175 BikeRadar Training members are taking part in the King of the Mountains Challenge.
They’re competing to win a Mio Cyclo 305 HC by recording their training and logging their rides. Everyone in the King of the Mountain challenge group who logs over 3050m of climbing by 31 August will be entered into the prize draw. 74 have already completed the August Challenge by logging the prescribed 3050m of climbing.
3050m was the challenge distance, the latest leaderboard standings: 3050m was the challenge distance, the latest leaderboard standings BikeRadar Training
The latest leaderboard – DoubleoSeven has smashed the 3050m challenge target logging over 20,500m of climbing this month!
The challenge ends on 31 August 2012 so there’s still time to join the group and take part in the challenge. Even if you don’t think you can make the 3050m target, people who log at least 1000m of climbing will also be entered into a prize draw to win one of ten BikeRadar Training T-shirts!
You can also win prizes by being an active member in the challenge group as random weekly spot prizes are given out – this week PixelMix was our spot-prize winner, he’s won a San Marco Bioaktive saddle and a BikeRadar Training T-shirt.
PixelMix is this week’s spot prize winner: BikeRadar Training
Member PixelMix was this week’s spot prize winner!
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.
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.