BikeRadar Training January Resolutions Challenge update
By BikeRadar UK | Wednesday, February 6, 2013 4.31pm
Congratulations to everyone who competed in the January Resolutions Challenge Rick Robson/Cycling Plus
A whopping 280 riders took part in BikeRadar Training's January Resolutions Challenge, with 91 members cycling more than 365 miles in a month to qualify for the main prize draw. In addition, 158 people rode over 200 miles to qualify for a second prize draw to win one of 10 exclusive BikeRadar T-shirts.
We're pleased to announce that this month’s main prize draw winners are baggyshortsman, who wins 55mm-deep carbon Erox Mega 500 tubular wheels worth over £1,200, Skilgannon, who wins a PBK performance jersey, and grig, who wins PBK performance bib tights.
The T-shirt winners are Cutlerclan, j4m1eb , TWROCKET, Alastair Reynolds , Chris Bass, averagecyclist, keycode_au, andycucksey, sasman and blackartz.
In the spot prize competitions, the first rider to log 2,013 miles was 1tal (2,537 miles), closely followed by POPRIU (2,134 miles) and thojj (2,080 miles). Great effort, guys.
In the longest ride competition, POPRIU and 1tal battled it out throughout the month, but in the last few days Jprcr took the prize with a huge 201 mile ride.
In the fastest ride over 10 miles alexbn921 hit back in the last week to reclaim the top position, retracing his earlier 10.2-mile ride but completing it in 33mph (yes it was downhill). POPRIU put in a spirited second place ride of 10.5 miles at 30.9mph.
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The January King of the Mountains competition was won by alexbn921, closely followed by POPRIU and pmckeown.
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone who took part in the January Resolutions Challenge. To claim your prize, please send your name and address details via the BikeRadar Training helpdesk.
Fancy another challenge or two? Look no further than February’s Hardriders and Turbo Challenges.
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