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RACE RULES

  • Riders are required to compete on all four stages

  • A combination of the four best times of each course will form the result.

  • Riders can only use one frame and fork setup during competition

  • Each bike will have an official decal placed on the frame and fork leg prior to race runs.

  • Riders without the official decals will not be permitted on any race course during competition

  • All bikes must have front suspension and two working brakes

  •  Wheelsets/tyres can be changed in the pit area

  • Repairs and maintenance can be performed by mechanics/riders in the designated pit area.

  • Suspension repair can only be performed in the pit area

  • Riders can perform basic repairs off the racing line on the outside of the race tape, but with no outside assistance

  • There is no limit to the amount of runs a rider can do within the allocated time slot; however a rider must post a minimum of one time on each course to post a result

  •  Full face helmets and knee protection are mandatory for ALL competitors

  • Gloves, Knee protection and covered elbows are mandatory for riders under the age of 17

  • Passing is allowed and will be explained along with other specific race regulations at the competitor briefing

  • Reruns or disputes can only be resolved by the Race Director and Chief Commissaire. Their decision is final

  • All competitors must attend the rider briefing

 

 

  • Racing begins with time trials: two runs, combined times

  • The number of riders advancing to the Elimination Finals, and seeding, will be determined for each category, based on registration totals and the results of time trials.

  • Winner of the head-to-head, two-run differential-time race will advance to the next round.

  • Full face helmets and knee protection are mandatory for ALL competitors

  • Gloves, Knee protection and covered elbows are mandatory for riders under the age of 17

  • Reruns or disputes can only be resolved by the Race Director and Chief Commissaire. Their decision is final

  • All competitors must attend the rider briefing

ALL RULES ARE UP TO THE DISCRETION OF THE RACE DIRECTOR AND/OR COMMISSAIRE THEIR DECISION WILL BE FINAL