Ride with world champion Mark Cavendish in London next Tuesday

Register now for chance to have a leisurely ride with Cav in a London park next Tuesday

by Simon_MacMichael   May 21, 2012  

Mark Cavendish MSR 2012 (© Simon MacMichael)

British Cycling and Sky have issued an invitation to join world champion Mark Cavendish, currently enjoying a welcome day of rest as he chases the Giro d'Italia points jersey, for what is billed as a leisurely bike ride in one of London's parks next Tuesday 29 May.

Places on the ride are strictly limited and will be awarded on a random basis to people who register their interest on the Sky Ride website, with registration closing at midnight tomorrow. Successful applicants will be told whether they have a place on Wedesday 23 May.

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Gulp! Just stuck my name down.

posted by Super Domestique [1592 posts]
21st May 2012 - 13:05

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I would think it will just be a leisurely trundle tbh.

If I could have, say, 6 bikes, would it stop me drooling over others that I don't have?

posted by notfastenough [2953 posts]
21st May 2012 - 13:22

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Snap Big Grin

Sir Velo

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posted by Raleigh [1728 posts]
21st May 2012 - 13:23

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Not another ride with the World Champ.
Forever bumping into him in the Essex lanes, coffee shops......
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posted by winprint [122 posts]
21st May 2012 - 13:25

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I've got my name down......I'm sure thousands of others have aswell though, At least you get 5 days notice to plan a trip to London town Big Grin

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posted by Gkam84 [8698 posts]
21st May 2012 - 14:42

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I'd go, but I'd hate to destroy his confidence just before the Olympics.

posted by wild man [279 posts]
21st May 2012 - 22:32

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Amazingly I'm in central London next Tuesday and was stuck for something to do!

If cycling is indeed a sport of self-abuse why aren't more cyclists sectioned under the mental health act?

posted by hairyairey [278 posts]
23rd May 2012 - 20:37

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But it's now closed - should have read this article yesterday...

If cycling is indeed a sport of self-abuse why aren't more cyclists sectioned under the mental health act?

posted by hairyairey [278 posts]
23rd May 2012 - 20:37

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