Participate in the #GiroBkool and pedal the Italian roads where the world’s top cyclists are competing today to win the pink jersey.
This new edition is set to feature more surprises and gifts than ever
CHALLENGE 1 – #GIROBKOOL 2018
While the professionals are giving it everything they have to continue climbing positions in the overall classification of the legendary race, you will also have the opportunity to complete the same stage, the same day, along with dozens of Bkoolers from all over the world.
We start this special league with a super challenge with some epic prizes up for grabs. We have a pair of Sockers Lovers bicycle socks, two sigma brake lights and a waterproof Ortlieb bicycle bag.
Choose the time that works best and ride with users worldwide on this famous route:
Thursday 10th May 2018
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.
An easy 10-kilometer session through North Yorkshire County, England. Departing from Easby, you’ll head towards Nunthorpe, visiting the town of Stokesley. Thanks to Fulst for shooting this video route, without much climbing, so you can warm up or just get your legs moving.
The last part of the fourth stage of this MTB race. You’ll pedal 36 km through a 100% desert area. On the first third of the ride you face a short but hard climb up stony tracks, which will lead to sandy areas, before you reach the campsite by the Erg Chebbi dunes.
The Colombian city of Floridablanca will be the starting point of this 15 km route. After a first flat section, you will commence a 9 km ascent with a 5.76% grade Tres Esquinas, in the Loma Mesa de Ruitoque. Thanks to the Bkooler Skyracer for the video.
Tackle the tough climb to Green Mountain, departing from the outskirts of Boulder. It’s 9 km at an average grade of 7.3%, with some sections ranging up to 15%. Get a good warm-up and pace yourself to climb the 660 m in this one.