Thursday, February 16, 2017

CONSOLACION MOUNTAIN BIKE DUATHLON


The Coach A METAFIT Fitness Boot Camp, in partnership with the Municipality of Consolacion and its Tourism Board “Weaving Passion”, will be holding the first ever “Consolacion Mountain Bike Duathlon” this coming March 26, 2017, Sunday, from 6 am to 11 am.  

This sports event aims to promote the Municipality of Consolacion as a premier sports tourism destination and to advocate the importance of having a fit and healthy lifestyle.  

EARLY BIRD RATE: ( Until March 1, 2017)
PHP 600.00 individual & PHP 800 relay.
Feel free to call 4069267 for details.
Regulare rate:
REGISTRATION: PHP 800.00 Individual
RELAY PHP 1200.00 (max of 2 only per relay team)
#consolacionmtbduathlon
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REGISTRATION starts on February 20 
 YKK Bikes in legaspi, tel no 0322558853, 09157645359, 09234254534
CYCLELOGIC in PARKMALL (tel no. 238 3513)
MISSING LINK BIKE Shop in 3rd floor GALLERIA ROBI. ( tel no. 261 5584)

REGISTRATION FORMS:


Download this form and email to alanchoachuy@gmail.com or fax to 3280298 with deposit slip payment to:
Account name: Alan G. Choachuy
Bank Name: Metrobank Mandaue North road branch
Account number: 7236-519-380
You will receive email confirming your registration and payment.

RULES & REGULATION (please read carefully)

BIKE:
1.     Only mountain bikes are allowed for this race.  Mountain bikes used may be 26, 27.5, or 29 inch wheels and fat bikes.
2.     All bikes must be checked-in and mounted on the racks in the Transition Area, which will be open from 4AM to 5:30AM.  No extensions of the check-in time or late check-in of bikes at any time will be allowed.  Participants will have full access to their bikes until 5:30AM.  Beyond that time, no participants shall be allowed inside the Transition Area.  No bikes shall be removed from the Transition Area until the start of the bike leg. 
3.     Bike numbers must be mounted on the handlebar facing forward.  It is not necessary to wear the run number during the bike segment because the bike numbers are already large and clear enough for identification purposes.  Failure to mount the bike number will result in disqualification.
4.     Shoes, shirt/jersey, and helmets must be worn at all times while on the bike course.
5.     The helmet must first be worn and clipped in before the bike is removed from the rack in Transition Area.  The helmet cannot be unclipped and removed until the bike is securely racked in the Transition Area after completing the bike course.
6.     Riding of bikes inside Transition Area is not allowed at any time.  Mount and dismount at the designated areas only.  Drafting, however, is allowed.
7.     Always ride on the right side of the road.  Overtake on the left and return to the right as soon as it is safe to do so.  Slower riders must yield to faster riders.  When overtaking, faster riders must clearly speak a passing command, “Bike!” or “On your left!”, and any overtaking maneuver must be done safely.  If two racers are fighting for position, the leading rider need not give up position, but the leading rider must not interfere or impede in any way the other rider’s progress.
8.     Outside assistance from a non-participant or spectator is not allowed at any time on the bike course.  This means no receiving of food, hydration, tools, or medical assistance from any person not directly involved in the event. (Example of non-participants: family members, friends, spectators, photographers, personal drivers, and coaches.)
9.     Pacing from a non-competitor or any kind of motorized vehicle is not allowed at any time on the bike course.
10.   Participants may walk their bike if needed, but they cannot complete the course without their bike.
11.   Short-cutting and/or cutting trail switchbacks or any part of the course is not permitted and will result in disqualification.  A rider is required to stay on the designated trail that is marked and/or specified as the racecourse.  It is the rider's responsibility to know the designated racecourse.  Lack of tape or barriers on the course will not serve as an excuse for cutting course violations.  Failure to complete the course correctly will result in disqualification.
12.   Participants must complete the entire bike course unassisted and return to the Transition Area on the same mountain bike they started the bike leg.  Using a different bike or changing bikes during the bike leg will result in disqualification, and the participant will not be allowed to continue with race.
13.   All participants are responsible for their own bike care, maintenance, and repair. An official technical crew will be roving around the racecourse and may assist with repairs but should not be expected to fix basic flats.
14.   A sweeper vehicle will sweep the course starting at 9AM to collect any riders who are unable to complete the course because of exhaustion or mechanical failure. A participant who rides the sweeper vehicle will be considered DNF (Did Not Finish).
15.   Regardless of their race standing, participants must give way to medical and emergency personnel at all times on the bike course.  Participants must also respect local traffic rules and other vehicles on the road at all times.
RUN
1.     Shoes and shirt/jersey are required at all times on the run course.
2.     Race number must be clearly visible on the front of the runner at all times. A race belt may be used to secure the race number.  Failure to wear a race number on the run will result in disqualification.
3.     A runner may run or walk to complete the course.
4.     Outside assistance from a non-participant or spectator is not allowed at any time on the run course.  This means no receiving of food, hydration, or water/ice/sponges for cooling off from any person not directly involved in the event. (Example of non-participants: family members, friends, spectators, photographers, personal drivers, and coaches.)
5.     Pacing from a non-participant or any kind of motorized vehicle is not allowed at any time on the run course.
6.     No individual or team support vehicle may follow runners around the course.  This will result in disqualification.
7.     Regardless of their race standing, participants must give way to medical and emergency personnel at all times on the run course.  Participants must also respect local traffic rules and other vehicles on the road at all times.
8.     Short-cutting and/or cutting trail switchbacks or any part of the course is not permitted and will result in disqualification.  A runner is required to stay on the designated trail that is marked and or specified as the racecourse.  It is the runner's responsibility to know the designated racecourse.  Lack of tape or barrier on the course will not serve as an excuse for cutting course violations.
9.     Runners must complete the entire run course unassisted.  Failure to complete the course correctly will result in disqualification.

10.   Race cut off time is 11AM.

BIKE RACE ROUTE 
 (TAKE THE ROAD BESIDE SM city Consolacion beside Creek/Canal)

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