Join RACV Energy Breakthrough on Strava

Join RACV Energy Breakthrough on Strava

You’re invited to join the RACV Energy Breakthrough STRAVA club!
Created to connect students from schools across Victoria and beyond as they physically prepare for the event in Maryborough this November. We know that young people across the country are preparing, but they are mostly doing it in isolation. We hope through this Strava club that we’ll breakdown some barriers between schools and build some new connections!

We hope through this Strava club that we’ll breakdown some barriers between schools and build some new connections!

Students young and old are put to the test over a variety of challenges through the RACV Energy Breakthrough challenge: the shortest tests are just a few seconds long and the longest is a 24-hour endurance trial. These tests need to be prepared for physically and training through running, riding and swimming are some of the ways our students are preparing.

It’s simple and free to join STRAVA.

What is STRAVA?

Strava is the Swedish word for “strive,” which epitomizes who we are and what we do: If you’re striving to improve, no matter your goals or ability, you’re one of us. Strava is the social network for athletes. ~

Anyone can upload their physical activities (runs, rides, swims, anything!) to Strava. They can then give and receive ‘kudos’ and comments on other friend’s activities, too.

How do I upload an activity?

Simply go for a ride, track it using your favourite GPS device (ie/ Garmin, FitBit, Suunto, TomTom) or the Strava app and upload it to STRAVA.
Once you’re a member of the RACV EB Strava Club (, your activities will automatically be added to the club’s totals.

Stay safe out there, have fun.

This Week’s Total

This week, RACVEB Strava Club members have clocked up …

Latest Rides

Here’s the latest club activity:

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About the Author:

Nigel Preston is a self-confessed 'HPV Tragic'. After 'catching the bug' from his older brother, he helped launch the RACV Energy Breakthrough program at Eaglehawk SC with his dad and some mates way back in 1998. Having participated in the RACV EB for four years he finished his VCE in 2001 and volunteering to help with the event management straight away. He's been helping out ever since. Nigel has also been a part of teams that have taken line honours at the RACV EB in 2000 & 2001 (Bendigo Senior SC); the Australian International Pedal Prix 2003, 2004 & 2009 (Bendigo Youth Racing).

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