We hope you have already racked up a few km in 2018.
You already know how we get after you every week, encouraging you to add more sessions to your profile’s history 🙂
Look what we have lined up for you now:
BKOOL WINTER CUP – KEISER
Welcome to another week of challenges, this time sponsored by none other than Keiser, one of the best indoor and fitness brands in the world. We’ve reached stage 6 of the Bkool Winter Cup and ahead of you is a 30km route from Tainan City, Taiwan.
This route has both 3D and video view so you can get a real view of this wonderful place in first person!. As usual, we will have various challenges.
Thanks to Keiser, we’ve got a cycling jersey and t-shirt up for grabs! And of course, this route counts towards the league, so what are you waiting for?
This video route starts on the shores of Lake Llyn Gwynant, in Snowdonia National Park. We can thank Tracey from Wales for it. A short ride of intermediate difficulty awaits you, in which you will rise 345 meters on the Pen-y-Pass (mountain pass), after having traveled just 6 km.
The final part of the first day of this important Australian event that takes place on January 11, starting the women’s UCI, on which it is classed as a 2.1. In this session you will travel 35 km, with several climbs, adding up to 400 m of slope. Save some “gas in your tank” for the long final sprint through the streets of Guemeracha.
Thanks to Brian’s video you can tour part of the Oak Leaf Trail, a paved path connecting the main parks of Milwaukee County, for a total of 174 km. This time you will travel 33 km on a loop route between Kulwicki Park and the Milwaukee County Sports Complex.
This route starts in the Swiss commune of Bergun, in which you will rise 950 m over the course of 14 km. As these figures indicate, reaching the finish line won’t be easy. With an average slope bordering on 7%, and some sections that exceed 15%, it’s a session not to be taken lightly. Pace yourself and you’ll be able to add this mountain pass to your history.
The Bkool team