Win a Panda Cycling Kit with Sudocrem

Collaborative Post¦ This year, Sudocrem are celebrating their 90th birthday with their Cycle More campaign. Although their brand has become synonymous with treating nappy rash effectively, they have become increasingly well known for helping all other kinds of skin issues. I always have Sudocrem with me ready to apply in any situation. I can’t count the number of times I’ve applied it to little grazed knees, including when Autumn has fallen off of her bike. I’m teaming up with Sudocrem for a giveaway of 6 panda cycling kits, which include a special little pot of Sudocrem for such occasions.

Cycle More

The Cycle More campaign challenges you and your family to cycle 90km this spring or summer! It’s very flexible, so you can do it in a way that suits you. All money raised by completing the challenge goes to Ickle Pickles. This helps them to support babies born prematurely or those who need intensive or specialist care. Funds go towards intensive care equipment, such as incubators and ventilators, that keep these babies alive. It’s easy to set up your fundraising account for people to sponsor you at Virgin Money Giving. Find out more and see some family cycling tips in my blog post about it or see the Sudocrem website.


To help you and your little ones take part in the challenge, we’re giving away a panda cycling kit to 6 lucky winners. These contain the following:

  • A drawstring Cycle More bag
  • An Ickle Pickles wristband
  • A Cyclist’s Little Sudocrem
  • A tin of panda plasters
  • A puncture repair kit

Just use the widget below to enter! Terms and conditions apply.

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Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.

5 thoughts on “Win a Panda Cycling Kit with Sudocrem”

  1. My partner loves cycling and my daughter has started enjoying it too , there’s a local castle which is fab for cycling

  2. Clumber Park, Trans-Pennine Trail and Chesterfield Canal and the Millennium Way in South Wales as well as round our local area. We love cycling. Can you tell?

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