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12 Dec 2014
6:00 am

12 days of Christmas competition – 11th day

On the eleventh day of Christmas, you can WIN a Bladez G-Wizz 125cc to the value of R12 490 sponsored by Puzey Motor Corporation.

To enter today’s competition get your copy of The Citizen for entry details.

Today’s competition closes Friday 12 December 2014.

Just 1 more day to go! The 12 Days of Christmas competition runs until 13 December 2014.

More about today’s prize:

Bladez G-Wizz 125cc

The G-Wizz 125 is part of Puzey’s well renowned Bladez Scooter range. A more MX styled scooter, the G-Wizz sets itself apart with distinctive headlight guards, hand guards and studded tyres to let you beat the traffic on tar or dirt.

Added to this, the G-Wizz boasts an excellent fuel economy that coupled with its market-leading reliability, makes it the ideal everyday commuter running at less than R7 a day.

The G-Wizz also has an easy “twist & go” throttle with an automatic transmission making it the perfect entry-level scooter for the novice or more experienced rider simply wanting to easily navigate the urban sprawl.

It also boasts a wide comfortable seat that allows for a passenger to be lifted and along with its spacious under-seat storage and standard luggage rack, ensures that all your belongings are safely stored and secured.




http://www.bikerswarehouse.co.za for further information.

Competition Rules:

The Citizen’s standard terms and conditions apply.

In addition the following rules will apply:

  • All valid entries from each day will be entered into a random draw.
  • Winners will be notified telephonically the day after the relevant competition closes.
  • Entrants are able to win only one prize from the 12 Days of Christmas competition. If you have been dawn as a winner from any of the 12 Days you will not be eligible for any additional prizes
  • Winners must collect their prizes from The Citizen in Johannesburg or from specific sponsors where necessary.

All winners will be announced on this website by Friday 19 December 2014 and on the winners’ page in The Citizen newspaper during January 2015.