Chris Froome will be appearing at the ICAP L’Etape London this Sunday 25th September at Lee Valley Velopark. He’ll be riding the route, giving advice at one of the feed stations and handing out medals to finishers.

You still have a chance to enter this event – applications will still be accepted up to Thursday of this week. There are three routes to choose from: either a 42, 92 or 117 mile ride all of which start and end at Lee Valley Velopark next to the iconic velodrome where Bradley Wiggins famously broke the Hour Record and Team GB did so well in the London Olympics.

The routes will retrace some of Stage three of 2014’s Tour de France when it began in the UK. If you’re feeling competitive you can set a time around the final closed road kilometre with the fastest winning the official Tour de France green sprinters jersey.

Chris Froome, the three times winner of the Tour de France says he wants to give something back to all his supporters who have given him “the extra edge when I’ve needed it.” He added, “It’s not often that I get I get to ride alongside members of the public…it will make for an extra special day.”

To enter the ICAP L’Etape London by Le Tour de France visit http://humanrace.co.uk/event/letape-london