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By Ian Dipple Thursday 15 May 2014 Updated: 16/05 09:06

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Buy photos » Monopoly’s Uncle Moneybags, Fiona Allen, from Choose How You Move, Coun John Smith OBE and Starley Primal riders Will Fox and George Pym welcome the return of the Tour Series to Redditch. Turn to page five for more on the race. Picture by Marcus Mingins 2014030MMR

A CHANCE to wave the starting flag at this year’s Pearl Izumi Tour Series is on offer to a lucky Standard reader.

Worcestershire County Council’s Choose How You Move project is offering a bumper competition to mark the return of the elite cycling event on Tuesday (June 3).

Prizes on offer include A £300 Halfords gift voucher to be spent on a bike plus £100 worth of accessories, tickets to the VIP enclosure, tickets to the cycle show in Birmingham, a signed Tour Series jersey and a chance to wave the starting flag on the Tour Series race.

To be in with a chance of winning one of the prizes, send your name, address and contact details to Tour Series Competition, Redditch Standard, Webb House, Church Green East, Redditch, B98 8BP. Or text TOUR followed by your name to 66777. Texts cost one standard network message. People can also tweet #tourseriesredditch Pearl Izumi cycle race in Redditch Town Centre, June 3rd @ 2pm, to @chooseredditch.

Entries should be received by midnight on Monday, May 26 and the winners will be drawn at random the following day. Visit www.chooseredditch.com for full entry rules.

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