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You have heard about it you may have watched the video. You are now moments away from entering the Scottish Enduro event with the crazy mass-start stage down a snow slope start. Macavalanche is an epic stage Enduro race that takes place on the stunning Glencoe Mountain in Scotland. It’s renowned for its big scenery, friendly vibe and the  ‘mass start’!

NEW for 2018 is the Macavalanche after party! Another reason that you must make sure you got an entry. After prizegiving it will be time to retire to the cafe for pasta and garlic bread, share stories of the day, ponder the season ahead, have a few beers if you wish and listen to some great music brought to you by (To Be Announced)

Glencoe Mountain Resort is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty on Rannoch Moor and offers stunning views of the iconic Buachaille Etive Mor. In summer the centre offers fantastic mountain biking trails and home cooked food in the log cabin cafe. In winter it is home to one of the two ski stations in the Outdoor Capital of the UK

Macavalanche is one hell of a race, big mountain stages, topped of with mass start action where fortune favors the brave.

Enduro Mag opened its race report  from 2017 with following paragraph:

"If there is ever a race to put on the bucket list, it’s the No-Fuss Macavalanche. A white-knuckle thrill ride down the open flanks of Glencoe mountain. A fusion of an enduro and DH race with a splash of mass start chaos and Scottish flair added in for good measure, it has become one of our favourite races on the calendar."

The Uplift enduro format has been around in Europe for many years, No Fuss Events introduced this event way back in 2011, 2011 was the only year to date that we used Helicopter uplift to get riders to the top of the mountain. Since then the race has been polished and refined (as much as you can polish and refine what is possibly one of Scotland’s harshest environments). In 2017 the race was opened for 300 entries and as in other years it sold out quickly. For 2018 we have restricted entries to 250 so you will need to be ready when entries open.

The two  stage format in 2016  including the mass start stage produced a fastest time of a 16mins and 55seconds of racing for the winner. The uplift facilities provided by Glencoe Mountain Resort to access some of the rawest racing and riding experiences in the UK, with snow, mass start and open mountain this is one hell of a day out.

Enduro Mag in 2016 said “As riders arrived one by one it was clear that all were stoked, more like the finish of the mega or an epic alpine stage, we had never seen such excitement, fist bumps and high fives were everywhere! In a year where enduro has raised its game, the No Fuss team have brought us something uniquely Scottish, and long may it continue.”

The race format is quite simple: seedingon  of blind stage/s at Glencoe Mountain to determin your start positions for the  final stage which runs  from high on the mountain side back down to the resort base.




Registration will be open from7.30am.  Here you will pick up your number boards, be given details of the trails, timing chips and other relevant details. Once you have collected your number board you can retire to the cafe for the legendary Glencoe Breakfast Roll and a Tea or Coffee, its all includded in your entry fee.

There will be a race briefing at 8.15am.  Attendance is compulsory.  After this everyone will head up to the start of Stage 1, which will open at 9am. With first uplift at 8.30am. Full details  of stages opening and closing will be included in participant notes.

How to get there

Glencoe is situated on the A82, 26 miles south of Fort William, 74 miles north of Glasgow and about 100 miles north-west of Edinburgh.

For more detailed information on how to reach Glencoe Mountain Resort by car, please visit the following site: Glencoe Mountain Resort

Where to stay

nearest to the race: Glencoe Accomodation

nearest to the nightlife ;-) Visit Fort William

Also check out the Outdoor Capital of the UK


- Uplift start running from 0830 am
- Race start - stage 1 - 10.00 am
- Last stage - mass start - 3.00 pm
(all approximate times)

Prizegiving approximately 5.00pm

Facilities on Site

Bike wash
Hobbit house accommodation on site
Kings House Hotel nearby


Macavalanche is blind racing therefore no course maps will be made available. Stages will be set to maximise the mountain  and the conditions  on the weekend of the event.

Who's Coming

This is a list of entries for this event. If you think you should be here and you are not then let us know.

Senior Woman 22 - 39

1)  GB   Army Cycling   -  Jenni Rennie
2)  GB   Cat(astrophe)  -  Cat Hirst
3)  GB   Felldoon Racing  -  Nic Fell
4)  GB   Withington Cycles  -  Sam Hewitt
5)  GB   Swindon Mountain bike Enthusiasts  -  Claire Dorrian

Junior Men 16 - 18

6)  GB   MucOff / Knox Armour / Royal Racing Roots  -  James Digges La Touche
7)  GB   Bike Scene  -  Keevan  Edwards
8)  GB   Progression Bikes Racing  -  Ed Yearsley
9)  GB   110% bikes  -  Tom Needham

Senior Men 19 - 29

10)  GB   NEnduro Racing  -  Ben Jolly
11)  GB   NEnduro Racing  -  Peter Lincoln
12)  GB   Rother valley riders  -  Daniel Richardson
13)  GB   Gym Elite  -  Lee ryan
14)  GB   Bikepark Dent  -  Thomas Moore
15)  GB   Bikepark Dent  -  Aidan Coulthard
16)  GB   Carl Hall  -  Carl Hall
17)  GB   No Forkin Chance  -  Rob Minnican
18)  GB   Leyburn Bikes  -  Sam Holmes
19)  GB   Leyburn bikes   -  Joe Forrest
20)  GB   #soenduro  -  Jodie Darren Hall
21)  GB   ZRO FKS GVN  -  James Burns
22)  GB   ..  -  Steven Craig
23)  GB   SCC  -  Tom Rattray
24)  GB   Bogtrotter  -  Ragnar Lochhead
25)  GB   ACS Prestwick   -  Grant  Seditas
26)  GB   Fukknows  -  Michael  Turnbull
27)  GB   BGR  -  Bob Allan
28)  GB   Team Caledonian   -  Rew Ferguson
29)  GB   Team Caledonian   -  Cameron Turnbull
30)  GB   Team Caledonian   -  Grant  Walker
31)  GB   Team Caledonian  -  Josh Harniess
32)  GB   6 & Two 4s  -  Craig Falconer
33)  GB   Shandy Bandits  -  Tom Dennis
34)  GB   0  -  Richard Bryan
35)  GB   Basecamp Bikes / The Cycle Jersey  -  Donald Rodgers
36)  GB   Adventure Scotland  -  Scott Moffat
37)  GB   Strath MB  -  Conan Finch
38)  GB   Strath MB  -  Ben Kirkland
39)  GB   Scott Russell Factory Racing  -  Scott Russell
40)  GB   110% Bikes  -  jamie bew
41)  GB   Bike & Spanner   -  Lewis  Crolla
42)  GB   Team S.L.U.T  -  Jonathan ‘powerhouse’ Dixon
43)  GB   123  -  Duncan Short
44)  GB   0  -  Oliver Raine
45)  GB   The Billyboabs  -  Gavin Middlemiss
46)  GB   The Billyboabs  -  Daniel Stewart
47)  GB   Basecamp Bikes/Merida Bicycles U.K.  -  Kyle Beattie
48)  GB   Launching loosedogs   -  Ryan Berg
49)  GB-SCT   AE Bike Shop  -  Calum  McCubbing
50)  GB-SCT   Lewis Cochran  -  Lewis Cochran
51)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Stuart  Mackay
52)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  James  Slater
53)  GB-SCT   Thunder Horse Cartel   -  Lee  Morrison
54)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Lewis  Crowther
55)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Declan  O Conner
56)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Simon  Ross
57)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Jason  Gillespie
58)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Dan  Gilmore
59)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate / Stogies   -  Lewis  Swift
60)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate / Stogies  -  Ruairidh Fraser
61)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Scott  Allan

Master Men 30 - 39

62)  GB   Team RSD I have the best Girlfriend ever.  -  Lee Summers
63)  GB   Team Bike Scene  -  Neil Phillips
64)  GB   Peddlers Cycles  -  Jez Founde
65)  GB   Team IIU  -  Lee Cowen
66)  GB   Icycles  -  lewis cowe
67)  GB   I.I.U  -  David Winchester
68)  GB   Variables  -  Kevin McGee
69)  GB   team mat  -  mathew rennison
70)  GB   NEnduro Racing  -  Jamie Walsh
71)  GB   NEnduro Racing  -  Jeff Doran
72)  GB   Bikescene  -  Carl  Simpson
73)  GB   Wham bam!  -  Henry  Stam
74)  GB   NEnduro racing  -  Peter Kell
75)  GB   Melloworks RSD BIkeRemedy  -  Craig Macdonald
76)  GB   Eston rollers  -  Richard Tombling
77)  GB   Eston rollers   -  Peter Taylor
78)  GB   Eston rollers   -  Michael  Tombling
79)  GB   John80  -  John McCormack
80)  GB   Thunder Horse  -  Douglas London
81)  GB   Awesome super great epic team  -  Euan Davidson
82)  GB   Rough rider  -  Fraser Kingscott
83)  GB   Get Off The Road  -  Dave Lawson
84)  GB   IIU  -  Matthew Thomas
85)  GB   Bike park Dent  -  Andrew Fielding
86)  GB   TNR  -  Paul Barnes
87)  GB   Island Monkeys  -  Alex Brown
88)  GB   Island Monkeys  -  Andy Fayle
89)  GB   Wye Valley Warriors  -  John Hayes
90)  GB   Team with No Name   -  Nick saffer
91)  GB   Team with No Name   -  Nick saffer
92)  GB   Cheaper than a horse  -  Richard Meers
93)  GB   Cmd  -  Chris Deller
94)  GB   FMOCrew  -  Robert Anthony
95)  GB   Local boy   -  James Kitchen
96)  GB   Kamikaze Craig   -  Craig Rees
97)  GB   Marshy  -  Andy  Marsh
98)  GB   Scc  -  Andrew Doig
99)  GB   SCC  -  David Rattray Paterson
100)  GB   Biltong  -  Morne van Niekerk
101)  GB   RAD Bike Shack  -  Andy Schofield
102)  GB   RAD Bike Shack  -  adam crawshaw
103)  GB   All on my lonesome  -  Colin Walker
104)  GB   Mcboab Racing  -  Ross Lorimer
105)  GB   HG2  -  James Pacey
106)  GB   JDW RACING  -  Jamie Wilson
107)  GB   No Fuss Team   -  Mike  King
108)  GB   Team Christoph  -  Chris Tayler
109)  GB   Yeh  -  Richard  Andrews
110)  GB   Two Idiots  -  Joe Kennedy
111)  GB   Shandy Bandits  -  Rup  Hoyland
112)  GB   Mark Petrie  -  Mark Petrie
113)  GB   #UDH  -  Greg Purdie
114)  GB   #UDH  -  Dan Ingram
115)  GB   RSD  -  Jon Mitchell
116)  GB   #UDH  -  Mark Williams
117)  GB   #UDH  -  Andrew Hessey
118)  GB   Adventure Scotland  -  Daniel Pereira
119)  GB   Adventure Scotland Team  -  Donald  Watson
120)  GB   North Tyneside Riders (NTR) - Newcastle  -  Steve Cunningham
121)  GB   Live and let ride  -  Mark Mcquitty
122)  GB   Laurel N Hardy  -  Michael Stevenson
123)  GB   Laurel N Hardy  -  Dan Boffey
124)  GB   Cowal mountain bike club  -  John Maclean
125)  GB   Upsidedoonheedenduroteam  -  Glenn Telford
126)  GB   Flaming Wings  -  Ryan Byrne
127)  GB   Rad Racing  -  Andrew Finlayson
128)  GB     -  Gordon Pettigrew
129)  GB   Rushy   -  Graham  Rushworth
130)  GB   Ae Bike Shop  -  Andrew McColm
131)  GB   Black Salami  -  Neil Stewart
132)  GB   Never Ready Racing  -  Paul Sheldon
133)  GB   Yng.Lab  -  Ross Young
134)  GB   hollywood  -  mathew mardula
135)  GB   Team S.L.U.T  -  Martin ‘whisky’ Rough
136)  GB   Team S.L.U.T  -  James ‘retro’ Wood
137)  GB   0  -  Daniel ‘stickman’ Johnson
138)  GB   0  -  Brett ‘wildman’ Jackson
139)  GB   Team Poocho  -  Graham Davies
140)  GB     -  Sam Kennedy
141)  GB   Cre8ive joinery   -  Ross  Cranston
142)  GB   Tattie heeds  -  Thomas Sinclair
143)  GB   The Billyboabs  -  John Anderson
144)  GB   Black Salami  -  Gary Scott
145)  GB   Wet Riders  -  Ben Bathgate
146)  GB   Wet Riders  -  Seb Collins
147)  GB   G.u.r.u.  -  James Rentoul
148)  GB   TTT  -  Kris Aitchison
149)  GB   Lakes riders  -  Mathew Wilson
150)  GB   Black salami  -  Pete Reid
151)  GB   Big Mountain Bikes  -  Paul Elliff
152)  GB   Black Salami  -  Steven Tonge
153)  GB     -  Adam Smith
154)  GB   Wood plant hire  -  Dan Wood
155)  GB   Black Salami  -  Slav Gnatetski
156)  GB   Freedom bikes  -  Oliver  Mckenna
157)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Neil Birnie
158)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Jason  Davies
159)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Dave  Sim
160)  GB-SCT   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Mark  Lane
161)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate / Velvet Cycles   -  Johny  Milton
162)  GB-WLS   Thunder Horse Cartel   -  Jamie  Caffrey
163)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Peter  Lindsay
164)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Si  Wragg
165)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate / Ink Puppy   -  Olly  MacDonald
166)  GB-WLS   Ham Huck Syndicate   -  Dan  Cook

Vet Men 40 - 49

167)  GB   beach boys  -  steve francis
168)  GB   Mechanised  -  Jools Chesters
169)  GB   Bike Scene  -  Mark Johnson
170)  GB   Rother Valley Riders   -  Michael  Edwards
171)  GB   Peddlers  -  bobby boyd
172)  GB   Island Monkeys  -  Ben Jaggard-Smith
173)  GB   Muckmedden   -  Aaron Gray
174)  GB   Team McCann  -  Chris McCann
175)  GB   Voltron Legendary Defender  -  Keith Wright
176)  GB   Boombasticspastic  -  Chris Horn
177)  GB   La Fuga Fango  -  Juan CHristen
178)  GB   #FLATOUTORNOWT😬  -  Stephen NEWLAND
179)  GB   Fil-Scot Mtn Bikers  -  Ariel Gache
180)  GB   Team Bandit  -  Neil Hunter
181)  GB   Bike park Dent  -  chris hufton
182)  GB   Gravitate  -  Steve Melville
183)  GB   Thunder Horse  -  Philip Mulcaster
184)  GB   Anguston MTB  -  Luke Nicol
185)  GB   110% Bikes  -  Richard Parker
186)  GB   Leyburn Bikes  -  Jonathan Sunter
187)  GB   Blaydon cycle club  -  wayne westwood
188)  GB   Glenbrook   -  Philip Orme
189)  GB   The Pye Man  -  Duncan Pye
190)  GB   Wye Valley Warriors  -  Pete Ball
191)  GB   Gnarly Dudes  -  Daniel O Shea
192)  GB   FalconLogistics  -  Stuart Hibbert
193)  GB   Wheres Benno?  -  Alan Christie
194)  GB   MBL RACEING  -  Scott Mc Diarmid
195)  GB   Mcboab Racing  -  Barry McCormack
196)  GB   Felldoon Racing  -  Mikey Muldoon
197)  GB   Team Caledonian  -  Jason Mitchell
198)  GB   Gnarly Dudes  -  Mike Ashcroft
199)  GB   Two Idiots  -  Richard Hallett
200)  GB   NoName  -  Kenneth Hillock
201)  GB   #UDH  -  David Houston
202)  GB   The train drivers better  -  Russ Lamberty
203)  GB   Adventure scotland  -  Gregor Mitchell
204)  GB   Rehab racing  -  Graeme Watters
205)  GB   The Boabies  -  Stevie Barr
206)  GB   110% Bikes  -  Andy Stiles
207)  GB   North Tyneside Riders (NTR)  -  David Burgess
208)  GB   -  -  Dan Gibson
209)  GB   Looking Pro‌ Going Slow  -  Bob Millar
210)  GB   Hawaii Four-O  -  Iain Mackay
211)  GB   Feelin Supersonic   -  Andrew Macpherson
212)  GB   Big M  -  Mark Hyslop
213)  GB   Foul Beast  -  Mark Macleod
214)  GB   How did we get HERE??.  -  Stevie  Walker
215)  GB   How did we get HERE??.  -  Gordon Brown
216)  GB   Flaming Wings  -  Mark Beard
217)  GB   Adventure Scotland   -  Ronnie  Ohara
218)  GB   Hollywood   -  Anthony  Burrell
219)  GB   Hollywood  -  Rob Oxley
220)  GB   Ozzy Riders   -  Roger  Gardner
221)  GB   Dark 1  -  Daniel Watson
222)  GB   hollywood  -  richard collett
223)  GB   Real World Riding  -  Steve Mackenzie
224)  GB   Never ready racing  -  Eamo Lawless
225)  GB   DWeirthechamps  -  Drew Weir
226)  GB   RazzerDaz  -  Darren Argyle
227)  GB   Man mans  -  Euan  MacRae
228)  GB   HarvCore OTB  -  Mark Harvey
229)  GB   Tumble Down  -  John Grant

Grand Vet Men 50 +

230)  GB   Anguston MTB  -  Peter Brown
231)  GB   Trailhead Thailand  -  Mark Doughty
232)  GB   North East smashers  -  Richard Mann
233)  GB   Progression bikes racing   -  neil whittet
234)  GB   Gym Elite  -  Kevin  Ryan
235)  GB   Awesome super great epic team  -  Mike Scott
236)  GB   RVR  -  Nigel Styring
237)  GB   Gnarly Dudes  -  Murray Flett
238)  GB   Oldman Enduro   -  Al Maclellan
239)  GB   Oldman Enduro   -  Brendan Davey
240)  GB   Gnarly dudes  -  Kenny Lannon
241)  GB   Gnarly Dudes  -  Angus Robinson
242)  GB   Jack Doyle  -  Jack Doyle
243)  GB   <з рокс!  -  Ian Wrigley
244)  GB   JMacD  -  John MacDonald
245)  GB   #UDH  -  Kenny Stewart
246)  GB   Adventure scotland  -  duncan jack
247)  GB   Ossie rider's   -  Jimmy  O Brien
248)  GB   Rambo Racing  -  Brian Ramsay
249)  GB   Bespoke Bikes  -  Pete Hoggan
250)  GB   Balloch bikers   -  Kenneth Caldwell
251)  GB   For-D  -  Neil Young
252)  GB   Milbrae  -  Iain Murray
253)  GB   #SupportOurParas  -  Steve  Richards
254)  GB   Murthly Cycle Club  -  Guy Batchelor
255)  GB   Murthly CC  -  Ian Campbell

Vet female 40 +

256)  GB   Living the dream   -  Claire Dashwood
257)  GB   Team DLT  -  Susan Digges La Touche
258)  GB   Peddlers  -  Emma Knowles
259)  GB   Bergamont UK  -  Sally Buckworth
260)  GB   Gnarly Dudes  -  Louise Whitehead
261)  GB   Eric Adventures  -  Julie Morrissey
262)  GB   JF  -  Julia Ferguson
263)  GB   Dreigiau Eryri  -  Eva McCartney
264)  GB   Chipmunk   -  Cheryl  Arnold
265)  GB   MWeirthechamps  -  Margaret Weir
266)  GB   Mudflaps  -  Claire Aitchison
267)  GB   NIER  -  donna waring
268)  GB   Dreigiau Eryri   -  Clare Mitchell


Read carefully

Each rider (herein after referred to as “Rider”) taking part in one or more events of the Macavalanch is supposed to know the following rules and makes a commitment to submit her/himself without reserve to all of them. Non-compliance with any of the Race Rules may result in disqualification of the Rider from the event.

General rules

Macavalanche is a mountain bike enduro event that takes place in a rugged mountain enviroment.  Riders must complete the timed stages in  numerical order

Please note the cumulitaive time of seeding stage/s will be given and your position on the start grid for mass start stage and  will be allocated accordingly.

Blind racing

The Macavalanche is raced accordingly to the original Enduro format that means it is not allowed to check the course before the event starts.

Bike and personal equipment

The courses are designed to suit a mid travel trail bike, not specific XC or DH bikes.

Riders should use the same frame, fork and wheels during a whole event. Bikes may be scrutinized at the bottom before departing the course. All bikes must have bar plugs. Bikes must be in perfect working order. The race directors have the right to deny entry to the event if they feel a bike is not of a suitable standard.

Riders must wear a certified full face helmet at all times, including transfer stages. Riders found not wearing a helmet shall be disqualified immediately.

Full-face helmet,  knee protections must be worn in all timed stages. Additionally, gloves, elbow pads and back protectors are compulsory in France, they are strongly recommended in the other countries. Riders may choose to ride the transfer stages with a non full-face helmet.

Each Rider should be completely self-sufficient. As a minimum each rider must carry the following items:

  • Mobile phone.
  • Basic first aid kit (Minimum: 1 x Dressing Pad for heavy bleeding (field dressing); bandage, plasters).
  • Emergency Foil Blanket
  • Wind/ Waterproof Top.
  • Bike repair kit (tube, tire leavers, pump or CO2 canisters, Allen keys, chain tool).
  • Whistle can be a good idea in case you go over a bank, break a leg and no one can see you.
  • Sufficient food and water to meet your individual energy needs for 5 hours of riding.
  • Sunscreen.

Route Markings / Hazards

The route may have narrow sections and exposed rocks, steep climbs and descents and is not suitable for beginners. Potholes, rocks, stock, rutted tracks, steep descents, banks etc. are all natural obstacles to be negotiated by the Rider. When you are in this environment YOU are the person primarily responsible for your own safety. Any hazards outside of those expected will be identified and marked accordingly to ensure your safety.

It is the duty of each Rider to assist any other Rider who appears to be injured or in difficulty and alert the race director ASAP.

The course

In the interests of safety there will be a cut off time to complete the whole event, Riders will be notified at race briefing on the morning of the event.

The course will be marked with signs, tape, and some sections double taped, otherwise Riders must follow the trail. If a Rider exits the timed stage course, he/she must re-enter at the same point and, if altered it, restore the tape as he/she found it.

Riders cannot repeat any stage even if they suffer a mechanical failure on course.

There is no pre-race practice.

Riders’ should and should not's

Riders must not leave any rubbish along the route. All food wrappers drink bottles, tubes etc. must be carried to the finish line and not discarded anywhere along the route. Anyone seen discarding rubbish will be disqualified and will not receive a time or position as applicable (leave tire marks only).

Riders may not modify race number plates.

Riders must attend the pre-race briefing and carefully read any note supplied by the organization. Riders must obey instructions from Marshals at all times. They are there for everyone’s safety and enjoyment.

Each Rider authorizes the race organization and its partners to use any images or videos taken during the event he/she may be appearing in.

Any Rider withdrawing from the event must notify the race office as soon as possible.

Each Rider has to adapt his/her speed and his/her behaviour to his/her personal abilities, his/her equipment and to the general conditions the event is raced in.


If you are unable to compete for medical reasons we will refund you on receipt of a doctor’s note.

It is not possible to transfer entries to any other events, next year’s event, or a different Rider.

For the registration, the payment will be made by on-line payment and the Rider will have to inform an on-line form concerning his names, first names, age, gender and address.

Responsibilities of Riders


The timed stages are timed using individual electronic chip. It is the responsibility of each rider to make sure his/her passage has been recorded at the start and finish of each timed stage (sound signal). Each Rider must return the individual electronic chip to the organizer at the end of the race in order to withdraw his/her individual timed results and get his/her deposit back.

Penalties and complaints

No external assistance on the track, assistance is only allowed in the pits area. Assistance outside the pits area will result in time penalty.                  

When a Rider is caught by another faster Rider, he/she should let the other Rider pass without issue, otherwise he/she'll be issued a 30sec penalty. The faster Rider should give lots of warming and clear directions as to what side he/she will pass and eventually overtake when it is safe to do so for both Riders.                               

Riders must not deviate from the obvious track or attempt to take shortcuts. Shortcuts mean immediate disqualification.             

Any complaints about the race should be done formally to the race office within 15 minutes of end of Rider’s race                           

Any complains about the result should be done formally to the race office within 30 minutes of result's publication                      

Any dangerous or disrespectful behaviour against other racers, marshals, nature, trails or spectators will lead to a time penalty depending of the level of the fault. Race director can also decide the disqualification of the Rider.                                                                

Podium and prizes

Award Ceremony will be held on race day. Riders who finish in the top three in their category must attend the podium presentation. Riders who fail to make the presentation forfeit their position, and prizes. There will be no difference in values between prizes for men or women for the same level of achievement.

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