Fancy winning a trip to Barbados, along with a guaranteed free breakfast?

If you can make it to Regent’s Park in London on Tuesday you could win a cycling trip to the Caribbean

Ahead of the inaugural Barbados Festival of Cycling​​ this September, the event’s organisers are giving one cyclist the chance to win a free trip to the Caribbean. All you’ll need to do to be in with a shot at claiming the prize is get to the Inner Circle Café in Regent’s Park, London, on Tuesday 6th June at 8am sharp.

From those present the winner will be announced twenty minutes later at 8:20am. Even if you don’t win you can still console yourself with a free breakfast and a couple of laps around the capital’s favourite inner city training circuit.

Taking place on the island of Barbados between 4th and 9th September 2017, the five day festival concludes with a round-the-island sportive on the final day.

Setting off from the capital Bridgetown, its 112km route circles the whole island taking in many small coastal villages.

‘Presenting an unmatched opportunity to see the island from a viewpoint that only a handful before have experienced, the gold course will start in Bridgetown and will take competitors anti-clockwise around the perimeter of the whole island.

‘It will expose cyclists to dramatic coastal views of Cattlewash, the lush greenery of St John’s parish, and often-missed small towns and villages along the coast and inland,’ explained Barbados Tourism spokesperson, Cheryl Carter.

If that, or simply the prospect of a trip to Barbados, sounds appealing get down to Regent’s Park bright and early on Tuesday.

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You can see more on the Barbados Cycling Festival Facebook site

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