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First Easton wheelset winners named

Hincapie runs Easton EC90 Aero Carbon wheels with Easton R4 SL hubs.

Hincapie runs Easton EC90 Aero Carbon wheels with Easton R4 SL hubs. (Image credit: Greg Johnson)

There have been two winners in our Easton-Cyclingnews Wheelset a Day Giveaway, which we’re now pleased to announce.

Andre Lui won a set of Easton EC90 TT wheels for correctly answering our trivia question from the Prologue. George Hincapie is starting his 15th Tour de France in 2010. Who has the most Tour starts in history? Joop Zoetemelk with 16.

Michael Pepe won a set of Easton EC90 Aero wheels for correctly answering our trivia question from Stage 1. Professional riders rack up thousands of miles a year in training. According to the team’s own estimate, how many miles will BMC riders rack up this season? BMC’s team will pedal more than half a million miles in 2010.

In case you're not yet familiar with the contest, Easton Cycling has teamed up with Cyclingnews to give you a chance of winning a major upgrade to your bike during the Tour de France. Each day, during our live Tour de France coverage (, we'll ask a trivia question. Answer correctly at our contest page ( to be entered into the draw for that day’s prize.

The Easton-Cyclingnews Wheelset a Day Giveaway gives you 21 chances to try for a prize and you need to follow our live coverage for your shot.

Easton makes some of the most durable high-performance wheels in cycling and they are used by World Champion Cadel Evans and US National champion George Hincapie, who ride for Easton-sponsored BMC Racing Team.

Easton has included the best of their line in our giveaway:

- EC90 Aero wheelsets on flat stages

- EC90 SL wheelsets on hilly stages

- EC90 SLX wheelsets on mountaintop finish days

- EC90 TT wheelsets on days when the riders use the time trial bikes

Every day gives you a chance to win a wheelset from Easton. At the end of the Tour one daily entrant will be randomly selected to win the Grand Prize; a set of Easton EC90 wheels right off Cadel Evans’ race bike.

Follow the Tour de France live every day on Cyclingnews to make sure you have of the chance of winning.