Win prizes for training
By Faye Sanders, communities editor | Friday, August 17, 2012 7.55am
BikeRadar Training member Matt Wild has won a T-shirt and North Face Slant gloves as a spot prize BikeRadar
Get rewarded for your training and join in with our BikeRadar Training challenges for your chance to win prizes!
More than 50 people are now in the draw to win a Mio Cyclo 305 HC sat nav in our August King of the Mountain challenge, and if you climb a lot of hills and want to be rewarded for your training there’s still time to enter and to get your ascents logged.
We also hold weekly spot prizes, with this week's going to Matt Wild. He's won a pair of North Face Slant gloves and a BikeRadar Training T-shirt for uploading a profile image that makes us smile every time we see it!
Matt Wild won this week's spot prize with his great profile picture!
As well as the main 3,050m King of the Mountain challenge, all users who log more than 1,000m of climbing will be entered into a prize draw to win one of 10 BikeRadar Training T-shirts. So whether you're a mountain goat or just getting to grips with hills there's plenty of opportunity to win. Just join the challenge group to get started.
Join our challenge groups now for your chance to win spot prizes
If climbing isn’t your forte, or you live somewhere where there are few hills, you could always join the ongoing 1,000 mile challenge. Every month, one user who’s cycled 1,000 miles will be selected at random to win a special BikeRadar Training T-shirt.
Train with the team
As well as the challenge areas on the site, we've recently set up a BikeRadar UK group so that you can see what the team is up to and follow our time trialling editor's intense training schedule…
92.7 miles at an average speed of 22.4mph – who can challenge Jeff with their training miles?
There are also groups set up for our sister 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.
If you'd like to see some other groups set up, or have ideas for challenges you'd like to take part in, leave your suggestions in the comments area below and we'll see what we can do!
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