You need to ride a minimum of 5 km in a day for your day’s ride to count.
Submit your ride data within 10 days on website/app. Auto-import supported from Strava, Garmin, GoogleFit and MapMyRide.
All submitted activity links must be public with distance, time, splits and pace publicly visible for entire ride.
The 2023 edition of Tour De 100 starts on 9th September 2023 and finishes on 17th December 2023.
Registrations for the 2023 edition of Tour De 100 will start on 1st June 2023.
Only online registrations are possible. You can register on the register page starting 1st June 2023.
Indian residents can pay through credit card/debit card/netbanking or using multiple wallets like PayU, PayTM, or Ola Money.
Applicants residing outside India can pay using a credit card.
Registrations can be done individually, or in bulk as a group, with some additional benefits for group members (a minimum of 10 participants is required to be eligible for group registration).
Yes, bulk registrations for group members is possible, if the group size is 10 participants or more. Registering as a group has additional benefits like discounted group registration cost.
To register as a group, the group leader or representative will be required to do the full payment online for the entire group. Once that is done, within an hour, the group leader will receive an email with a list of 100% discount codes for each member. The group leader will then be required to share the codes with his or her group members who can then create their login (if not already existing) and complete the registration process using the 100% discount code.
Group registrations are non-refundable.
You will receive an email from us with your booking id, and details of your payment.
There are no offline or physical registrations for the event. Only online registrations are allowed.
Details of registration fees are available at register page.
Following items are included with your registration fee:
Participants registering as a group using group registration form (which is different from the individual registration form) will get a discounted registration price.
Participants must be at least 15 years of age as of event start date, i.e. 1st June 2023.
There is no upper age limit for taking part in the event.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct details and we will update it.
Registration is non-transferable. Participants can request for a cancellation of their registration, and receive refund subject to the following conditions:
Participants are eligible for refund within 7 days (including the day of registration) of registering for the event. Example, if you registered on Sep 12th, then you request refund latest by Sep 18th.
No refund requests will be entertained post the 7 day period after registering
Processing fees of Rs. 100 will be deducted from the refund amount, rest of the registration amount will be refunded in full.
To request for refund, send an email to email@example.com, with your registration details.
Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your registration – date of registration, name and your email id and we will follow up to ensure the problem is tracked and closed.
No, there is no prize money for the event. However, we will be providing finisher certificates and scorecard to all participants which will list your overall rank in your cycling group, company, city, etc.
All finishers (min. 2500 points) will get medal
The data validation effort is community driven. Event participants can flag/report any bad data submitted by another participant via the Reports tab on their participant dashboard, and our team will analyze that and take appropriate action as needed.
Yes, you most definitely can. If you are following a training plan, train as per that plan. Take your rest days off.
Doing Tour de 100 while training for a longer distance Brevet event is the perfect option to build consistency, train regularly, and have a great ride on the race day.
You are required to ride at least 5 km (3.1 miles) in a single ride. Riding everyday is not a requirement. You must pay close attention to your body and listen for any signs of problems, and stop if needed. There are no winners in this event for the maximum distance covered. Ride a distance which you are comfortable with. Ride slow if you must, that’s okay with us.
Always ride wearing a helmet for your safety.
The top 5 groups will each win a trophy for their achievement. There will also be a trophy for the age-winning categories- one male and one female for each age category will get their own trophy.
Please go through the steps on our new users page to understand the process of submitting your daily ride data. Ride data may be submitted manually on event website or mobile app, or you can setup an automatic sync from supported activity tracking apps.
We currently only support automatic import of your ride data from your Strava, Garmin, GoogleFit or MapMyRide account, if you have connected it to your Tour de 100 or HDOR account. For any other ride apps (like Wahoo Fitness, Runkeeper, TomTom Sports, etc), you will be required to manually submit the run data via a public GPS activity link of your ride (unless you have setup automatic sync of your app ride data to your Strava account), which must have the following details of your ride:
– Km/mile splits or speed charts,
– Publicly visible to everyone
If your submitted link does not meet these conditions, the data will not be considered valid and will be rejected/removed.
In the Tour de 100 data submission system, we require participants to submit a public GPS activity link for all their ride activities. So what is it? Read this article to find out.
For each ride data submission, you will be required to specify a public GPS activity link for that ride, which is available when you ride using the common GPS based cycling apps like Strava, Wahoo Fitness, Map My Ride, etc. Any public GPS activity link submitted must meet the following criteria:
– It must have ‘speed’ information for the ride
– It must have ride ‘distance’
– Km/mile ‘splits’ (or speed chart over entire distance) must be available
– Activity link data should be publicly visible to everyone, i.e. it should not be private
– It should be of a minimum distance of 5 km
Make sure to verify before you register that the cycling app you are planning to use meets the above requirements and provides you with the public GPS activity link which you need to submit for every ride.
Data from indoor bike trainers will also be acceptable as long as they have the above information and shared as an activity link.
We DO NOT accept screenshots from your phone app etc as valid forms of ride data proof.
Users must enter the ride data for a specific day within 10 days of that date. For example: if the ride was on Nov 20th, then the participant can submit data for that date latest by Nov 19th, and no later. This allowance is given to handle things like travel, etc, which might lead to delayed entry of data. No exceptions to this rule will be allowed.
If you are involved in work which involves remaining away for long periods where it is not possible to submit data within 10 days, no exception will be given for late data entry.
The website will have your participant dashboard page where participants will be able to see all their submitted ride details, as well as ride data for other event participants.
You will be able to edit the manually filled-in data for the relevant date again, with the right information, within a 10 day window. For example, for a ride data for Dec 5th, you can edit the data latest by Dec 14th, and no later.
Any auto-imported ride-data from your connected account cannot be edited by the participants. If the participant feels that any one of their auto-imported ride-data isn’t correct, the participant will first be required to delete that ride-data from the Tour de 100 account after logging-in and then manually enter correct data within the prescribed time limit. Again, needless to say, you will be able to do this within the 10-days window. For example, if there was issue with your Strava imported data for Dec 5th, then you can delete and manually reenter the data latest by Dec 14th, and no later.
Yes. When submitting ride data for a day you will be required to specify a public GPS activity link for that ride.
No data submission will be allowed without a public GPS activity link.
The minimum distance which has to be submitted is 5 km. No distance less than 5 km will be accepted in the system.
Every submitted activity link should be public so that anyone can open and thus view your ride-data, without the need for any special access, at the most by logging in to their own app account for the app using which the ride data was submitted.
Ride data older than 10 days cannot be submitted as per event rules.
Read this article to understand how to sync your app ride data to Strava.
Read the new users article to understand how to connect your Tour de 100 account with Strava or Garmin.
Read this article to see our recommendations on the apps to use to submit your daily ride data.
Read this article to understand how to submit your activity data from the Garmin app/account to Tour de 100. We also support auto import of your Garmin ride data to your Tour De 100 account.
Read this article to understand how to flag/report bad ride data submitted by other participants.
If you use Strava for your rides (or your daily ride data is available in Strava via an export from your regular cycling app or GPS watch), and you have connected your Tour de 100 account with your Strava account, then our daily Strava ride data import process will import your data for multiple rides into your Tour de 100 account within 24 hours of the ride.
If your ride data is on another app (not Strava), then one option is to create a Strava account and transfer your ride data from your existing cycling app account to your Strava account (which should be connected to your Tour de 100 account). Read this article for more details.
Alternatively, you can manually submit the data for the multiple rides in the day one by one using the submit form on your participant dashboard.
Automatic Strava or Garmin import system is a convenience which we bring to our participants so that they are not required to manually submit their daily ride data. At times, due to connectivity issues, or because the participant’s rides were not made public in their Strava or Garmin account, or for any other unforeseen issue, the system may not import the participant ride data.
It will be participants responsibility to ensure that their data submission is up to date. If the daily Strava or Garmin import process did not import their ride within 24 hours of the actual ride time, participants must submit the ride data manually within the 10 day window, inclusive of the date of the ride.
As per the event rules, the ride data for any given date must be submitted by the participant within a 10 day window, inclusive of the date of the ride. For example, if the ride date was Nov 21st, then the user must submit the data latest by Nov 30th.
Any requests for data submission outside the 10 day window will not be entertained.
Anywhere, as per your route of choice. On a road near your home, ride to work, this is completely your choice. Don’t forget to wear your helmet and take all due precautions on the road.
Do however note that for all rides it is mandatory to submit a public GPS activity link from a cycling app for the same as proof.
Missing a day would mean you miss that day, and it cannot be compensated by riding twice the next day. Don’t stop your Tour de 100 riding streak if you do miss a few days here or there due to an unavoidable situation, like injury, or travel. Of course, with injuries, you have to take precaution before restarting, and advice of doctor as necessary.
Missing a few days here and there does not disqualify you from Tour de 100.
You can ride multiple times during a day but only the longest ride of the day will be considered for the event.
For rides longer than 50 km, if the difference between the stop time of first ride and start time of second ride is less than 30min, the system will combine them into one and map with relevant challenges.
|1 Jun - 4 Jun
|5 Jun-31 Jul
|1 Aug onwards
|9 Sept - 17 Dec
|Participant T-shirt dispatch complete*
|Last day to submit data
|Final result published
|Medal dispatch completion
The Organizing Team reserves the right to consider all facts and circumstances, including repeat offenses, and apply penalties as appropriate in its sole discretion which may include removal of participant data for specific event dates, disqualification from official results and reports, suspension from future events.
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