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Mile Muncher 620

Created By
CW.CC
Sport
Cycling
Challenge Start
25 Jul 2013
Challenge End
31 Aug 2013
Challenge
Total Distance
Goal
997.8 km
Members
201
Group Type
Challenge

A True Test for Duracell® Bunnies.

Log 620 miles (approx.1,000 km) before August 31st and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a cycling goodie bag worth over £100. Plus spot prizes for “first past the post” in different RiTMO Categories

A True Test for Duracell® Bunnies.

Log 620 miles (approx.1,000 km) before August 31st and you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a cycling goodie bag worth over £100.

Plus there are three spot prizes for reaching the 620 milestones milestone (sorry) first. Each winner picks up a one-off CW.CC Mile Muncher Tee Shirt, personalised with their name and the date of their achievement.  The categories are:

We do it this way, so everyone’s got a chance, not just the super fit or talented among us.

Actually it’s not quite as tough as it sounds. When you break it down, it’s about 144 miles a week. Of course, the trick will be sticking at every week. Let a low mileage week slip in and you’ll have your work cut out for sure. But that’s part of the appeal: riding 144 miles in a week is one thing; doing it every week for a month is quite another! 

Tempted? How to get going...

  1. Sign up or Log-in to CW.CC
  2. Click the “join” button above 
  3. Upload all your rides between now and the August 31st
  4. Check back here to see how you’re doing

A few more things to know...

Logging rides

There are a number of ways you can log rides

  1. Use the RiTMO Ride Tracking iPhone App – record your ride and sync wirelessly with CW.CC
  2. Upload a ride directly from your Garmin device – plug in your Garmin and away you go
  3. Sync with your Nike plus account 
  4. Export and upload a GPX, TCX, FIT or Polar HR file from your favourite app or device. Most GPS devices and smartphone apps let you export rides in one or more of these file types so chances are you can carry on using your favourite.

Cheating is bad for the soul

Cheating is pretty easy to spot, so if the temptation of skulduggery flashes before you, be strong and resist. You stand to gain nothing apart from the opprobrium of your fair-minded cycling companions. Besides we all know cheating is bad for the soul. 

Be safe and courteous

We know we don’t need to say it but we’re going to say it anyway: ride safely and courteously when out and about and do your best to keep it nice and friendly on the discussion board.

Terms & Conditions

By joining this challenge, you acknowledge and accept that it will entail physically challenging activities and some of the techniques featured in the challenge may be suitable for advanced runners only.  Individuals participating in the challenge do so at their own risk and anyone under the age of 18 should be supervised by a responsible adult.  Participants must seek medical advice if they have any injuries or medical conditions.  Protective & appropriate clothing should be worn at all times.  Participants must obey all traffic controls and signage whilst undertaking the challenge and are solely responsible for ensuring that they comply with all applicable traffic laws.  To the fullest extent permitted by law, IPC Media Limited and Training Diaries Limited exclude any and all liability to participants or any third parties arising out of or in connection with an individual’s participation in this challenge.

Cycling Weekly reserves the right to query or ignore any entries that it believes contain falsified data. All activities must be logged by midnight GMT 31 Aug 2013. For all other standard terms and conditions, click here.