After you've started logging miles, captains may invite you to join their team. If this happens, you'll be sent a message. Pending invitations are also displayed on your dashboard. If you'd like to take a more proactive approach, you can view and apply to teams by clicking the competition tab. When you find a team you'd like to join, click Apply. You'll then have the opportunity to send the team captain a message. Your pending applications are displayed on your dashboard.
Click on the Competition tab. Three new links appear below. Hover over the Teams link and click on Create a Team, which brings you to the Create Your Team form. Use the form to enter your team name and description and upload an avatar. Save your team by clicking the Create Team button.
Under the Competition tab, hover over Teams and click on Manage Your Teams. Your teams are listed below. Each team has three actions listed. Clicking on the Invite Players link will redirect you to the Invite Players page. Search for riders using their username, location or tags. Otherwise, all registered riders are listed at the bottom of the page. Click on the rider’s name to find out more, then click Invite to send an invitation. Riders will only appear on your roster once they’ve accepted your invitation.
Once you've set up a team, it's time to join a competition. Open competition are listed at the top of the Competitions page. You can find out more about a competition's settings and rules by clicking their name. Once you've determined which competition suits you best, click "Apply to Competition" next to their name.
Select which of your teams you would like to join the competiton from the pulldown list. You will only be able to sign up teams that you are the captain of.
A message will be sent to the competition’s creator, who will then approve or reject your request. You will be notified as soon as they have made a decision.
Click on the Competition tab and hover over the Leagues link. Clicking on Create Competition brings you to the Create Competition form. There you enter your competition’s name and description and set up custom parameters.
In a League competition teams compete in a round-robin-style tournament. Two teams compete in each game, with the number of games in each round determined by the number of teams in the league.
Challenge parameters are the settings for your challenge. You can use the default parameters offered, or customize to your needs.
League parameters are the settings for your league. You can use the default parameters offered, or customize to your needs. For example, you can change the number of teams in your league, the number of players on a team, the length of games or which rides are eligible for scoring. League parameters allow Greenlight to be as simple or involved as you’d like.
After clicking the Personal tab, click on Your Profile to manage your profile information. You can change your email & password, location, profile tags, or profile picture.
On the Manage Your Profile page (see above), click the change link below your avatar to upload a new picture. You can choose one of our pre-made avatars, or upload an image from your computer. Avatars are limited to jpeg, gif or png files with 94 x 118 resolution.
Profile tags are words you use to describe what type of rider you are. For example, you may want to identify yourself as a commuter or a mountain biker. You might want to identify the type of bike you ride, e.g. singlespeed vs. road. When creating a team or league, you can search for riders using their profile tags.
Ride tags denote what type of trip you’ve taken when logging miles. This allows you to keep specific records of how you’re using your bike. Also, when setting up team or league parameters, you may limit scoring trips to specific ride types or invite players based on the types of trips they routinely take.
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At the bottom of your dashboard is the Invite a Friend button. Clicking this button will allow you to send a message to your friends inviting them to join in the competition.
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