The ABC rules for participants

  1. At participating universities the Academic Bicycle Challenge (ABC) takes place from day 1 to day 30 of one selected month between April and November.
  2. A participant has to select his or her university when he or she participates in the ABC. Cycled trips of the participant, recorded with the Naviki app, will count for the selected university.
  3. A participant has to select an academic discipline. Trips cycled by the participant will also count for the selected discipline.
  4. Participants can set up user-created teams. The minimum number of participants for a user-created team is 5, the maximum number is 25. Each participant can join one team. Valid recorded trips also count for the team. The latest opportunity for changing team membership is one week before the end of the active period (changing or leaving a team is impossible after day 23 of the active month).
  5. In order to make sure that only cycled trips count, trips have to be recorded with the Naviki app and the following filters apply: length 150 km, maximum speed 60 km/h and average speed 30 km/h (for the contest we calculate the average speed based on the time you were actively moving).
  6. Valid trips count wherever they were cycled. They are not restricted to a specific city or region.
  7. In case a participant enters the ABC after the ABC started, all trips recorded with the Naviki app before participating (but after the start of the ABC) count if they pass the above mentioned filters.
  8. All kinds of bicycles are allowed: normal, MTB, racing, cargo and e-bikes etc.
  9. To ensure fair play, on suspicion of cheating the ABC coordinators can check accordant trips. The ABC coordinators have the right to exclude trips they consider to be fake or questionable and to exclude participants from the ABC who cheat or behave unfair.