What kind of cyclist are you? Take part in our survey for the chance to win a $300 or £250 Amazon voucher

Female mountain biker in the Pentland Hills
Mountain Biking in the Pentland Hills, Scotland (Image credit: Paul Brett)

Do you prefer mountain bike or gravel, pedal power or electric? Whether you are a bikepacker or daily commuter, cycle only in fair weather at the weekend or even spend your winter in a virtual world on your indoor trainer. Or you do it all, we want to hear from you.

Take part in our latest Bike Perfect survey (opens in new tab) of cyclists for the chance to win a $300 or £250 Amazon voucher.

Bikepackers on the North Coast 500 Scotland

Bikepacking in on the North Coast 500, Scotland (Image credit: Paul Brett)

The world of cycling is changing and here at Bike Perfect we want to keep informed of all the developments. Keeping in touch with our readers’ experiences is vitally important and we want to hear all about the ‘how, where and when’ of your interest in all things cycling. The kind of bike you choose to ride, if you use the latest cycling tech as well as your views on the kind of bikes available.

Young mountain biker in race

Are you a racer or weekend fair weather cyclist? (Image credit: Paul Brett)

So please let us know your thoughts. The survey takes about six to eight minutes to complete and to say thank you for your time, your name will be placed into a prize draw for a chance to win* an Amazon voucher worth $300 or £250 (depending on your location). *T&Cs apply 

The survey is open to those based in UK, US, Canada and selected countries in Europe and runs till 23 November 2022. Hit the link below to get involved.

Take part in the survey (opens in new tab) 

Good luck and we look forward to hearing from you!

Gravel riders at Raiders Gravel

Do you prefer miles of gravel goodness? (Image credit: Paul Brett)
Paul Brett
Staff writer

Paul has been riding bikes for as long as he can remember. From racing mountain bikes in the 1990s to endurance riding on the North Coast 500. He put his knowledge of all things cycling to good use when Paul founded his own adventure and cycling magazines back in 2018, Proper Adventure and Proper Cycling, which has led him on some memorable experiences. 

From riding with and interviewing World Champions to riding bikes all over the world. Based in Edinburgh he has the stunning riding locations that Scotland has to offer on his doorstep and has recently embraced the freedom and adventure of gravel riding.

Rides: Scott Spark RC Team Issue, Bergamont Grandurance Elite, Standert Kreissäge Team Edition

Height: 176cm

Weight: 85kg