Speedway Championships - OCBC Cycle

OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship

Category Date/Time Registration Fee (SGD)

OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship
(10 laps X 1km course)

9 May 2020,
9:55am – 3:05pm
$260
(Capped at 15 teams)

Four cyclists in each team ride a total of 10 laps in pairs around a flat one kilometre course along Stadium Drive. Two cyclists first ride five laps before handing over to the other two cyclists to complete the remaining five laps.

As this is a highly technical and fast race, clubs are to ensure that cyclists who are chosen to race possess the ability and skills required to compete proficiently.

Race format: 10 laps over 1km course

  • First pair of cyclists in the team to complete five laps before the second pair of cyclists take off to ride the remaining five laps. The team timing stops only when the last cyclist crosses the finishing line.
  • There are three rounds of races – Qualifying round, Semi-Finals and Finals.
  • The 15 teams are divided into three groups in the Qualifying round.
  • The top two teams from each group will proceed to the Semi-Finals. From the remaining teams across the groups, two teams with the best timings move on to the Semi-Finals. There are a total of eight teams in the Semi-Finals. These eight teams race against one another in two rounds of Semi-Finals.
  • The top two teams in the Semi-Finals proceed to the Finals. The team with the best timing among the remaining teams in both groups move on to race in the Finals.
  • A total of five teams compete for the crown as the OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Champion.
  • Timing is calculated based on the average finish time of the third and fourth rider.
  • Ranking of the teams in each round is based on the time taken by the teams to complete the race.
  • This race is based on an elimination format. All teams get a chance to progress through the format to compete in the finals. Refer to the chart below for more details:

OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship Progression Chart

Notes

  • Teams can indicate their interest using the reservation form.
  • Teams are to ensure that cyclists who are chosen to race possess the ability and skills required to compete proficiently.
  • No event apparel will be provided for this category. Teams are encouraged to come in their team jerseys.

Discounts

10% off


All OCBC card members get 10% discount off registration fees.

Click here for further information on registration discounts.


OCBC Cycle Speedway Women’s Championship – Sold Out

Category Date/Time Registration Fee (SGD)

OCBC Cycle Speedway Women’s Championship
(10 laps X 1km course)

9 May 2020,
8:40am – 9:15am
$260
(Capped at 5 teams)

Race format: 10 laps over 1km course

  • First pair of cyclists in the team must each complete five laps before the second pair of cyclists take off to ride the remaining five laps. The team timing stops only when the last cyclist crosses the finishing line.
  • There is only one round of racing.
  • A minimum of four teams is required to compete in the OCBC Cycle Speedway Women’s Championship.
  • Each team’s timing is calculated based on the average finish time of the third and fourth rider.
  • The ranking of the teams is based on the time taken by the teams to complete the race.

OCBC Cycle Speedway Women’s Championship Progression Chart

Notes

  • Teams can indicate their interest using the reservation form.
  • Teams are to ensure that cyclists who are chosen to race possess the ability and skills required to compete proficiently.
  • No event apparel will be provided for this category. Teams are encouraged to come in their team jerseys.

Discounts

10% off


All OCBC card members get 10% discount off registration fees.

Click here for further information on registration discounts.


OCBC Cycle Speedway Corporate Championship

Category Date/Time Registration Fee (SGD)

OCBC Cycle Speedway Corporate Championship
(10 laps X 1km course)

9 May 2020,
6:30am – 9:50am
$260
(Capped at 8 teams)

Experience the same race route as the professional cyclists from Southeast Asia’s national teams. Corporate teams will pit themselves against each other to vie for the title of OCBC Cycle Speedway Corporate Champion.

Companies sign up a team of four employees to ride in a team relay format. Each pair in the team cycles five laps on a one kilometre track. The first two cyclists ride five laps before handing over to the second pair who will finish the remaining five laps.

This race is based on an elimination format. All teams will get a chance to progress through the format to compete in the finals. Refer to the chart below for more details:

OCBC Cycle Speedway Corporate Championship Progression Chart