For our 129th Collective Reward, we’re giving away two pairs of QUOC Gran Tourer II shoes. Learn more about the British brand’s recently updated clipless shoes and get signed up for a chance to win here…

First released back in 2018, QUOC’s Gran Tourer shoes have become a popular choice among bikepackers, and we were excited when they released an updated version earlier this year. The new QUOC Gran Tourer IIs take the high-quality construction, good looks, and durability of the originals and add a BOA dial closure. Now, for Collective Reward #129, we’ll be setting up two randomly selected members of our Bikepacking Collective with a pair of Gran Tour IIs in their choice of size and color (depending on availability), a $230 value for each lucky winner.

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I’ve been wearing my pair of Gran Tourer IIs on all-day rides for more than six months now, and they’ve held up very well and have broken in nicely during that time. I find they effectively shed the elements, feel exceptionally well made, and have a fit that strikes a balance of roomy and supportive in the right places. They have an airy and breathable feel even on warm days, dry out quickly when wet, and have super grippy soles. I also appreciate the subtle reflective details when riding on the road.

Quoc Gran Tourer II

Support from our members makes possible. If you’re a regular reader of the site, please consider joining our Bikepacking Collective. Membership is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. Our members are automatically entered to win bi-monthly Collective Rewards (including a pair of these shoes), receive two issues of The Bikepacking Journal in the mail each year, have access to a bunch of exclusive industry discounts, and lots more.

QUOC has Gran Tourer IIs available in four colors (Sand, Pink, Black Gum, and Black) and EU sizes 38 to 47. You can find complete details and additional photos over at, where you can also sign up for their newsletter.

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