After 16 weeks, the Bkool Winter Cup comes to an end. But don’t worry if you have a stage or two left, or want to improve a time, as you still have next week.
We also bring you two Flemish classics, and other recommended routes.
BKOOL WINTER CUP – PLANIFICA TUS PEDALADAS & TOWCAR
Welcome to the penultimate challenge of this epic league. This week, we have combined Planifica Tus Pedaladas and TowCar to offer you yet another week full of challenges and prizes!
We’ve organised a section from stage 20 of the Tour de France for you to ride head-to-head with Bkoolers from all over the world!
This week, we have up for grabs a car-bicycle rack from TowCar and 3 nutrition packs from Planifica Tus Pedaladas!
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.
The final section of one of the Belgian spring cycling classics, in the region of Flanders. On these last 26 km you will tackle the Tiegemberg peak and the Varentstraat pavé section before the sprint through the streets of the Flemish city of Harelbeke.
An easy jaunt along the Australian south coast, on the outskirts of the city of Adelaide. Its 10 km are practically flat, with barely 30 m of ascent. Unless the wind starts blowing, you can just pedal along, to warm up or to get your legs moving. Thanks to Mrki for shooting this video.
One of the most important events during the Flemish cycling week, held two days after the E3 Harelbeke and in 2018 marking its 80th edition. In this session you will be able to ride the last 31 km towards Wevelgem, where, barring a surprise, the victor will whoever wins the sprint.
A 35-km route in Chester County, Pennsylvania. With a bit more than 600 m. of slope, it’s not a session with giant climbs, but there are lots of ups and downs, so you’ll have to shift gears. We can enjoy the video view thanks to Keith.