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Tour of Britain stage winner Elia Viviani and his Cannondale team mates will be hosting an open ride out from the Hampton Wick branch of Sigma Sport on Monday 23rd September, the day after the team finish riding this year's ToB.
The ride has been arranged in celebration of a forthcoming partnership between Cannondale and Sigma Sport, having agreed to work together from the 2014 season.
24-year-old sprinter Viviani will be joined by team mates Juraj Sagan, Frederico Canuti, Matthius Krizek and Nicolo Martinello, who will be revelling in what has already been a successful trip to the UK with Viviani taking stage one glory at the ToB.
You can join the pros in Hampton Wick, with the Cannondale bus arriving at around 9.30am for coffee and a display of the new 2014 Cannondale bikes before setting off for a ride from the shop at 10.30am.
Places on the ride are limited. To enter the ballot for a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The ride itself will be at training pace around and about Richmond Park, aiming to return to Sigma Sport at approximately 12.30pm before the team jet off for the next part of their season.
NB: This article was updated at 18:30hrs on Friday, September 20
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