Win VIP tickets to the 2016 Women's Tour

Plus an in-car experience at the final stage!

Taking place from 15 to 19 June, the 2016 Aviva Women's Tour is Britain's biggest women's cycling event and the only international-level stage race for women in the UK. We’ve got some awesome prizes to give away if you’d like to attend one of the stages.

First off, we have 23 pairs of hospitality tickets up for grabs for your choice of race stage. You’ll be able to choose to attend one of five finishing locations where you’ll be treated to food, drink and a clear view of the finishing line. Locations are Norwich, Stratford-upon-Avon, Chesterfield, Stoke-on-Trent and Kettering.

Next up, one lucky winner will get the chance to present one of the winning trophies on the podium at Stage 4 in Stoke-On-Trent. The same winner will also get a pair of hospitality tickets so you’ll be able to take a friend along (perhaps to get some pics of you on the podium for Instagram).

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And finally, the grand prize. How does an in-car experience for two people, following the final stage of the tour in Kettering, plus a pair of hospitality tickets to enjoy the celebrations afterwards sound? Because that’s what you’ll get if your entry is picked.

The Aviva Women's Tour is part of the brand new UCI Women's WorldTour, and 14 of the worlds top 17 professional women's teams will be competing against each other, including Boels-Dolmans, Canyon//SRAM, and Wiggle HIGH 5. They'll be joined by the Great Britain national team, and the domestic Drops Cycling Team. It's your chance to see some of the top female cyclists in the world including World Champion Lizzie Armitstead and defending champion Lisa Brennauer in action, just before they jet off to Rio. 

So what do you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one of these fantastic prizes? Simple - head to the link below and answer one simple question before the competition closes at 10:00GMT on 6 June 2016.

Find out more about the tour at www.womenstour.co.uk

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