Stage Classification

The 17km Individual Time Trial, Gran Fondo Classic and 113km Gran Fondo Century each have a Stage Classification.

For each age category, the cyclist who crosses the finish line first is the ‘stage’ winner and receives a trophy.

All riders that cross the finish in the same peloton are credited with the same finish time. At each real break a new time is recorded.


General Classification

Racers overcome rain and Bintan’s hills in the Gran Fondo Classic

The 17km Individual Time Trial, Gran Fondo Classic and 113km Gran Fondo Century count towards the General Classification.

For each age category the cyclist with the fastest accumulated time is the winner, and receives the Yellow Jersey.

The Yellow Jersey is awarded after every stage and must be worn in the following stage.

The Top 3 riders of the General Classification at the end of the Tour de Bintan receive a trophy.


Sprints Bonuses

  • Scherwey and Richardson the fastest as 2019 Tour de Bintan kicks off with ITTSprint bonuses are awarded to the first three cyclists across the finish line, and two intermediate sprint points, during the Gran Fondo Classic and Gran Fondo Century.
  • The first three cyclists of each category that pass these points earn bonus seconds for the General Classification

1st — 10 seconds

2nd — 6 seconds

3rd — 4 seconds


Team Classification

ALL team cyclists can earn points towards a team ranking by finishing the 17km ITT, Gran Fondo Classic, 113km Century, 82km Challenge and 52km Discovery. Finishing top 5 or top 20% in the age category earns more points, see table here.

The top-3 male and female teams with the highest total points receive a trophy.

For more information, visit the Teams page.