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Strava Climbing Challenge
Climb 4,096 meters in 16 days.
Challenge Ended: March 22, 2015
Milan-San Remo kicks off the classics season with a punishing 182-mile course that Team Sky rider Lars Petter Nordhaug captured on Strava in 2014. But it’s legendary climbs like the Poggio and Cipressa that blow the race apart and determine the winner. Between March 7th and March 22nd we challenge you to climb 4,096 meters, double the elevation gain the peloton will tackle at MSR.
Tackle this Challenge because you want to have fun, push yourself and achieve a goal. Tackle this Challenge because you love to climb.
Do you have what it takes to climb 4,096 meters (13,438 feet) in 16 days? Prove your dedication by summiting as many mountains and doing as many hill repeats as necessary to earn the Challenge finisher badge.
Complete the Challenge and you will unlock the ability to purchase a limited edition Strava Climbing Challenge Jersey.
The 2015 Strava Challenge jersey features a sweatproof zippered pocket for your mobile device, reflective tabs to ensure visibility, and textured stretch fabric on the sleeves and side panels for improved aerodynamics.
The purchasing window will close 3 days after the Challenge ends. The expected delivery time is 5-7 weeks for domestic orders and 6-8 weeks for international.
Athletes who complete this Challenge will receive a Strava Climbing Challenge digital finishers badge in their Trophy Case.
The Challenge starts and ends based on each athlete's local time zone.
Manual entries, trainer rides, or rides marked private will not count towards your Challenge effort.
All activities logged during the Challenge period must be uploaded to Strava no later than three days after the Challenge ends.
Ride hard and be safe. Use common sense when it comes to traffic, weather, or other conditions while taking part in this Challenge. Remember to take care of your hydration and nutrition needs when you’re out on the road.