Participate in a Naviki Contest! Here's how.
Find contests in your Naviki app
On the Naviki start view tap on 'Settings'.
Log in and select 'Contests'
Firstly log in at the Naviki app, then select 'Contests'.
You have to be registered at Naviki in order to log in.
Select a contest
In the view 'Contests' select the contest you want to join.
Activate the switch 'I'm participating' – that's all you have to do to take part.
Naviki automatically includes all recorded trips in the contest ranking, even those you recorded during the contest period before you declared participation.
In case you leave a team and select a new team instead, all recorded trips will disappear from the ranking for the team you left. They will count for the new team you selected or set up instead.
Cycle and record your trips
Before you start a bicycle trip, simply tap 'Record trip' on the Naviki start view (see screenshot on the left) or on the contest view (see screenshot below).
After you finished a trip, tap the pause button and then the stop button in order to save the trip.
If you use Naviki to navigate on a planned route, it automatically records your trip. Tap the pause button and the stop button to save your route after such trips as well.
Naviki automatically includes all recorded trips in the contest ranking. If one of your trips doesn't count for the contest, please visit "My routes in this contest" and check the contest rules.
Tap on "Rankings" in order to see the up-to-date number of kilometres as to the different ranking categories of the contest.
Naviki automatically includes all recorded trips in the contest ranking. If one of your trips doesn't count or if it counts with a reduced amount of km, please check "My routes in this contest" and the contest rules.
You can start recording trips from this view by tapping the button on the very top right.
Select or set up a team by tapping 'My Team'.
Rules of current contests
- Rules of the Academic Bicycle Challenge (ABC) ...
- Rules of the Glasgow Cycling Contest (GCC) ...
- Rules of the Lille Cycling Contest ...
- Rules of FHahr Rad! by Münster University of Applied Sciences ...