2019 National Land Art Competition

Voting is now open in the OVO Energy Tour of Britain’s 2019 National Land Art Competition, which celebrates the best of the roadside fan installations that brilliantly decorated the route of September’s race.

This year we have had an amazing array of land art creations across our eight days of racing and we want to thank each and every one of the communities out across the UK that took the time to design, create and carry out their pieces.

There were over 30 entries put forward to be judged by the official Tour of Britain judging panel, all of which were creative, innovative and resourceful pieces. This made it a tough judging process for our panel this past week.

Today, we are thrilled to announce the shortlist of eight entries. The judging is now over to you, the public, to select the 2019 champion. All you need to do is vote below on your favourite.

The entry with the highest votes will be crowned the 2019 land art winner and receive a trophy presented to them in person by our race director Mick Bennett. The entries with the second and third top votes will be our final runners up.

Votes are limited to one per person.

The 2019 land art finalists

The land art entries have been shortlisted to the following eight entries. Vote for your favourite land art creation from this year's OVO Energy Tour of Britain cycle race.

Bamburgh Castle

Berwick Wheelers at Gray's Farm

Cross Michael Primary School

Hazel Grove High School

Pershore Town Football Club

Sedbergh School

Egerton Park & Walmsley School

Wigan's Haigh Estate