WIN: Steve Brogan Superbike School, RST voucher and more

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WANT to have a chance at winning money towards RST gear or a place on a Steve Brogan Superbike School day?
Subscribe to the UK Clubsport magazine for your shot.

We’ve teamed up with some of the best in the business to give our early mag subscribers a chance to win a few hot prizes.

Every reader who has purchased an annual subscription to our upcoming magazine before midnight on February 28 (including those who subscribed in January or have already in February) will be automatically entered into the competition.

First prize winner of the random draw will take home a place on Steve Brogan’s new Superbike School, where you’ll be working with the former National Superstock champ himself, one of the most in-demand racing mentors in the game today.

A second winner will be handed £100 in cold, hard RST-spending cash, where you can splurge on gloves, boots, gear, casuals or anything in between from a club racing favourite and Britain’s biggest bikewear brand.

Four readers will take home a three-piece cleaning/maintenance kit from Silkolene, including Wash-off, Pro Prep and Silkolene Brake & Chain Cleaner, which we reviewed last month. And four others winners will be keeping warm and toasty with a Clubsport Mug and Bobble Hat.

That’s ten ways to win as a UK Clubsport magazine subscriber – what’s not to love?

If you haven’t already, CLICK HERE to subscribe to the magazine and be in with a chance. Winners will be announced in the first week of March.

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