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SPECIFICREGULATION
General equipment requirements and specific regulations shall be based from the UCI regulations and shall be furnished to all participating National Federations.
 

 

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ORGANIZATION
1.1

The Lubuk Linggau Mountain Bike Challenge  (LLMBC) in the Indonesia is a 3-day mountain bike event comprising of Cross Country (XCO) and Downhill (DHI). This event is organized by Rock GARDEN Organiser.

1.2

Participants in the Lubuk Linggau Mountain Bike Challenge under take this race with the expectation that they understand and accept the principal and general cycling regulations set by the organizer.

1.3

The organizers may be contacted via the following:

Email

 

Registration@Lubuklinggaumtb.com

Facebook

 

https://www.facebook.com/LubuklinggauMTB

Website

 

www.lubuklinggaumtb.com

Indonesian Contact

 

DOdi SOHE +6281285327098

 

 

Pratomo Setyadi+6281287310872

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SANCTIONING BODY

2.1

The Lubuk Linggau Mountain Bike Challenge  (LLMBC) is organized according to the UCI Regulations and specific regulation. It is sanctioned by Indonesia Cycling  Federation as  an invitational national event in the City of Lubuk Linggau as the host city and Indonesia as the host country.

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RACE SECRETARIAT & TECHNICAL BRIEFING MEETING

3.1

3 November2015 at the Event Secretariat’s Office, Function Smart Hotel

3.2
A mandatory race meeting in the presence of the Commissaire’s Panel is scheduled at 1700 on 4 November, 2015 at the Secretariat’s Office. It is compulsory for riders to attend (riders may be excused from meeting if team manager attend).
4.

GENERALTERMSAND REGULATION

4.1

Riders without UCI License will need to pay for issuance of temporary day license The license will cost 15 USD

4.2

Riders in each category should reach a minimum office  riders to start the race License the number of minimum Quota is not reached the category will be dissolved and merged with another category.

4.3

License category is dissolved the overall results will not include the dissolved category

4.4

All riders are required to go through Rider Confirmation at the   Secretariat’s Office located at the   Function       Room, SMART Hotel, before any practice starting November 2, 2015.

4.5

World Champion, Continental Confederation Champion, National Champions should wear their National Champion Jersey while racing and in the podium.

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HANDLEBAR AND BODY NUMBERS

5.1

All riders must display the handlebar number and one body number fixed on the lower back during practice times and racing Altering,mutilating by cutting folding, adding stickers or defacing of the numbers will result in immediate penalty and disqualification.

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EQUIPMENT

6.1

The use of radio links or other remote means of communication with riders is forbidden.

6.2

Only 26” to 29” wheeled mountain bikes will be allowed to Start in the event. Any width-sized tires may be used.

6.3

During MTB races, not traditional road handlebars may be used. The handlebars extensions of a triathlon or time trial type are forbidden, but traditional bar ends a reauthorized.

6.4

Wearing of helmets are mandatory during training and racing.

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SPECIFICRULES

7.1

CROSS COUNTRY OLYMPICS (XCO)

7.1.1

Cross Country Olympics is open to all riders aged 17 or above,

7.1.2

The XCO Venue is7 Km from the  Smart Hotel

7.1.3

The course is 4.7 Km per lap, 100% rideable with natural obstacles. The number of laps will be Announced during the Technical Briefing.

7.1.4
Race Duration are as follows:
7.1.5

The course will be marked with sign ages and taped for directions. There shall be marshal and check points through out the course.

7.1.6

80% rule shall be applied and the riders having 80% Slower time from the leader will be pulled-out in this zone. The rider shall be classified.

7.1.7

Riders shall be given a start or derasper UCI ranking. Unranked riders will be random lyarranged.

7.1.8
Rider numbers shall be displayed in the call up boxes and the riders have top resent themselves inside the boxes 10 minutes be fore the start The riders who do not exit from the call up box shall be marked DNS.
7.1.9

The stagging will be strictly controlled and riders will be places on grids drawn on the ground The riders in each grid line may choose their starting position in order of their race numb The rider with the lowest Rank gets first choice.

7.1.10

The riders must start with 2 hands on the handle grip and one foot on the ground.

7.1.11

There shall be 2 Feed and Technical Zone marked as FTZ1 and FTZ2.

7.1.12
Riders are allowed to take feeding and technical assistance at the Feed and Technical Zones from the same team members only.
7.1.13

Authorized technical assistance during a race consists of repairs to or there placement of any part of the bicycle other than the frame. Bike changes are not permitted and the rider must cross the finish line with the same handlebar number plate that he had at the start.

7.1.14
In addition to technical assistance at the Feed and Technical Zones technical assistance is permitted outside these zones only between riders who are members of the same team.
7.1.15

Running along sides praying and pouring of water on the riders are not allowed.

7.1.16

Only accredited persons are allowed in the Feed and Technical Zone. The organizers will arrange neutral feeding for the riders having no team members.

7.1.17

No rider may turn back on the course to reach a fee /technical assistance zone. Any rider doing so will be disqualified.

7.1.18

Riders may carry tools and spare parts provided that these do not involve any danger to the rider himself or the other companions

7.2

DOWNHILL– INDIVIDUAL

7.2.1

A single run format is used. This involves a seeding run and final run.

7.2.2

The start interval will be 1 minute.

7.2.3

For the final, a hot se at will be prepared for the 3 fastest riders at the finish tent.

7.2.4

The course for the downhill l follows a descending route with a mixture of fast and technical sections to Test the riders’ technical skill sand their physical ability.

7.2.5

The length of the course is1.65 km.

7.2.6

Riders will start from a starting ramp.

7.2.7

All Lycra-elastane based tight-fitting clothing is not permitted.

7.2.8

A full-faced helmet must be worn properly both when racing and when training on the course. The helmet must be fitted with a visor. Open face helmets may not be worn.

7.2.9 The organizers strongLy recommends that the riders wear the following protection:
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back, elbow, knee and shoulder protect or made of rigid materials;
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protection for the name of the neck and the cervical vertebrae;
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padding on shins and thigh;
broad full-length trousers made from the rip- resistant material incorporating protection for the knee sand calves or broad-cut shorts Made from rip-resistant material plus knee and calf protectors with a rigid-surface;
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ong sleeved jersey
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Must wear full finger loves.
7.2.10

Cameras are permitted during the Seeding and Finals. Theirders are responsible for securing the fixation of the cameras in order to avoid dangers. Any danger caused by the camera, are fully aware by the riders.

7.2.11

The organizer will provide transport to carry rider sand their bikes to the top of the course.

7.3 CONDUCT OFRIDERS
7.3.1

A rider must act in a sporting manner at all time sand must permit any faster rider to over take with out obstruction.

7.3.2 If a rider exits the course for any reason, he/she must return to the course at the same point from which he/she exited. If the Commissaires Panel deems that the rider gained advantage, the rider is disqualified.
7.3.3

The riders must respect nature and must make sure that they do not pollute the course venue.

7.3.4

Any one who is found to have altered the course has His /her accreditation removed or, in the case of a rider, is disqualified.

7.4

SAFETY MARSHALS

7.4.1

All marshals working on potentially hazardous Sections of the course will carry a yellow flag which is waved in the event of a crash in order to warn other riders.

7.4.2

All marshals working on potentially hazardous Sections of the course will carry a yellow flag which is waved in the event of a crash in order to warn other riders.

7.4.3

For DHI event, riders observing a waving red flag during the race must stop immediately. A stopped rider must continue calmly to the finish and request a re-start from the finish line commissaire and wait for further instruction.

7.5

MEDICALSUPPORT

7.5.1

First aider sand ambulance will be on standby.

7.6

RESULTS AND PODIUMCEREMONY

7.6.1

The results will be posted on display boards after the race.

7.6.2

No slippers and open sandals are allowed on the Podium to maintain the dignity of the sports..

7.7

CANCELLATION

7.7.1

In the event of bad we at her the commissaire Panel may decide to cancel the event after consulting the organizer.

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