Our Members can win a Garmin Edge 840 worth £450!

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We are rolling out more competitions to our Full Members. This time we have teamed up with Garmin to offer a Edge 840 worth £449.99!

Here’s what you can win…

Garmin Edge 840

Improve every day with Edge® 840, the touchscreen and button-controlled cycling computer with event adaptive training1. It’s the optimal gear to prepare you for upcoming races or personal milestones.

EXTENDED BATTERY LIFE

The Edge® 840 bike computer gets up to 26 hours of battery life in intense mode and up to 42 hours using battery saver mode.

ADAPTIVE COACHING

View daily suggested workouts and training prompts on screen; get personalised coaching based on your event that adapts to your current training load and recovery.

MULTI-BAND GNSS

Find your way with multi-band GNSS technology that provides enhanced positioning accuracy.

CLIMBPRO ASCENT PLANNER

See remaining ascent and grade when climbing so you can gauge your effort with ClimbPro, now available on every ride with no course necessary.

CYCLING ABILITY AND COURSE DEMANDS

Compare your cycling ability to the demands of a specific course and focus your training in the right areas, when paired with your compatible power meter and heart rate monitor.

POWER GUIDE

Manage your efforts with the power guide feature, which recommends power targets throughout a course, when paired with your compatible power meter.

Our Members can win one!

NB: you will need to be logged in to see the entry form below.

Good luck!


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