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Note: this leaderboard updates twice per day, at approximately 4:18 am and 4:18 pm California time, based on data posted to Strava by about 4:05 am and pm, respectively. Thus, the 4:18pm update will include “final” data for all prior days, though usually only partial data for the current day.


Team Challenge standings

Team Week 1
Sept. 2-8
Week 2
Sept. 10-15
Week 3
Sept. 17-22
Week 4
Sept. 24-29
Weeks won
Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden Distance Elevation Gain Days ridden

Teams and individual statistics

GO Getters (co-captains: Amy and Steve L)

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Rider Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Four-week totals
Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Total Distance Total Gain

Live and Let’s GO (co-captains: Anissa and Eric)

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Rider Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Four-week totals
Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Distance Elev. Gain Days Total Distance Total Gain

Details and rules of September Team Challenge

The GOGO 2019 September Team Challenge comprises two teams and four approximately week-long mini-competitions.
Mini-competition dates:

  • Monday, Sept. 2 – Sunday, Sept. 8
  • Tuesday, Sept. 10 – Sunday, Sept. 15
  • Tuesday, Sept. 17 – Sunday, Sept. 22
  • Tuesday, Sept. 24 – Sunday, Sept. 29

Yes, that’s right! This year’s Team Challenge includes rest days, the Mondays between each mini-competition.

The winner of the September team challenge will be the team that wins the most mini-competitions. If there is a tie, the overall winner will be the team that rode the most miles on the final day, Sunday, September 29.

Mini-competitions
For each mini-competition, the winning team will be the one that wins a majority of the three categories:

  • distance: the total mileage among all your team members.
  • elevation gain: the total elevation gain among all your team members.
  • days ridden the sum of each team member’s total number of days on which they rode at least one mile. Thus, the maximum “days ridden” score per team member is 6 or 7 (depending on the mini-competition).

Ties will not be broken in mini-competitions. Thus, if one team wins distance, the other wins elevation gain, and the two have equal numbers of days ridden, that mini-competition will be deemed a tie.

General rules

  1. Rides must be uploaded to Strava by 4pm California time of the following day.
  2. Trainer miles are allowed but limited to a maximum of 5 miles per day per person.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. On the final day of each mini-competition, (September 8, 15, 22, and 29), all rides must be completed by midnight. I.e. the Strava end time of the ride must be before midnight in the local time zone of the ride.

GOGO points and the Eagle Trophy

Each member of the winning team who rides at least 50 total competition miles will receive 200 GOGO points. Each member of the other team, again presuming 50+ miles ridden, will receive 150 GOGO points. Competition miles are miles ridden during the mini-competitions; rides on Sept. 1, Sept. 30, and the rest days (Sept. 9, 16, and 23) do not count.

In addition, each rider whose competition mileage totals 400 or more will receive 50 additional GOGO points. Thus, a 400+ rider on the non-winning team will receive 200 points, as will a 100 or 200-mile rider on the winning team.

The winning team will be recognized on the front of the Eagle Trophy. In addition, the three side panels of the trophy will recognize the teams with most overall distance, elevation gain, and days (even though these overall totals are not considered in determining the overall winner).