Over 611,500 miles logged on BikeRadar Training
By Faye Sanders, communities editor | Monday, August 13, 2012 10.28am
More than half a million miles of activity have now been logged on BikeRadar Training by the site's 3,510 members. That's the equivalent of cycling around the world roughly 24.5 times!
Since the launch of the training tool in April we've seen cycling enthusiasts from all over the world logging their miles, recording their rides, sharing routes from around the globe and attending cycling events.
Our riders have been covering a lot of distance on two wheels
Your chance to win prizes
It's not all about recording the miles, though. With BikeRadar Training you can join monthly challenges and compete against other members for prizes. This month, we've got a Mio Cyclo 305 HC sat nav up for grabs in our King of the Mountain showdown.
1. Join the King of the Mountain challenge group.
2. Ride as many hills as you can by 31 August 2012, and climb a total of more than 3,050mto be entered into the prize draw.
3. Log your rides on BikeRadar Training. If you're not a registered member, you can join for free.
4. Follow the group leaderboard to see how you're doing.
5. That's all there is to it. Keep checking the group for leaderboard updates and to find out who's the ultimate King of the Mountain.
The world is for riding
If you've just moved to a new town or city, are planning on taking your bike abroad or are just in need of some riding inspiration, have a look at our routes.
We have more than 1,000 routes for you to explore, all uploaded by our members, from sportives to training loops, mountain bike rides to hill climbing sessions.
And if you can't find anything near you or reckon a classic ride has been missed off, you can upload it to the system and share your experiences with others.
The routes on offer really do span the globe
Along with the routes and challenges we also have professional training plans to help boost your cycling performance, and an events calendar to give you goals to work towards. So come, join, share your activities and see how your fitness compares to that of the rest of the cycling community.
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.