Every Day in MayCan You GO The Distance?
Introducing the first ElliptiGO Get On The Map Challenge: EVERY DAY IN MAY.
Complete the Challenge by riding your ElliptiGO each day during the month of May and you’ll earn a ton of GOTM points. Think you can GO the distance?
How far do I have to ride each day?
There are three different challenge levels to choose from: 5 miles, 10 miles and 20 miles per day. You can move down a level at any time, so if you start at 10 miles per day and conclude that’s too much after a week, you can start doing 5 miles per day and complete the Challenge at that level. Also, you can miss up to three days during the month and complete up to three rides on an indoor trainer or stationary machine, so no need to fret about a business trip or a few rainy days ending your streak.
How many points can I earn?
A lot. If you successfully complete the 5-mile Challenge, you’ll earn 150 points. Completing the 10-mile Challenge will get you 350 points, and completing the 20-mile Challenge will earn you 750 points. That’s equivalent to doing 6 century rides and is enough to earn you the coveted GOTM riding jacket! Check out the Get On The Map page
to see what other rewards you can earn with your points.
How do I join the Challenge?
You must register for the Challenge no later than April 30th
. All you need to do is complete the entry form on this page AND join the ElliptiGO Club
on Strava so you can upload your rides.
How do I successfully complete the Challenge?
To earn your GOTM points, you’ll need to ride your ElliptiGO at least the prescribed distance (5, 10 or 20 miles) on no fewer than 28 days in May. If you skip a day, you’ll have to make up the difference so that you end up averaging at least the prescribed distance for all 31 days. You’ll also need to upload your rides each week on Sunday by midnight
Pacific time so we can update the Challenge rider board on this page.
Where’s the fine print and additional details?
Click on the red "Challenge Guidelines" button above for the fine print and additional details. If you have specific questions, please email email@example.com.