Ride 10000 km in 2020

Ride 10000 KM in 2020

Setting up a fitness goal is your first step towards achieving it.

Inviting all cyclists to ride 10000 km in the year 2020. Build up your fitness levels over the year with your consistency as you target your goal.

You need to ride about 27.5 km everyday (or say 55km every alternate day) to achieve 10000 km in the year, a very challenging target indeed.

To complete this challenge, you are required to ride 10000 km during the calendar year 2020 (Jan 1st to Dec 31st).

Ride 10000 KM in 2020 is part of our HDOR 2020 Distance Challenges.

How Do I Participate?

Take on the challenge

Make a note of how many km you need to average on a daily or weekly basis to achieve finisher status.

Ride during the year

Ride your selected distance anytime between Jan 1st to Dec 31st to meet the finisher criteria for the event.

Ride anywhere, anytime

Being a virtual event, you are free to ride where you want, when you want without being bound by any time restrictions.

Submit your ride data

Submit your ride data on event website or app, compare your results with other participants. We can import your ride data automatically!

Event Highlights

Register for HDOR Distance Challenges and get the following benefits.

  • Automatic ride data import using Strava and other apps
  • Freedom to choose your ride route and time
  • Leaderboard which shows your rank in your group, city, organization, country
  • Mobile app access for event info and reports
  • Digital finisher certificate showcasing your achievement
  • Beautiful finisher medal

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Colored Finisher Medal

For the first time, we are going to have a beautiful colored finisher medal for participants. Make it yours, now!

Leaderboard & Reports

Once you have registered for the event, you will be able to download the official HDOR app from the Google Play Store and view your event stats for your submitted rides.

Check your rank against other participants as well as check out the podium place finishers in each age category.

You will also be able to view all the reports and leaderboards using your HDOR login account on your laptop or computer.

Use Your Favorite Apps

Being a virtual event, participants need to submit their ride details online using any of the multiple apps we support.

You can record and submit your ride using Strava, Endomondo, MapMyRun, Runkeeper, Garmin Connect, TomTom Sports, Fitbit or Apple Watch, in fact any other mobile app which supports sharing your ride data as a public GPS activity link.

We also support automatic data import from Strava. If you use any other mobile app or device which can export app data to your Strava account, manual data submit is not required.

Finisher Criteria

To be classified as a finisher, you are required to ride the target event distance of 2020 km within the calendar year starting from Jan 1st and ending Dec 31st.

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Entry + Medal

Rs 999 / US$ 39
  • Entry into the event

  • Website and mobile app tracking

  • Access to leaderboard and reports

  • Automatic data import from Strava

  • Personalized finisher certificate

  • Special finisher medal

  • Free global shipping for medal

Rules & FAQs

Have any questions in mind about this event? Check out our Rules and FAQ below.

When do registrations end?

Event registration for HDOR distance challenges do not have any cutoff date.

You can register anytime and start your challenge (all challenges will commence Jan 1st onwards). All challenges are limited to a calendar year. Earlier you register for the challenge, better will be your chances to complete it before the end of the year.

Can I register for multiple distance challenges?

Yes, participants may register for multiple distance challenges.

For example you may register for the 200KM and 300KM distance challenges together and try to complete both in the same year.

You may also register for some distance challenges which may be completed within the calendar year, like the 100KM Challenge, as well as other themed challenges like Kargil to Kanyakumari which may be completed as per the individual challenge timelines.

How do I login to my account?

Participants need to login to the HDOR website using their communicated login credentials.

No new accounts will be created for pre-existing HDOR participants, they can use their existing HDOR accounts for data submission if they registered for the event using the same email address as their HDOR account.

By when do I need to complete the distance challenge?

All challenges must be completed within the same calendar year (starting Jan 1st and ending Dec 31st).

How do I record and submit my ride data?

Data submission: You can submit your ride data directly on our website or HDOR app after logging in to your account with your credentials. You will need to submit your ride distance, time as well as an activity link if the ride distance exceeds 3 km.

Activity Link: Activity link is a URL or website link which has details of your recorded run activity, including date, time, distance, splits, pace, etc (see this for details). You can find and share or copy activity links from your running app or from the website for the app or GPS watch. You should ensure that all your activity links are public so that other event participants and event admin can view your activity data.

Manual entries: Actitivies without any data proof, not recorded using any mobile app or GPS device may only be submitted for our Challenge Series events, subject to a maximum distance of 3 km for a day. This can be done using our website or app after logging in. No manual entry will be considered for any Virtual Run Series events.

Cycling apps to use: For any data submission for distance exceeding 3 km, participants must ride using a supported GPS cycling app (refer to supported apps article for details), or a GPS watch. Not all cycling apps provide a public activity link and hence may not be used if that is the case.

Automatic ride data import: We support automatic import of your ride app data if you have connected your HDOR account with your Strava account from the Connected Apps section on website. If you do not use Strava app, many apps, GPS watches and websites allow exporting recorded activity to Strava, something you can explore and consider if you do not want to manually submit each ride data.

Multiple rides in day: Are allowed, and each have to be submitted separately. They will be counted towards your mileage for any of the annual distance based challenges.

Combining GPS activities using tools: All submitted rides must be a single recorded GPS activity. Multiple activities are not allowed to be combined into one activity using online tools and then submitted.

Public race data submission: You can also submit link to your finish timing from any public organized races (like Mumbai Marathon, etc) which use timing chip and have your event results online on a unique page with a unique URL or link. You can submit this using the manual entry data submission process.

Two rides for one event: For a ride to be considered towards 100 km, 200 km, 300 km and 400 km challenge events, it should be done in one go and recorded as a single ride activity. Example recording 75 km and 25 km as two different rides in the day will not count towards a 100 km ride as part of the 100 km challenge event. For other distance challenges there are no such restrictions.

Treadmill runs: Treadmill runs recorded using GPS watches or apps and for which you have a public activity link which shows distance, time, pace, and splits will be acceptable for submission.

When will my Strava ride data be imported?

Your ride will be available on our website within an hour of your ride data submission or post availability in your Strava account if you have connected your HDOR account to Strava.

If your ride data is not available in your account within one hour, please submit the activity link and ride data manually via app or website.

Can my ride be disqualified?

Event organizers can reject any entry which has suspect GPS data (straight line outside normal run route, unrealistic high speed like speed exceeding 60 km/hour at any time during ride, etc)

Event organizers have the right to take any decisions for disqualifying a participant if the participant is considered to have taken any external help in riding the distance (like using a motorcycle or any other vehicle) or cheated in any way.

How do I qualify for the finishers medal?

Only participants who achieve the overall target distance or number of rides of specific distance as per the distance challenge finisher criteria, within the defined challenge timeline will be awarded the finishers medal.

When will I receive the finishers medal?

Finishers medals will be delivered to participants within one month of them completing the challenge.

If for example a participant completes a particular challenge by say May 1st, the medal will be delivered latest by June 1st.

If a participant completes a particular challenge by say Dec 31st (last event date), the medal will be delivered latest by Jan 31st of next year.

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