Complete the Tour de Tredz Strava challenge for £25 off and the chance to win a Garmin bundle worth over £2,500

Ride 400 minutes or more in 3 weeks for the chance to win a Garmin and Tredz prize including a Tacx turbo trainer, Garmin Solar smartwatch, cycling computer and more

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If you’re upping your mileage now that Spring is here and maybe looking to buy something new for you or your bike, complete the Tour de Tredz Strava challenge and you can combine both, get a £25 Tredz voucher and earn yourself the Tour de Tredz virtual Strava badge. Plus there’s a huge Garmin and Tacx package on offer for one lucky winner.

To take part in the challenge, head over to Strava, visit the Challenge section and join the Tour De Tredz 2022. You can also find more details and ways to enter via the Tredz Strava Club. 

You’ve then got until 31 March to complete 400 minutes - that’s less than seven hours - of moving time. That doesn’t have to be cycling outdoors either: GPS traces, virtual and manually entered activity logged on Strava will be counted. You can go as long or as short as you like for each activity.

It doesn’t matter whether your Strava account is public or private either, although only publicly visible activity will show on the challenge leaderboard and only publicly accessible accounts will qualify for the Tredz virtual Strava badge. 

Big prize

The prize package includes a Tacx trainer, Garmin goodies and a Tredz bundle together worth over £2,500

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All participants based in the United Kingdom who complete the challenge will get a handy discount at Tredz (opens in new tab), receiving a voucher worth £25 off an online spend of £75 or more.

Tredz is a great place to shop for all your cycling needs, with a huge range of bikes, components, accessories and clothing for road, mountain and gravel riding as well as electric bikes and kids’ bikes. It stocks all the big brands, including Specialized, Giant, Scott and Cannondale bikes, as well as Castelli and Endura clothing. It’s got the latest tech too from brands like Garmin, Elite and Wahoo. There’s also loads of advice on site: everything from how to wash your bike to brand overviews and product reviews.

Tredz offers free shipping on UK orders over £20, or there’s Click and Collect available from its Swansea and Cardiff stores, which also provide workshop services. It has zero per cent finance offers on bikes and other spend over £99 and it’s part of the Cycle To Work Scheme.

Big Garmin and Tredz prize for one winner 

The challenge is run by Tredz in partnership with Garmin, with a winning prize package for one participant, who will be selected at random, worth over £2,500. The winning package includes a top-of-the-range Tacx Neo 2T Smart Turbo and a Garmin Instinct Solar GPS watch, along with a Garmin Edge 530 computer and Varia RLT515 rearview radar/light bundle. The prize also includes a £250 Tredz voucher, Tredz jersey and shorts and a Tredz maintenance bundle.

The challenge started on 11 March, so head over to the Tredz Strava Club (opens in new tab) and join up (opens in new tab) for more info and to see who among its 1000-plus members is clocking up the miles each week. 

Tredz also posts updates to its Strava club on the latest cycling equipment and there will be new giveaways as we head into summer. And don’t forget to visit Tredz (opens in new tab) for all your cycling gear needs. 

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Paul Norman
Paul Norman

Paul started writing for Cycling Weekly in 2015, covering cycling tech, new bikes and product testing. Since then, he’s reviewed hundreds of bikes and thousands of other pieces of cycling equipment for the magazine and the Cycling Weekly website.

He’s been cycling for a lot longer than that though and his travels by bike have taken him all around Europe and to California. He’s been riding gravel since before gravel bikes existed too, riding a cyclocross bike through the Chilterns and along the South Downs.