Fantasy La Vuelta: Win a BH bikes L75D!

BH Bikes have confirmed they are providing the Grand Prize in this year's Fantasy game! The L75D...

BH Bikes have confirmed they are providing the Grand Prize in this year's Fantasy game! The L75D Global Concept G-1 Ultegra D bike worth 3499EUR/4499US$ comes with an impressive component list worthy of the some serious competition performance fantasy or otherwise. In addition to the Grand Prize the prizelist so far is as follows:

- Grand Prize - BH Bikes L75D Global Concept G-1 Ultegra D bike

- Daily Prize - 21 pairs of BBB Winner Quickstep glasses
- Runners-up Prizes - 1 pair of Hed Bastogne wheels, special silver edition
- Runners-up Prizes - 10 sets Maxxis Courchevel tires

- Runners-up Prizes - 3 sets Speedplay CSC edition pedals
- Runners-up Prizes - $200 worth of Sock Guy vouchers
- Runners-up Prizes - 3 Giro/Bell helmets

More prizes to be announced soon...

Still time to join in!

Remember there's plenty of time to make your final decision on your team riders. You can join and change your line up right up until stage 7 begins this year. There is no disadvantage in joining now that the Vuelta has begun. If you are new to the idea of Fantasy Sports Games then please have a look at the tips on strategy and gameplay in last year's winners pages on the main Fantasy site.

Register now!

Create your teams today. Be a professional team manager for the 2006 La Vuelta and create your own dream team from any of the real life riders in this year's Vuelta. Based on the live racing action, you will take up the challenge of using your knowledge and tactical skill as a race team manager to compete with other virtual managers from around the world. Follow the races live and use your skill and knowledge to win some great prizes.

Play for FREE in La Vuelta 2006 game

Remember you can play for free for the first 6 stages! Try your teams out and see which rider combination is best.

We hope you enjoy this year's game and look forward to seeing your winning team online soon.

Good luck!

The Fantasy Cyclingnews Team

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