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For the month of October we have a new free challenge to keep you all active, with those who achieve the target being entered into a draw for some Siul Eile prizes!!
The challenge is to complete 100km in the month of October, all those that complete the challenge will be entered into a draw for some guided Siul Eile walks and Siul Eile merchandise
What you need to do is:
If you haven’t walked with Siul Eile before, register for free at https://siuleile.com/register
Download the Strava App and use this to record your walking activities. The app is very simple to use. Press record when you start walking and stop at the end. Then press finish to confirm you are finished and save. o
Once you have downloaded the app onto your phone, search Siul Eile under clubs and join. You might have to search via the explore button at the bottom of your page. If you can’t find Siul Eile immediately search in the clubs section: Select Siul Eile for club name, Tipperary for Location, in the next tab select Other and finally Club Type select All. Any activity you then do will be attributed to the Siul Eile Strava club. Every km counts so please record all walks.
Make your account private. In your profile settings, go to the privacy controls. Here you can set your profile page, activities etc to be visible only to the people who follow you. Please select for the following
Profile Page Followers
Group Activities Followers
Flybys No one
Privacy Zones Select add (+), enter your address, size of radius and save
Metro & Heatmap Your choice
By selecting the above, people you do not know cannot follow you and see your activities. They must request permission to follow you. Privacy Zones allows you set up a 1km privacy zone around your house. That means the people who you have allowed to follow you, will not see where your activity has started or finished (They will not know where you live!). This can be an important function for most.
Remember , the sole purpose of this event is to encourage us all to be more physically active.