Amp Human & EF Pro Cycling Tour Strava Challenge Announced

Amp Human & EF Pro Cycling Tour Strava Challenge Announced

Amp Human (makers of PR Lotion, my favorite product for hard racing and training rides) has just rolled out a new Strava challenge in partnership with EF Pro Cycling (my favorite pro cycling team)! The challenge? Ride a total of 102.6 miles (the average stage length in the 2020 Tour de France).

Do it all in one ride for a chance at the grand prize (a Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Ultegra Di2 + lots more!) or do it over multiple rides for a chance at the stage prize – which is still a big prize! Here are the details…

Entering the Challenge

To enter the challenge simply click “Join Challenge” from the challenge’s homepage (must be a Strava user to sign up).

Important note: the terms of this challenge state that it is only open to “legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia, Canada and the UK who are at least eighteen (18) years old at the time of entry.”

Completing the Challenge

To finish this challenge, ride a total of 102.6 miles by September 18, 2020 (challenge starts and ends based on each participant’s local time zone).

Do it all in once ride for a shot at the grand prize (see below)!

Rides can be indoors (virtual) or outdoors, and must be uploaded to Strava to count.

Prize Giveaways

There are two prize packages associated with this Strava challenge, and both are massive prizes!

Stage Prize

Accumulate 102.6 miles between Aug 29 – Sept 18 and opt-in for a chance to win:

  • Cannondale: SuperSix EVO Carbon disc Ultegra (MSRP $4,200) – bikes subject to availability
  • POC: Omne Air Spin Helmet (MSRP $150) and Aspire Clarity Sunglasses (MSRP $220)
  • Rapha x EF Pro Cycling: EF Pro Cycling Pro Team Aero Jersey (MSRP $195), EF Pro Cycling Pro Team Bib Shorts (MSRP $270), Team Cap (MSRP $20), Musette Bag (MSRP $20), Team socks (MSRP $20) and Team water bottle (MSRP $12)
  • Amp Human: 1 year’s subscription PR Lotion + swag (MSRP $500)

Grand Tour Prize

Complete a single ride of 102.6 miles or more between Aug 29 – Sept 18 and opt-in for a chance to win:

  • Cannondale: SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD Ultegra Di2 (MSRP $7,750) – bikes subject to availability
  • POC: Ventral Air NFC Helmet (MSRP $275) and AIM Clarity Sunglasses (MSRP $220) 
  • Rapha x EF Pro Cycling: EF Pro Cycling Pro Team Aero Jersey (MSRP $195), EF Pro Cycling Pro Team Bib Shorts (MSRP $270), Team Cap (MSRP $20), Musette Bag (MSRP $20), Team socks (MSRP $20) and Team water bottle (MSRP $12)
  • Amp Human: 1 year’s subscription PR Lotion + swag (MSRP $500)

See full terms and conditions >

About The Author

Eric Schlange

Eric runs Zwift Insider in his spare time when he isn't on the bike or managing various business interests. He lives in Northern California with his beautiful wife, two kids and dog. Follow on Strava

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Umsiukas
Umsiukas
5 months ago

Those not from the USA, Canada, or the UK please wait outside.

Buzz
Buzz (@jimbo_jim007)
5 months ago
Reply to  Umsiukas

Stink eh bro

Bill
Bill
5 months ago

Wheres the link to the caffeine gum?

Joel Chidley
Joel Chidley
5 months ago

If you complete the distance in a single ride are you then entered in both draws? Or does a single ride supersede the accumulative draw, so you are then only in the draw for the grand tour prize?

Alexander
Alexander
5 months ago

What would be the fastest/easiest route to do 120 miles in one activity? 11.x times Tempus Fugit?

Dan Connelly
Dan Connelly
5 months ago
Reply to  Eric Schlange

More XP from Crit City, though: 82-ish laps of crit city, I think (w/ a TT bike: 10 XP per km in banners), or better, the Prudential London Full route for double XP (but 10x up Box Hlll…). Easiest way is probably to join a friend as they reach the top of Ventoux, then coast down for a “free” 20 km, then from there ride laps of the flatter routes.

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