Garmin e-Challenge - OCBC Cycle

Garmin e-Challenge

Minimum age to participate: 13 years old

Get a taste of E-sports with the Garmin e-Challenge!

Sign up for the Garmin e-Challenge with a buddy to compete as a pair in a 10-minute sprint.

Ride on the bicycles we have prepared on-site for you and go on an all-out sprint. Clock the maximum distance your team mate and you can muster in 10 minutes and see where your combined distance rank on our leader board. This e-Challenge will take place on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th May.

Each cyclist in the top three pairs with the longest combined distance for each day will receive a Hydro Flask® trophy. Each cyclist in the top three pairs with the longest combined distance across both days will receive a Garmin Forerunner 45 GPS running smartwatch (worth $299) and vouchers worth up to $50.

Activity Date/Time Online Registration
(8 January 2020 – 17 April 2020)

Garmin e-Challenge

8 – 9 May 2020,
11:00am – 8:00pm
$20
per pair

Note: Participants for the Garmin e-Challenge are not entitled to any discounts, promotions and are not eligible for the Tourism and Events Queensland early bird lucky draw and the Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore lucky draw.

Garmin e-Challenge format:

  • Garmin e-Challenge is a 2-cyclist relay challenge where cyclists compete on a selected virtual section of The Sportive Ride’s route.
  • Up to 54 teams (teams of 2) will compete on each day.
  • Each team will be allocated 10 minutes to clock their longest distance on the trainer.
  • Team members will take turns to clock their longest distance on their respective trainers.
  • At the start of the 10 minutes, the first rider has 5 minutes to ride his/her longest distance.
  • At the end of 5 minutes, the first rider is required to hand over to the second rider at the changeover zone and the second rider will begin his/her attempt on the trainer for the remaining duration of the session.
  • The duration of the changeover is included within the allocated 10 minutes.
  • At the end of the 10 minutes, the two distances clocked by both cyclists will be added to form the team’s combined distance.
  • Teams will be ranked based on the combined distance. In the event of a tie, teams will be ranked by the following criteria, in order of importance:
    1. Highest Average Speed
    2. Highest Maximum Speed
  • Prizes are given out to the following:
    1. Top 3 teams of Day 1
    2. Top 3 teams of Day 2
    3. Overall top 3 teams across Day 1 and 2