5. Marco Canola (Ita) UnitedHealthcare at 14 secs
The usual Castelli rules apply (see below), only one entry is allowed per person, and you enter by commenting below who you think
will win the 2016 Dubai Tour.
1. Contest is open to all Castelli Newsletter subscribers and Facebook fans.
2. The prize drawing is open to residents of the European Union and North America.
3. This contest begins at 12:00 p.m. Central European Time (CET) on February 01, 2016, and ends at 08:00 a.m. (CET) on February 5, 2016.
4. The Castelli random-number generator will pick the lucky winners.
MADE FOR HOT DAYS WITH AN AERO FIT
With the same fit and materials as the Cannondale Pro cycling team, the Dubai Tour leader’s jersey is perfect for the warm Dubai climate.
Castelli has partnered with the leading Italian fabric supplier SITIP to give the riders a lightweight next-to-nothing fabric for hot desert temperatures, the high-tech fabric blocks 96% of UV rays while providing excellent moisture management. The jersey is cut in a close-to-the-body anatomical shape for maximum aerodynamic performance when the peloton headed into dusty crosswind sections.