Fifty lucky children have the chance to cross the official finish line of the Chorley Grand Prix to the cheers of spectators.
Younsters must be competent in riding 300 metres and have their own bicycle and helmet,
The race, which takes place annually, will be held this year on Easter Saturday - April 15.
It sees more than 100 professional cyclists hurtle through the borough of Chorley and has even seen the likes of multi-Olympic gold medal winner Ed Clancy come to town.
Visit the Chorley Grand Prix page of Chorley.gov.uk to enter young people who are aged between seven and 11.