There are more and more Bkoolers of you out there participating in the Bkool Winter Cup.
We’re on a roll!
MUC-OFF CHALLENGE #BKOOLWINTERCUP
Thursday, 1 February: 11am, 6pm, 8pm. Friday, 2: 2am (GMT+1)
Welcome to the MUC-OFF challenge! With over 4,700 participants registered in the Bkool Winter Cup league, we continue to smash the current record!
As always, we’ll be giving you a number of different sessions at different times. Find the one that works best and give it your best shot! You can take part in more than one, but only your best time will count.
This week we’ve got 5 packs of ‘Wash, Protect & Lube’ kits from MUC-OFF, who make the most innovative cleaning products around, to keep you and your gear running at full potential.
To enter the raffle is simple. Choose the time that works best for you, open the Simulator 5 minutes before to pair your trainer and sensors, go to the homepage. At the time of the event, press refresh and scroll down to the LIVE section. You’ll see a session that has a yellow box with “featured” inside. Join this session. Everyone who joins during the first 10-minute warmup and finishes the session will be entered into the raffle.
From the province of Bergamo, Klamon71 shares a video route featuring the Italian mountain pass of Selvino. With the Giro passing through here more than once, it is a 10-km climb with an average grade of 5.6%, rising to 10% in some sections. A tough session in which you will be able to get a some great hill training.
An easy session of 33 km and 244 m of slope around the city of Newton Aycliffe, in the English county of Durham. With a maximum incline of less than 6%, it’s a route for cruisers, where you can post a good average speed, or just roll, without a lot of ups and downs.
Enjoy the snow in this great mountain bike ride shared by Blommen from Sweden. A 10-km video featuring mostly flat terrain (95 m of slope) that you cannot miss. You will ride on completely snow-covered roads and trails lined with trees laced in white.
Visit the small town of Uraidla in South Australia in this 21-km ride of intermediate difficulty. Starting from Athelstone, 10 km north-east of Adelaide, you will head south before gradually climbing 500 m. A fun session, calling for changes in speed right from the start.