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Enter the weekly Tour de France mini challenges to win a virtual jersey AFP/Getty Images
Join in with BikeRadar Training's Tenth of the Tour Challenge to be in with a chance of winning a bumper mystery prize box!
The Tenth of the Tour Challenge will run for a month, from 1-31 July 2012, and the aim is to cycle and log 217.2 miles (1/10 the distance of The Tour de France).
Everyone who logs at least that distance will be entered into a prize draw, in which one lucky winner will win a box full of cycling goodies. There'll also be weekly mini challenges to win the following spot prizes:
The Long Timer award will go to the person who has spent the longest time training that week. To be in with a chance, you'll have to be in the top five on the leaderboard, as sorted by overall time.
The Speed Demon prize will go to the person who's logged the fastest time that week – make sure you're in the top five as ranked by speed.
There'll also be a Young 'uns award, for the youngest rider in the week's top five leaderboard, as sorted by distance.
The Session It trophy will go to the person who's put in the highest amount of sessions in a week.
Win a bumper box of cycling goodies – to be in with a chance, log at least 217.2 miles by 31 July
It's simple to enter the BikeRadar Training Tenth of the Tour Challenge. All you have to do is:
1. Join BikeRadar Training.
2. Log your training miles throughout the month of July.
3. Record at least 217.2 miles to be entered into the prize draw.
4. Keep an eye on the Leaderboards to see where you stand.
Sign up now to enter the Tenth of the Tour Challenge
Want to get more out of your training? Then head over to our new fitness site BikeRadar Training. It's a free online resource for you to record and analyse all aspects of your training, log your training routes, get yourself tailored training plans, see how you're doing on our leaderboards, set goals and plan your season with a comprehensive events guide.
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