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Win one of five custom-made fixed-gear bikes

Win the ride of your life at Boiler Room thanks to 14 Bike Co. and Red Stripe

Want to win the ride of your life? We thought so. Red Stripe has teamed up with bespoke bicycle company 14 Bike Co. for a one-off night at the world’s leading underground music show, Boiler Room, where five Red Stripe inspired fixed-gear bikes will be constructed- live – one of which could be yours.

On February 25 DJs Steve Braiden, XXXY, Midland and Paul Woolford took to the decks back to back, while 14 Bike Co. built five original, custom-made and Red Stripe inspired fixed-gear bikes worth £1,250 each.

Heading up the night was underground music pioneer Steve Braiden, who brought an amalgam of experimental electro, harmonious house and the most developed and deep techno before some bass heavy electro and garage from XXXY, and an eclectic mix of electro, house, experimental techno, 2-step and dub from cutting edge remix DJs Midland and Paul Woolford.

See photos and a video from Make Session 007 on Facebook at www.facebook.com/redstripelagerbeer. Terms and conditions apply. By entering this competition you agree to receive relevant communications from Time Out including news, events, offers and competitions. This competition will close at midnight on March 25 2013.


claire dimmer

great prize,just in time for spring if the snow stops x

Ian c

Maybe the weather will get warmer to go out on a bike. Fingers x.

Sean Ashley

My last bike was stolen a few years ago, I wish I could win this and start cycling again.




Amazing prize! Fingers crossed since my bike is now dead!

Chris Gibson

Yes Yes, Please come to me!!! I would ride you with a smile every day!


Great prize special when we need one of thouse


Fixed gear no thanx and 1200£ doesn't mean anything good unless you want folded bike


I used to frequent this place regualarly but sadly on my last visit having not been for a while it has gone seriously downhill. Miso soup that they forgot to put the miso in (hot water with tofu and seaweed lacks a certain anything). A set sushi plater with no tuna, as advertised on the menu. The fish was fine, though the nigiri very small and over firm. It was suspiciously quiet and couldn't help but feel with all of the other options available locally people were voting with their feet. A shame, and perhaps just a bad day but I won't be going back and expect it to change or disappear pretty soon. Good luck to them.

Robert Kay

These two wheels are better when won

Ian Zietlow

The guess Question doesn't work for numbers in Germany.