Skoda providing 250 cars to accompany Tour De France 2013 - Sponsored Video

Skoda are sponsoring the Tour de France for the 10th time this summer coinciding with the race's 100th anniversary. Skoda has a pretty deep history with cycling and actually the company originally produced bikes in 1895 when the founders Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement joined forces and began manufacturing bicycles in their home town of Mlada Boleslav in the Czech Republic.

Today Skoda are back manufacturing bikes which you can check out here but their main business is specialising in cars and will be providing 250 cars, mostly Octavia Combi's and Superbs as accompanying cars in this years Tour De France.

We are really looking forward to watching this years 2013 Tour De France. With Sir Bradley Wiggins unfit to defend his 2012 Tour de France title, British hopes of winning a 2nd yellow jersey lie with his Team Sky team-mate Chris Froome. The 28-year-old is an excellent climber and time trialist and as well as helping Wiggins to victory last year, he finished 2nd overall.

You can read more about Skoda and their cycling partnership at

This post has been sponsored by Skoda