Stand a Chance to Win a Trip to the 2018 Tour de France

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Enter our competition and you could win a trip to the 2018 Tour de France worth R120 000!

Update: This competition is closed and the winner has been selected.

The Tour de France is the world’s oldest and most famous cycle race. First organised in 1903, the race is one of cycling’s prestigious, three-week long Grand Tours.

Usually held in July, the race follows a route that winds for around 3,500 kilometres through some of the most breath-taking scenery in Europe. The Tour de France has a different starting point every year and the 2018 race will start on Passage du Gois in the Vendee region of France. After riding through the Pyrenees and Alps the cyclists head towards the finish on the iconic Champs-Élysées in Paris.

The Tour de France is the largest annual sporting event in the world with around 3.5 billion people watching the race on television and 12 million spectators lining the streets to watch the race live. If you’re lucky, you could be one of those watching the race live next year.

The Prize

Private Property is giving you the chance to win a trip to the 2018 Tour de France worth R120 000. All you need to need to do is head over to the competition page on Private Property, answer the simple question and fill in your details. This is your chance to watch the best professional riders in the world in action. Whether you’re a casual fan or a cycling fanatic, you don’t want to miss this prize.

Bonne chance!

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