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Police in 'Tour de Force' challenge

PUBLISHED: 15:16 28 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:31 03 July 2010

THE winner of the famous yellow jersey from this year's Tour de France may have already been decided but the excitement in the UK is about to begin with the start of Tour de Force.

THE winner of the famous yellow jersey from this year's Tour de France may have already been decided but the excitement in the UK is about to begin with the start of Tour de Force.

Tour De Force is the first ever cycling event of its kind and will start from Norfolk Police headquarters on Friday.

Dominic Chambers, manager of the only national police children's charity, Child Victims of Crime, Ronny Carey, trustee and Matt Ferguson, the CVOC National RFU Tag Rugby Development Officer will be cycling to every police headquarters throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

The event has been called the Tour De Force for its similarities with the Tour de France taking roughly the same time and covering roughly the same distance.

The trio aim to finish their tour of the 51 police forces in England, Wales and Scotland on August, 23.

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