November Cyclo 100 competition update
By BikeRadar UK | Wednesday, November 14, 2012 10.30am
Try your hand at night riding photography to be in with a chance of winning a BikeRadar Training spot prize Robin Kitchin/Future Publishing
Just because it's getting dark earlier and colder by the day, doesn't mean you have to stop training. So, for November, BikeRadar Training have teamed up with Mio to bring you the Cyclo 100 cycling competition, with 30 Cyclo 100 bike computers to give away!
To be in with a chance of winning you need to log 100 miles of riding before 30 November 2012 – it can be completed by commuting by bike, riding at the weekend or cycling at night… Anything goes, and 212 members have already joined the challenge group.
We're also offering two riders the chance to win a spot prize within the contest. As well as logging your miles, have a go at bike photography and upload your best night riding shots to the group by Wednesday 21 November 2012 – just navigate to the Photos tab and hit Add Photo.
We'll pick our 10 favourite shots and put them forward for votes from our Facebook community from next Thursday. The photographers who took the two images with the most 'Likes' will win a BikeRadar Training cycling jersey, and we'll announce the winners next Friday, 23 November.
How to enter the November Cyclo 100 Challenge
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1. Join the November Cyclo 100 Challenge group. You'll need to be a registered member – sign up for free.
2. Upload your rides by 30 November 2012.
3. Keep checking BikeRadar to see if you've made it onto the leaderboard. And if you want to get your friends involved, tell the world about the challenge on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #bikeradartraining.
BikeRadar Training is 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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can also improve your fitness and train with us on training.bikeradar.com.