How long would it take you to cycle and log 1000miles? Reckon you could do it in 16 days?
For the month of May, in association with the launch of BikeRadar Training, we set a challenge to our community, creatively dubbed the ‘1000mile Challenge’.
On Wednesday we had our first rider completing it: Alastair Reynolds from the UK. Congratulations Alastair for achieving the target so quickly!
A hardened commuter, covering over 50 miles each day and close to 200 on the weekends. Very close on his tail is 1tal who has recorded 954miles in May alone; he rides 5 days a week with a mixture of turbo sessions and road rides keeping his average mileage at an impressive 315 a week during the summer months.
The 1000mile Challenge is still on, who’s going to be the second person to reach the target? Below is the latest leaderboard – see how you fare in comparison.
Remember if you’re one of the first 100 (out of our 1600+ strong global community) to log a 1000miles you’ll receive an exclusive BikeRadar Training t-shirt.
The May leaderboard to date