If you are a dreamer and you are not registered yet, you can win a once in a lifetime experience to race the Mongolia Bike Challenge with a brand new 3T Exploro Gravel bike in a total prize worth over € 6000.
You have 6 weeks to simulate all 6 stages of the MBC recording your routes on strava from any location.
THE CHALLENGE START ON MARCH 31st AND WILL FINISH ON MAY 12th, 2019
Here is how it works:
1- To participate in the challenge it is necessary to have a profile in strava and enlist in our club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/243563?oq=mon
2- Then you have to register on the event: https://www.strava.com/clubs/243563/group_events/451179
3- You ride the equivalent distance of each MBC 2019 stage and log it at the MBC 3T Strava Challenge. You can find the detailed stageplan on the MBC website.
ATTENTION: CYCLING INDOOR IS NOT PERMITTED
4- Each stage needs to be completed with a heart rate monitor on an unpowered bicycle.
5- You need to ride every stage but it doesn't need to be completed on consecutive days. EVERY WEEKEND ONE STAGE
6- Share your stages in Strava and social media channels accompanied by hashtags #3TMBCstravachallenge #mbc10anniversary #3Texploro
7- Please send your 6 individual strava ride link URLs to firstname.lastname@example.org
The rider whose stage profile best matches combined elevation and distance to the actual MBC wins free entry to MBC 2019 and a 3T EXPLORO Gravel bike
The winner will receive one entry to the MBC 2019 and one 3T EXPLORO Gravel Bike.
The condition of keeping the prize is that you need to race this bike at the 2019 edition of the MBC on the Gravel Category.
ATTENTION: The Bike has to be sent back if not used during the MBC for any reasons.
If you can't the prize will be passed onto the runner up who also needs to commit to race it at the MBC 2019. If he can't the prize is passed on again until a candidate is found who can race it there. The winner has to buy his own fly ticket by May 31, 2019.
Stage 1: 72 km x 850 climbing up
Stage 2: 108 km x 1100 climbing up
Stage 3: 118 km x 1500 climbing up
Stage 4: 120 km x 1200 climbing up
Stage 5: 116 km x 1500 climbing up
Stage 6: 64 km x 1400 climbing up