RULES AND REGULATIONS
The event management will secure and be responsible only for riders riding between the leading vehicle and
the SAG vehicle. Riding outside of these bounds is forbidden.
Participants who will pass the lead vehicle or stray behind the SAG vehicle at the rear will not be under the
organizers’ responsibility and will not be considered as insured participants.
No littering on course: it’s illegal! Riders are to dispose of garbage in designated garbage bins only.
Organizers reserve the right to change or modify the cycling routes according to police instructions or due to
weather conditions such as floods, fog, rain, strong winds, etc.
Authority 1: The organizers have the right to check participant’s bicycles prior the start.
Authority 2: The organizers have the right to prevent a rider from participating in the event as well as to cease
his/her participation during the event without providing any explanations or reasons.
Helmets and shoes are mandatory. All cyclists should equip themselves with two filled drinking bottles and a basic tools kit. A rider who will not follow these rules will be immediately removed from the course. It is strongly recommended to wear glasses to protect your eyes.
Each participant should have clothing suitable for the anticipated weather in the area. In case of rain, all participants should equip themselves with clothing suitable for wet weather.
The participants should be able to handle basic repairs by themselves. A technical crew will assist where possible.
Riders are asked to stay on the designated route at all times. It is forbidden to shorten or to divert from the cycling course.
Follow traffic rules.
Stay in the right lane, close to the right hand shoulder. A rider who chooses to stop while on course should signal riders behind them and pull over safely outside the course, on the other side of the right margin. No littering on course: it’s illegal and dangerous. Riders are to dispose of garbage in designated garbage bins
A rider who decides to drop out of the event must notify the organizers as soon as possible. Notification can be given to a marshal or commissars along the route, or to the vehicle at the rear.