Win a Papillionaire Bicycle

Papillionaire Mixte bicycle

StreetChat is giving away one stylish Mixte bicycle from Papillionaire, valued at $599, to a lucky new subscriber.

Choose your frame colour from navy, vermillion, olive, birdie, cream, white or black:

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Then get ready to cruise through parks and streetscapes on a classic European design.

Simply sign up to StreetChat before October 31, 2017 for your chance to win.

Terms and Conditions: Competition is open to new subscribers only. Winner will be announced via StreetChat in November. Street Furniture Australia will deliver directly to the winner.

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