200 (BIKEPACKING) MILES AROUND SLOVENIA
- There are no comments on the rules. Whoever disagrees with them cannot enter the race.
- ”200 (bikepacking) miles around Slovenia” is bikepacking race.
- Riders must complete the full course from start to finish.
- Riders must be fully self-supported and not receive any private outside assistance.
- The principle of equal opportunities means that you can only take care of yourself where everyone else is. The same goes for rest, cycling services,…
- Drafting is prohibited. Exception registered pairs.
- Riding in pairs means that both riders ride together at all times and should not be more than 100 m from each other. If one of them resigns, the other can continue riding, finish the race as finisher, but cannot be placed in the solo category.
- All forward travel must be by bicycle or by walking.
- Electric bikes are prohibited.
- All riders are required to carry GPS tracker.
- Route: Start and finish are known, there are mandatory points and/or sections that the rider must carry. Each rider prepares the rest of the route himself.
- The route has to be only in Slovenia.
- It is expected of all riders to know, respect and observe local laws.
- Riders must act in the spirit of adventure, speed and above all fun.
- If you do not have a proper front and rear light and a reflective vest, then driving in the dark and poor visibility will not be allowed.
- All bikes and mandatory equipment have to pass a check up before the start.
- The use of a helmet is mandatory all the time throughout the ride.
- Any violation of the rules will be punished. The amount of the penalty will be in time increment and will be imposed upon arrival at the destination. Some violations will be sanctioned by disqualification and some by life-long disqualification.
- No insurance, no ride.
- Zero tolerance of doping, fraud and non-compliance with basic bikepacking principles and to disregard for high ethical and moral standards.
- No prize money.
- Make yourself visible to other road users at the night with reflective stickers on your bike and illuminating elements on your clothes.
- Make yourself visible to other road users at daytime with good visible clothes.
Don’t listen to music with earphones while riding.