A keen cyclist from Yorkshire has won a signed Great Britain Cycling Team jersey for sharing his Fiat #PerfectRide.
Kenny Stoddart from Castleford has received the adidas jersey, signed by Elinor Barker and Philip Hindes, after his #PerfectRide was selected as the winning route.
British Cycling teamed up with official partner, Fiat, to take Great Britain Cycling Team stars Elinor and Philip out to the countryside to find out more about their Perfect Rides.
Philip and Elinor invited people to share their Perfect Ride on Twitter and Facebook to be in with a chance of winning the newly-designed Great Britain Cycling Team jersey.
Kenny Stoddart tweeted a picture of his favourite, picturesque 50 mile ride around West Yorkshire, which he enjoys riding because there aren’t many hills and there’s lots of beautiful scenery along the way.
Great Britain Cycling Team rider, Philip Hindes, said: "It was great to see lots of different routes posted on social media, it looks like there’s loads of people getting out into the countryside to enjoy a ride.
"I’d like to give Kenny’s perfect ride a go, it sounds like it’s got some amazing scenery and would be a good challenge."