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*Special Notice:

This event is under Special Event Permit from the US Government Department of
Agriculture Bend Fort Rock Ranger District

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Updated info on this exciting event happening on a new proposed date of Saturday 9/5 and Sunday 9/6 2015 in Bend Oregon, Wanoga Snow park

 

Registration opens January 1, 2015 and are limited to 350 total participants for the 12 or 24 hr event

Start time: 10am for the 12 or 24 hr

 

What the price?

Juniors Discount (40%) per Junior

Earlybird January 1st 2015-April 1st

$200 Solo

$300 DUO,

$400 4 Person Team

$500.00 5 Person Team

$100.00 per person Corporate Team of 7-10

April 2nd through September 2nd

$225.00 Solo

$350.00 Duo

$475.00 4 person Team

$580.00 5 person Team

$ 100.00 per person corporate team of 7-10 max

Day Prior September 4th 1-4pm at Pine Mountain Sports add 10.00 per person

No day of registration

 

Divisions and categories 2015

24HR categories

Solo men 19-39, 40-49, 50+, 60+,SS

Solo Women 19-39, 40+,SS

Duo Men Open under 79 and under

Duo Men Veteran Over 80 (Both must be over 40)

Duo Coed

Duo Women Open under 79

4 Men Open (Under 159 years)

4 Men Veteran (Over 160 years)

4 Women Open (Under 159 years)

4 Women Veteran (Over 160 years)

4 Singlespeeds (Any age and one gear!)

5 Person Coed Open (Must have 1 women or 1 man)

5 Person Junior Team (any makeup man or women)

7-10 Corporate Team (Any makeup)

ALSO back for more the 12HR starting at 10am and last lap starting by 9:59 pm. Awards in the am after breakfast!

Categories are:

Solo Open Men

Solo Open Women.

Solo Men 50+

Solo Women 40+

Duo Open Men

Duo Open Women

Duo Men Veteran 40+ (Both Riders)

Duo Coed

Prizes for overall 1st place winners in Solo and duo

Where to Stay in Bend before or after if you are not camping

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About the event

Please remember that once you are entered all monies are non-refundable for any reason. All swapping of team members can be done online by the team captain prior to 8/15/15. All changes after noon on 8/31/15 will result in a 10.00 change fee.

Please make sure you are in good riding condition for the extreme nature of a 24 hr relay and make sure your bike is in proper working condition.

Food

We will have a Vendor  on Site for food purchases and also be cooking up pancakes for all of you fine folks on Sunday am.Of course pack a cooler with your finest beverages and we will supplement you with all the stuff needed to take on a 10.5 mile course.

 Light Charging

If you have both a Helmet and Bar mount you will be able to negotiate the singletrack much better! Also make sure to have a taillight (mandatory) and all lights need to be on your bike from 6:30pm on!

Details on Light Rental from our sponsor  Stay tuned for 2015 info!

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Rental Pricing is as follows from 2014, 2015 Prices to come and specials will be available for purchase on site.

Seca 1700 -

Seca 800 -

Stella 300-

Seca & Stella Combo-  Ryan White

Sponsorship & Event Coordinator

Light and Motion

RWhite@lightandmotion.com

 

 

 

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  • Mechanical Support for 24 hrs in our Tech Zone by Pine Mountain Sports
  • Thai on the fly food cart will be on Hand Saturday from 12pm as a Food vendor
  • Custom Event T-shirt produced onsite, and Pint Glass
  • Sunday am Pancake breakfast provided
  • Camping space for your Tent and Car, or RV (limited RV Space) Place on registration will denote pavement or dirt on a first come first served basis.
  • Great beer from Deschutes Brewery to give away to make the pain go away
    and to celebrate your accomplishments (over 21 please)
  • Custom Awards for 1st place teams and divisions and SOLO overall 3 deep with prizes
  •  $100.00 fastest day lap and fastest night lap men and women.

Cash purse for solo riders are as follows

  • Under 200 total riders (Light systems for 1st place overall man and women)
  • 200-250 riders 500.00 first place man and women
  • 251+ riders 500 first place man and women and 250.00 second place man and women

*minimum 3 participants for cash purse, prize will be substituted in lieu for top riders

What is Mandatory!

  1. 1.    Check in  1-4:30 pm Friday 9/4 at Pine Mountain Sports in Bend and or Saturday 7-9am at Wanoga Snow park  (Date is tentative and awaiting FS approval)
  2. 2.    Rider Meeting at 9am until 9:15 at the transition area (Pavement) at Wanoga Snow park Saturday
  3. 4.    First rider will start at 10am with a lemans start and the Team Baton. (300 meters to sort you out) Yes you can place your cycling shoes next to your bike and start with running shoes (not a bad choice) Things will thin out after a lap or 2 so be patient while on the trails and pass safely.
  4. 5.    The Finish line is chipped timed, meaning it will pick up your chip as you cross the line to proceed to the manual check in. DO NOT go back under the finish line, if you do your lap will be canceled. In addition we will have this area fenced off so if you are spectating please do not have any bike with a chip inside the fenced in area or where signs say to not go. We want to effectively time and track you.
  5. 6.    Do not litter on the course, its 1.5 hrs so please unload your used gels in the aide station area past the manual timing tent.
  6. 7.    Lights on bikes after 6:30pm and until 7am are mandatory with Bar/Helmet and Taillight (set on steady). Niterider makes an excellent taillight the Stinger or Cherrybomb (I run the Stinger)  You must have at least one primary light and the helmet is the best choice with all the singletrack you will be riding to see your way around, but really……you need both to be effective and have fun. (you can run with one or the other, but why when you want to have the best time)
  7. 8.    Rental of Lights: info coming soon  
  8. 9.    You must have a back up source of light at a minimum of 200 Lumens.

10.Check out more info on night riding at Light and Motion and support Pine Mountain Sports in Bend who carries these great lights

11.Camping will be allowed entrance anytime after Thursday 9/3 in the Wanoga Camping area and Metal Fire Pits are allowed if we are not in a fire restriction on pavement only. I will post any restrictions on the homepage and you can find me @ripleyoutdoors on twitter where I will update frequently for all the latest.

12.Areas will be designated for solo and DUO blocked off as to have the opportunity to be as close to the transition as possible and extra parking will be available as well in the dirt and marked.   If you come in late Friday (After 8pm) stay in the parking area and enter the camping area between 7am and 9am Saturday am.  Camp sites will be large enough for 3-4 tents and area to relax. We had plenty of room in 2011 and you can choose where you want to be. Toilets will be placed on both ends of the camping area and a total of 15 will be available plus pit toilets next to the blacktop.

13.LOCK DOWN will occur (sounds harsh) after 9:30 am Saturday am and no Cars will be allowed in or out to keep the dust down unless of an emergency (taking a teammate to the hospital) or other emergency. If so please drive as slow as possible. The area will be open to exit after 10am Sunday and once again please drive slow when leaving. Of course you should stay for your award or raffle prize.

 

More info: medics will be on site with Hammer Nutrition to Keep you going all night long.

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer requirement

This event takes quite a few people to make it run smoothly and racers and volunteers have stepped up over the years and each team of 4 or Team of 5 is required to supply 1 volunteer for a 2 HR shift. You will be asked when checking in on this 2 hr time frame to support

Being that the laps are an 50 minutes to 1:15 this should work out great for all who attend to keep the price of this event in check and assist with aid stations. After July 1st  please e-mail me and indicate your shift that you would like starting at 10am Saturday 7/11/15

The Course

The Course is a mix of fast cinder doubletrack and sweet twisty, fun singletrack for 10.5 miles each time around.  New course map posted soon!

The course winds from Wanoga Sno-Park and takes place on COTA built Tiddlywinks/Kiwa Butte and Dinah Moe Humm and some cindercone trails prior to the return to Wangoa.

Check the website for the course map, elevation, aide stations as this course could be altered to provide the best course possible

Turn by Turn Directions

Wanoga  (Map online)

Lap Times: Course was design for a fast rider to do a lap in under 50 min and most in 1 hr or so. Fastest rider from 2014 was 46 min!

 

Timing

Your Team Time and individual times will be tracked. In addition you are required to go through the manual timing to record your specific plate number. We want to make sure you are alive!

 

Aide Stations and Medical Services

ARES Radio group will be on site to control the action and make sure everyone is accounted for. Basic Medical support will be located on site. If you need a lot more than a bandage we reserve the right to send you to the hospital or call 911, so ride safe.  Please check in at the Red Tent on the blacktop for aide support.

 

Food at the Aide Stations will be and are not limited to the following:

Hammer Nutrition (HEED, Perpetuem, FIZZ)

PB and Jam later in the day and vendors on site to have some real food

Lunch/Dinner Vendor Saturday and Sunday will be on hand to give you the protein you need. You are on your own for Breakfast, and or you can partake in our Pancake feast Sunday morning free of Charge from our family. Vendors will include Thai on the Fly from Bend make sure to like them on facebook!

 Parking Do to dust please keep your speed down to 5mph. There will be room in the dirt for additional cars and if you do bring a rv please park it north and south in the pavement to allow more room for other RV’s. Please keep the amount of vehicles down to 2 per team max and please let me know if you have an RV. Any RV over 24 ft should park on the pavement.

 

Spectators can park in the lower lot of Wanoga  while space is available or in the upper lot if available Please make sure you have an annual Snow park permit. These can be obtained at many places in town including one of our bike shop sponsors (Pine Mtn Sports)

Team Roster

please tighten up your team roster and manage online until 8/31…….after that all Team trades are subject to a 10.00 fee or just make your team public and let others join

Waivers

We will e-mail you a waiver to bring to packet pickup and have each member sign to pick up your plate

Refund Policy

None allowed after entry

Transfer Policy

All l transfers are subject to 10.00 per transfer after 8/31

Sponsors

Many great Sponsors are on board for 2015 including the following

Your Mechanical support experts during the event and host bike shop from Bend. Dan and his crew will take good care of you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exclusive Wheel Sponsor of the Oregon 24
1 Set of wheel or Voucher will be give away post event

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Snow park permit other than Wanoga

There are 2 snow parks 1-1.5 miles from Wanoga – Swampy Lakes and Virginia Meissner, both of which require an annual (25.00) pass or a Weekend Pass (9.00).  These can be purchased at Pine MTN Sports or Sunnyside Sports. NO fee for Wanoga the weekend of the event

 

Packet Pickup

Friday 9/4 1-4:30pm at Pine Mtn Sports – 255 SW Century Drive, Bend, OR 97701.
Late Packet Pickup

Saturday 9/5 from 6:30-9 am at Wanoga Snow Park (Race Staging area)

T-shirts

Once again we will have the T-shirt press onsite and all Solo riders can get a T-shirt first from 8 am. T-shirts come with the event logo and you can upgrade to a sweatshirt and add some custom pre-designed sayings and or place your Team name and roster on the garment.

 

Race Start and Finish

The Race will start with a lemans start at 10am Saturday 9/5 and finish at 10am Sunday 9/6, The last rider allowed to start a lap will be at 9:59am Sunday 9/6.

Awards (1st place teams and or category winners and top 3 Solo overall for the 24 and 12 hr)

8am Sunday September 6th 12 HR awards

11:30 am Sunday September 6th 24 hr awards

12:30 pm Depart and or relax on labor day in Bend

Your Baton

Baton needed and assigned by the timer. A 15 Minute penalty will occur if this is lost. Solo riders do not have a baton

You must slow down and go under the limbo bar each lap (Please slow down) and check in with your baton prior to your exchange with your Teammate 300 yards later. Please take the time to have your lap count!

 

The Flow of the finish line

Each hard plastic plate will have your individual number on it  corresponded to your particular team that laps are being accumulated. These plate will have 2 chips placed on the back to time you coming across the finish line. After rolling across you will need to dismount (mandatory) under the limbo bar and go through the manual timing tent to record your plate and show your baton to the Judge.  If you are exchanging your baton with another teammate just check in by showing your baton and go out and give your baton to the next person racing outside of the finish area. NO need for the rider leaving on the next lap to come in the tent to check in.

The announcer will announce rider numbers as they come across the line. Please know your teammates numbers!

All riders waiting to go out on a lap must have their bikes Racked! No exception for the safety of the riders!

In some cases during the band or other times please pay attention and do not rely on use calling out “every name and number”

When your race is finished

Everyone can race as long as they want or 24 hrs at least, if you do stop racing prior 11am and do not go back out please inform the manual timing crew that this is the case. Everyone has the option to continue to go out on laps until the gun sounds at 11am on Sunday from the Chip timing area! ALL LAPS COUNT IF STARTED PRIOR TO 11AM FROM THE CHIP TIMING AREA. THIS IS WHERE YOU MUST MAKE IT TO PRIOR TO 11AM ON SUNDAY AM IN ORDER TO START ANOTHER LAP AT THE TRANSITION AREA.

Results

Results will be posted every 2 hrs from Saturday 7/11 at 12pm (first results) until Sunday 7/12 at 7am (2,5,8,11,2,5,8) After 7am another set will be produced at 8:30am with the most up to date standings. Any protests must be taken to the results area form of a written protest. Forms will be available onsite. In addition please track your laps, you know your team better than we do in most cases. Another word of advice: Do not assume because you have a big lead you are going to win or place. Last year a team rested the fastest person during the night and came back to take over the lead from a team who thought they had enough of a cushion.

 

Results Extra

Results will be based on most laps completed and the time finished on that lap

Team A finishes in 23:50 with 12 laps

Team B finishes in 24:10 with 12 laps

Who wins? Team A

Now its great that at least Team B finished with the same # of laps and that’s half the battle late in the game. What Team A was risking by not going out again is Team B coming across prior to 23:59 and then having to go out again, this could happen so know your lead.

Our friends at the Ultra Marathon Cycling Association want to track your SOLO results and include them in a National points race. Going the distance has many different meanings.

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Beer and festivities

Deschutes Brewery, is so supportive of cycling in the community will be providing great beer.   I will have Beer on hand for quite a few of you, but BYOB is in effect while you are camping and relaxing at your tent area.

Other great additions are coming to this event for 2015

 

Dispersed Camping/Garbage,ect

Unless we are in a fire restriction you are allowed to bring a fire pit for your camp fire, please make sure to pack out any ashes and dispose of your garbage in our dumpsters and recycling. I will notify you prior to the event of the fire status. Please follow @ripleyoutdoors for more info on fires and other last minute details. Please make sure to be in and set up prior to 10am. We have room for 300-500 with dispersed camping inside of Wangoa.

Dispersed Camping area guidelines

When entering the camping area check in at the tent just before the dirt in the upper bowl of Wanoga. You will be  allowed to enter after 11am Friday 7/10to go to your spot of choice. Solo spots will be marked off closer to the transition. Please do not drive over 5mph as the dust and wind can be just plain mean to others in the area. After 10:30am Saturday the area will be closed off and no traffic will be allowed in or out for the duration of the event until 10am Sunday 7/12. When leaving the area please maintain a 5mph or less attitude and check your area. These areas will be large enough for your car and tents.

 

Mandatory Quiet Time

Mandatory Quiet Hours are from 11:30pm until 7am. We want each one of you to have a great time but please respect these hours to rest and get your body ready for late night riding. Generators only in a portion of the Dirt area that is closets to the staging area and on the pavement.

 

Driving Directions

How do I get to the course and Wanoga Snow Park?


From Bend, travel west on SW Century Drive for approximately 12 miles towards Mt. Bachelor.  (The road name will change to Cascade Lakes Highway/46).  The venue is 7.7 miles from the Inn of the Seventh Mountain. Wanoga is the only Sno-park on the left side of the road.

From Sunriver, travel west on Highway 40 (S. Century Drive/Spring River Road) towards

Mt. Bachelor. Turn right on Highway 45 (Edison Ice Cave Road).  Travel approximately 11 miles until you hit Hwy46/Cascade Lakes Highway.  Turn right.  Wanoga Sno-Park is approximately 4 miles, located on the right-side of the road.

 

Tips on riding in Central Oregon (even when you’re not racing)

1. Skidding causes erosion.  Soils here can be very dry in the summer and are easily eroded by excessive skidding. We try to design and build trails with this in mind but mountain bikers should ride so that skidding and hard braking are minimized. Control your speed. Please also AVOID trails that are wet during the spring melting season.

2. Keep Singletrack SINGLE.  Most vegetation is fragile and very sensitive to trampling. When passing others stop your bike and put a foot down rather than ride around. This will avoid widening the trail unnecessarily. Use passing lanes whenever possible. When you stop for a break please remove your bike from the trail so others can pass without being forced to go off the tread of the trail.

3. Some trails can become crowded. – Runners, dog walkers, families, tour groups, racers, equestrians and recreational cyclists all share the same trails. Please be courteous to other users, and extend a friendly nod or “hello” when passing. You are not any more entitled to use these trails than anyone else even though it’s a race please behave and be friendly regardless of what the other trail users are doing.

 

4. Fast short knobs are a good choice here. Trail conditions can get loose so your front tire could have a bit more bite depending on your handling abilities. 2.0-2.3.

 

What to bring

  • Extra tubes, chains, brake pads, cables, derailleur, Tire
  • Full suspension is always nice but not necessary as the terrain is not super technical. Personal Opinion, a nice hardtail can be trusted, and any bike will be great.
  • An extra set of gloves are nice as the hours tick by.  I don’t need to tell you to bring LOTS of chamois’s cream
  • Please ride in the center of the trail to avoid blowing out corners
  • Special food – pack your cooler with the secret race fuel, and or 20.00 for vendor food to supplement your goods.
  • A small packable jacket and arm warmers to stash away – it’s easy to get hypothermic in a hurry if you go down and stop moving and the weather is always 10 degrees cooler up top.  Remember – the course is at ~ 5000ft elevation. When I did an early am race simulation, it was 61 in Bend at 5am and 38 at Wanoga in September last year. I know the temp will get down to possibly the mid 30’s at night.
  • Please bring your Tent, Sleeping Bags, matt for Bike Repair, Bike Stand, Cooler with Food, Water (we will have 800+ Gallons, but being self sufficient is nice) Extra Set of racing gear, extra socks, gloves, base layers, sunscreen, bug spray (sometimes necessary)
  • We will have solar showers set up from 10am until 1pm Sunday 9/6
  • Lights, please bring a main bar mount and a headlamp to wear while you ride. The trail twists and turns so much that just a bar mount is not the way to go.
  • Please have a taillight set on steady for your night lap as well, this is mandatory so riders can see you as they come up to pass

 

Be prepared for 80 degree day temps and 40 or so at night

A great sense of humor and a healthy dose of fortitude will help all to finish the race!

More to come as this event evolves

 

Mike and Andi and Crew

Mudslinger Events

 

Rules

An ultra endurance race is held under the General Rules and

Regulations of OBRA based upon National Standards

 

18.7.2 Race Bible

The Organizer, under the supervision of an OBRA Representative

and/or the Chief Referee, shall prepare a complete set of race

regulations (the race bible) that specify how each ultra endurance

race will be conducted.

 

18.7.3 Definitions

 

18.7.3(a) Le Mans start — a start where racers run to their

bicycles. The run should not be more than 200 meters. It is not

recommended for the run to go downhill.

 

18.7.3(b) Log Tent- Tent where racers log in and log out, hand the

baton to the registrar, and cancel laps.

 

18.7.3 (c) Transition area- area where riders completing a lap are

exiting the course and riders starting a lap are entering the course.

 

The Log Tent is located adjacent the transition area.

 

18.7.3(d) Team- a racing entity comprising of one or more racers

 

18.7.4 Team Captains

Each team will designate a team captain and co-captain. Team

captains will represent the team in all official correspondence and

communications before, during and after the event. The co-captain

may represent the team during the event when the captain is

unavailable. Only team captains and co-captains may file protests.

The team captain and/or co-captain must attend the pre-race

meeting.

 

18.7.5 Technical Assistance/Feed Zones

Ultra endurance races will designate an area for technical

assistance. This area may be the expo area, the camping

grounds, the hotel area or any area that is large enough to

accommodate all teams equally. Each team is permitted to have

only one area. This pit area must be set up in the designated

area. In the team’s technical assistance area, a racer may accept

support from anyone. Only team members and race workers are

allowed in the Log Tent / Transition areas while the race is being

conducted.

 

18.7.6 Assistance on Course

On the course racers may only receive mechanical assistance

from another registered racer. A rider providing assistance to

another rider must have entered the course under their own

power, either on foot or on a bicycle. Short-cutting the course is

not allowed. Notwithstanding 18.4.3(c) and 18.5, any rider who

has entered the course in support of another may bring equipment

and tools and may even swap bikes with the rider in need of

support. The cannibalizing of bikes is permitted in ultra endurance

racing.

 

18.7.7 Hand-ups/Feeds

Water and food (hand ups) may be supplied to a racer, by anyone,

anywhere on the course. Both the racer and persons providing a

hand up must stay well clear of the course during the hand up, so

as not to impede another racer.

 

18.7.8 Riding on Course

Only officially registered racers, credentialed media and event

staff may ride on the designated race course during the event.

 

18.7.9 Log-in

All solo competitors and the first racer for each team must log-in

at the Log Tent at least 5 minutes prior to the start of the race.

Batons will be handed out upon log-in if utilized or timing chips or

another approved method approved by the Chief Referee. Starting

racers must have their bikes pre-positioned in the Start/Finish

area. The event will use a Le-Mans style start.

 

18.7.10 Batons

Racers must log-in and log-out on each lap at the Log Tent. The

team baton or scoring device must be passed from the racer

logging out to the Registrar, who records the log-out time. The

log-out time of the first racer automatically becomes the log-in time

of the next racer logging-in regardless of whether or not there is a

racer ready to log-in.

 

18.7.11 Plates

Racers must display their official bike handlebar number plate

whenever on course. In the case of a bike swap, racers must

swap the bike number to the new bike prior to continuing the race.

 

18.7.12 Consecutive Laps

To ride a consecutive lap, the racer must log-out from the first

lap by passing the baton to the Registrar. After the Registrar has

recorded the log-out time for the first lap, and the log-in time for

the consecutive lap the racer will receive the baton back from the

Registrar. If this procedure is not followed, only one lap will be

counted. Solo racers must comply with this procedure to record

each and every lap.

 

18.7.13 Loss of Baton

Loss of the baton will result in a 5-minute time penalty which will

be applied to the team’s finish time on its last lap and will accrue

to the racer finishing that final lap. The Registrar will issue a new

baton.

 

18.7.14 Lighting

Racers entering the course two hours before sunset and up

to one-half hour before sunrise must have both primary and

secondary light sources installed and in good working order. The

primary light source must have a minimum rated power of 10

watts or more and be able to sustain this charge for 2 hrs. The

secondary or backup light source may be in the form of a penlight,

flashlight or other lighting system, preferably a helmet light or bar

mounted light source.

 

18.7.15 Lap Cancellation

Once on course, a racer is expected to complete the lap.

However, the team has the option of canceling a racer’s lap and

restarting the lap from the Log Tent with a substitute, should the

first racer be unable to complete the lap for any reason, including

injury. Any team member can cancel a racer’s lap by notifying

the team’s Registrar at the Log Tent and initializing the log sheet

next to the canceled lap. If a team cancels a racer’s lap and is

restarting with a new racer, a new baton will be issued without

penalty. However, the team’s original baton must be returned to

the registrar. The new racer inherits the log-in time of the canceled

racer’s lap. Once a cancellation has been made, it cannot be

rescinded. The canceled lap does not count as a completed lap.

 

18.7.16 Placing

Each team’s final placing will be determined by the number of laps

the team has completed and the sequential order of finish within

the team’s last lap. The last racer for each team must be logged in

before the end of the last hour in order for the lap to be counted.

Teams electing to stop racing before the end of the last hour must

inform the registrar of that decision. Once the registrar has been

informed of a team’s decision to retire from the race, no more laps

will be recorded.

 

18.7.17 Calling the Race

In the case of catastrophic failure due to weather or another

extenuating circumstance that prevents the ongoing scoring of

the event or creates a racing environment that is deemed too

dangerous for the participants, the race may be called as of

a certain time. Final results will be calculated based on each

team’s placement at the call time as determined by that team’s

last completed lap. This rule is intended to be exercised as a last

resort, only in the most dire of situations, when no other means is

available to continue scoring the event or when the potential for

serious harm or loss of life becomes imminent.

 

18.7.18 Ghost Rider

In the event that a racer stops to assist in the care of a seriously

injured fellow racer which requires an EMS response, Ghost Rider

procedures will be implemented. The EMS personnel will radio to

the Log Tent the name and number of the assisting racer. Race

staff will then inform the team of the assisting racer to prepare the

next rider on their team. That rider will be allowed to start his lap

based on the assisting racer’s “ghost rider” lap time which will be

based on the fastest of either the assisting rider’s average lap time

or the team’s average lap time.

 

18.7.19 Quiet Hours

Quiet hours will be imposed from midnight until 8 a.m. During this

time, noise must be kept to a minimum.

 

18.7.20 One Lap Requirement

Every team member must complete one lap except in the case of

a report of occurrence (confirmation of an injury)

 

Feel free to e-mail me with questions and thank you for entering the High Cascades 24

mike@mudslingerevents.com

541-225-7946


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