EVENT: OCBC LAUNCHED
THEIR CORPORATE RIDE REGISTRATION
(OCBC Cycle 2015, together with friends and supporters, gathered at the launch of registration for OCBC Cycle 2015’s Corporate Rides at Shimano Cycling World at the Singapore Sports Hub on Monday morning.)
OCBC Cycle 2015 launches registration for Corporate Rides with 17 Friends of OCBC Cycle 2015. Attractive prices and prizes for OCBC Cycle 2015 announced
TOGETHER with 17 Friends of OCBC Cycle 2015, Sport Singapore and Singapore Cycling Federation, OCBC Cycle 2015 is gearing up to provide cycling fans in Singapore with the premier cycling experience when it rolls out from the Singapore Sports Hub on 29 and 30 August this year. And the year is getting off to an exciting start as the event's two corporate ride packages are about to open for booking. Prices for all categories in OCBC Cycle 2015 have also been announced, along with the attractive prizes that await lucky participants.
At the launch of the corporate rides, held at the Shimano Cycling World at the Singapore Sports Hub, title sponsor OCBC Bank introduced its 17 "Friends of OCBC Cycle‟ (a list of sponsors that is taking prt in this event) and announced the details of two corporate rides – The Business Times Cycle of Hope Corporate Bike Ride and The Corporate Bike Ride. Reservations for these two corporate rides open on 9 February 2015, at www.ocbccycle.com, and are limited to only 1,000 places (700 for The Sportive Ride and 300 for The Straits Times Ride).
Participants who register for either corporate rides can choose to ride in The Straits Times Ride (about 23km*) or The Sportive Ride (about 42km*). The company whose participants clock up the most mileage – taking both corporate rides together – will win the inaugural OCBC Cycle 2015 Longest Distance Award.
The Business Times Cycle of Hope Corporate Bike Ride is a corporate charity ride that is part of OCBC Cycle's Charity Partnership programme. The programme aims to create awareness of, and rise fund to support, four chosen charity organizations: the Singapore Children‟s Society, SportCares, TRUEfund and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund.
(Koh Ching Ching (middle), OCBC head of group corporate communications, addressing a question during the media Q&A session of the launch of registration for OCBC Cycle 2015’s Corporate Rides at Shimano Cycling World at the Singapore Sports Hub on Monday morning.)
GIVING BACK TO COMMUNITY VIA REGISTRATION FEE
Companies taking part in the corporate charity ride will be giving back to the community because more than half of the registration fees paid will be donated – equally – to the four chosen charities. Alternatively, companies can choose to donate to any of the four charities they would like to support, or donate more over and above their registration fees. These companies will be eligible for the inaugural OCBC Cycle 2015 Largest Donor Award
*Final actual distance is subjected to route confirmation
( The media Q&A session of the launch of registration for OCBC Cycle 2015’s Corporate Rides at Shimano Cycling World at the Singapore Sports Hub.)
Get ready folks! This event is going to be a high profile and fun day to ride! For more information, visit www.ocbccycle.com
All information by OCBC Cycle.