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Race rules & regulations

Participants of the Schleck Gran Fondo must be aware of all the Rules & Regulations which include timekeeping and rankings, time limits, equipment allowed, safety, medical and personal assistance and other important topics.

Key Points:

  • Ride on the right hand side of the road
  • Respect traffic signs
  • Respect traffic lights if there is no marshal present
  • Respect other road users (not involved in the event)
    Ensure your own safety and speed control
  • Wear a hardshell helmet at all times
  • Wear your bib number on your back
  • Position your frame plate on the front of your handlebars

Sustainability:

As participant of the Schleck Gran Fondo, you commit to respect the environnement and the natural areas visited. It is strictly forbidden to leave any type of waste on the course.

Categories for the qualifications

The Schleck Gran Fondo is a mass cycle event open to all participants, license-holders or not, over the age of 18. Minors may participate on the shorter course upon presentation of parental consent at the packet pickup. The Schleck Gran Fondo is a mass cycle event open to all participants, license-holders or not, over the age of 18. Minors may participate on the shorter course upon presentation of parental consent at the packet pickup.
All the qualifications riders will start in Age Categories from the youngest to the oldest. Each age category has a unique colour on the Number Bib serving as identification tag. There are 9 different age categories for both men and women. The riders of the 90 km and 150km track will start separately.
The Age Categories and Starting Procedure for Men and Women are as follows:

Qualification Ride

  • Cat M1/W1: 19/34y
  • Cat M2/W2: 35/39y
  • Cat M3/W3: 40/44y
  • Cat M4/W4: 45/49y
  • Cat M5/W5: 50/54y
  • Cat M6/W6: 55/59y
  • Cat M7/W7: 60/64y
  • Cat M8/W8: 65/69y
  • Cat M9/W9: 70+y

Leisure Ride

  • Cat M/W:     19/70+y

There will be a mass start per age group for the qualification riders. The participants of the Leisure Ride start behind the age groups of the qualification ride. Gun time principale.

Qualification for the UCI Gran Fondo World ChampionshipsOnly those participants aged 19 (born before 01.01.2000) and above can qualify for the UCI World Granfondo Championships. The different categories are defined in accordance to the cyclist’s age dated on 31 December 2018. If the qualified cyclist for a particular age category passes into a next age category in the following year, they will automatically move into the correct age category at the UCI Gran Fondo World Series.
If you choose not to race for the qualification for the World Championships, then you can register for the distance of your choice!
Riders who race for the qualification of the World Championships have to regsiter in the following categories:
The men in categories M1,2,3,4,5,6, have to ride the long course of 150km to qualify.All women categories as well as M7,8,9 have to ride the short course of 90km to qualify.

Registration fees

 

Before 25/10/2017: 45€ for the 150km course 40€ for the 90km course
Before 31/12/2017: 49€ for the 150km course 44€ for the 90km course
Before 16/05/2018: 54€ for the 150km course 49€ for the 90km course
25 & 26/05/2018: 59€ for the 150km course 54€ for the 90km course
what’s included
starter fee – free pasta at the pasta party – official goodie bag – drink bottle – energy bar – bike stickers with profile info – mechanical support – coffee corner – chip timing – bib number – finisher medal – feed zones – massage – secure bike parc – after race party – awards and ruffles
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