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On your bike! Win a rare Justmoney.co.za cycle top

By Staff Writer

To mark the inaugural entry of Team Justmoney.co.za in this year's Cape Argus Cycle Tour, we are giving away limited edition cycle tops to five lucky people who register with South Africa's guide to money before 23rd January 2008.

All you have to do is click here to register and fill out the simple form - it only takes a couple of minutes. After you have submitted your form, you will receive an e-mail from our editor, Paul Beadle, with a link that you have to click to confirm your registration.

Simply confirm your registration and then reply to the e-mail with the word ‘cycle!' in the subject line, indicating your choice of unisex short-sleeved top, unisex vest or women's vest - and don't forget to include your size.

The five winners will be plucked from the editor's cycle helmet after the closing date.

Even better than winning a limited edition top, as a registered member of Justmoney.co.za you will be able to use our unique health check to see how fit your finances are, download our free guides and be kept informed with all the latest news from the world of South African personal finance.

So get on your bike and register today!

Sorry, only open to new registrations - existing registered members will not be entered into the draw.

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