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Challenge of the Month: Cycle 300km in a month

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Posted by Cags R under Cycling on 1 February 2014 at 12:00 AM

Cycle 300km in a month

February has arrived, and with it, a whole new boost of fitness motivation!

To keep you active throughout the month, we're setting you a Challenge which is perfect for those of you who want to cycle but haven't got back on your bike in the New Year, this simple month-long Challenge asks you to Cycle 300km in a month!cycle 300km in a month

“Great challenge. When I started I didn't think I could do it, but then I saw km adding up at about 10 km/day... and I really wanted to do this. It was the most enjoyable and the hardest challenge for me so far!” - Lavinia I

If you're a classic middle-aged man in lycra, you may be thinking "300km, that's just my hardcore weekend training" but ask yourself - do you get out on the roads in all weather? Yep, we're being mean this month, your monthly Challenge may well result in a soggy butt, a snotty nose and maybe even a puncture or two, but never fear! As well as setting you up for 300km of cycling, we'll also be providing tons of helpful tips to keep you on the road in all weather.

Take the Challenge of the Month NOW!

Track your training: use the Tribesports Training functionality to track your cycling throughout the month, never miss a kilometre with GPS tracking on the Tribesports iOS App or use your GPS watch and upload GPX & KML files direct to Tribesports.com.

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    Mmm, would love to take it, but with running and gym I just don't think I can rack up quite that many ks in a month. I could do 200, but would need to reduce my working week by yet another day to fit 300 in! Mind you, a new road bike might help rather than a mountain/hybrid bike!

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