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2018 Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon Highlights

2018 Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon Highlights

The 2019 Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon will kick off on the morning of 13 October, with thousands of amateur and professional riders from all over the world joining the popular 50km ride. Those looking to challenge themselves can speed across iconic landmarks in Hong Kong, while riders with a bit of imaginative and creative flair can adorn themselves in interesting costumes and take part in the newly introduced ‘Fancy Dress Bike Party’ in the city centre.

This year, some of the world’s top professional cycling teams will continue to vie for glory in the second Hammer Hong Kong, presented by Sun Hung Kai Properties. The start/finish line is on Salisbury Road at the scenic Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, so be sure to pop by and cheer on a galaxy of cycling stars during their competitive race in Hong Kong!

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 Info
Date:
13 October 2019 (Sunday)
Time*:
5:05–8am50 km Ride/50km Team Ride/SHKP Greater Bay Area Youth Trophy
8:10–10am30km Ride
9–10:10amFamily Fun Ride
10:25–11amFancy Dress Bike Party
11:15–11:30amCEO Charity and Celebrity Ride
11:45am–12:15pm Team Time Trial
12:25–12:55pmElite Partners Men’s Open Race
1:05–1:15pmWomen’s Open Race
2–4:45pmHammer Hong Kong, presented by Sun Hung Kai Properties (a UCI Asia Tour Class 1.1 Road Race)
Hotline:
+852 2110 9008 (10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays)
Enquiry Email:
hongkongcyclothon@hktb.com

Special Traffic arrangements: Please note special traffic arrangements in the case of road closures or diversions and allow more time for travel. Use MTR and ferries as appropriate, and follow the latest news on TV and radio.

* Schedule is subject to change without prior notice.

Vantage Points

Family Fun Ride, Fancy Dress Bike Party, CEO Charity and Celebrity Ride, Team Time Trial, Elite Partners Men’s Open Race, Women’s Open Race and Hammer Hong Kong:

  • Along Salisbury Road near Tsim Sha Tsui promenade

The 50km Ride, 50km Team Ride, SHKP Greater Bay Area Youth Trophy and 30km Ride:

  • Start: Both sides of Salisbury Road near Tsim Sha Tsui promenade
  • Finish: Both sides of Salisbury Road near ‘1881 Heritage’
 How to Participate
  • Registration is now closed.
  • Registration for the SHKP Greater Bay Area Youth Trophy, CEO Charity and Celebrity Ride and Team Time Trial is by invitation only.
  • All registrants of the 50km Ride, 50km Team Ride, SHKP Greater Bay Area Trophy and 30km Ride are required to attend a cycling technique assessment. Exemption will be granted to members of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), holders of the National Cycling Federation Licence, racing members of The Cycling Association of Hong Kong, China Limited, membership or licence of other cycling associations, finishers of corresponding rides of the 2016, 2017 or 2018 Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon and experienced cyclists who are able to provide valid proof of their skill level.
  • Please read the Notice to Participants and Terms and Conditions before registration.
  • See answers to some frequently asked questions here: FAQ

Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist, a beginner or just a spectator, the Sun Hung Kai Properties Hong Kong Cyclothon includes a great variety of events for you to enjoy.

50km Ride/50km Team Ride/SHKP Greater Bay Area Youth Trophy

Open to both professional and experienced amateur cyclists registering as individuals or teams, this event is a great way to challenge yourself, build team spirit and take in some of the iconic sights of Hong Kong.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
Professional and experienced amateur cyclists (16–70 years old)/ 3,300
Enrolment Fee*:
Individual HK$650 (includes donation of HK$100 to designated charity)
Team HK$15,000 (includes donation of HK$5,000 to designated charity)

Registration of the SHKP Greater Bay Area Youth Trophy is by invitation only.
Route:
The route runs across iconic landmarks, including Cheung Tsing Tunnel, Tsing Ma Bridge, Ting Kau Bridge, Nam Wan Tunnel, Stonecutters Bridge and Eagle’s Nest Tunnel. See a video of the route here.

* Participants who do not order the bike jersey can enjoy a discount of HK$50.

Download Route Map

30km Ride

Cyclists can also try out this scenic route between Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsing Yi.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
Professional and experienced amateur cyclists (16–70 years old)/ 2,000
Enrolment Fee*:
HK$330 (includes donation of HK$100 to designated charity)
Route:
The route runs across iconic landmarks, including Cheung Tsing Tunnel, Nam Wan Tunnel and Stonecutters Bridge. See a video of the route here.

* Participants who do not order the bike jersey can enjoy a discount of HK$50.

Download Route Map

Family Fun Ride (Own Bike)

Bring your own bikes for a family ride in Tsim Sha Tsui East.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
Parents/ guardians with one child in a group of 2 (6–70 years old)/ 80 families in total
Enrolment Fee:
HK$100 (full donation to designated charity)
Route:
1.47km closed circuit course with multiple laps.

Download Route Map

Family Fun Ride (Four-Wheeled Bike)

A great opportunity for families to join in groups of two to three

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
Parents/ guardians with one child in a group of two or three (6–70 years old)/ 60 families in total
Enrolment Fee:
HK$100 (full donation to designated charity)
Route:
1.47km closed circuit course with multiple laps.

Download Route Map

Fancy Dress Bike Party

Participants are encouraged to adorn themselves in creative and eye-catching costume.*

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
6–70 years old/ 250
Enrolment Fee:
HK$150 (includes donation of HK$100 to designated charity)
Route:
1.47km closed circuit course with multiple laps.

*Note: Participants must wear helmets properly.

Download Route Map

CEO Charity and Celebrity Ride

Company bosses and Hong Kong celebrities hop on their bikes for this mega event.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
By invitation only (18–70 years old)/ 30
Enrolment Fee:
HK$15,000 (full donation to designated charity)
Route:
1.47km closed circuit course with two laps.

Download Route Map

Team Time Trial

Cycling teams from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao will be invited to compete in this professional race.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
By invitation only (16–70 years old)/ nine teams in total
Route:
3.8km closed circuit course with four laps.

Download Route Map

Elite Partners Men's Open Race and Women's Open Race

A chance for cyclists to compete in the city centre.

 Info
Criteria/Quota:
Elite Partners Men’s Open Race (16–70 years old)/ 150
Women’s Open Race (16–70 years old)/ 50
Enrolment Fee*:
HK$400 (includes donation of HK$100 to designated charity)
Route:
Elite Partners Men’s Open Race: 3.8km closed circuit route with four laps.
Women’s Open Race: 3.8km closed circuit route with one lap.

* Participants who do not order the bike jersey can enjoy a discount of HK$50.

Download Route Map

It might be hard to imagine that the densely populated city has numerous cycling trails. But let these routes take you along leafy cycling tracks with mountain and sea views, and you’ll find it hard to imagine how close you are to the bustle of downtown Hong Kong!

Presented by Sun Hung Kai Properties, the second Hammer Hong Kong will return to Tsim Sha Tsui on Sunday, 13 October.

The Hammer Series is a revolutionary new racing format with the best teams going head-to-head on the streets of Hong Kong. After two Hammer Series races in Norway and the Netherlands earlier this year, Hong Kong hosts the 2019 showdown to find cycling’s best team — proven on the road.

The teams come to Hong Kong after being awarded points from each of the two previous races and the one with the most points at the end of Hammer Hong Kong will be crowned Hammer Series winners 2019.

On 13 October — showdown day — there will be two back-to-back races. The start/finish line is on Salisbury Road at the scenic Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.

For more details, please click here.

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