1. General

1.1 Definitions

1.1.1 competecomigo, "Us", "us" or "our" refers to the entity that manages online sports events described on the website and platform with the same name. The head office is located at Visconde Tojal Avenue Nº118, 2950-602 Quinta do Anjo, Palmela, Portugal, with the only registration number and individual person (sole proprietorship). competecomigo belongs in all its extension to the group competecomigo.

1.1.2 competecomigo develops commercial activity according to CAE (Portuguese Classification of Economic Activities) 93192 designated by other sports activities . Sports activities include producers and promoters of sporting events with or without facilities; promotion of sporting events; athletes, referees, timekeepers and other independent sportsmen; stables, kennels and garages related to sporting activity; support for recreational and sport fishing and hunting; and mountain guides. It includes the management of hunting and fishing zones. Information available at National Institute of Statistics.

1.1.3 Electronic and digital platforms: Website www.competecomigo.com and platform with the same name. www.competecomigo.com , www.competecomigo.pt and www.competecomigo.net are also addresses belonging to competecomigo entity. Any reference to www.competecomigo.com is valid for any of the other domains.

1.1.4Cyclist: Website user of competecomigo and / or platform with the same name that intends to participate in the interactive training published on the website.

1.1.5 Collaborator: Website user of competecomigo and / or platform with the same name that provides detailed maps and routes of possible cyclist training.

1.1.6 Manager of Administrative region: Website user of competecomigo and / or platform with the same name that provides detailed maps and routes of possible cyclist training, generates district collaborators and receives a percentage of events held in the district where the cyclist is a manager. It has as acronym DM that corresponds to the English expression District Manager.

1.1.7 Country Manager: Website user of competecomigo and / or platform with the same name that provides detailed maps and routes of possible cyclist training, manages district employees and district managers. Receive a percentage of the events held in the whole country where the manager is. It has as acronym CM that corresponds to the English expression Country Manager.

1.1.8 Pre-registered: Possible parties interested in participating in a given event.

1.1.9 Personal area: restricted and exclusive access area of the User, cyclist and / or employee.

1.1.10 Event: Spatial location of a course. An event lasts 1 (one) month.

1.1.11 Race: Act of login on app, selection of gaming Mode and taking first photo of any event.

1.1.12 Bycicle weight: the weight is a vector quantity and varies according to local gravity. When described in the text, we intend to associate with the concept of mass.

1.1.13 Card player: card player, wallet, wallet, balance, when used on the competecomigo or mobile application with the same name is intended to mean the amount in EURO units that the User-Cyclist, contributor, district manager or Country Manager displays in your account.

1.1.14 Subscription: period of 1 year from the receipt (good collection) of a donation in the amount of € 50 (in cash). The shipment must be sent via post (CTT, DHL, etc.) with acknowledgment of receipt to the official address of competecomigo. The shipping cost is supported by the User-cyclist or runner.

1.1.15 Regular campaign: Additional amount to be paid to the winner of the mode (game) of the month to which it relates the campaign or promotion. With the exception of the minimum number of participants that can be less than 20 (twenty), all points of these Terms and Conditions apply. Regular campaigns are announced on the competecomigo website and social networks in the previous month and cannot be changed during the month in which they are in effect. Only Users with a valid subscription are eligible to receive any prize, whether regular or from a regular campaign.

1.1.16 Lightning campaign: Additional amount to be paid to the User-cyclist or runner who fully complies with the instructions given for the day to which the campaign or promotion relates. As in regular campaigns, with the exception of the minimum number of participants that can be less than 20 (twenty), all points of these Terms and Conditions apply. Lightning campaigns are announced on the competecomigo website and social networks the day before their application. Only Users with a valid subscription are eligible to receive any prize, whether regular or from a lightning campaign.

1.2 Countries and their administrative zones as of 15 October 2019:

1.2.1 Portugal (Aveiro-AVR, Beja-BEJ, Braga-BRG, Bragança-BRA, Castelo Branco-CBR, Coimbra-CBR, Évora-EVR, Faro-FAR, Guarda-GRD, Leiria-LRA, Lisboa-LSB, Portalegre-PRG, Porto-PRT, Santarém-STR, Setúbal-STB, Viana do Castelo-VCA, Viseu-VIS, Vila Real-VRA e as regiões autónomas dos Açores-AÇR e da Madeira-MDA).

1.2.2Estados Unidos da América (Alabama-AL, Alaska-AK, Arizona-AZ, Arkansas-AR, California-CA, Colorado-CO, Connecticut-CT, Delaware-DE, Florida-FL, Georgia-GA, Hawaii-H, Idaho-ID, Illinois-IL, Indiana-IN, Iowa-IA, Kansas-KS, Kentucky-KY, Louisiana-LA, Maine-ME, Maryland-MD, Massachussetts-MA, Michigan-MI, Minnesota-MN, Mississippi-MI, Missouri-MO, Montana-MT, Nebraska-NE, Nevada-NV, New Hampsphire-NH, New Jersey-NJ, New Mexico-NM, New York-NY, North Carolina-NC, North Dakota-ND, Ohio-OH, Oklahoma-OK, Oregon-OR, Pennsylvania-PA, Rhode Island-RI, South Carolina-SC, South Dakota-SD, Tennessee-TN, Texas-TX, Utah-UT, Vermont-VT, Virginia-VA, Washington-WA, West Virginia-WV, Wisconsin-WI, Wyoming-WY).

1.2.3Espanha (Andaluzia-ADZ, Aragão-ARG, Astúrias-AST, Baleares-BLA, Paós Basco-PVS, Ilhas Canárias-ICN, Cantábria-CTB, Catalunha-CTL, Castela-Mancha-CMH, Castela e Leão-CEL,Estremadura-EST, Galiza-GLZ, La Rioja-LRJ, Comunidade Autónoma de Madrid-MAM, Região de Murcia-MRC, Navarra-NVR, Comunidade Valenciana-CVN).

1.3Operating from February 2021:

1.3.1Before the first participation in any competecomigo game, the cyclist or runner must send an email to admin@competecomigo.com at the beginning of each month stating that he/she agrees with the Terms and Conditions described in this document. Only entries made after sending the email will be considered valid.

1.3.2Before playing any of the games for the first time, the cyclist or runner must make a € 5 cash donation to the official address of competecomigo. The donation applies per game mode. That is, if the User wants to play only the national freestyle mode, he/she must make a donation of € 5; if, on the other hand, he/she wishes to join the international freestyle mode, the User must make two donations; if the User wants to combine with the track mode, then must make 3 donations, each worth 5 €. The donations serve to keep the website free and to pay the server and domain costs. Any donation made is valid for the month to which the donation relates. Only entries made after sending the donation will be considered valid. The costs of sending the donation are the responsibility of the User.

1.3.3Before starting the game, that is, before taking the first photo in a given game, the User must send a message via WhatsApp or SMS to the official competecomigo number stating that will participate in a certain game. Only entries made after sending the message will be considered valid. Entries made before sending the message will be considered invalid. The reason is simple: compete comigo reserves the right to follow the User's participation in real time, monitoring instant speed and geo-location to prevent any fraud.

1.3.4Regular prizes are back. Regular prizes are distributed according to the table on the competecomigo website. The conditions for the distribution of regular prizes are maintained: 20 participants minimum in the game to which the prize relates, full compliance with the Terms and Conditions, full compliance with the rule of the photos, and, in the case of national and international freestyle modes, rule of average speed greater than 10 km/h and 3 km/h in cycling and jogging, respectively.

1.3.5In addition to the regular prizes, the competecomigo promotes participation in specific games with additional prizes. In these additional awards, and according to the company's internal criteria, the minimum number of contributions may be less than 20.

2. General Rules of Use:

2.1 The competecomigo offers the service of time sharing timed among the cyclists. This service extends to the entire national territory of Portugal and abroad and is composed of several events taking place simultaneously.

2.2The service offered summarized in the previous point is accessible through the www.competecomigo.com website and app with the same name.

2.2.1 The events, defined at 1.1.10, starting to take place on day 1 (one) of each month in every administrative region from countries depicted at section 1.2.

2.3 The Terms and Conditions supra and below regulate the use of the website www.competecomigo.com as also the used services. This constitutes an agreement between the User of the electronic and digital platforms with competecomigo.

2.4 The website www.competecomigo.com as well as the application with the same name, constitute the user's digital sign-up platform and its bicycle.

2.5 The platform refered on the previous point 2.4, contents, appearance, aesthetic and graphics and visual are subject to the Intellectual Property rights of competecomigo. The reproduction, transmission, modification and alteration or deletion of any information or content without the prior written authorization of the same is expressly prohibited.

2.6 The Terms and Conditions written and described in the current document do not regulate or generate in any way the legal relationship between competecomigo and the Users. The services provided by the website's digital platform www.competecomigo.com and mobile application have only to do with the availability and sharing of times in pre-defined cycling routes and cyclists, sharing these, in this way, their training.

2.6.1 The competecomigo is not responsible for any failure, material and physical loss involving the parties to this Terms and conditions agreement, road code violations of the User-cyclists and collaborators, robbery, theft or assault to the User-cyclist or his/her bicycle or employee during the duration of the event.

2.6.2 The same way, the competecomigo is not responsible for the effect of weather or temporal conditions such as the practice of cycling (day or night), particular conditions of the bicycle such as a tire bore or other situation arising from the use of the bicycle during the event. The responsibility for a correct execution of the practice of cycling is exclusive of the Users themselves.

2.6.3 The competecomigo is not responsible for the conditions of the mobile device used to enjoy the services provided.

2.6.3.1 The conditions of the mobile network are alien to competecomigo so it is the responsability of users to ensure the smooth operation of their mobile device. The quality of the connection depends solely and exclusively on the internet service provider of the users.

2.7 The competecomigo shall be carried out as follows:

2.7.1 Validation of routes from other platforms: The user-cyclist, in case he feels harmed by If a course is rejected in any of the games available, you must request the approval of the respective course by contacting competecomigo via email admin@competecomigo.com. If the validity of the route made by the User-cyclist/runner is verified through alternative means and competing with competecomigo due to the occurrence of some situation not described in these Terms and Conditions , the User must send by email the *.GPX file created on the partner platform at www.gpsvisualizer.com/draw in order to be added. The created route must be drawn up with the red marker easily visible at the top of the right side of the respective website. The created route should reproduce the route as accurately as possible. As indicated in this document, any question related to the User's data network is not eligible for the addition of routes from other platforms. This option will only be considered if the User-cyclist or runner sends the route in an appropriate format and the photos together with the inclusion request, thus respecting the Terms and Conditions described in this document.

2.7.2 Maintenance of the platform: On the last day of the month, at a time interval to be defined and informing Users - cyclists and runners by sending an internal message on the platform, competecomigo no longer counts training records. Users are advised to make a printscreen for the purpose of proof of participation in the event of need for dispute of results immediately before the platform goes into maintenance. The internal message will be sent in the last 5 days of the current month. Thus, competecomigo is not responsible for the user's lack of knowledge, being the user's responsibility to carry out the appropriate steps.

2.8 Users must be at least 16 years of age and have the legal capacity to drive a bicycle. Users who wish to participate and compete for the various events should have their situation regularized with Finance and Social Security in order to receive the prizes. The competecomigo is not responsible for any violation of the legal system in force by the Users, specifically regarding the civil liability for payment of taxes and social security contributions.

2.9The services provided in the www.competecomigo.com platform and app with the same name are made available only to Registered Users.

2.10 The registration at www.competecomigo.com the digital platform or at mobile app is free.

2.11In the case that User provides fake information, competecomigo, can, immediatly, without the need to indemnify the User, suspend or completely cease access to the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or mobile app. The minimum infringement situation will be punished with the cancellation of a certain event for the infringing User and consecutive exclusion of the time record in that event. The User is therefore excluded from the possibility of receiving any prize related to the event in question, forfeiting the total amount paid.

2.12 The registered User undertakes to keep up-to-date their personal and bicycle data transmitted on the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or at the mobile application. The return to the Cyclist User of all or part of the value in his/her is performed only after the User data has been regularized on the competecomigo platform.

2.13 The compete reserves the right to accept or refuse, without any justification, any entry on the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or ar the mobile application, limit or even prevent an User from the above-mentioned platform if it does not accept the Terms and Conditions described exhaustively in this document.

2.14 The competecomigo is not responsible for the truthfulness and accuracy of the data provided by the registered member.

2.15 Campaigns and promotions: The competecomigo establishes campaigns and promotions limited in time and in space. Not being expressly described in the points below, all Campaigns and Promotions require compliance with the Terms and Conditions expressed in this document. Particularly, the rule of photographs, average speeds above 10 km/h in the Free National and International Modes and the mandatory participation of at least 20 participants with valid participation in the event to which the Campaign or Promotion relates. The campaigns and promotions will be published exclusively on the competecomigo website and on the competecomigo facebook pages, namely those official pages of Portugal (facebook.com/competecomigo), Spain (facebook.com/Espanacyclemore) and International (facebook.com/cyclemorethegame). The campaigns are introduced on the facebook platform during the previous month and may change until the last day of the month prior to the campaign/promotion. From the 1st of the month to which the campaign/promotion is concerned, it can no longer be changed.

2.15.1Campaigns June 2021: The competecomigo offers € 500 to the winners of the National and International Freestyle Modes. The campaign requires a valid participation of at least 10 Users. If there are less than 10 Users with valid participation, the winners of the National and International Freestyle Modes are refunded the cost of participation (30 € in the case of the National Free Mode and 50 € in the case of the International Free Mode). The points 1.3.1, 1.3.2 and 1.3.3 of the Terms and Conditions apply.

3. Types of Events :

3.1 Tracking Mode: surpass you and beat your rivals with the best time by district. Treps in the classification if you compete with a heavier bike than the competition!

3.1.1 What is the Tracking Mode Event? It consists of the timing sharing of a monthly course predetermined by competecomigo.

3.1.2 Who can send a course? They are elaborated by competecomigo, collaborator, District Manager (DM) ou Country Manager (CM).

3.1.3 How much is the participation fee? The routes will vary between 4 km and 49 km with participation costs varying accordingly. Costs can also be defined by the DM of a given country. After the 49 km will be additionally charged an extra amount (in €) for each 5 km added to the total. The User can participate during the month in the greater number of times in a certain event in order to maximize his/her possibilities of victory since the amount to pay is the same if this participates only once or decides to participate every day of the month.

3.1.3 How am I cashed? The reduction of your portfolio value is done after the User takes the first photo in the mobile application of competecomigo.

3.1.4 But who wins? It will count for the purpose of final classification your best time but will be registered in your personal area all times for this event and for other events in which the User participated. The User will have access to the route from competecomigo where the # km, route profile, cost to the User will be announced beforehand, and some images of the route will be shown. The foregoing information shall be included in the area of the website dedicated to each administrative region. The rating table is then displayed in real time. This table will contain the data relating to the User with the respective photographs of the event. The final result of the Course Mode event will also be displayed in this area on the 1st of each month. In this mode, anyone who cycles the course in less time will win.

3.1.6 Validation of the course of a User in the Tracking Mode: To be validated, the route must respect the photographs rule . Three (3) photographs should be taken.

3.1.6.1 The first photo starts the timer in the competecomigo mobile application.

3.1.6.2 The second photograph should be taken between the end of the first half of the course and up to 75% of the total. In order for the photograph to be considered valid, it must be done at a distance of not more than 50 meters from the marker represented in the mobile application.

3.1.6.3 The third photograph should be taken immediately after finishing the route.

3.1.6.4 Note: The combination of the photographs with the geo-referencing of the course of the various Users will constitute the means of proof for validation or eventual elimination of the User. If it is deleted, the User is not entitled to any compensation.

3.1.6.5 Photos: The mandatory information that must appear in the photographs is that they should enable the identification of the bicycle, User and place where they were taken. It is suggested that the user lean on the steering wheel of the bike and take a picture. In this way the three elements mentioned must be present.

3.2 National Freestyle Mode: when, where and how you want. You win who make more km for a month in your country. You do not need great bike nor to be professional. You only need will power!.

3.2.1 What is the National Freestyle Mode? It consists of sharing the sum of the number of kilometers made by each User during a month in their Country of registration.

3.2.2 What is the participation fee? The cost of participation is € 14. As in the course mode, the User can (and should) participate throughout the month so that the sum of the number of km made is as large as possible.

3.2.3 How is the value discounted on my card player? The reduction of your portfolio value is done after taking the first photo in the National Free Mode in the mobile of competecomigo. The National Free Mode event, such as the Course Mode event, will be counted if and only if there are at least 20 (twenty) participations , that is, only monetary prizes will be awarded if 20 or more Users have traveled the route is valid. Otherwise, the amount charged for the membership will be reset to the User's account.

3.2.4 But who wins? Shall count for the purpose of final classification the total distance traveled in the Country (sum of distances traveled during the month in which the Event is held). The User will have access to the route made by him from the website of the competecomigo. The foregoing information shall appear in the area of the website dedicated to the National Free Mode. The rating table is then displayed in real time. This table will contain the data relating to the User with the respective photographs of the event. It will also be exposed in this area, on the 1st of each month, the final result of the Free National Mode event. In this mode, whoever walks the longest distance added during the whole month.

3.2.6 Validation of the course of a User in the realization of the free mode National: Need to be taken 3 (three) photographs along the course.

3.2.6.1 The first picture starts the counter and accumulation of distance traveled in the competecomigo mobile app.

3.2.6.2 The second photo can be taken at any time.

3.2.6.3 The third photo will end the timer and distance counter.

3.2.6.4 The mandatory information that must appear in the photographs is that they should enable the identification of the bicycle, User and place where they were taken. As in point 3.1.6.5 it is suggested that the user lean on the steering wheel of the bike and take a picture. In this way the three elements mentioned must be present.

3.3 International Freestyle Mode: when, where and how you want. Whoever wins more miles for a month all over the world wins. You do not need big bike nor to be professional. You only need will power!.

3.3.1 What is International Freestyle Mode? Consists of sharing the sum of the number of kilometers made by each User during a month in their Country of registration compared to all Users from all countries.

3.3.2 What is the participation fee? The cost of participation is € 20. As in the route mode, the User can (and should) participate throughout the month so that the sum of the number of kilometers made is as large as possible.

3.3.3 How is the value discounted on my card player? The reduction of your portfolio value is made after taking the first photo in the National Free Mode in the mobile app of competecomigo. The International Freestyle event, such as the Free National event, will be counted if and only if there are at least 20 (twenty) participations , that is, only monetary prizes will be awarded if 20 or more Users have traveled the route validly. Otherwise, the amount charged for the participation will revert to the User account.

3.3.4 But who wins? It will count for the purpose of final classification the total distance traveled (sum of the distances covered during the month in which the Event is held). The user will have access to the route made by him from competecomigo. The foregoing information shall appear in the area of the website dedicated to the International Free Mode. The rating table is then displayed in real time. This table will contain the data relating to the User with the respective photographs of the event. It will also be exposed in this area, on the 1st of each month, the final result of the event Free International Mode. In this mode, anyone who walks the longest distance over the course of a whole month will be able to compare it with that of all Users Mirrored by the World!

3.3.6 Validation of the course of a User in the realization of the free mode International: Need to be taken 3 (three) photographs along the course.

3.3.6.1 The first picture starts the counter and accumulation of distance traveled in the competecomigo.

3.3.6.2 The second photo can be taken at any time.

3.3.6.3 The third photo will end the timer and distance counter.

3.3.6.4 The mandatory information that must appear in the photographs is that they should enable the identification of the bicycle, User and place where they were taken. As in point 3.1.6.5 it is suggested that the user lean on the steering wheel of the bike and take a picture. In this way the three elements mentioned must be present.

4. User Registration and their bicycles

4.1 Obligations of the User-cyclist:

4.1.1 Accept the actual Terms and conditions .

4.1.2The data required by competescomigo me on the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or mobile application must be true and up to date. In particular:

4.1.2.1 Full name.

4.1.2.2 Photo: Although optional, it is highly recommended that you send a current photo of the User.

4.1.2.3 Username: In order to protect the privacy of the User the name to be included in the general classification table available to the General Public will be your username and not the proper name.

4.1.2.4Password: is the password for accessing the user's personal area on the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or mobile application. The password for accessing the staff of the website is the same as that used to use the services of the mobile application.

4.1.2.5 Date of birth: in DD / MM / YYYY format, ie Day / Month / Year

4.1.2.6 Email: e-mail address for future communications withcompetecomigo.

4.1.2.7 District (Administrative region): Complete address information is not required. However, if the registered User wishes to enter the comparison of timed training by qualifying for the prizes, he must provide the address in order to be sent the respective amount of the prize.

4.1.2.8 Country: The information related to the Country serves to guide the User in the participation of the events of the Way of the Country in which the user has registered, taking into account the possible existence of other countries with different Mode events.

4.1.2.9 hotos of the front, side and back of the bike. In order to be able to participate in the comparison of timed times and distances, thus enabling them to earn their prizes, it is mandatory to send three (3) photographs of the bike. It will have to be the bike to be used at the event.

4.1.2.10Bicycle brand.

4.1.2.11Bycicle model.

4.1.2.12Where did you buy the bycicle.

4.1.2.13Website of the place where the bicycle was purchased. These 4 (four) last fields are intended to confirm the weight of the bicycle that is positioned at the immediately following point. If you choose not to indicate the weight of the bicycle (in kg) then a weight of 9 kg will be considered. This weight, considered low, will make the normalized time of this User superior to the time of the same User but with a higher weight bicycle. In this way, the User who chooses not to record the weight of his bike will be impaired, thus reducing his chances of victory. However, its inclusion on the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or in the mobile application is valid and will not be cause for inhibition or limitation in the use of the same.

4.1.2.14Bycicle weight.

4.1.2.15Confirmation of bycicle weight.

4.1.3Refrain from creating multiple profiles.

4.1.4Register only one bike.

5. Hierarchy figures at competecomigo

Besides User-Cyclist, compeptecomigo developed the following figures:

5.1User-Collaborator

5.1.1User-Collaborator Rights and Obligations:

5.1.1.1Points 4.1 to 4.1.4 are equally valid for the collaborator users. A Contributor User can also use the digital platform at www.competecomigo.com or the mobile application with the same name to participate in the various events with the same rights and obligations exposed in these Terms and Conditions than for an User-Cyclist.

5.1.1.2All registered participants can be User-Cyclists, User-collaborators or both.

The functions of Users-Collaborator are divided into 4 (four) large areas (5.1.1.3-6):

5.1.1.3Sending of a course to be carried out in a given administrative region. The submission must contain a * .gpx file (path to be opened in Google Earth / MAPS application or GPS system), at least 4 (four) photographs taken at different points along the route and, if possible, sharing through similar service to the Dropbox of a video file. Alternatively, disclosure to competecomigo through a Youtube channel.

5.1.1.4 Choose from 2 (two) to 5 (five) days to make the on-site verification of the starting point and arrival of the User-cyclists. Each on-site check should last between 2 (two) and 4 (four) hours. By means of verification, the act of comparing the photographs of the bicycle of the respective User with the bicycle presented by the same for the accomplishment of the event is understood. It is advisable to wear a sweater with competecomigo in order to identify themselves as being part of the User-collaborators. It is expressly forbidden because it jeopardizes the safety of User-cyclists and therefore the inspection should be at the beginning of the event or after the finish line. competecomigo, is not responsible for any accident or situation that violates the road code that results from the interaction between Cyclist and employee Users.

5.1.1.5The user-collaborator name is assigned to any User who sends a course to be performed in Course Mode during the month following the submission.

5.1.1.6Disclosure of competecomigo: competecomigo accepts establishment of economic links to employees who are willing to divulge the company through static or dynamic advertising. On the basis of a relationship of trust with stakeholders, competecomigo will pay € 10 per hour up to a maximum of € 100 per month for static advertising. To this end, the collaborator undertakes to film the period of the disclosure being necessary the condition of movement outside the exposure. Only cars parked on busy streets and avenues are eligible. Dynamic advertising is paid at € 15 per hour, up to a maximum of € 150 per month. In this case only cars that are in motion and on busy roads are eligible. The images are uploaded via Internet sharing or sent to the official address of competecomigo. Any other advertising situation not indicated in these Terms and Conditions will be considered invalid without the right to any compensation or payment for the service performed.

5.1.1.7 Rise in the hierarchy of competecomigo: It should be pointed out that one of the interested parties will choose one that satisfies the strategic of competecomigo, namely, with regard to personalized disclosure by administrative region. This Contributor-user will be considered to go up in the hierarchy of competecompete, provided that he makes the request through the website to become the Manager of the district where he is registered.

5.1.2User-Contributor collecting part: The User-Collaborator receives the percentage of 12.5% of the total involved in the route that the latter sent in case the administrative region in question does not have a District Manager. Otherwise, you receive 10% of the same total involved in this course.

5.2District Manager (DM) or Admnistrative region Manager:

5.2.1Rights and Obligations of a District Manager:

5.2.1.1Items 4.1 to 4.1.4 apply equally to District Managers. A District Manager can also use the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or the mobile application with the same name to participate in the various events with the same rights and obligations exposed in these Terms and Conditions that for a User-cyclist or User-Collaborator.

5.2.1.2There can only be one District Manager for each administrative region of a particular Country.

5.2.1.3The period that links the DM to its functions is 3 (three) months and competecomigo dafter the end of that time period. The DM has the right to request renewal for periods of 3 (three) months. After completing this period, the status of District Manager is free to be occupied by any user-collaborator who is interested and respects the rules described in the previous point (5.1 and derivatives).

The functions of the District Managers are divided into four (4) major areas (5.2.1.4-7):

5.2.1.4Sending a course to be carried out in the district where the DM is a manager. The submission must contain a * .gpx file (path to be opened in Google Earth / MAPS application or GPS system), at least 4 (four) photographs taken at different points along the route and, if possible, sharing through similar service to the Dropbox of a video file. Alternatively, disclosure to competecomigo through a Youtube channel.

5.2.1.5Disclosure of competecomigo: competecomigo accepts establishment of economic links to District managers who make themselves available to disseminate the company through static or dynamic advertising. On the basis of a relationship of trust with stakeholders, competecomigo will pay € 10 per hour up to a maximum of € 100 per month for static advertising. To this end, the District Manager commits to filming the period of the disclosure, requiring the condition of movement outside the exposure. Only cars parked on busy streets and avenues are eligible. Dynamic advertising is paid at € 15 per hour, up to a maximum of € 150 per month. In this case only cars that are in motion and on busy roads are eligible. The images are uploaded via Internet sharing or sent to the official address of competecomigo. Any other advertising situation not indicated in theseTerms and Conditions will be considered invalid without the right to any compensation or payment for the service performed.

5.2.1.6Call and Captivate Users to participate in the events of administrative region where this one is DM where the National and International Free Modes are not included. After being accepted for competecomigo, the hierarchical figure DM has 3 (three) months "to show what is worth". In fact, having a percentage of the total involved in the administrative region defined in point 5.2.2, the more users who go through any event in the district where it is DM, the more it earns.

5.2.1.7All actions from the creation of pages on facebook, twitter, description of events in instagram, inclusion in forums of publicity to competecomigo will be strongly recognized by the administration and will enable the CM to move to the upper level of Hierarchy (Country Manager, CM).

5.2.1.8 Rise in the hierarchy of competecomigo: It should be mentioned that, if the DM meets the strategic criteria of competecomigo, namely, with regard to personalized disclosure by administrative region, this DM will be considered to climb the hierarchy of competecomigo. PTo do this, you must make the request through the website to become a Country Manager (CM) where the latter is registered.

5.2.2 Paying the District Manager: The District Manager (DM) receives a variable percentage between 7.5% and 10% of the total involved in the DM district. This percentage varies as follows:

5.2.2.1 In the case of routes send by the Administration of competecomigo or from the District Manager to competecomigo via email, that is, the route was not sent by a User-collaborator and there is a different CM from the administration, then the DM receives 7.5% of the total involved in the administrative region.

5.2.2.2 In the same situation described in 5.2.2.1 but now there is no Country Manager other than competecomigo, then DM receives 10% of the total involved in this administrative region.

5.2.2.3 In case the route was sent by a User-employee, the DM receives 7.5% of the total involved in this route.

5.3Country Manager (CM):

5.3.1Rights and obligations of a Country Manager:

5.3.1.1Sections 4.1 to 4.1.4 are equally valid for Country Managers. A Country Manager can also use the digital platform www.competecomigo.com or the mobile application with the same name to participate in the various events with the same rights and obligations exposed in these Terms and Conditions that for a User-cyclist or User-Collaborator or District Manager.

5.3.1.2There can only be one Country Manager for each Country.

5.3.1.3The period that links the CM to its functions is 3 (three) months and competecomigo can let go after expiry of that time period. The CM has the right to request renewal for periods of 3 (three) months. After completing this period, the status of Country Manager is free to be occupied by any District Manager who is interested and respects the rules described in the previous point (5.2 and derivatives).

The functions of Country Managers are divided into four (4) major areas (5.3.1.4-7):

5.3.1.4Sending a course to be carried out in all the administrative regions where the CM is manager. The submission must contain a * .gpx file (path to be opened in Google Earth / MAPS application or GPS system), at least 20 (twenty) photographs taken at different points along the route and, if possible, sharing through similar service to the Dropbox of a video file. Alternatively, disclosure to competecomigo through a Youtube channel.

5.3.1.5Disclosure of competecomigo: competecomigo aestablishment of economic links to Country Managers who make themselves available to disseminate the company through static or dynamic advertising. On the basis of a relationship of trust with stakeholders, competecomigo will pay € 20 per hour up to a maximum of € 200 per month for static advertising. To this end, the Country Manager commits to filming the period of the disclosure, requiring the condition of movement outside the exposure. Only cars parked on busy streets and avenues are eligible. Dynamic advertising is paid at € 30 per hour, up to a maximum of € 300 per month. In this case only cars that are in motion and on busy roads are eligible. The images are uploaded via Internet sharing or sent to the official address of competecomigo. Any other advertising situation not indicated in these Terms and Conditions will be considered invalid without the right to any compensation or payment for the service performed.

5.3.1.6Call and Captivate Users to participate in the events of the Country that includes the National Free Mode where this one is CM but not the International Free Mode. After being accepted for competecomigo, the hierarchical figure CM has 3 (three) months "to show what is worth". In fact, having a percentage of the total involved in the administrative region defined in point 5.3.2, the more users who go through any event in the district where it is DM and in the National Free Mode where managed by this Country Manager, the more it earns.

5.3.1.7All actions from the creation of pages in facebook, maintenance of the official page of facebook of the company, creation of ads in facebook, twitter, description of events in instagram, inclusion in forums of publicity to competecomigo, discussion with the management of new ideas, new campaigns even new games, but also the possibility to change the website according to the legitimate expectations of the Country Manager and to create a single block to manage with its own subdomain will be strongly recognized by the administration ofcompetecomigo.

5.3.1.8 There is no hierarchical position superior to that of the Country Manager. However, exceptions, guarantees, new inclusions, new rights and effective permanence in the company will be discussed on a case-by-case basis with the Country Managers.

5.3.2 Paying CM: The Country Manager (DM) receives a variable percentage between 5% and 12.5% of the total involved in the whole Country where it is CM. This percentage varies as follows::

5.3.2.1 In the case of routes competecomigo or from the District Manager to competecomigo via e-mail, that is, the route was not sent by a User-employee and there is a different CM from the administration, then this CM receives 12.5% of the total involved in the Country where it is Country Manager in the Route Mode events and Free National.

5.3.2.2 In case the course has been sent by a User-employee, the CM receives 5% of the total involved in the Country where it is Country Manager in the National Mode and Free Mode events.

6. Real time Vs. Normalized time.

The aim of this section is to find the best (fairer) way of comparing the times of the timed training of the various Users. Of course it would be very unfair if the comparison were made without using as a variable the weight of the various bicycles. Several studies indicate that for every 1 kg removed from the bicycle, the rider earns 3 (three) minutes per km of climb. The form found, although simple, intends to compare the times obtained by the different Users using not the real time (tr), ie the time measured, but a time that is normalized with the weights of the heavier bicycle and of the respective User (tnorm). That is, tnorm, i = tr, i * Mmax / Mi, where Mmax corresponds to the highest weight of the bicycle that participated in a particular event, and Mi corresponds to the weight of the bicycle of User i. The feasibility of this expression is shown below:

6.1Let F, Fa, P, and RN on the inclined plane figure represented below are the vectors of the external force, frictional force, weight and normal reaction of the block on the plane.

Figure 1: Inclined plane where an external force (F) is applied to the mass block M (representing the bicycle). The friction force (Fa), the body weight (P) and the normal reaction of the body of mass M on the inclined plane are counted. The axis system used is also shown to illustrate the direction of movement.         

In the y-axis, it is found that the weight component equals the normal reaction because, according to the axis system shown, there is no movement in that direction. For the xx axis, we have vectorially, according to Newton's 2nd Law of Motion,

  • F+Fa+P=M*a(1)

On the other hand, in scalar writting:

  • F-Fa-Px=M*a(2)

Fa can be calculated from the expression μ * Rn where μ is the coefficient of static (or dynamic) friction. The y component of the weight equals the normal reaction because there is no motion in this direction and no more forces act along this direction, so Rn≡Py = M * g * cos (α). M * g is the weight definition of a body. As a rule, the coefficient of dynamic friction is less than the coefficient of static friction and these depend on the material where the mass is supported and all the microscopic characteristics that can affect the movement of the body. Px is the x-axis component of the weight, that is, M * g * sin (α) where α is the angle of the horizontal plane and the direction of motion. Thus, Eq. (2) becomes:

  • F-µ*M*g*cos(α)-M*g*sin(α)=M*a(3)

Simplifiying,

  • F=M*[a+g*(µ*cos(α)+sin(α)](4)

Transforming µ*cos(α)-sin(α) in b,

  • F=M*[a+g*b](5)

In order to compare the times (from the acceleration expressed in Eq. Above) for the same forces, we obtain:

  • MA*[aA+g*b] <=> MB*[aB+g*b](6)

Although mathematically the term g * b can not be eliminated it contributes in the same way on both sides of the previous Eq. Thus, at the limit, if g * b tended to zero, a simple relationship would be obtained between the masses of two bodies (two bicycles) and their acceleration (Eq. 7).

  • MA*aA <=> MB*aB(7)

It is immediately observed from Eq. 7 that the larger the mass of a bicycle the smaller its acceleration if the applied force is the same. Thus, if the mass of bicycle A is twice the mass of bicycle B, the acceleration of bicycle A will have to be half the acceleration of bicycle B in order for the ratio expressed in Eq. 7 to be valid. Assuming a constant decrease in velocity, as the mean acceleration in this situation is given by the ratio between the velocity variations and final and initial time, then Eq. 7 becomes:

  • MA*(vA,f-vA,i)/(tA,f-tA,f) <=> MB*(vB,f-vB,i)/(tB,f-tB,f)(8)

where VA (B) i, f and tA (B) i, f are the initial and final velocities of A and B respectively.

        

If the speed difference of bicycles A and B is the same, then the time of A must necessarily be twice the time of B for the equality of Eq. 8 to remain valid. In this way, if A represents the heaviest bicycle and B is the bicycle of another cyclist, the time that the cyclist of A takes to climb an incline ramp α will be double the time that cyclist B takes the same route . Disregarding the friction and other forces external to the cyclist system + inclined plane as is the case of the wind force, this conclusion is equally valid in the descent of inclined planes and even in a straight line.

The term "g * b" is now scribed above: returning to Eq. 4 and transforming the acceleration (a) into Δv / Δt where Δv and Δt are the variation of velocity and time and solving in order t (assuming that the initial time is null), results in:

  • t=Δv/(F/M - g*(sin(α) + µ*cos(α))) (9 a)

for going up and:

  • t=Δv/(F/M - g*(µ*cos(α)- sin(α))) (9 b)

for cycling down. Now consider a generic route shown in Figure 2 (a). This course was constructed using random increments in the position and elevation of consecutive points using a normal distribution.

Figure 2: a) Elevation as a function of distance traveled. It is a simulated route using the functions of random number creation with a normal distribution. b) Time spent by each section of an event of ~ 32 km.

Regarding the input data of Eqs. 9, the total times for bicycles with the masses 9 kg, 12 kg, 15 kg and 18 kg are compared. In addition, the lower value of the coefficient of static (est.) And dynamic (din.) Friction of the rubber over the asphalt is used, μest = 0.85 and μcin = 0.67. The reason is that the total start-up time is considered to be much less than the total time in motion mode, an applied force of 1000 N, a running speed of 30 km / h, that is, 8.3 (3) m / sec = 9.81 m / s2.

Figure 2 b) shows the simulated times taking into account Eqs. 9 a) and b) in each of the sections shown in figure 2 a). In order to obtain these times, the angle α between consecutive points in the several sections was determined. The times of 3132.2 seconds, 4247.0 seconds, 5406.0 seconds and 6615.3 seconds were obtained for the bikes with the weights of 9 kg, 12 kg, 15 kg and 18 kg, respectively. From these times spent, it is verified that this magnitude is directly proportional to the weight of the bicycle. The quotients between the sum of the times of the whole cycle of the heaviest bicycle (18 kg) with the rest are 2,112 (for the 9 kg bicycle), 1,558 (for the 12 kg bicycle) and 1,224 (for the 15 kg bicycle) . In order to compare the times of the various User-cyclists in a particular event the previous demonstration suggests that the ratio between the actual times of the respective User-cyclist of the heaviest bicycle be used. However, in this way the normalized time of each User-cyclist could only be presented at the end of each event since there is always the possibility of a new registration in competecomigo.com or the mobile application with the same name during the course of the event. In this way, it was decided to increase the weight of the heavier bicycle. A weight of 22 kg is therefore used. In case a User-cyclist with a bicycle weighing more than 22 kg has registered and proven, relevant information will be provided on the website competecomigo.com.

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