Gates open Saturday 2pm-8pm
sign-up Opens Saturday 2pm-6pm
Gates Open Sunday 6am
Race Start 8:30 – 2:30 pm
Gate Fee $10 per person camping $10 per night camping
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR
John Burr Cycle
6 HOUR ENDURANCE March 11 2018 8:30am-2:30pm
RACE STARTS AT March 11, 2018 8:30am-2:30pm
Gates Open Saturday March 10, 2017
GHR Museum opens Saturday 2pm-5pm
Mandatory Riders Meeting @ 8am
Entry Fees $80 Pre Entry per team / $100 Post
$45.00 Pre Ironman/$50Post
RiDING #______ PIT LOCATION #_______ TRANSPONDER #___________________________
PITS & BIKE EXCHANGE:
Pits are Located in Pro Pit area pits are marked with a orange number please have that number with you when you come to sign-up. Impound is located at the beginning of
the pits on the top the amateur road by the REM Tower. Scoring will be at the REM tower
*Allowed what will fit in your assigned pit location –
*YOU MUST ONLY USE THE ALLOWED AREA. You may camp your the pit area.
*You will be assigned a pit area at time of sign up.
*Riders may pit or change riders at any time.
* You must work on bikes at your pit location
* SPEED LIMIT MANDATORY at 5 MPH IN PITS. If you exceed the speed limit you may be penalized
*All Teams may use 2 bikes 3 Riders– one bike remains in the impound at all times
*ALL TEAMS MUST HAVE SAME TEAM NUMBER ON BOTH BIKES, FRONT & LEFT AT THE VERY LEAST!
* One bike must be in impound at all times (If two bikes are being used)
*Transponders on the bike- each time you switch bikes move the transponder to the new bike
* You and your team may not work on the bike in the impound area.
WATER AND TRACK
*We will have water trucks throughout the race track watering.
*If you see a quad with a yellow flagg waving water truck is ahead please proceed with caution
*The course consists of several different terrains etc. Please be careful the first lap to learn the track *DO NOT CUT THE COURSE!! WE HAVE A NEW TRANSPONDER SYSTEM THAT WILL BE USER TO CATCH COURSE CUTTING. STAY ON THE COURSE!!!!!!
SCORING AND REGISTRATION:
*All Riders must register at the Sign-Up Tower at the GHR Museum