Fanta Bar Ciclismo

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About this game

Fanta Bar Ciclismo is a free sports fantasy game dedicated to cycling.

Choose your favorite riders and challenge your friends in over 51 different competitions, including all the great laps, the best classics and week-long races!

To play, just register and log in with your credentials.


1) Team: based on the type of stage, each rider or team (in the case of team time trials) will be assigned a number of stars from 0 to 4, according to the characteristics of the riders and the stage. For each stage it will be possible to select 8 riders:

2 slots for captain and vice captain (max 4 stars)
6 slots for wingmen (two max 3 stars, two max 2 stars and two max 1 star)

NB: The denomination captain, vice captain and wingman is purely indicative and does not foresee any difference in the calculation of scores.

Before a race starts (excluding the classics), it is necessary to aim for the final general classification. The same points will be awarded as for the normal stages, depending on the final position of the chosen riders.

It will be possible to place bets starting from 4 pm on the day of the previous stage until the starting time of the stage.

2) Roles: each runner is assigned one or more roles to identify their characteristics:

Sprinter (V)
Finesseur (F)
Passista (P)
Passista Climber (PS)
Climber (S)
Cronoman (C)

3) Stages: each stage will be identified by an abbreviation defined on the basis of the type of route, ranking or race.

Stage races or one-day races:

PP: Totally flat route. The classic course suitable for a sprint finish for pure sprinters.
PS: Flat course with arrival that presents some difficulties that could cut out the pure sprinters in favor of the more resistant ones.
MP: Route favorable to finisseurs or fast wheels particularly resistant to small climbs.
MS: A rough course with a challenging finish for finisseurs able to sprint uphill.
AP: Mountain route with a flat finish.
AS: Mountain route with uphill finish.
CP: Flat individual time trial or prologue.
CM: Individual time trial move.
CS: Team time trial.
CLP: Classic on the cobblestones.
CLM: Classic on cobblestones with walls.

General rankings of a stage race:

GGT: General classification of the stage race (not big laps).
GGG: General classification of great laps.

4) Scores: in each stage points will be awarded to the first 15 classified (or teams in case of team time trial):

60 points to the first classified
45 points per second
30 points to the third
25 points per quarter
20 points per fifth
15 points to the sixth
12 points to the seventh
10 points to the eighth
8 points to the ninth
6 points per tenth
5 points to the eleventh
4 points to the twelfth
3 points to the thirteenth
2 points to the fourteenth
1 point to the fifteenth

Flying milestones (stage races only):

3 points to the first rider who will pass first to a flying finish line (if only one) or 2 points if more than one is foreseen.

Switching to the GPM (stage races only):

5 points to the rider who will pass first to the HC (eg Cima Coppi)
4 points to the rider who will pass first to a 1st category
3 points to the rider who will pass first to a 2nd category
2 points to the rider who will pass first to a 3rd category
1 point to the rider who will pass first to a 4th category

Shirt-winning bonus (stage races only):

10 points to whoever will win the leader's jersey of the general classification
5 points to whoever wins another leader's jersey (points classification, mountain, best youngster)

In case of game platform malfunctions or other technical problems, we reserve the right to cancel one or more stages if there are no equal opportunities for all participants.

What are you waiting for? Install the app now and enjoy!
Updated on
Aug 11, 2022

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