TRI-Factor Unites Over 10,000 Cyclists in Asia with Relaunch

TRI-Factor organises first race in Singapore since the Pandemic, with first physical race during the Covid-19 era held in Vietnam in April 2021

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Singapore, 27 January 2022 – After two years of the pandemic, Asian multisport series TRI-Factor is back with its first race in Singapore – the TRIFactor Bike Asia Virtual Challenge 2022.


Sporting a new logo and renewed vision, TRI-Factor’s goal is to enable people to live their best life through fitness, by making available easy access to a spectrum of health and wellness resources, tools and events.


One of TRI-Factor’s core values is inclusivity, thus the focus is to continue bringing people together through swimming, cycling, running and triathlon.


“Cycling has tremendously picked up in popularity since the pandemic started, with people turning to two wheels as a way of staying fit and healthy. We want to give them a purpose to their efforts, hence we decided to create a virtual cycling challenge as our first event in Singapore,” said Elvin Ting, co-founder of Orange Room Asia that owns the TRI-Factor brand.

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“The pandemic has created emptiness in many communities, thus we hope an event like this TRI-Factor Bike Asia Virtual Challenge can bring communities across borders together in a single event.”


Kicking off on 29 January all the way through to 27 February, the TRI-Factor Bike Asia Virtual Challenge 2022 allows you the opportunity to enjoy the sights while getting some exercise in, or challenge yourself to see how quick you are on a bicycle.


There are two categories – competitive or open – which must be completed within a month. You may sign up as an individual or in a team of two to four.

In the Competitive category, the aim is to complete 500km by yourself ($55) or 1,000km as a team ($55/pax). Over in the Open category, which targets more recreational riders, the objective is to complete 100km on your own ($5) or 500km as a team ($5).


Participants of the Competitive category will receive an exclusive TRI-Factor cycling jersey, sport bottle for cycling, a towel and a medal. Throughout the course of the challenge, there will be prizes to be won on top of weekly contests and event challenges.

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“I’ve always enjoyed TRI-Factor’s events and I’m excited about this virtual cycling challenge. I like that the competition here is really myself, to see how fast I can go on the bike. I also like how there is a non-competitive category so people can truly enjoy the sport, yet achieve new milestones for themselves,” said Nicholas Rachmadi, national triathlete and TRI-Factor ambassador.

This is part of a blended event initiative, supported by the government, that comprises the virtual challenge and a physical community cycle event scheduled for 26 February 2022 at Singapore Sports Hub.


Registration opens today at http://bike.trifactor.asia with an early bird promo till 28 January.


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