yann wrote: ... Also - open to non-members- so what exactly are we going to learn?
Contact details of non-members sufficiently interest in cycling to enter a survey with the prospect of winning a bike?
+1 It's very hard to be kind to CUK in these circumstances, much as I would like to be. The introduction was disingenuous to the point of being deceptive - misleading isn't strong enough. I'm fairly shocked by CUK, though not by the survey. As Marshall McLuhan said, the medium is the messsage. When you read their enticements and then see the questions you realise what he meant: this survey (as they all are) was designed to elicit information about respondents (it has nothing to do with feedback about CUK - if it has, it is about how CUK adjusts its marketing position).
How far the mightly have fallen was my response. I did answer all the questions (in order to get to the rest of them) but with an increasingly sickening feeling. The good thing is that by seeing these "surveys" for what they are, it is possible to dismiss them and avoid being dragged further into the mire of marketing dressed up as honest reflection.
I feel sad at how low CUK has stooped and sorry for those who are duped by this sort of thing.