There’s a host of free activities planned at Knowsley Safari Park to welcome the Tour of Britain Cycle Race on September 10.
Stage 2 of the event will reach a spectacular climax at the Park with thousands of people expected to gather to cheer on more than 100 of the world’s best cyclists.
There’ll be lots of other things going on to keep people entertained as they wait for the riders.
Athletics, mini golf, hula-hooping, cycle racing and a bike-themed treasure hunt are just some of the activities planned.
People will also get the chance to create huge chalk drawings of animal prints in the Park, that it’s hoped will be included in aerial shots of the race.
There’ll be football coaches from Everton in the Community, local cycling groups and lots of information about bike security, safety and maintenance.
The Safari Park will be open from 10am on the day and the last safari drive will be at 12.30pm.