Win a Park Tool puncture repair kit

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You can ride 1,000 uneventful miles only for the puncture fairy to strike with a vengeance.

Nobody knows why flats, like buses, turn up in twos and threes, but the anecdotal evidence speaks for itself. However unwelcome an interruption your next puncture will be, you can ensure your roadside pit-stop rums smoothly by carrying the correct tools.

This top-of-the-line repair kit from Park Tool Ride, which comes in its very own tight tool roll with a cinch strap, is just the ticket. Best of all, we have one to give away.

The puncture repair kit includes:

  • Pocket Protector Micro Pump
  • Multi tool
  • Pre-glued Patch Kit
  • Tyre Lever Set
  • Emergency Tyre Boot
  • High pressure pressure gauge
  • Schrader / Presta adaptor

Win a Park Tool puncture repair kit

At £55, the Park Tool BTR-1 puncture repair kit shares the high price as well as the build quality of a Rolls Royce, but good quality tools should last more than a lifetime. We have one to give away for you to test. Please leave a comment at the bottom of the page and we will pick a lucky winner next week.

Cycle insurance with free breakdown (including puncture cover)

Cycle insurance from the ETA includes free Cycle Rescue. If you suffer a breakdown, or puncture, while out on your bike, we will recover you and your bike up to 25 miles. We won’t be able to fix your bike, but we will get you recovered.

It’s just one of the things that sets us apart.  On the face of it, one cycle insurance policy is much like another, but the devil is the detail. Check your small print for so-called ‘new-for-old’ replacement – many insurers use the term, but if your bicycle is more than a few years old, devalue it severely. This means you are left out of pocket when you come to replace it.

With ETA cycle insurance, however old the bike, if it’s stolen you get enough to buy a new model. Furthermore, every cycle insurance policy you buy from us helps support the work of the ETA Trust, our charity campaigning for a cleaner, safer transport future. No wonder The Good Shopping Guide has voted us Britain’s most ethical insurance company.

Comments

  1. Nick Broom

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    You don’t want to have to use it, but when it’s needed you will be glad you have the best…

  2. Christopher Holt

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    This would be great for touring!

  3. Jon

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    I’d love to win this 😄

  4. geoff w

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    Park tools have always given me the reliability I need.

  5. Basia Zaba

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    The puncture fairy struck me twice last week …

  6. Su

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    Future punctures would be a walk in the park with this kit.

  7. Eric Ludlow

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    Don’t let me down…

  8. Mary Fisher

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    Punctures haven’t been a problem for me in sixty years – but something like this would make my poor old fingers work more easily.

  9. John Bell

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    This would make an ideal Father’s Day gift , best start dropping hints.

  10. Mark Stack

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    Park tools are cool, especially if they’re free, please give ’em to me 🙂

  11. Deb Epton

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    Just what I need to fix those pesky punctures. Would save me a fortune in spoons 😃

  12. Vin

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    Something light but robust enough to get me back on the road would be great – this looks just the job!

  13. Marcus

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    I always seem to get three punctures on the same day and then none for months. There’s a limit to how many spare tubes you can carry…..

  14. Sharon Evans

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    Yes please

  15. Ian G Ramsey

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    The state of the roads around me this is an essential!

  16. Jamie Johnson

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    Guaranteed to not be a let down…

  17. Michael Joy

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    Looks handy

  18. Andrew Cole

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    cool !

  19. Julian Fargher

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    Smart kit, just right to go in your jersey back pocket.

  20. Donna Davies

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    Yes please. This would be a great addition while riding around the Welsh country side.

  21. Phil

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    I’m feeling a bit deflated

  22. David Hamilton

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    Yes Please.

  23. Lukas

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    There is nothing more disappointing then a puncture in the middle of nowhere but with this kit I can have a puncture every single mile hihihihij

  24. L Woodman

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    Thank you

  25. Gary

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    I live in hope…

  26. Stuart Lamb

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    Could be a life safer on my daily commute

  27. David Hunt

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    I could do with this!

  28. Richard Gregory

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    I’m overdue a puncture, would be nice to have this handy/

  29. Rob Lewis

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    I’ve always found Park tools to be great, so this would be a welcome addition to my toolkit.

  30. Graham Corfield

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    Park tool are the best tools, this should be great too!! If you’re gonna win then win big!!

  31. John Holiday

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    Am already a fan of the excellent patches which I always carry.
    The rest of the kit would be handy!

  32. Stefano f

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    Love it

  33. Claudia B

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    Super!

  34. Peter Clark

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    It’s odd to want something you hope you never use!

  35. Maxime Pley

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    Want it !

  36. Carsten Rosenlund Meilandt

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    Yes man you please 🙂

  37. Rich T

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    Looks a perfect solution for a saddle bag free machine !

  38. Rory Harkins

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    Could really do with a new pump.

  39. DougMilly

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    I really fancy this repair kit, and will feel tired and flat if I don’t win one!

    • Jane C

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      This might help me win the great battle of the picture repair!

  40. PeteG

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    It would be tempting fate to say I would really like this kit, but to have it would be the ideal defence !

  41. John

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    It’s a kit you do not want to use but when you have too is great

  42. Philip

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    It would be great if I again cycle to Sinapore

    • Philip

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      Spelling correction: that should be “Singapore”.

      Why does my comment need ‘moderating’; I cycled from Nottingham to Singapore in 1992 A superior repair kit would be top of my list if ever I were to repeat that trip.

  43. Denise Stow-Williamson

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    I’m taking cycle maintenance classes. The kit will be great.

  44. Steve K

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    Really useful!

  45. JON TOPE

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    Park tools are the cream of the crop in my opinion. Have many tools from them already and I rate them as our snap-on for cyclist.
    Let me be the envy of the trail by winning this shiny shiny puncture kit.

  46. Cleatclicker

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    no doubt the rolls Royce of tool rolls

  47. Peter Chisnall

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    Excellent

  48. Roger Birchall

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    Looks Awesome!!!, nice little kit!!!

  49. antvren

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    Being Park Tools I’d expect them to be reliable, however I’d take my old tyre levers – I’ve mastered using the three of them, with hooks to catch onto the spokes.

  50. Mark D

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    I need this

  51. Inge

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    Good stuff!

  52. Colin Hyne

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    After Losing Thirteen Stones in weight, I have started riding to and from work. This would certainly come in useful!

  53. TheCyclist

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    Always great to have a puncture repair kit. Thank you; I’d also like to win one.

  54. Alastair Seagroatt

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    Looks just the job for our dodgy roads.

  55. Barrow Boyd

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    Hopefully riding a trike does not increase the chance of a puncture by 50%, but if it does I’d be 100% prepared with the Parkes kit.

  56. Greg

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    Keep me rolling with this tool role….

  57. Mark B

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    I have a long commute so this would be really useful

  58. Ands R

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    ….never, ever talk about punctures – you know why!

  59. David

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    Every city rider should have one!

  60. Jennie Whitford

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    Just what I need, to avoid having to get the bus !

  61. Bryn Jones

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    Brilliant, just brilliant!

  62. Keith Graham

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    It would make a bad day better!

  63. Nick

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    Please and thank you

  64. Christopher

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    Essential for all but the very shortest of trips.

  65. Cheryl Buxton-Sait

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    Just getting to grips with cycle maintenance. This would be a great help.

  66. Ema

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    Great addition to my bike kits

  67. James

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    Looks great tool set

  68. Thomas Lankester

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    >>Nobody knows why flats, like buses, turn up in twos and threes
    Sure they do!
    a) the local authority has trimmed a hawthorn hedge and not cleaned up properly (my brother got 7 puncture off this one);
    b) one did not get all of an offending item out of the outer tube the first time.

  69. Stephen Perry

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    Oh yes please, even running Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres you never can be sure of being puncture free

  70. Helen Taylor-Carter

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    Never to be short of a tool at the side of the road again

  71. John Morgan

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    Looks nice!

  72. Stuart

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    This looks a great bit of kit that can make those frustrating times in the middle of nowhere go a little bit easier.

  73. Richard Scrase

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    I’d give this to my son on condition he learnt to fix his own puncture – yes, it’s the weekend and time to fix the families bikes

  74. Karl Wallendszus

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    This looks great. Quite apart from the quality of the tools, I like the roll to keep them in.

  75. Tony Pratschke

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    Hello,

    Last Saturday I took a long spin on my Mobility Scooter (nearly 5 hours averaging 10 km per hour. One part of the journey was a scenic path through woodland (advertised as suitable for pedestrians and wheelchair users) between Tinahely (Co. Wicklow) and Greenhall. Unfortunately it appears that no wheelchair user had used it before me! It was a bumpy ride!! Fortunately I didn’t notice the (slow) puncture on my right rear wheel until I arrived at the trail end. I felt devastated. A kind Samaritan nipped off in his car and returned with a puncture repair canister that sealed the leak until I got home. Whether I win this kit or not, I shall definitely buy it. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  76. Chris

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    Great kit and small enough to keep in my bag.

  77. Oliver Hewitt

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    Would love this!

  78. Gavin

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    Very useful… better looking than my rubber-banded 4 x allen keys and separate chain breaker.

  79. Ian Stewart

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    Park Tool – what more is there to say. The name alone no matter what they produce, spells quality.

  80. Jack diamond

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    Seems like a load of hot air to me.

  81. Chris Johnson

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    I’d be somewhat deflated if, again, I don’t win :o(

  82. Eleanor Clegg

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    Yes could do with that in rural Pembrokeshire when they’re cutting back those miles of blackthorn and hawthorn hedges on the roadside.

  83. matthew

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    glad this came up, after the other day I have run out of patches etc.
    good kits are hard to come by.

  84. Peter Brown

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    Like to put my name into the hat, too.

  85. matt p

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    an excellent little kit!

  86. Paul

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    Looks like a great kit

  87. David

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    Looks like a great set. I had 2 punctures the first 2 days of using my bike this year. None since, so I’m probably due one!

  88. tim pheby

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    We use park tools at Sustrans , great quality so it would be great to have this puncture repair kit

  89. tim pheby

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    We use Park Tools at Sustrans so it would be great to have this kit

  90. Pete Hughes

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    I would love to own a repair kit like this

  91. Paul

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    Yes please!

  92. kim plant

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    lovely prize thanks for the chance x

  93. Ian Loasby

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    Very nice set…would fit well in my saddle bag

  94. Dick Willis

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    Perfect for my son.

  95. Charles

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    As my son and I always say in the bike shop: geddit, geddit, geddit

  96. James Harris

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    This would be very useful to own.

  97. mark

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    What generous people you are! Thanks for the opportunity.

  98. Jim Woodlingfield

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    Would fit nicely in my trailer in case a puncture strikes taking the kids to school.

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