Here’s your chance to win an ABD Derelikt 3 dirt jump bike worth £1,100, thanks to the guys at Paligap

WIN AN ABD DERELIKT 3 COMPLETE BIKE

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All you have to do is answer this super easy question in the comments:

Who is ABD’s rider on the Derelikt?

a) Lewis Jones

b) John Lewis

c) Lewes near Brighton

Here’s the full spec of the ABD Derelikt 3:

Frame ABD 4130 Cr–Mo, Mid BB, Integrated Seatclamp

Fork RockShox Argyle R 80mm Travel with Rebound Adjust

Crankset Tubular Cr–mo with 28T CNC Alloy Chainring

Brakes Avid Elixir 5 Hydraulic Disc

Brake Levers Avid Elixir 5

Wheelset/Rims Alienation 440 36H

Hubs Joytech Alloy

Spokes DT Swiss Industry Stainless Steel

Cassette 11T Internal Driver

Handlebar ABD Slayer Bar 22.2 x 75

Stem ABD Slayer Ahead

Headset FSA Impact Campy

Grips ABD Consume Less

Pedals ABD Composite

Tyres Kenda Kranium 26x2.1"

Saddle ABD Pivotal

Seat Post ABD Pivotal

Bottom Bracket Mid BB 48 Spline

Chain KMC Z–510H

ABD are new to the UK, so here’s a little bit of info about them.

The company’s roots are firmly based in Dirt Jump and BMX, having designed and built some of New Zealand’s first BMX bikes back in the early 80’s and operating the first successful BMX team.

Introduced as a new brand in 2004, ABD is 100% designed and developed in New Zealand and has asserted itself as one of the preferred BMX bikes down under on the back of Sarah Walkers’ gold medal performances on the track and riders like Paul Langland’s on the jump parks and streets.

The Derelikt range has been developed over a number of years and are available in the UK now.