TRANSIBÉRICA ULTRACYCLING RACE 2019  |  REGLAMENTO

Trabsibérica Ultracycling Race

PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN:

info@transiberica.cc

REGLA#1 CIRCULA CON PRECAUCIÓN Y RESPONSABILIDAD

1.1 El evento transcurre por carreteras abiertas al tráfico, por lo que debes conocer y cumplir con las normas de tráfico locales en todo momento.

1.2 El uso del casco y luces delanteras y traseras es obligatorio.

1.3 Durante la noche es obligatorio el uso de un chaleco o prenda reflectante.

1.4 Está prohibido circular por autovías/autopistas.

1.5 Está prohibido circular por la “Ruta del Cares” desde Caín de Valdeón a Arenas de San Pedro.

La organización recomienda encarecidamente el uso de prendas claras y reflectantes durante toda la prueba.

REGLA#2 USA TU PROPIA ENERGÍA

2.1 Tan solo tú y tu bici, eso es todo.

2.2 En caso de emergencia médica o mecánica, puedes usar cualquier tipo de transporte para atenderla, pero después tendrás que regresar exactamente al mismo punto para continuar la carrera.

2.3 Está prohibido rodar a rueda de otro ciclista (participante o no). Esto significa que no puedes seguir a ningún vehículo o ciclista que pueda darte ayuda aerodinámica (esta regla no será aplicada durante la salida neutralizada o en la categoría parejas).

2.4 If for any reason you ride at the same pace as another rider, you must do it side-by-side. But remember this is an individual race and riding in group is not allowed.

2.5 Ferries allowed for crossing rivers.

RULE#3 BE SELF-SUFFICIENT

3.1 Transibérica Ultracycling Race is a bikepacking self-supported competition: Food, drink and belongings must be carried by you or acquired unplanned en-route.

3.2 Booking accommodation or any logistic support before the race is not allowed.

3.3 Support crew or virtual base-camps is prohibited. Unexpected and unrequested help en-route is allowed.

3.4 You are responsible for you own safety and logistics.

3.5 The pair is considered as a rider itself, they can share all the resources between themselves but external assistance is not allowed.

RULE#4 DESIGN AND FOLLOW YOUR OWN ROUTE

4.1 There’s no official route. You must ride from the start to the finish visiting all mandatory Checkpoints and segments. This means you decide your own route.

RULE#5 CONTROL YOUR TRACKER

5.1 Satellite tracking is just a service to follow the race online and to determine the final classification: During the event you are fully responsible for ensuring the correct use of it.

5.2 Turning off the tracker or long periods of inactivity without reporting to the ICE Mobile or official mail will imply exclusion from the event.

5.3 A refundable deposit of 50€ will be required for each tracker at registration against loss or damage.

REGLA#6 TÓMATE TU TIEMPO, PERO LLEGA A TIEMPO

6.1 El límite para terminar la carrera es el 17/Sep/2019 a las 22:00. Después de ese momento no existirá ningún servicio o asistencia oficial. A pesar de esto, si tu objetivo es completar la ruta, olvídate de la carrera y disfruta el camino.

RULE#7 TAKE OUT YOUR OWN INSURANCE FOR THE EVENT

7.1 The organization won’t provide any kind of insurance for the ride.

7.2 You must have valid liability, death, accident and health insurance valid during the event, covering emergency extraction and repatriation insurance.

7.3 Proof of insurance (POI) will be requested during the accreditation process, although it’s your full responsibility to ensure its valid.

7.4 Be aware that all liability rests on you. The organization will not held liable for any damage whatsoever that may occur directly and/or indirectly to you or other parties.

RULE#8 ACCREDITATION

8.1 It’s mandatory that you bring the following documents for the accreditation: ID document, POI, medical authorization and the signed official rider agreement.

8.2 Make sure you bring the following items for the check: Reflective vest, lights and helmet.

RULE#9 RESPECT THE VOLUNTEERS AND THE CREW

9.1 This project is possible thanks to the enthusiasm and commitment of all our volunteers. Please be nice to them, they have been working hard spending their time and effort to support this ride.

9.2 Bear in mind our volunteers can help and assist you at the Checkpoints, but they are not obliged.

9.3 Follow the crew indications, they just will do it just for your safety and the good progress of the event.

RULE#10 ACT IN THE SPIRIT OF A BIKEPACKING COMPETITION

10.1 The crew can impose time penalties for violations which be decided once the event is finished. But this shouldn’t happen.

When people ask us how can we ensure riders comply with the rules, we always answer the same: We can’t.

The honorable agreement is inherent to bikepacking competitions. This can be a fair event, it just depends on you.