In honour of cancer survivor and seven-times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong (pictured) returning to competitive cycling, the Hong Lok Yuen International School in Tai Po is planning its own bicycle race on Sunday. They're calling it Le Tour de Hong Lok Yuen. Most of the riders will be students, parents and staff of the school. The event will also be a fund-raiser for Armstrong's Livestrong Foundation for people living with cancer. It's no surprise that teacher and organiser Steve Potts is a cycling enthusiast, but it's just as significant that he, like Armstrong, is a cancer survivor. The day of biking won't be as rigorous as the Tour de France, but it will be more fun, with food, music, maintenance demonstrations, games and a silent auction. The cool prizes on offer for bids include pro-racing jerseys, Simply Fitness gift certificates, and a signed jersey and helmet from the city's top rider, Wong Kam-po. If you're interested in taking part, the event starts at 10am. E-mail: email@example.com .