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Muc-Off launches Christmas Strava Challenge: Yule Ridings

Muc-Off launches Christmas Strava Challenge: Yule Ridings

POOLE 18.12.2020, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Muc-Off, the global leaders in bicycle and motorcycle care, are excited to announce a new challenge on Strava this Christmas.

Between 25 - 31 December, Muc-Off are challenging Strava users to log five hours of riding over seven days. To encourage cyclists to get some fresh air, with friends, family, or just on their own. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a roadie ride, gravel sesh or a big MTB loop – it’s up to the rider how they want to rack up the hours.

Everyone who completes the challenge will not only receive an exclusive 25% off discount code valid on all products at, but they’ll also be entered in an epic prize draw. Finishers could win a custom-painted Muc-Off bike of their choice, up to the value of £2500/$3300/€2800. Plus a year’s supply of Muc-Off products to keep that custom paintwork box-fresh.

The challenge is live between 25 - 31 December and can be entered here: Christmas Strava challenge

Merry Christmas from everyone here at Muc-Off, now let it shred, let it shred, let it shred!


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Steve Fearn, Global Bicycle PR & Communications Manager  

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About Muc-Off:

Back in 1991 Rex and Marilyn Trimnell got things started with X-Lite UK. After designing and manufacturing the world’s first twin crown bicycle fork, Rex created a perfectly pink spray to clean his kit. To make a long story short, Rex’s cleaner was the best thing since sliced bread, and it wasn’t long before word got out and Muc-Off was born.

Fast-forward to now and Muc-Off is now the go-to brand for top riders. And, in case you haven’t noticed, we do a bit more than our iconic original pink cleaner these days.

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