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2017 Season – MTB

Updated on 03 January 2017

OCBC CYCLE NATIONAL RANKING AND POINTS SYSTEM – MOUNTAIN BIKE (MTB)

INTRODUCTION

The Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) is pleased to announce that the OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System for mountain bike events will be introduced for 2017, as part of a strategic objective to enhance the vibrancy of the local events eco-system. Points acquired will count towards a National Ranking by the end of the local racing season.

The OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System are intended to achieve the following:

  1. Increase opportunities for more winners and reasons to celebrate ;
  2. Encourage participation in multiple events in any one local racing season ;
  3. Complement SCF’s existing Athlete Selection Policy and thereby, ensure that the process of athlete selection for overseas competitions and Major Games remains robust and objective.

The OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System for Roadwere reviewed at the end of the 2016 season with enhancements for the 2017 season. These include:

  1. award for highest ranked Singaporean team/club
  2. awards for highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories
  3. presentation of prizes for the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories

Individual Ranking

Individual rankings and points will be awarded in the following 13 categories, except for the Youth Category i.e. for those who are 12 years of age and under AND two (2) categories for the All Mountain and Cyclo-cross categories for both men and women. That is, six (6) categories for men and, five (5) categories for women.

 

Men’s Women’s Mix (Men’s & Women’s) Mix (Boy’s & Girl’s)
(1) Junior A (17 – 18 years) (7) Junior A (17 – 18 years) (12) Cyclo-cross (Equipment: Cyclo-cross Bicycles Only) Youth (12 years and under)**
(2) Junior B (13 – 16 years) (8) Open (19 years and above) (13) All Mountain  (Equipment: Full suspension bicycle with front fork above 130mm in travel)  
(3) Open (19 years and above) (9) Sport (19 years and above)  
(4) Master (35 – 44 years) (10)  Master (35 – 44 years)  
(5) Super Masters (45 – 54 years) (11) Super Masters (45 – 54 years)  
(6) Sport (19 years and above)  

**NO points shall be allocated for the Youth Category

Determining Age

Age is determined by the present year minus the year of birth of the competitor (i.e. 2017 minus 2000 is 17 years).

Award of Ranking Points – Minimum number of individual riders or teams

In the following instances, ranking points will not be accorded:

Individual events                          –   where there are only three (3) or less participants at the start line

*Other Team Events                    – where there are only three (3) or less teams, per event category, at the start line

(*) Note: Cycosports Junglecross Team Event

Points Computation

In the event where we have two, or more, riders vying for the same position with a similar number of points,  the eventual ranking will be based on the greatest number of 1st places on the ranking. Should a tie still occur, it will be based on the greatest number of 2nd places, then 3rd places, etc.Only places for which SCF ranking points are allocated will be taken into consideration.

Resolving Ties

In the event of a tiein the final ranking, the rider with the greatest number of 1st places on the ranking of races in the current year shall take precedence. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved by the greatest number of 2nd places, then 3rd places etc, whatever the rider’s placing.

Team Ranking (Best Team and Best Singaporean Team)

The team rankings shall be obtained by adding the points of the team’s four (4) best placed riders in the individual rankings in the current year. The following Table provides an illustration as to how points will be computed:

 

Best 4 ranked riders of each team Team ABC Team XYZ
1 Mr Tan (total 1 point) Mr Goh (total 1 point)
2 Mrs Tan (total 1 point) Mr Goh (total 3 points)
3 Mr Lee  (total 1 point) Mr Ng (total 16 points)
4 Mrs Lee (total 13 points) Mrs Ng (total 26 points)
Total Team points 16 points 46 points (1st in Team Ranking)

Resolving Ties

Ties between teams shall be resolved by counting up the greatest number of 1st places, 2nd places etc.This will be based on events organised/sanctioned by SCF in the current year and obtained by the team’s four(4) best riders on the individual rankings.

Determining Best Singaporean Team

Best Singaporean team shall be obtained by adding together the points of their four (4)highest ranked riders in the individual ranking in the current year.

Changing/Switching Teams

Riders are permitted to change team names anytime during the season, however no transfer of individual rider points will be permitted to be brought forward to the new team during the season.

Prizes

At the end of the season, SCF shall award prizes to the highest ranked individuals* and team/club, as well as the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s open and highest ranked Singaporean in the women’s open categories and  the highest ranked Singaporean team/club*.  In addition, the SCF may award prizes to riders according to their classification.

Details of the prize presentation award ceremony will be communicated by SCF to all winners after the final event for the season.

NOTE (*)
To qualify as the highest ranked Singaporean  team/club, all top four (4) ranked Singaporean riders from that club must have at least 1 ranking point for the 2017 mountain bike season. In the event of a tie, only 1 prize (or trophy) will be awarded and this will have to be shared.

In the event of a tie in the individual categories, prizes will be presented to all the highest ranked athletes. Highest ranked Singaporean men’s and women’s categories will be also be awarded prizes.

List of Competitions and Points scale

Points awarded for each of the following competitions will be communicated along with the full results at the end of each race.

Position Cycosports Junglecross (1) E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge Cycosports Junglecross (2) E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge Cycosports Junglecross (3) OCBC Cycle National Mountain Bike Championship Cycosports Junglecross Team Event (4) E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge Cycosports Junglecross (5) Cycosports Junglecross (6) E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge
  12 Feb 2017 12  Mar 2017 23 Apr 2017 28 May 2017 9 Jul 2017 23 Jul 2017 13 Aug 2017 3 Sep 2017 24 Sep 2017 12 Nov 2017 19 Nov 2017
  Cross Country
Cross Country
Cross Country
Cross Country
Cross Country
Cross Country** Cross Country Cross Country Cross Country
Cross Country
Cross Country
1 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13
2 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
3 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
4 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
7 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
8 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

** OCBC Cycle National Mountain Bike Championship – no ranking points for Downhill event

Note: The event and dates listed above by E3Sports and Cycosports are tentative and subject to further changes.

2017 Season – Road

Updated on 03 January 2017

OCBC CYCLE NATIONAL RANKING AND POINTS SYSTEM – ROAD

INTRODUCTION

The Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) is pleased to announce that the OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System for Road events will continue in 2017, as part of a strategic objective to enhance the vibrancy of the local events eco-system. Points acquired will count towards a National Ranking by the end of the local racing season.

The OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System are intended to achieve the following:

  1. Increase opportunities for more winners and reasons to celebrate ;
  2. Encourage participation in multiple events in any one local racing season ;
  3. Complement SCF’s existing Athlete Selection Policy and thereby, ensure that the process of athlete selection for overseas competitions and Major Games remains robust and objective.

The OCBC Cycle National Ranking and Points System were reviewed at the end of the 2016 season with enhancements for the 2017 season. These include:

  1. award for highest ranked Singaporean team/club
  2. awards for highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories
  3. presentation of pink jerseys for the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s open categories
  4. the award of points in two regional competitions which Singaporeans and Singapore-based riders regularly participate in viz. Tour De Phuket, Tour De Barelang and Nongsa Challenge.

A similar system is being considered for mountainbike and cyclo-cross events in 2017.

Individual Ranking (Total of 12 ranking categories)

Individual rankings and points will be awarded in the following 10 categories, except for the Youth Category i.e. for those who are 12 years of age and under. That is, seven (7) categories for men and five (5) categories for women.

Men’s Women’s Mix (Boy’s & Girl’s)
(1)    Junior A (17 – 18 years) (8) Junior A (17 – 18 years) Youth (12 years and under)**
(2)    Junior B (13 – 16 years) (9) Open (19 years and above)
(3)    Open (19 years and above) (10) Sport (19 years and above)
(4)    Master (35 – 44 years) (11)  Master (35 – 44 years)
(5)    Super Masters (45 – 54 years) (12) Super Masters (45 – 54 years)
(6)    Veteran (55 years and above)
(7)    Sport (19 years and above)

**NO points shall be allocated for the Youth Category

 

Determining Age

Age is determined by the present year minus the year of birth of the competitor (i.e. 2017 minus 2000 is 17 years).

Award of Ranking Points – Minimum number of individual riders or teams

In the following instances, ranking points will not be accorded:

Individual events                          –   where there are only three (3) or less participants at the start line

Team Time Trial (Duo event)   –    where there are only three (3) or less teams, per event category, at the start line

Team Time Trial (Quad event) –    where there are only three (3) or less teams, per event category, at the start line

*Other Team Events                    – where there are only three (3) or less teams, per event category, at the start line

(*) Note:

(1) IM Event  – Criterium

(2) Pich Event  – OCBC Cycle Speedway Club Championship

Points Computation
In the event where we have two, or more, riders vying for the same position with similar number of points,  the eventual ranking will be based on the greatest number of 1st places on the ranking. Should a tie still occur, it will be based on the greatest number of 2nd places, then 3rd places, etc. Only places for which SCF ranking points are allocated will be taken into consideration.

Resolving Ties
In the event of a tiein the final ranking, the rider with the greatest number of 1st places on the ranking of races in the current year shall take precedence. If there is still a tie, it will be resolved by the greatest number of 2nd places, then 3rd places etc, whatever the rider’s placing.

Team Ranking (Best Team and Best Singaporean Team)

The team rankings shall be obtained by adding together the points of their four (4) best placed riders in the individual rankings in the current year. The following Table provides an illustration as to how points will be computed:

Best 4 ranked riders of each team Team ABC Team XYZ
1 Mr Tan (total 1 point) Mr Goh (total 1 point)
2 Mrs Tan (total 1 point) Mr Goh (total 3 points)
3 Mr Lee  (total 1 point) Mr Ng (total 16 points)
4 Mrs Lee (total 13 points) Mrs Ng (total 26 points)
Total Team points 16 points 46 points (1st in Team Ranking)

 

Resolving Ties

Ties between teams shall be resolved by counting up the greatest number of 1st places, 2nd places etc.This will be based on events organised/sanctioned by SCF in the current year and obtained by the team’s four (4)best riders on the individual rankings.

Determining Best Singaporean Team

The Best Singaporean team shall be obtained by adding together the points of their four(4)highest ranked Singaporean riders in the individual ranking in the current year.

Switching Teams

Riders are permitted to switch to another team. However, the rider may not carry over his accumulated points to the new team during the season.

Change of Team Name

Teams are permitted to change their team name during the season. However, the SCF and the Event Organiser must be kept informed with at least one months’ notice, prior to the race/competition date.

Prizes

At the end of the season, SCF shall award prizes to the highest ranked individuals* and team/club, as well as the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s open and highest ranked Singaporean in the women’s open categories and  thehighest ranked Singaporean team/club*.  In addition, the SCF may award prizes to riders according to their classification and may award a Points Leader’s jersey to both leaders of the individual and team classifications.

Details of the prize presentation award ceremony will be communicated by SCF to all winners after the final event for the season.

NOTE (*)

To qualify as the highest ranked Singaporean  team/club, all top four (4) ranked Singaporean riders from that club must have at least 1 ranking point for the 2017 road series. In the event of a tie, only 1 prize (or trophy) will be awarded and this will have to be shared.

In the event of a tie in the individual categories, yellow jerseys will be presented to all the highest ranked athletes. As for the highest ranked Singaporean in the men’s and women’s categories, pink jerseys will be awarded.

List of Competitions and Points scale

Points awarded for each of the following competitions will be communicated along with the full results at the end of each race.

Position IM Criterium Tour de Phuket  OCBC Cycle Road Team Time Trial OCBC Cycle  National Road Championship Tour De Barelang OCBC Cycle National Road Championship OCBC Cycle Speedway Club & SEA Championship Nongsa Challenge
  5 Feb 2017 17 to 19  Mar 2017 26 Mar 2017 7 May 2017 13 May 2017 21 May 2017 1 July 2017 27 Aug 2017
  -Individual points -Points for final general classification -Team Time Trial

-Points per rider counting for individual ranking

-Criterium

-Individual points

-Individual points -Individual Time Trial

-Individual points

-Team event

-Points per rider counting for the individual ranking

-Individual points
1 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 (Finals) 13
2 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 (Finals) 11
3 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (Finals) 9
4 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 (Finals) 7
5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 Fastest team from remaining non-finalists 6
6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Fastest team from remaining non-finalists 5
7 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 (Qualifiers) 4
8 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 (Qualifiers) 3
9 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 (Qualifiers) 2
10 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 (Qualifiers) 1

 

Additional Notes

IM Criterium – 5 February 2017

The team events would require four (4) Men or four (4) Women to form a team. Each of the four (4) riders must indicate at the point of registration which of the following twelve (12) ranking categories he/she wishes for ranking points to be counted towards. i.e.

  1. Men’s Junior A
  2. Men’s Junior B
  3. Women’s Junior A
  4. Men’s Open
  5. Women’s Open
  6. Men’s Master
  7. Men’s Super-Masters
  8. Men’s Veteran
  9. Men’s Sport
  10. Women’s Sport
  11. Women’s Master
  12. Women’s Super-Masters

All four (4) riders of the Top 10 teams will be allocated ranking points according to their prior declared category.

Tour de Phuket 17 to 19 March 2017 AND
Tour De Barelang 13 May 2017 AND
Nongsa Challenge 27 Aug 2017

The Tour De Phuket, Tour De Barelang and Nongsa Challenge will each have three(3) sign up categories (i.e. Cat 1, Cat 2, Cat 3), where riders would have a choice to ride in any of the three (3) categories.

The total fastest time would be used to compute SCF’s ranking points across all of the following twelve (12) ranking categories:

  1. Men’s Junior A
  2. Men’s Junior B
  3. Women’s Junior A
  4. Men’s Open
  5. Women’s Open
  6. Men’s Master
  7. Men’s Super-Masters
  8. Men’s Veteran
  9. Men’s Sport
  10. Women’s Sport
  11. Women’s Master
  12. Women’s Super-Masters

However, riders must indicate at the point of event race registration which of the twelve (12) ranking categories riders he/she wishes for SCF ranking points to be counted towards.

OCBC Cycle Team Time Trial – 26 March 2017

The Team Time Trial will require four (4) riders to start and three (3) riders to finish. Top 10 ranking points will be awarded and the same points would be given to all four (4) riders of the same team.

Points will be awarded for the following twelve (12) ranking categories:

  1. Men’s Junior A
  2. Men’s Junior B
  3. Women’s Junior A
  4. Men’s Open
  5. Women’s Open
  6. Men’s Master
  7. Men’s Super-Masters
  8. Men’s Veteran
  9. Men’s Sport
  10. Women’s Sport
  11. Women’s Master
  12. Women’s Super-Masters

In an event that a rider participates in two or more categories, only the higher points achieved from one category would be used when tabulating overall individual points.

All riders must indicate, at the point of registration, which of the twelve (12) ranking categories he/she wishes for ranking points to be counted towards.

OCBC Cycle Speedway Championship – 1 July 2017

There are two categories in the OCBC Cycle Speedway Championship:

  1. The Club Championship whereby registration is on a first come first serve basis. The National rankings of the riders, based on the records of SCF, will have a bearing on the final selection into the Club Championship. The decision of the OCBC Cycle Speedway Championship Organising Committee (OCBC Bank/PICH event Management Company) will be final.
  2. The SEAsian Championship is a by invitation only event for all SEAsian National Federations.

The OCBC Cycle Speedway Championship’s minimum age is 19 years and above, no ranking points will be allocated for Junior A (17 – 18 years) and Junior B (13 – 16 years).

Points will be awarded for the following nine (9) ranking categories:

  1. Men’s Open
  2. Women’s Open
  3. Men’s Master
  4. Men’s Super-Masters
  5. Men’s Veteran
  6. Men’s Sport
  7. Women’s Sport
  8. Women’s Master
  9. Women’s Super-Masters

All riders must indicate, at the point of registration, which of the nine (9) ranking categories he/she wishes for ranking points to be counted towards.

For both the SEA and Club Championship events, each of the individual riders in the top six (6) teams will qualify for points (i.e. for a first placed team, 13 points each will be awarded for all riders in the same team, including the reserve rider).

In the event that a rider participates in both the Club and SEA Championship, only the higher points achieved from either the Club or SEA Championship (not both points) would be used when tabulating overall individual points.

Open Invitation to Singapore Cycle Safe Ambassador Course (L1 & 2)

 

SINGAPORE CYCLE SAFE AMBASSADOR COURSE (LEVEL 1 & 2)

 

  1. The Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) invites all cyclists and cycling enthusiasts to participate in the Singapore Cycle Safe Ambassador Course (a one day course from 9am to 4pm). This course is supported by the People’s Association’s Community Sports Club and interested participants are not required to pay a course fee.
  1. A total of eight (8) course dates have been scheduled and these would be as follows,
2016 2017
13 Nov * 7 Jan
20 Nov * 14 Jan
26 Nov 11 Feb
3 Dec 18 Feb

*Note: training venue is confirmed at Sembawang Community Club on 13 and 20 Nov 2016

The Level 1 & 2 Ambassador course will include theory and practical elements focusing on the following topics:

  • Introduction to Risk Assessment and Management (i.e. Cycling equipment, Cyclists, Cycling Environment, Cycling activity)
  • How to make a presentation on safe cycling
  • Understanding the safe cycling components necessary for cycling within the Park Connector Networks
  1. If you are a cycling enthusiast, community sports leader, teacher or parent, you will find this course highly relevant. By the end of the day-long course, you would have picked up safe cycling skills and knowledge which you can either apply or actively advocate to your family, neighbours, students or cycling ‘kakis.’
  1. On successfully completing the one-day course, you will, as a SAFE CYCLE AMBASSADOR, be able to promote safe cycling awareness to the public in your neighbourhood and surrounding park connector network and at events organised by the People’s Association and the SCF.
  1. We will be able to accommodate a maximum of 25 participants per course date and this will strictly be on a first-come-first served basis. On a related matter, while we will be able to loan you a bicycle and helmet for use during the course, please remember to be appropriately attired in sports gear and covered sports shoes.
  1. If you are keen to sign up for this course, please provide us with your:
    • full name
    • contact number and email address
    • preferred course date

either via email to admin@cycling.org.sg or call 67846621 or private message at https://www.facebook.com/singaporecyclingfederation/.

This course is supported by

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Membership Registration Early Bird Discount

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Register / Renew now for the SCF Membership and enjoy a discount of more than 10%.

At $75.00, we will package both SCF Membership and more importantly, coverage for Personal Accident and Personal Liability on a worldwide basis for all activities sanctioned or organised by SCF. This is an “early-bird” rate and we hope to secure your membership/ race licensing renewal by 30 November 2016. We would then process all applications and have your membership and/or race license ready by the 1st week of January 2017, in time for the first race of the 2017 season.

Registration / Renewals received after 30 November 2016 will be at $85.00

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We want to thank you!

Dear Friends and Supporters,

THANK YOU!

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The Singapore Cycling Federation (SCF) wishes to thank each and every one of you for making 2016 a highly successful year for the cycling community in Singapore!

From a membership base of 58 in February 2016, we now have a total of 707 individual members. Your overwhelming support has not gone un-noticed by Sport Singapore, the People’s Association, Governmental agencies, sponsors and private corporations. We are encouraged by the success of 2016 and we want to make 2017 an even more successful year. For a start, we have set ourselves the goal of securing 1,000 individual members. Our members can look forward to an even more vibrant calendar of local events as well as opportunities for competency and skills development.

We pledge to organise the National Championships and other SCF organised competitions in 2017, including

  • A Team Time Trial (Road) on 19 Mar 26 Mar
  • A National Road Championship on 7 and 21 May
  • A mini BMX and MTB Challenge, in conjunction with the (SNOC) Youth Olympic Festival on 15 or 16 Jul
  • A National MTB Championship on 23 Jul
  • A National BikeTrials Championship in Aug
  • A National Cyclocross Championship in Sep or Nov

Concurrently, we will also be supporting and sanctioning events organised by locally-based event management companies (EMCs). We are already in advanced discussions with the EMCs and the cycling community in Singapore can look forward to the following in 2017:

  • IMEvents Nanyang Hill Criterium – in Jan 5 Feb
  • 3rd Annual Singapore Cyclocross – 8 Jan
  • Cycosports Junglecross ( I ) – 22 Jan
  • E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge ( I ) – 12 Mar
  • Cycosports Junglecross ( II ) – 23 Apr
  • E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge ( II ) – 28 May
  • Cycosports Junglecross ( III ) – 4 Jun
  • OCBC Cycle Speedway Club and SEA Championship – 1 and 2 Jul
  • Cycosports Junglecross (Team Event) – 13 Aug
  • 3Sports MTB Performace Challenge (III) – 3 Sep
  • Cycosports Junglecross ( IV ) – 10 Sep
  • Cycosports Junglecross ( V ) – 12 Nov
  • E3Sports MTB Performance Challenge (IV) – 19 Nov

We have worked with our local EMCs to organise our National Championship series and local races around popular regional races so that there are as little clashes of events as possible.

  • Tour de Bintan – 3 to 5 Mar
  • Tour de Phuket – 24 to 26 Mar 17 – 19 Mar
  • Tour of Friendship – 29 Apr to 3 May (Bangkok)
  • Tour de Barelang Gran Fondo – 13 and 14 May

Please continue to support us in 2017 and let us all work towards a collective goal of 1,000 members. Towards this end, we are happy to announce that we have managed to successfully negotiate with an insurance company for an improved and reduced rate for insurance coverage on a year-long calendar basis. At $75.00, we will package both SCF Membership and more importantly, coverage for Personal Accident and Personal Liability on a worldwide basis for all activities sanctioned or organised by SCF. This is an “early-bird” rate and we hope to secure your membership/ race licensing renewal by 30 November 2016. We would then process all applications and have your membership and/or race license ready by the 1st week of January 2017, in time for the first race of the 2017 season. Unfortunately, we will have to charge you $85.00 for all applications received after 30 November 2016 to cover the costs of additional back-end administrative tie-ups.

Again, thank you for supporting the SCF in 2016 and let’s make 2017 even more successful!

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Selection Trials – Road Cycling

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We are looking to expand our National Team in the discipline of Road Racing.  If you have what it takes then do join us in our quest for glory.

Benefits

  • Represent Singapore in major sporting events; i.e. Olympics, Commonwealth, Asian, SEA
  • Personal glorification
  • Specialised and comprehensive weekly training sessions by our panel of certified coaches
  • Overseas competition and trainings expenses will be covered

Pre-requisites

  • Singapore Citizen
  • Born in 1999 or earlier
  • Doctor’s medical clearance required for above 35 years old
  • One year commitment to the following:
    •     train at least 15 hours per week attend weekly centralised trainings
    •     commit for two overseas competition per year (approximately 5 days in duration each)
    •     commit for three overseas training camp per year (approximately 14 days in duration each)
  • Achieved top 5 placing in any regional road cycling competition within the last 6 months
  • A road bicycle and helmet
  • Available to attend Selection Trials power profile during the period of 14 Nov to 24 Nov 2016

Download and complete the application form

Application for Selection Trials Road Cycling

and submit it to admin@cycling.org.sg  by 31 October 2016.  As trial slots are limited, you are advised to submit your applications early to avoid disappointments.

Confirmation details will be provided to successful applicants by SCF.