BikeRadar Training introduces groups
By Faye Sanders, communities editor | Wednesday, August 8, 2012 10.37am
Here at BikeRadar Training, we've just launched the 'group' function to our online community. This means you'll now have the ability to join various groups and share your training with others. To check out the various groups on offer, just navigate to the 'Groups' tab on BikeRadar Training.
There are magazine areas, so if you’re a fan of Mountain Biking UK, Cycling Plus, Procycling or What Mountain Bike you can see what the various teams are up to.
There are also challenge groups – each month there’ll be a new contest that you can take part in for a chance to win prizes! This month, we've kicked off August with our King of the Mountain Challenge, giving you the chance to win a Mio Cyclo 305 HC sat nav.
Our August trial – how are those climbing legs feeling?
It’s easy to enter the King of the Mountain Challenge. Here's what you need to do:
- Join BikeRadar Training.
- Become a member of the challenge group.
- Log your rides.
- Climb more than 3,050m by 31 August to be entered into the prize draw.
- Keep your eye on the leaderboards to see how you compare with other riders.
We've also got 10 BikeRadar Training T-shirts up for grabs – to be in with a chance of winning one of these you need to log more than 1,000m of climbing by the end of August.
And if you're feeling super competitive, head over to our ongoing 1,000-mile challenge group and become part of our hall of fame! Every month, users who have logged 1,000 miles will be entered into a prize draw to win an exclusive T-shirt!
Motivate yourself by sharing your training diaries with other readers
Do you have ideas for groups or challenges you’d like to see? Post them in the comments area below and we’ll see what we can do…
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