This week we bid farewell to the Bkool Winter Cup 2018. If you have any stages still left, or want to improve your time on any, don’t put it off until the last second!
In addition to our Multiplayer Challenge, we bring you a very special drawing, from Orbea.
BKOOL WINTER CUP – FINAL CHALLENGE
This is the last challenge of the Bkool Winter Cup and we’re giving you the chance to ride the 3rd stage of the league again that corresponds to the start of the Tour 2018.
As always, you can choose the time you take part. We have various starting times, find the best one for you and try to beat your previous results or take this time to complete the stage!
We’re giving away 1-Year Premium Subscription to a random Bkooler who takes part from start to finish. Make sure you press save at the end, otherwise you won’t be on the results!
Tuesday 27th March
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.
Orbea and Bkool raffle
To celebrate the final week, Orbea is giving you the chance to take home a brand new cycling jersey and shorts without moving a muscle! Yes, that’s right – without moving a muscle. Here’s what you need to do:
On this route through Finnish lands you will pedal 17 km, around several lakes. With just 146 m of slope, it’s an easy one. At the beginning of the route you will find the most difficult section, with a kilometer and a half of climbing, followed by some ups and downs, but nothing too tough.
Dare to do the time trial that will be held on the fourth day of this time-honoured event. The Navarrese town of Lodosa will welcome the cyclists, who will face a predominantly flat 19-km circuit in which time trial specialists will be the favourites.
Ride through the Colombian department of Antioquia in this 16-km session. On the first half you will face the Cerro Chapecoense, a demanding climb with grades exceeding 10% in some sections. Fortunately, the rest of the route is almost totally flat.
The final leg of the Tour of Flanders, to take place next Sunday. You will tackle the cobblestone sections of the Oude Kwaremont and Paterberg hills. After overcoming these obstacles you have 10 km to go, virtually flat, until the finish line by Lake Donk, in Oudenaarde.