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We are also encouraging all schools show their support for the race by creating larger than life works of art on school playing fields and playgrounds along the race route to take part in the national Tour of Britain Land Art competition.
The idea of creating land art masterpieces along the route has long been a tradition of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, as well as other cycle races around the world, with the first official competition launching in 2018.
Following the success of the inaugural contest, the Tour of Britain National Land Art Competition will return for the 2019 race, which takes place across North of Tyne as stage three on Monday 9 September.
As well as the chance to be crowned winner of the national competition, those that take part could be featured on TV, with the race itself aired to 166 countries worldwide.
If you have a great idea for a piece of artwork that showcases pride in the area and show support for the Tour of Britain en route, register your interest before 21 August 2019 at: www.northoftyne-tob.co.uk
Schoolchildren from across Northumberland got creative and designed their very own Northumberland themed cycling jersey with the chance to win funding for sports development opportunities and school trips.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Tour of Britain Jersey Competition:
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