We have a winner! Roystien wins the first March Miles Cycle Challenge
Over the month of March cyclists around the world have been taking to the streets to participate in the first Map My Tracks March Miles Cycle Challenge. It's been thrilling to watch the lead change, then change again, but victory goes to Roystien with an impressive 1766 kilometers ridden in March.
Collectively, there has been 18387 kilometres ridden with the winner riding an impressive 1766 kilometres alone. That’s over 1000 miles in a month! In the end, two riders reached that milestone with everyone contributing to a great total.
Huge congratulations go to all of the participants for the impressive effort involved in completing so many miles.
Roystien has taken the win and the jersey of Lars-Petter Nordhaug of Team Sky. The jersey is signed by fellow team mates including Bradley Wiggins, Alex Dowsett, Peter Kennaugh, Rigoberto Uran, Xabier Zandio, Juan Antonio Flecha, Christian Knees, Davide Appollonio, Dario David Cioni, Rusell Downing, Jeremy Hunt, Edvald Boasson Hagen, Kurt-Asle Arvesen and Lars-Petter Nordhaug himself.
The official March Miles Cycle Challenge hall of fame, after one month of cycling, in March is:
- 1. Roystien (1766 km) wins the signed Team Sky jersey plus a Map My Tracks jersey
- 2. jontabb (1747 km) wins a Map My Tracks jersey
- 3. flashjackson (1457 km) wins a Map My Tracks jersey
Everyone that has participated also receives a March Miles badge for their profile to remind them of the miles ridden in all weathers.
We can’t thank you all enough for taking part in what is the first of many challenges we have planned. It’s been fascinating to watch the challenge unfold through March and we hope that everyone has enjoyed putting in some early season miles and made some friends along the way.
We’ll be giving you a rest through April but if you are up for another challenge it won’t be long until May is here.
Well done to all that took part. Keep safe on the roads.