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Team and Individual statistics and standings

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Team Name Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden GOGO Points Earned

Happy GO Luckies

Rider Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden

G2W (GOing to Win)

Rider Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden

Blaising NO Saddles

Rider Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden


Rider Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden

Baum Squad

Rider Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden

Details and rules of September Team Challenge


Teams compete in three categories: distance, elevation gain, and days ridden.

  • distance is total mileage among all your team members.
  • elevation gain is the total elevation gain among all your team members.
  • days ridden is the sum of each team member’s total number of days in September on which they rode at least one mile. Thus, the maximum “days ridden” score per team member is 30. Note: a ride is credited to the day on which it starts (local time). Thus, for example, a ride that starts at 11:59pm on September 3 counts only for September 3 even if most of it actually takes place on September 4.


  1. Trainer miles are allowed but limited to a maximum of 5 miles per day per person.
  2. Manually entered rides (e.g. due to lost phone/Garmin/etc. device data) will be treated the same as trainer rides, with a limit of 5 miles of credit per day.
  3. For Sept. 1 through Sept 28, rides must be uploaded to Strava within 72 hours unless you notify GOGO of extenuating circumstances. However, in the spirit of open friendly competition, please upload completed rides as soon as reasonably possible. We reserve the right to reject rides more than a day or two old, especially if you have already posted more recent rides.
  4. During last two days of September rides must be uploaded within 24 hours.
  5. To be counted for the September challenge, a ride must be completed wholly in September. That means its end time (in local time zone of the ride), must be before midnight on Sept. 30.
  6. To be eligible to receive GOGO points, a rider must ride at least 25 total miles during the month.
  7. The stats of the top 20 riders (based on distance) from each team will be used in the points and overall winner calculations below. However, all eligible team members will receive GOGO points, even if they are not in the top 20.

GOGO points and the Eagle Trophy
The leading team in each category will receive 105 GOGO points.

Other teams will receive a maximum of 100 points per category, calculated as the team’s performance in that category as a percentage of the top performance in that category.

For example, if the top team in distance rode 6000 miles and the second place team rode 5971 miles, the second place team would receive 100 points for that category since 5971/6000 = 99.52%, which rounds to 100. If the third place distance team rode 5300 miles, they would receive 88 points since 5300/6000 = 88.33%.

In this scoring system, the maximum possible September GOGO points is 315 (achieving that would require one team to lead all three categories). It is likely that most teams will earn more than 200 points. If we’d used this scheme in the 2017 Team Challenge, the awarded points would have been: 304, 287, 257, 231, and 180.

The overall winner (team with most GOGO points) and leading teams in each category will be recognized on the Eagle Trophy.