Team Sky is iniviting cyclists to come and ride with them around London during the squad's official launch on Monday, January 4, 2010.
Interested riders should register with the new British-based ProTour team, and then 300 names will be picked at random and invited to join Sky on a cycle around the capital.
The lucky 300 will get to ride alongside Bradley Wiggins, Edvald Boasson Hagen, Juan Antonio Flecha and the rest of the team.
Selected riders will then be told of the start point of the ride via mobile phone text message at 8am on the morning of January 4, presumably to avoid a mass turn up of riders not invited.
Te register your interest in participating in the Team Sky ride, you must sign up on the squad's Facebook page.
Team Sky: As it happens
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