GRAN FONDO Reader Survey 2016 – The Happy Winners

In our first reader survey we asked you for your wildest thoughts, your irritations and your ideas – and more than 2,500 of you participated. By taking our survey and helping us to make GRAN FONDO Cycling Magazine even better, you had the chance to win great prizes worth more than € 20,000. Here they are, the happy winners of the 2016 reader survey!

Winners 2016

David H. – Focus Paralane Factory
Lars L. – Cervélo C3 Ultegra Di2
Jürgen D. – SRAM Red eTap
Tim C. – Enve SES 5.6 Disc mit Chris King R45 Disc-Naben
Keith D. – Campagnolo Potenza

All winners have been informed by e-mail!

The results of the 2016 reader survey have been published in GRAN FONDO issue #003.

Prizes 2016

Focus Paralane Factory: € 3,999

The new Focus Paralane is far more than just a standard endurance racing bike. The goal was to develop a racing bike with the ultimate ride characteristics for long distances on a variety of road surfaces and to combine this with innovative technicologies to create the most exciting bike of its kind. Whether racing in a sportive or negotiating dirt tracks while on an adventurous trip to the back of beyond, the latest innovation from Germany’s premium bike brand is ready to rise to all these challenges. The Paralane Factory is a special model with a SRAM 1×11 drivetrain ready for any adventure. Find out more in our review or check out the Focus website where more information will be available soon.

Cervélo C3 Ultegra Di2: € 6,499

The Cervélo C3 Ultegra Di2 is the perfet fit for serious cyclists looking to get off the asphalt and extend their seasons. The C3’s increased tire clearance, lower bottom bracket and longer chainstays inspire confidence on mixed surfaces while delivering a longer, more comfortable day in the saddle. Speaking of confidence, the C3’s top-of-the-line disc brakes deliver exceptional control without sacrificing performance. Find out more on the Cervélo website.

SRAM Red eTap: 2.700 €
SRAM Red eTap: € 2,700

It’s Time To Shift Forward! SRAM know that if a technological advancement clutters the experience, it doesn’t deserve the moniker of advancement. Because it’s a bike; it’s supposed to be simple. Getting rid of the superflous is what renders it elegant… Put simply, that’s advancement. And that’s why SRAM developed their first electronic shifting system; SRAM RED eTap. More info:

Enve SES 5.6 Disc with Chris King R45 Disc hubs: € 3,200

The ultimate disc brake specific, aerodynamic, and lightweight road race wheelset. The SES 5.6 Disc has been aerodynamically and structurally optimised for use with disc brakes. Road cyclists and triathletes on disc brake bikes will benefit from the SES 5.6 Disc’s reduced drag, lightweight design, and rim shape optimized for larger volume road tires. More info:

Campagnolo Potenza: 840 €
Campagnolo Potenza: € 840

Campagnolo, the historic and iconic Italian components manufacturer, have developed the new Potenza 11-speed groupset, cramming in many of the technolgies from the top-end Super Record group into this more affordable package. Find out more in our first ride article.

The results of the 2016 reader survey have been published in GRAN FONDO issue #003.