Mountain bike events are conducted in the spirit of self-contained, self-reliant backcountry cycling. Riders participate in sani2c with an understanding and acceptance of this ethos. The final version of the sani2c rules will be communicated at the race briefing before the event.
|1. Riders||2. Medical||3. Bicycles||4. Helmets and Clothing|
|5. Separation Time Penalties (STP's)||6. Rider Identification||7. Obligatory Equipment||8. Start|
|9. Route and Stages||10. Individual and Team Times||11. Finish||12. Traffic Regulations|
|13. Checkpoints||14. Registration and Briefing||15. Nutrition and Hydration||16. Seconding / Support|
|17. Withdrawals / New Teams||18. Ethical / Environmental||19. Protests||20. Doping|
|21. Disqualification and Penalties||22. Basic MTB Racing Rules and Etiquette||23. Discretion of the Chief Commissaire||24. Cancellation due to Force Majeure and Severe Weather|
If sani2c is forced to cancel a stage (or stages) due to severe weather conditions or fires that puts riders’ safety at risk, the riders will not have any claim against the organisers or any of their sponsors of whatsoever nature in these circumstances.
sani2c reserves the right to change the route for inter alia, safety and security reasons without notice.
If sani2c is cancelled in toto as a last resort due to events beyond our control (force majeure) – relating to, inter alia, political turmoil, natural disasters, strikes, protest action or any other major disturbance beyond our control, riders will have no claim whatsoever including but not limited to a refund against the organisers or any of their sponsors. This will include entry fees and or flights and other expenses.
sani2c will do everything in our power to reroute and to run the event in a safe and secure manner should any event of force majeure arise.