Road ID Tour de France Pop Quiz Challenge 7/28/14 1PPD18+

The Tour de France is here and @RoadID and TrekTravel are giving away some mind boggling prizes. So, get your bike in gear and get entered to win 21 Daily Prizes and 1 Grand Prize.

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Eligibility: US, DC, 18 and older

Entry Date: July 5, 2014 and ends at 6:00 am ET on July 28, 2014

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Trivia Questions and Answers:

  • What was the first city outside of France to host the start of the Tour de France? Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Who was the first British rider to win a stage of the Tour de France? Brian Robinson
  • What is the most Tour de France appearances by any rider from the UK? 12
  • What year did the first Chinese rider race in the Tour de France?  2014
  • Eddy Merckx holds the record for most Tour de France stage wins.  How many did he win? 34
  • Who was the first race organizer of the Tour de France in 1903?  Henri Desgrange
  • The daily prize for most aggressive rider, or combativity award, was first introduced to the Tour de France in what year? 1952
  • How many times has the Tour de France been won by  a rider who never wore the yellow jersey util the finish? 2
  • How long was the very first stage of the Tour de France held in 1903?  290 mi
  • Who was the last overall Tour de France winner to win atop Mulhouse? Laurent Fignon
  • Which country has the most overall Tour de France wins at 36? France
  • The longest-ever Tour de France was 3,570 miles in length. What year was it held? 1926
  • Which newspaper started the Tour de France in 1903? L’ Auto
  • Who was the first American cyclist to win a road stage in the Tour de France?  Davis Phinney
  • How many Tours de France did Bob Roll start? 3
  • How many years has Daniel Mangeas been announcing at the Tour de France? 41
  • What is the most stage wins by a rider in a single Tour de France? 8
  • Who won the first Tour de France stage finish atop Hautacam? Luc Leblanc
  • In what year was the points classification, or Green Jersey, introduced into the Tour de France? 1953
  • The rider finishing the Tour de France in last place is given what distinction? Lantern Rouge
  • Paris has hosted the most starts & finishes of the Tour de France. How many has it been? 136

Mail-in:hand print your name, address, city, state, ZIP code, and daytime and evening telephone numbers (including area code),and email(if applicable )on a 3″x5″card,and mailing, in a #10 envelope with postage affixed,to: Road ID TDF Challenge 2014 P.O.Box 17350, Erlanger, KY 41017 Each mail in entry will count as one entry into the Grand Prize drawing only. Mail in entries must be postmarked no later than July 28, 2014, and received by August 4, 2014 order to be eligible. Enter as often as you wish; however, each mail in entry must be mailed in a separate postmarked and stamped outer envelope Entry Limit: one entry per contest/stage/day + additional entries for activities and sharing. One (1) Grand Prize: A Trek Travel trip for two to Paris, France (the winner and one travel companion) for the conclusion of the 2015 Tour de France and one Road ID eCard ($250). Trip package includes: roundtrip coach class air transportation from an airport near winner’s home to Paris, France; three nights accommodations (single room, double occupancy); two tickets to the final stage of the Tour de France in July of 2015 seat location determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion); two Paris Museum passes, two bus tour passes, and two passes for a French cooking class. ARV: $7,198.00 Twenty-one (21) Daily Prizes (one per day): Giro Synthe helmet ($250) and a Road ID eCard ($50). ARV: $300 Random Drawing: Daily winners will be selected from among all correct Pop Quiz entries. By submitting an entry into the Daily Pop Quiz, an individual will also receive one (1) entry into the Grand Prize drawing for each qualified Daily Entry, regardless of whether they answer correctly. Grand Prize drawing will be on or about August 5, 2014.

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  1. Who was the last overall Tour de France winner to win atop Mulhouse? Bernard Hinault

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