The start of the Tour de France is only days away. If you’re planning to follow the racing as it heads from Yorkshire to Paris then why not make it more fun by entering a team in our road.cc Fantasy Cycling game? You can set up a league to play your friends, and there’s thousands of pounds of prizes from Wiggle to be won!
It’s simple: pick a team of 9 Tour de France riders. You’ll score points depending on how well they do during the race. You can change your team along the way, so you can pick the best riders for different types of stages. The team with the most points at the end of the Tour de France wins! To find out more, head to the game guide
Win a Verenti Revelation road bike worth £1,400!
Top dog in the Tour de France will walk away with a Verenti Revelation SR0.4 road bike. You get all the performance of a UCI approved carbon frame and all the functionality & precision of the SRAM Force 22 groupset. On top of that we’re throwing in a bundle of dhb clothing worth £600. You’ll certainly look the part if you win!
Second place also nets you a bike, a Verenti Insight 0.4 worth £750. With dependable Shimano Sora gearing and a high-quality carbon frame the Insight is a great all-rounder.
The third placed player will win a dhb kit bundle worth £250, including a set of dhb’s new top-tier Goldline kit.
Prizes every day!
There’s a chance to win on every stage: top scorer on the day will win themselves a pair of dhb triple lens sunglasses worth £29.99. So even if you’re way off the lead, just one good day could land you a prize.
A prize just for showing up!
And if that’s not enough, we’ll enter everyone who picks a team for Stage 1 into a draw to win a bundle of Lifeline goodies and Wiggle sports nutrition products worth £200. So you could win big without winning anything!
To get involved, simple head over to fantasy.road.cc and register to get started. Good luck!
Dave is a founding father of road.cc and responsible for kicking the server when it breaks. In a previous life he was a graphic designer but he's also a three-time Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling world champion, and remains unbeaten through the bog. Dave rides all sorts of bikes but tends to prefer metal ones. He's getting old is why.