11th March 2020

Team INEOS offer once-in-a-lifetime experience for Sport Relief’s Prize-a-thon

  • Seven-time Tour de France winners will welcome Sport Relief prize winner into the team

  • Win the chance to experience the Tour de Yorkshire with Team INEOS

  • £10 per entry with all money raised going to Sport Relief

  • Click to enter(opens in new window)

Wednesday 11th March: The world’s most successful cycling team, Team INEOS, have saddled up with this year’s Sport Relief campaign, offering one lucky winner the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet the team.

As well as the chance to have dinner with the team, the winner will hitch a ride in a support vehicle on the next day of the race, getting as close to the action as possible – the perfect prize for cycling and Team INEOS fans alike.

Team INEOS’ Head of Partnerships, Dave Callan said: “Sport Relief is a fantastic cause which helps change lives globally and this year we’re proud to be donating a money-can’t-buy experience towards their upcoming Prize-a-thon.

“One lucky winner will get the chance to spend time with the Team at the Tour de Yorkshire, taking in all the action of the stage in the best seat in the house, sat in our support vehicle alongside our coaches and mechanics.”

This latest prize joins those revealed previously: the chance to walk among wrestling royalty with WWE, to meet JLS at a dance rehearsal for their upcoming tour and VIP tickets to Kasabian’s sold-out gig. Costing just £10 per entry, all cash raised from the prize draws will support those living incredibly tough lives in the UK and around the world.

To enter the prize draws and be in with a chance of winning, visit in new window). Entries close on 12th April, and will cost £10 per entry, with all proceeds will help tackle issues such as domestic abuse, mental health stigma, homelessness and child poverty, both in the UK and around the world.

More exciting experiences to be revealed in the run up to Sport Relief, which returns on Friday 13th March.

Find out more ways you can get involved here(opens in new window)