Sign-up or log in to CW.CC, simply get yourself an active RiTMO rating and you could be walking away with a brand new B’Twin Alur 700 (opens in new tab) bike worth £749 (courtesy of Decathlon UK) before you know it.
We’re going to give one lucky CW.CC rider, old or new, a brand new B’Twin Alur 700 bike and all you need is an active RiTMO rating.
With Shimano 105 components, a carbon fork and UCI approved aluminium frame, the Alur is the perfect all-round bike for every eventuality.
How to enter
To be in with chance of winning, all you need to do is sign-up to CW.CC and get an active RiTMO Rating – the general performance ratings for road cyclists. Click here to find out more about RiTMO.
Getting a RiTMO Rating is easy: Sign-up to CW.CC for free and log three or more rides of over 16km (10 miles), with at least two from the last six months and one ride from the last two months. If you have data for more than three rides, just upload the lot – your best performances automatically count towards your RiTMO Rating.
You can upload rides directly from your Garmin device, log rides manually, upload GPX, TCX, FIT and .hmr (Polar) files or sync to your Nike + account.
That’s it, once you’ve upload three or more rides over 16km, you’ll have your active RiTMO Rating and we’ll pick one lucky winner out of the hat to win the fabulous B’Twin Alur 700 (opens in new tab).
Remember, it’s not the owner of the best (lowest) RiTMO Rating who walks off with the prize. Its one lucky winner pulled out of the hat, so everyone has an equal chance regardless of ability.
Competition closes at 12.00pm GMT, 30 April 2014.
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