Did You Partake In The Challenge?

Just like that, we've completed the Trailforks Winter Challenge. 2,825 participants rode 464,141 miles in 42,094 rides. Now that's some impressive stats for eight weeks in November, December and January! See below for who won the awesome prize courtesy of SRAM and RockShox.

We may be all wrapped up with the Trailforks Winter Challenge, but don't worry, we've got some more in the works to keep you motivated and strong!





WINTER TRAIL CHALLENGE:

From Wednesday November 18th 2020 to Tuesday Jan 12th 2021, riders challenged themselves and their friends to get out and ride bikes!

Prizes:

Weekly prize packs (8 total) featuring RockShox Reverb AXS Seatpost and SRAM GX Eagle Boxset.


WEEK ONE PRIZE WINNER: @mappermook
WEEK TWO PRIZE WINNER: @mtb-jon
WEEK THREE PRIZE WINNER: @Corbs99
WEEK FOUR PRIZE WINNER: @elyari
WEEK FIVE PRIZE WINNER: @CamDoug
WEEK SIX PRIZE WINNER: @baseltine
WEEK SEVEN PRIZE WINNER: @brownierice
WEEK EIGHT PRIZE WINNER: @Scottyd17485


How it Worked:

Each week, for every mile you ride you will earn an entry point. It’s open to anyone recording a ride, so MTB, Road Bike, Gravel Bike etc. So your commute to work can count!

But, by riding trails you double your chances. If you ride trails on your ride you get a 2 x Entry points for every mile ridden. And if you use the Trailforks App to record your rides you also earn 2x Entry points per mile ridden.




Every week, all entry points are put in to a random prize draw with winners drawn and announced on Trailforks.

Note: Points earned per week count for each weekly prize drawer. Points do not roll over.

Given it is often wet during the winter months in the northern hemisphere, please make smart ride decisions! Choose trails that can handle wet weather riding if it is wet, or choose a road ride instead.
Also adhere to your local COVID restrictions and best practice.

Learn how to record your rides with Trailforks
here.




Final Leaderboard:






Click here for rules, terms & conditions


5 Comments

  • 10 0
 @Mikelevy Occasional Trailfoks user here.. I've only used it when I'm traveling, which is more rare than I'd like, so annual subscription doesn't make a ton of sense.. What about a higher priced 30 day option? Load it up at the start of the trip and it drops off after 30 days.. (better than monthly, in case the trip straddles 2 months.) Hook a rider up, man! Thanks
  • 2 0
 Yesss, a "trip" option would be a great idea
  • 6 0
 My year subscription was less than $30 (granted that was with the lifetime 50% discount).

I take more than one trip a year, even at 2 that's $15 per trip. Seems like a small drop in the bucket in overall cost to the trip.

I don't understand how people refuse to pay less than 9 cents a day on a completely functional, useful app but they're completely ok spending $15 on lunch or $6 on coffee per day.

I ride bikes with one of the developers that's now a full time employee on trailforks because of this subscription. He gets paid to do what he loves and he's got tons of ideas but he's never been able to see them through because he was doing this as well as working a full time job.
  • 3 0
 Enjoyed the challenge, thanks Pinkbike! Even tho I didn’t win, it more than once for me out for a ride. Congrats to all the winners!
  • 2 0
 Excuse me good sir but there must be something wrong. How come my name is not up there on that winner's list?

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