And our first Winner is….

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A number of entries received for the first mini-challenge of the Corona Mountain Goat Challenge, and all worthy winners in their own way… But there can only be one winner (as we all know!).

So after much deliberation (mostly whilst out trying to remember how to ride without stabilisers this morning), the winner is Marsha (M-Louise Dis) for her submission “dunes with the ginger twit” and she wins herself a £5 Amazon Gift Voucher with my compliments 🙂 

Good luck with the rest of the challange everyone and stay safe!


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