WIN! Trisports & Headsweats want you to watch Le Tour in person!

Watching the Tour is always a hassle.  There’s the short-term cable package, wading through hours of DVR’d footage- and trying not to hear what Greg Lance Tyler the racer of the moment did that day.  Wouldn’t it just be easier to fly over, watch the race first-hand, and be a part of the spectacle?  All from the comfort (and featuring the excellent meals) of a proper French chalet?  Well, thanks to Headsweats and TriSports.com here’s your chance!

Headsweats and TriSports.com Announce Tour de France Contest

Getaway Prize Package Includes Trip for Two to Famed Alpe d’Huez Stage

March 5, 2013 – Cincinnati, OH – Headsweats, the world leader in triathlon and endurance technical headwear, and TriSports, the internet’s foremost online multisport retailer, have announced a joint contest with Chalet le 4 to provide a full getaway package and accommodations for one lucky winner and a companion to this year’s historic 100th Tour de France. The contest is open to all legal US residents (no purchase necessary) and will include 6-night/7-day accommodations in Le Grand Bornand, finish town of stage 19 of the 2013 Tour de France, along with the chance for participants to ride and view three of this year’s Tour de France stages.  The value of the total package for the lucky winner is $4,798 for two slots for 7 days of cycling adventure in the French Alps.

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“This trip is an absolutely unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said Nathan Hall, TriSports.com Director of Marketing. “We have already seen a fair amount of interest from our customers in purchasing this exclusive travel package to the Tour, so I’m certain the contest for two free slots will generate quite a bit of excitement once it lands on our Facebook page and Twitter feed.”

A premier destination resort for endurance athletes, Chalet le 4 – host to The TriSports 100th Tour de France Camp – is located in the French Alps, one hour outside of Geneva and directly amidst three of the Tour’s penultimate stages this year. Participants in the Trisports.com/Headsweats Tour de France Camp will have the opportunity to ride two of the three aforementioned stages, have full access to on-site chalet facilities including pool and sauna, and be treated to a full week of gourmet, home-cooked meals. Air fare is not included in the contest package.

“Having produced the official line of Tour de France headwear for the past several years, we know the importance of this race and these particular stages to avid cyclists. Headsweats is thrilled to be involved with this giveaway and partnership with our friends at TriSports.com,” said Mike McQueeney, President of Headsweats. “In addition, Chalet le 4′s location and reputation for providing a world-class experience for endurance athletes is sure to make this trip beyond memorable for all the participants.”

Contest registration opens on Monday, March 4 at 12:00 PM EST and runs for 7 days. Registrations will be accepted online at www.headsweats.com/pages/sign-up-to-win/   or by writing to:

Headsweats, Inc.

11711 Lebanon Road

Cincinnati, OH  45241

Attn: Chalet le 4/3VERB.

For more information on the TriSports.com and Headsweats Tour De France Get-Away Package, please visit: http://chaletle4.com/TdFCamp/ or write to info@Chaletle4.com.

Comments

Jmg - 03/07/13 - 1:10am

Their sign up form doesn’t work. Every time it says verification code not valid. Must be a coding error.

Chad - 03/07/13 - 6:51am

typo in title

Chris - 03/07/13 - 7:39am

Foiled by Canada again.

Kristibee - 03/07/13 - 7:44am

Thanks, Chad. Fixed.

Iowa Cyclist - 03/07/13 - 10:45am

Only if Lance is going to be there. Will he???

JimG - 03/07/13 - 10:50am

Same as Jmg – the sign-up on the web page doesn’t work. Every time I tried, I received the same “verification code not valid” error. They need to fix the web page sign-up.

Steve - 03/07/13 - 10:52am

Wait, so does that mean there are going to be a bunch of try-athletes there?

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