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Fundación Luzón to receive proceeds from signed jerseys used by all eight Blue riders at opening day of the ‘Grande Boucle’ in Brittany.
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In great news for fans of cycling and sports memorabilia all around the world, the Movistar Team confirmed Saturday that the jerseys worn on day one of the biggest cycling race of the year, and signed by its riders, will be auctioned off. The likes of former world champion Alejandro Valverde or GC contenders, such as Enric Mas or Miguel Ángel López, will all contribute to a good cause.
All jerseys sported by the Blues during the first stage of the Tour de France will be put up for sale via http://www.matchwornshirt.com/club/movistar-team. You can start bidding from the start of the stage, at 12.10pm (CEST) on 26th June, meaning everyone can bid on the jerseys of the riders whilst they race through the French streets at great speed.
Supporting ALS patients‘ quality of life
The best part is the proceeds of the auction will be donated to the Luzón Foundation, to raise awareness to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The mission of the Luzón Foundation is to improve the quality of life of ALS patients and their families by enhancing their social and health care quality and raise funds to research a cure for ALS. For more information, visit https://ffluzon.org/cincela-en/
Get bidding and win
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Getting involved is easy
Simply register and place your bids at the click of a button. The auction will close on at 1600 CEST on Monday 5th July. Click on the following link to enter > http://www.matchwornshirt.com/club/movistar-team.