Ride with us on Zwift and win a CycleOps Hammer trainer worth £999

Monday's a group social ride and there's a spot prize of a CycleOps sweat guard to be won too...

Last Monday was the first in our eight-week series of Hammer Time rides on Zwift in association with CycleOps.  The series finale is a Fondo on 23 April, and if you ride one of the series rides and the Fondo then you'll be in the hat to win a CycleOps Hammer direct drive trainer worth £999. Interested? Of course you are!

> Getting started with Zwift

Monday's ride is a group social ride, so it won't be too hard. If you want to get a bit more from it then there'll be some optional sprint efforts, and a mini race at the end too, but if you want to spin round with the road.cc crew then that's fine too. There'll be a gang of us on the ride and road.cc co-founder Dave Atkinson is the beacon.

> See Monday's ride on Zwift

There's a spot prize every week awarded to one UK rider, and this week you'll be in the hat to win a CycleOps sweat guard worth £25. Just for showing up! 

For full terms and conditions head to road.cc/hammertime

Try out a CycleOps smart trainer at 11 demo centres across the UK

If you've never tried a smart trainer then you can give one a go at one of CycleOps' demo centres. There are currently 11 in the UK, with more to be announced soon. Head to paligap.cc to find your nearest demo centre.

Buy a CycleOps smart trainer and get a free training subscription worth at least £39!

If you buy a CycleOps Hammer or Magnus smart trainer before the end of April 2018 then you can get 3 months free on Zwift or 6 months on Rouvy. That's £39 of training on Zwift, or $66 on Rouvy. Both offer a range of training options, with structured training plans and interactive features. Check out zwift.com and rouvy.com to see what they offer. See the full details of the offer at paligap.cc.

Dave is a founding father of road.cc, having previously worked on Cycling Plus and What Mountain Bike magazines back in the day. He also writes about e-bikes for our sister publication ebiketips. He's won three mountain bike bog snorkelling World Championships, and races at the back of the third cats.

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