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Australian Mountain Bike magazine is the country's leading off-road cycling publication. You'll find a wide range of features that cover guidance for newer mountain bikers, through to reviews and discussion for even the most experienced riders. AMB showcases some of the greatest riding locations around Australia, New Zealand and further afield, and covers what's happening on the ground with the latest trail developments.

With a huge array of experienced writers and product testers, AMB delivers high-quality, independant bike and product reviews, along with tips on riding skills, fitness, nutrition, and of course workshop tasks. With regular opinion pieces, reader competitions, event coverage and interviews, AMB is the one-stop-shop for mountain bike stoke and news.

If you would like to order the current issue or previous issues, please contact Subscriber Services on 1300 361 146 or email subscribe@mymagazines.com.au.

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In the 1960s, Seiko announced itself on the international sports timing stage with a whole new generation of highprecision equipment that was enthusiastically endorsed by many international sports federations and used to capture elapsed time at many of the world’s leading sports events. Central to this success was a range of stopwatches that incorporated Seiko’s innovative “heartshaped cam” mechanism, a feature which delivered a level of precision once thought unachievable by manual sports timing devices. Then, in 1969, Seiko introduced the Seiko Speedtimer with the innovative Calibre 6139. It was the world’s first automatic chronograph with a column wheel and vertical clutch, two devices that delivered real improvements in the measurement of elapsed time in a wristwatch and are still a prerequisite in high functionality chronographs.

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For your chance to win this amazing prize, simply subscribe, extend or renew your subscription to Australian Mountain Bike today and answer the question in 25 words or less – What is the most useful feature for you in the Seiko Sports range, and why?

Seiko competition open to new, renewing or extending Australian residents only, subscribing in print to AMB for a minimum of 1 year between 4/7/22 and 21/8/22. This is a game of skill. To be eligible to win you must answer the question provided in 25 words or less. Three (3) subscribers will each win a Seiko watch valued at up to $1,050 from the following models; SSC815P1, SSC817P1, SSC819P1. Total prize pool is valued at up to $3,150. Entries will be judged by the AMB editorial team on 23/8/22. The most creative answers will win. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Please allow 6-8 weeks for separate delivery of prizes (after 21/8/22). The Promoter is nextmedia P/L, 205 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards, NSW 2065. NSW Authority No. TP/01427, ACT Permit No. TP 21/02081. Our full Privacy Notice can be found at www.nextmedia.com. au.

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