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Strava and Competitive Cyclist Will Pay You to Ride

Strava and the Competitive Cyclist have partnered on a campaign, that will pay you to ride your bike.

“At some point we all dream of being a pro and getting paid to ride,” said Noah Singer, senior product manager at Competitive Cyclist. “This is as close as most folks will get, and winning isn’t even a requirement. It’s pretty simple, earn $1[USD] per hour you ride and use it towards the things you need to keep going. We want to make your next ride your best ride.”


Sync your Strava account with your Competitive Cyclist account from this page or your My Account page. If you don’t already have an account, you’ll need to create one. You will start to accrue credits once you’ve linked your accounts.

Each credit is worth $1.00 towards any purchase and may not be redeemed for cash. You can always check your balance in My Account on Competitive Cyclist.

Each hour ridden is worth $1.00 in store credit, in half-hour increments. So, a 1:45 minute ride would receive $1.50
Credits will be deposited into your Competitive Cyclist account within 24 hours
Credits will expire at 11:59pm MT on the last day of the following month. For example, credits earned for a ride in March will expire on April 30th
You can receive up to 40 credits per month
Credits are non-transferable
Multiple credits can be combined when placing an order
Time is measured in moving time
Manual entries do not count
Only the Strava activity of ‘cycling’ will count
Activity completed prior to syncing accounts does not count


Apply Your Credits Toward Your Next Purchase
Whether it’s tools, nutrition, or components, you need to fuel your riding habit. Your credits will automatically be applied toward your next purchase, so you get back more for the effort you put in.

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