ENVE_Team-Dimension-Data_Tour-de-France-contest

Enve Composites is offering up a unique chance to see the Tour de France this July from the inside of the peloton. Partnering up with their sponsored Dimension Data team who’ll be racing le Tour, Enve is holding an online contest for a lucky cyclist and their guest to fly to France, hobnob with the team and get a behind the scenes look at the racing. Not only will the winner get to join Enve to spectate at the event, they’ll get to ride along on a stage in a team car, will get a chance to ride one of the Alpine mountain stages, and go home with a set of wheels. Check out the full details and how to enter after the jump…

To enter all you have to do is head over to Enve’s website to a dedicated page that they’ve set up for the Tour contest. No purchase needed to enter, but you do need to give both a valid email and Strava profile name. The winner and a friend will be awarded airfare to and from the 4 day trip in July, as well as lodging as they join the Enve team. They’ll get a chance to meet with the riders of Team Dimension Data, and even join them for a rest day ride.

Dates of the trip will be July 10-14, which means the winner will join the team for the first rest day in Andorra and then be able to watch stages 10, 11 & 12 which culminate with a mountain top finish on Mount Ventoux. Not only that, but Enve is organizing it so the winner will have a chance to climb the iconic Ventoux before the pros get there. Then when all is said and done and they are sent back home, the winner will roll away with their choice of one of Enve’s current SES wheelsets to remember it all.

The competition is open to cyclists worldwide, and runs until next week. The winner will be announced on June 30 (next Thursday) with the trip just a week and a half later, so check that your passport is valid ASAP.

ENVE.com

Subscribe
Notify of
guest

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

5 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
BillB
BillB
5 years ago

Nice. Too bad for folks that don’t do Strava…

rich hargus
rich hargus
5 years ago

Yup. just another corporate marketing campaign to get a load of peoples information (strava) to figure out more streamlined ways of selling you stuff you dont need and making you a marketing tool.

Steve @ G4G
5 years ago
Reply to  rich hargus

I’m all for being a marketing tool if it results in a set of wheels and a trip to the tour. Besides, they probably have most of my info already.

rich hargus
rich hargus
5 years ago
Reply to  Steve @ G4G

yup. i might as well just resign to the fact that some people have no problem forking over all their personal information and web histories to enable corporate marketers to ensure that they have the correct manufactured wants. anyhow, im on the way to buy some Michelob Ultra.

Allan
Allan
5 years ago
Reply to  rich hargus

Um, this kind of thing has been around forever. “Enter now to win a free ________” basically equates to “Give us all your personal info now!”. Nothing earth shattering or unique going on here…