Bkoolers Stay Home Cup, the online virtual cycling competition with smart roller created by Bkool Lastlap started last week with great participation success.
A total of 4.325 people have already rolled in the first of the stages that consisted of completing 25,7 kilometers of the Strade-Bianche.
Stay in shape from home
Following the #yopedaleoencasa philosophy, this competition aims to help all cycling fans to keep fit and enjoying their passion without having to leave their homes respecting the mandatory confinement in which we are immersed.
In the first of the stages, which began last Friday, the best time was recorded by David Martínez, who covered the distance in a total of 37 minutes and 29 seconds.
In the women's category, the record is held by Itziar Yarritu who set a time of 48'13 ”.
Today begins the second stage
Today began the second stage that will take us to 20 kilometers of the mythical Paris-Nice. Participants have until next March 29 to mark their best time.
The 2nd stage of #BkoolersStayHomeCup! Nice Paris is here!
Available until March 29
For your attempt to be in the ranking, you will have to do the stage between today and the 29th.
- Bkool (@BkoolSport) March 25, 2020
Bkoolers Stay Home Cup will last a month with six routes that will be activated one every five days. Those who are not Bkool users can still sign up and participate for free.
The intention of the championship is only to try to make our lives a little easier during these tough weeks and to help us stay in shape.
Subsequently, they must be downloaded Bkool Cycling on your android mobile phone, tablet or computer.
The competition has several prizes donated by the different collaborators for the winners of each stage, such as registrations for the Madrid-Segovia MTB, for the Festibike cycling tour or for the Imperial Route, as well as cycling jerseys.