Start your tractors: Tour of Britain launches land art competition

Start your tractors: Tour of Britain launches land art competition

Joe Robinson 29 Jun 2018 One-week race wants to see you create the best land art along the route of this year's Tour of Britain Land art has been an age-old tradition of bicycle racing and to mark this the Tour of Britain has announced that it will be holding a competition for the most eye-catching installations at this year's race. Local schools, businesses and communities will be incouraged to work together with land owners along the route of the race to produce the best land art, which will be judged by race organiser Mick Bennett, the ITV4 commentary team and representatives from race organisers SweetSpot. The race, which runs from Sunday 2nd to Sunday 9th September, will make its way across Britain with stages in South Wales, the West Country, Warwickshire, Cumbria, Nottinghamshire and then finally the centre of London. Eventual winners will then be presented with a trophy ...

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