This year, Make It Stick is a bigger party than ever before. For nearly a decade now, Keen Technical Solutions has trucked in drums, speakers, and a party atmosphere to the top of one of the Bell’s Iceman Cometh Challenge toughest climbs. While Make It Stick may not be Alpe d’Huez, it comes just as the legs start to tire and big things start to happen in the fight for a top spot for both age group racers and the pros.
Make It Stick…and Win!
We’re partnering with the Iceman crew to make it count when you Make It Stick. This year, we’ll find the fastest amateur Strava time for the segment and reward the top men’s and women’s time with some cool prizes. Make sure you post your ride by Sunday, November 7, and if you have the fastest ascent of Make It Stick, you could win:
- A coupon for Bell’s Iceman Cometh merchandise
- KEEN logo gear
- And a free entry for the 2022 event
Current Top Times
That’s a lot of motivation, but you’re going to need it to be in the mix. At the moment, the top time is a tie between Pro class rider Jorden Wakeley and 2019 champ Alexey Vermeulen, with 47 seconds. It’s worth noting that the fastest time on an actual race day comes from Spencer Paxson all the way back in 2016. That’s the same year the fastest women’s time was set by Kaitlyn Vanias, when she posted a 1:03, three seconds faster than Chloe Woodrufff on the day.
About Keen Technical Solutions
Our company is dedicated to finding energy efficiency solutions that will save businesses money and save the planet, too. We work in HVAC, insulation, sustainable development, energy-efficient cultivation, and any industry to build more sustainable practices and facilities. From cannabis cultivation to industrial microgrids, as well as simply sourcing efficient light fixtures, we provide energy solutions that make a difference.