Are you one of the 289 cyclists who’ve entered the BikeRadar Training October Commuter Challenge? If not, or you’re struggling to hit that ’20 commutes’ mark, there’s still a reason to get involved – this week’s mini challenge includes prizes for less sessions.
You only need to log four commutes before the end of October to be in with the chance of winning a prize, and each part of your journey counts as a session, so you earn points for both a morning trip to work and an evening haul home.
Here’s what you need to do before 31 October 2012:
Log 4-9 sessions to join a prize draw to win an Oxford Bright Cover rucksack cover, RRP £11.99.
Log 10-14 sessions to be in with the chance of winning an RSP CX3.0 9 computer, RRP £29.99.
Log 15-19 sessions for a shot at a fluoro yellow 20L Polaris Aquanought Courier bag, RRP £49.99.
This week’s mini challenge sees more prizes announced for the commuter challenge: Future Publishing
Those who log at least 20 sessions will be entered into the main prize draw, and one lucky winner will win a Polaris Aquanought backpack, Schwalbe London tyres and a BikeRadar Training T-shirt.
How to enter
1. Join the Commuter Challenge group. You’ll need to be a registered member – sign up for free.
2. Upload your commutes by 31 October 2012. When you upload your activity, be sure to set the session type to commute or your data won’t be counted.
3. Keep checking BikeRadar to see how you’re progressing on the challenge leaderboard.
And if you want to get your friends involved, tell the world about this challenge on Facebook and Twitter using the tag #bikeradartraining.
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.