#WinWithPeter every day at the biggest bike race in the world
To celebrate this year’s Tour de France™, we’re launching a new competition together with the double and reigning world road race champion, Peter Sagan. Each day of this year’s race you will have the chance to #WinWithPeter, with a range of great prizes up for grabs from partners of Peter Sagan, BORA-hansgrohe, and also SCICON.
The 104th edition of La Grande Boucle gets underway on 1 July, in Düsseldorf, kicking off three weeks of intense and exciting racing. A look at the parcours shows it’ll be just as varied a race as ever, with the riders facing early uphill finishes as well as two trips to the Alps either side of their journey to the Pyrenees, before a rolling time trial on the penultimate stage that could see the final GC decided.
As winner of the Green Jersey, of the Points Classification, for the past five consecutive years, Peter Sagan will once again go into the race as hot favourite for the jersey, and he’ll be on the hunt for stage victories once again. And you too can have your chance at getting that winning feeling with the launch of a new #WinWithPeter competition each day of the race.
How to enter?
Visit the competition page www.winwithpeter.com, or keep an eye out on the Peter Sagan social media channels – Twitter and Facebook – for the daily contests and submit your entries. To enter, all you need to do is to follow the instructions to the competition landing page where you will submit your details before a winner is chosen at a later date. Brands involved include BORA, hansgrohe, Craft, 100%, QM Sports Care, Rocket Espresso, SCICON, Spinazzè Group, CeramicSpeed, Merrell, Silca, *sunroot and Dinzler Kaffeerösterei AG. You can enter each day to increase your chances of winning, and do share each post too. Good luck! #WinWithPeterSHOP NOW
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