- There are a minimum of 3 stages in each event
- Transfers in between these transfers are not timed and do not count for the overall standing.
- Special stages close at a specified time, to ensure the event finishes on time.
- Riders will be notified at registration on the morning of the event.
- Time Controls are used check riders in ready for the stage start time.
An all mountain bike is ideal for these races but any mountain bike is allowed
- short travel,
- long travel,
- a downhill bike but not recommended with the riding in-between transfer stages.
- Only one Bicycle can be used during an event, including any transition stages.
- Competitors must start and finish the competition on the same frame, fork and wheels.
Bicycles used in competition must be capable of safely and efficiently completing the task and must, as a minimum, be mechanically sound, have efficient brakes on all wheels and all reasonable steps must be taken to ensure the safety of the rider and others. As part of the latter, bar plugs are compulsory.
If, in the opinion of the appointed official, a bicycle fails to meet the above criteria the rider must take immediate steps to ensure the necessary steps are taken to remedy the shortcomings and ensure the Officials’ requests are met. Failure to do so will result in exclusion from the competition.
It is compulsory to wear a protective helmet when racing or training on the course and such helmet must comply with the required safety standards defined in the General Regulations.
It is strongly recommends that riders wear the following protection:
- Back, elbow, knee and shoulder protection made of rigid materials.
- Protection for the nape of the neck and the cervical vertebrae.
- Padding on shins and thighs
- Full finger gloves
Note: The Organiser makes no warranties or representations regarding the adequacy of any Standard or the fitness for the purpose of any brand of protective clothing and will not accept any claims arising from the use of any particular item of protection..
- A helmet open face or full face must be worn during all race and transition stages.
- Knee and elbow protectors are advisable.
- All Competitors must be self-sufficient and prepared for a varying climate as well as any basic mechanical repairs.
- Consideration should be given to the nature of the course and the length of time the event may take to complete.
- This course is marked with signs and with some sections that are taped if a specific line should be taken on the stage.
- If a competitor leaves the trail/course, they must re-enter at the same point and must restore the tape as they found it.
- If a rider is spotted cutting a special stage course by a marshal they will be disqualified.
- Each rider receives a start time for each stage.
- In the interest of safety there is a cut off time, you will be advised of this in your stage start times.
- There will be minimum 30 second time intervals between riders starting a special stage or more depending on the nature of the track.
- If you stop to help an injured rider you may repeat the stage. You must first check out of the stage, then cycle back up the hill without assistance in this case.
- If, while passing a slower rider, you cause them to crash or run off the course, you may be disqualified.
- You may NOT repeat the stage if you suffer a mechanical failure on course.
- Riders who retire must return to the registration tent as soon as possible and follow the instructions of race marshals.
- The ranking of each competitor is the total sum of the special stage times, plus any time penalties.
- In the unlikely event of a tie after 3 stages, the competitor with the fastest final stage time will win, if there is still a tie then we will use the count back rule to decide the final finishing places.
- The Rules may be changed depending on light and weather conditions.
Refunds and Transfers:
If you wish to cancel a booking please note the following cancellation conditions:
- 29+ days notice: Entry fee minus a £10.00 administration charge per race cancelled. Refunds will be credited back to the card on which you originally paid within 28 days of your notice in writing to email@example.com
- 28 days or less, no refund.
- Transfer requests with 29 days notice are applicable for any remaining events in that year.
- Transfer requests 28 days or less notice are not applicable.
- Please note you can not swap your entry with another rider.
- The race weekend starts from 15:00 on the Friday before therefore the timescales above mean all e-mails must be received by our deadline which is 4 weeks before the 15:00 on the Friday before the race day.
- The above policies are not dependant on circumstances and are final.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org please note we will not deal with any cancellations over the phone, by text or Facebook. Inform us of your full name, category racing and which race we are dealing with.
Force Majeure: If Naked racing is prevented (directly or indirectly) from performing any of its obligations under the entry agreement by reasons of act of God, strikes, trade disputes, breakdowns, government or political action, interruption of transport, acts of war or terrorism, acts of omissions by a third party for any other reasons whatsoever outside of Naked racing control, then Naked racing will be under no liability whatsoever to you and may as its option, cancel the event.
If the event is cancelled we will not be liable for costs of travel fares, hotels, or any other expenses that may be incurred.
It is your responsibility to ensure the race is going ahead before travelling. We will do our best to inform you if the race has to be cancelled but we do not accept liability if we are unable to contact you. We strongly advise that you check before making travel and accommodation arrangements.
If the event is cancelled we are unable to refund or part refund any entry fee, we are also unable to transfer your entry to another event.
By registering to attend an event, you have confirmed that you have read and understood our cancellation policy.
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Protective Headgear. 8.6.1
A rider whilst racing or training must wear properly affixed protective headgear which must be of a hard/soft shell construction.
All competitors protective headgear must take the form of a hard/soft shell helmet which should conform to a recognised Standard such as SNELL B95 (Snell Memorial Foundation), AUS/NZS 2063:96 (Australian and New Zealand standard), DIN 33-954 (TUEV Institute Germany), CPSC or EN 1078 (Europe). Other Standards are available, but competitors and/or parents/guardians should obtain proof that a Standard is adequate for the purpose for which they intend to use the article. The current British Standard (BS 6863) is primarily intended for use by young riders. This standard is not intended to provide a complete specification for helmets for high speed or long distance riding. A copy of the complete foreword to the British Standard can be obtained from B.C.F. Headquarters. It is emphasised that it is the responsibility of the rider (or the parent or guardian if the rider is under 18 years of age) to select a standard of protective headgear which offers protection against head injury and does not restrict the rider’s vision or hearing. This responsibility also applies to ensuring that the headgear is undamaged and in good condition. It is pointed out that any helmet which suffers damage (e.g. in the case of an accident or through mishandling) may no longer afford the same level of protection.