Do you use a stationary bike to help keep your fitness levels up when you can't get outdoors? Or perhaps you're training for a triathlon or packing up your tent and planning a bikepacking adventure? Do you have any opinions about the latest cycling tech? Whether it's part of your regular fitness routine or just a means to keep you active when the hills are off-limits, if you like to pedal at home or in the gym, we want to hear from you. We're undertaking a survey to learn all about the indoor cycling habits and preferences of our audience. Take part in our latest survey and be in with a chance of winning an Amazon voucher.
Cycling is a great way to keep fit, and many consider indoor cycling to be one of the most time-effective ways to work out on a bike. But it can be an expensive sport to get into, with a range of kit that promises to make you more comfortable, tech such as fitness trackers and heart rate monitors to track your progress, and apps to keep you entertained along the way. In contrast, some people will simply use the same tried and trusted bike they’ve had for years, fitted to a second-hand trainer and that does the job.
We want to know where you sit on this spectrum of this fast developing part of the cycling world. We’d love to hear what you REALLY think about trainer kit, what you consider a necessity for a good indoor workout, and how important it is to you to use the latest tech.
Complete our cycling survey below
This survey should take about 5-8 minutes to complete, depending on your answers. To say thank you for your time, your name will be placed into a prize draw for a chance to win* an Amazon voucher worth £250 or $300 (depending on where you live). The survey is open to UK, US and selected countries in Europe and runs till 9 May 2022.
Click here to take survey – we look forward to hearing from you.
*Prize Draw T&Cs apply. (link to https://www.futureplc.com/competition-rules/)
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Julia Clarke is a staff writer for Advnture.com and the author of the book Restorative Yoga for Beginners. She loves to explore mountains on foot, bike, skis and belay and then recover on the the yoga mat. Julia graduated with a degree in journalism in 2004 and spent eight years working as a radio presenter in Kansas City, Vermont, Boston and New York City before discovering the joys of the Rocky Mountains. She then detoured west to Colorado and enjoyed 11 years teaching yoga in Vail before returning to her hometown of Glasgow, Scotland in 2020 to focus on family and writing.