Red Bull wants you to ride a million miles to work (but you’ll have help)

Get signed up and start logging commuting miles for your chance to win!

Red Bull's Million Mile Commute takes place throughout July 2018

This is a sponsored article that was created in association with Red Bull.


This July, Red Bull wants the UK’s collective commuters to pledge to cycle or run one million miles to and from work.

The Red Bull Million Mile Commute is now in its second year, and although it took three months to reach the million mile mark in 2017, Red Bull has faith in the drive of the UK’s commuters and this year, it wants to achieve this goal in just one month!

For the second year running, the energy drink brand has partnered with leading ride-logging platform Strava and it’s offering a number of great prizes to kick start you into action.

So what’s in it for me?

As well as the obvious health and environmental benefits that an active commute brings, Red Bull will reward the first 2,500 participants to log at least one mile with a free sample pack.

Better still, commuters who reach any of these distance milestones will also be entered into a draw for the following fantastic prizes:

  • 10 miles: Osprey Escapist Backpacks (5 available), Hydroflask bottles (10 available), Stance Socks Gift Box (100 available)
  • 50 miles: One-year Strava Premium membership (10 available)
  • 100 miles: Limited edition Red Bull fridge for your office with a year’s supply of stock (5 available)
  • 250 miles: Marin Fairfax SC3 2018 bike provided by Cycle Surgery (1 available)

A number of exciting prizes for the whole Million Mile Commute crew are also yet to be announced!

Every 250ml can of Red Bull Energy Drink and Red Bull Sugar Free bought this summer will also include a code that will bag you a free 30-day Strava Premium trial.

So get signed up and start logging those miles for your chance to win!

How do I get involved?

All you need to do is head to the Million Mile Commute homepage, click the ‘Connect with Strava’ button and then start logging! For your miles to count, rides need to be tagged as “commute”.


If you don’t already have a Strava account, it’s free to sign up for a basic membership.