To celebrate our cycling theme this week on Oxford Today, we're offering you the chance to win some bike kit.

The prize takes the form of a set of locking security skewers that will delight anyone who commutes in an urban environment. For a tiny fraction of the weight of a D-lock, they offer complete peace of mind for the most vulnerable part of your bicycle, the wheelset.

Worth £100, they are the creation of Atomic22: a company founded by Patrick Wells ands Ayantica Mitra which bespoke manufactures every single part in the UK from a Sussex base, from top grades of steel and titanium.

The Competition is a prize draw. All we'd like you to do is explain your fondest memory of cycling in Oxford as a student. Each entry should consist of no more than 50 words, and the closing date for entries is Friday December 6th.

Please email your entries to ot.webeditor@admin.ox.ac.uk with the subject line 'Cycling Competition'.