Monday, August 19, 2013

Win Trip to Tuscany for World Championships

From UCI:

UCI Travel is offering cycling fans the chance to win a VIP package to watch the final three days of the UCI Road World Championships in Florence, Italy.

The 2013 World Championships in the heart of Tuscany run from September 22nd to 29th. The winner of the UCI Travel competition will be able to watch first-hand the Men’s Junior, Under-23 and Elite road races and the Women’s Elite road race. The package, for two people, also includes accommodation, access to the exclusive UCI VIP area and a behind-the-scenes tour.

To be in with a chance to win, participants in the competition must state their favourite cycling event and why, then describe in 50 words or less their ultimate cycling experience.

Second prize is a UCI Road World Championships rainbow jersey signed by 2012 Time Trial World Champion Tony Martin. The author of the third best entry will win a €100 UCI Travel voucher.

Entries close on August 26th at 11.55pm and the winners will be notified on September 2nd.

“The UCI Road World Championships are our leading event of the year, bringing together the stars of the UCI WorldTour and the UCI Women Road World Cup,” explains UCI Commercial Manager Nicole Gruber Gil Lopez. “We are delighted to be able to offer this opportunity to experience the exciting action first-hand.”

UCI Travel is cycling’s premier travel operator and was born from a partnership between the UCI and Mummu Media, online specialists in sports, media and entertainment travel.

Entry here.

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