Senna Sin (Karting racer, driver, coach)

Hello, my name is Senna Sin and I'm 31 years old. I love motorsports a lot but didn't have a chance to experience it until I went to a kart circuit in Hong Kong. After several times I tried karting and racing, I want to have a change in my career so I decided and looked forward to change my job and become a professional driver in the near future.

The first time I drove a kart was at the age of 25. The same year, I received the best lap record at the Diamond Coast International Kart Circuit. I had won several different types of races in the year of 2008 – including the 2 Hrs Endurance Kart Race, and the YJI Cup. I also achieved an overall standing of first place for the Chicken Kart King Championship and the Hong Kong Kart Club Championship. My first experience in driving a formula car was at the end of 2008 when I went to Zhuhai to join the Formula Racing School with FRD.

At 2012 I am a founder of the Hong Kong Racing School for Motorsports. I hope they can learn something from my experience and looking forward the motorsports will become more and more popular in Hong Kong.

Chewy (BMX rider and coach)

I began riding at 4 years of age and never looked back. I have always ridden my bikes for enjoyment and try to be the best a dvocate for the sport I can be by encouraging everyone young and old to get involved at all levels.

I raced go-karts at a young age for several years and spent the past 6 years racing Down Hill MTB and BMX. I have ridden Trials, and Freestyle BMX as well as Moto-X in Australia before traveling Europe with my BMX in a van for 3.5 years. I coached Junior tennis for 2 years and developed several programs including 'Wimbledon Weenies' on Australia's Gold Coast.

Recently I have been fortunate enough to have the support from a Hong Kong BMX shop, BMX Evolution and I am very grateful for the opportunity to represent my first team!! Also a big thanks to DC Shoes, Garmin, Geigerrig, Muc-Off, DVO Suspension, Onza Tires, Stream Trail, Acti-Tape, & Dosun for the best riding gear available. 

I now own a coaching business that teaches children as young as 2 to ride on two wheels. Sharing my passion for the sport makes me happy. Ride On!

Daniel Lucidarme (BMX rider and coach)

Daniel Lucidarme is the founder/creator of BMX Evolution. BMX Evolution is committed to becoming a key part of the sport of BMX racing in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific. His aim is to bring the best choice of top quality complete bikes, frames, parts, and protective race gear from the world’s leading brand names to racers in this part of the world.

BMX Evolution is a 100% rider owned and 100% rider run business and actively involved in BMX and downhill racing. They constantly evaluate and test different brands and products as they consider that if they can’t see how a particular product would be good for them or their customers, they wouldn’t want to sell it.

BMX Evolution workshop is fully equipped and so is their expert knowledge of bike repair and maintenance. An active hotspot for bike maintenance and repair know how, as well as some very useful tips and tricks for your bike make the BMX Evolution workshop a great place to get work done on your bike, whether you just need a replacement part fitted, or a complete custom bike or wheel set put together.

Ying (triathlete, runner and ultra marathoner)

Mar.2014 Yi Shan 100km 15:51
May.2014 City Orienteering Team Champion
April.2014 UTMF Finished
April.2014 Round The Island Relay Team champion (new record)
April.2014 Aquathlon Race 1 1st runner-up
Mar.2014 HSBC Water Race Team Champion
Mar.2014 Outward Bound Advance Race Team Champion
Mar.2014 Duathlon Race 2 Champion
Mar.2014 MSIG 50 Sai Kung Team Champion
Fed.2014 LBC 14 Mixed Team Champion
Jan.2014 Green Power 25 km Team champion (broken the record)
Jan.2014 HK100 13:05
Jan.2014 Ngong Ping Charity Walk Mixed Team Champion
Jan.2014 King of the Hill 4th runner-up


Project852 (cycling)

Garmin is proud to sponsor the newly created Hong Kong Cycling Team – Project852. The sponsorship of Project852 is doubly exciting as it brings a whole new concept to Hong Kong amateur cycling by combining multiple cycling clubs to form an event-based team.

Conceived by three Hong Kong cyclists, Rupert Griffiths, Aron Åkesson and Clinton Leong, Project852 brings together riders from multiple Hong Kong clubs for overseas stage races. The seasoned gents had noticed that riders at these competitive events were all too often split into small teams, or even racing solo and wanted to create an inclusive team.

Instrumental in the forging of friendship across the clubs- Dragons, Tritons, SIRS and Colossi, Rupert, who finished 3rd in category 2 of the Tour de Bintan last year, comments: “The team element is critical at these tough multi-day events – riders not only need to help each other but they can also put together team strategies to go for the win . By removing historical club rivalry and combining riders from Hong Kong under one banner, we will form a stronger and more capable team.”

Hong Kong National Triathlon Team

Triathlon is one of Hong Kong's Eleven Focus Sports, a status which has been achieved as a result of the highly successful international performances of our triathletes in recent years. The Association enjoys generous support from the Hong Kong Sports Institute and Leisure & Cultural Services Department, as well as various commercial sponsors as Garmin.

The Hong Kong Triathlon Association has as a mission to:
  • Encourage widespread participation in triathlon and related multi-sport activities;
  • Nurture a successful squad of elite triathletes and duathletes;
  • Spot and foster the potential of younger triathletes and duathletes;
  • Develop proficiency in coaching, race direction and associated technical aspects of triathlon;
  • Promote public awareness of triathlon and related multi-sport activities;
  • Secure a sound future, in terms of financial, human and technological resources, for the continued development of triathlon in Hong Kong.