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From the 16th to the 25th of April we are inviting cyclists to come into our Skoda dealerships in Wolverhampton, Redditch and Stourbridge and complete a 750mtr time trial on a Wattbike to win a chance to race against Gold medal winning cyclist Ed Clancy on Saturday the 26th April.

The two fastest winning times will also WIN a fantastic trip to see an Alpine stage of the Tour de France 2014, including travel, 2 nights’ accommodation, helicopter ride over the race and much more!

Trust Group UK are raising money for Cancer Research UK during the event and all that we ask is that competitors donate to the charity by putting some money in the collection buckets when they visit.

You can also enter to WIN a Skoda Rapid Spaceback worth £15,000.

If you need any further information please give me a call on 0121 355 3627 or visit the website for more information: www.trustgroupuk.com/event

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Comment by CKS on April 14, 2014 at 15:06

I once owned a Skoda for two weeks.  It lived up to its reputation.

Comment by Savlona on April 14, 2014 at 16:23

My husband has a Skoda Octavia. It's not given us any trouble and has an absolutely cavernous boot, which is a godsend when we go camping. Now they're owned by Volkswagen, they're not bad cars. Doesn't have half the personality of my Babboe, mind you...

Comment by CKS on April 14, 2014 at 19:49

To be fair mine was one of the old Estelles with a straght-4 engine hanging off the rear axle!  They were partially assembled by prisoners form a nearby camp, I'm not surprised that they were rubbish!

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