Tour de France 2014: Win a pair of tickets for the Tour de France finish line
Video: Win a pair of hospitality tickets at the Tour de France finish line: all you need is a bike and a camera
Friday 04 July 2014
For only the second time in its 111-year history, the Tour de France will start on British soil when Leeds plays host to the Grand Départ on Saturday, 5 July.
There are three British-based stages at this year's Tour de France, with the second from York to Sheffield should provide the most scenic delights. The 201km route crosses the Pennines and takes in some breathtaking scenery.
The last stage will see the finish on The Mall in London, as it was the first and last time the Tour visited Britain back in 2007.
For those unable to get a good viewing spot of the Tour de France in the U.K., London Live are offering viewers a chance to watch the race's finish.
To take part and have a chance of winning a pair of hospitality tickets at the Tour de France finish line, all you need is a bike and a camera.
As long as you’re in a safe place just pose and take a selfie, once you’re happy, tweet it using #WakeUpLondon
A judging panel will select the winning entries and the lucky ones will then be contacted directly over twitter by midday on Friday 4th July 2014.
If you are lucky enough to have been chosen, you must reply to the direct message within two hours, otherwise another winner will be selected.
Just remember, you must be over 18 to enter and don’t try to cycle whilst you’re taking your selfie. It’s very dangerous and not something we would encourage here at London Live.
Full terms & conditions can be found here.
Make sure you use the hashtag #WakeUpLondon
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