How to get a ride in the Tour de France neutral service car

How to get a ride in the Tour de France neutral service car

Joe Robinson 22 Feb 2019 Mavic and Zwift team up to offer opportunity to ride in the peloton at this year's Tour The chance to ride along in a neutral service car for a day at the Tour de France is almost a 'money can't buy experience'. We say almost , as with enough money just about anything is possible. However, Mavic is giving you the the chance to spend a day in its neutral service car at a stage of this year's Grand Boucle and it won't cost you a single penny – just 52.2km of riding effort. The French wheel manufacturer has teamed up with Zwift to host its L'Etape du Tour: Ride to Win event on Tuesday 26th February, from which one lucky finisher will win the chance to ride along behind the Tour peloton for a day. The winner will also receive a set of Mavic ...

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