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JANUARY
2022

REGISTER

from November 1st

GRANGUANCHE

600 km

ROAD

+ 14.000 m

PACE SCENARIOS

GranGuanche Audax Road is a self-supported, single-stage, fixed-route, ultra-cycling event across the Canary Islands. It’s a collective adventure and a challenge to finish the route. It’s a personal race against the clock, not against other riders.

participants can register as SOLO or as part of a PAIR resulting in two finishing categories and final rankings.

It’s a demanding route for experienced riders as it includes serious climbs, high mountains, and remote areas. Experienced means well trained, technically skilled, and wisely equipped. Exhaustion, sleep deprivation, and night rides add even more risk to a challenging ride. Participants are fully responsible for their safety and logistics.

Route

The event follows the GranGuache ROAD route from Lanzarote  to La Gomera. More information about the route.

Schedule

01/Dec/2021 – 23:00 | granguanche.com :: Registration is open

10/Dec/2021 – 23:00 | granguanche.com :: Registration is closed

22/Jan/2022 – 18:00 | Lanzarote :: Accreditation and Briefing

22/Jan/2022 – 05:00 | Lanzarote, Orzola :: SOLO category start

22/Jan/2022 – 05:10 | Lanzarote, Orzola :: PAIR category start

30/Jan/2022 – 23:00 | Cut-off and rented tracker return deadline

Entry Fee

180€ – SOLO | 300€ – PAIRS.

Entry fee includes:

– GPRS tracker device rental

– live tracking and timing on followmychallenge.com

– Bike box or personal bag transfer and storage to Tenerife, los Cristianos

A refundable deposit of 50€ against tracker device loss or damage will be required for each rented tracker to be paid in cash at the briefing, your deposit will be refunded once you have returned the tracker. The tracker will be returned in Tenerife, los Cristianos.

Refund Policy

– 50% refund in case the event has to be canceled due to force majeure.

Until 10/Dec/2021:

– 50% refund in case the rider can not participate in the event.

After 10/Dec/2021:
– No refund will be available in case the rider can not participate in the event.

Rules

1. Self-support

In the spirt of Audax, participants are allowed to draft each other. This will encourage participants to plan stages and ride in groups between ferries connections.

Like any self-supported race, participants are not allowed to assist, support or resupply each other and must not receive any 3rd party assistance, private lodging or resupply. 

Partners of PAIR categories are allowed to assist, support, and resupply each other.

Accommodations, ferry connections and any service can be booked by Riders only after the event starts.

2. Safety

Riders must sign and agree with the rider agreement at accreditation, be older than 18 and always know, observe and comply with local laws. Front and Rear lights, helmet, gloves and reflective clothes are mandatory.

3. Tracking

Riders must follow the official track from start to finish. If they temporarily leave the route they must return to the point they left. Each ride will be validated by the tracker file.

Riders are responsible for their rented or private tracker. Devices will be carried on the bike and switched ON one hour before the start of the race and must always stay ON during the race. If a device is switched OFF or dies because of low batteries the participant will be considered withdrawn.

4. Insurance and Responsibility

Race Direction will not provide any kind of insurance, emergency rescue or race marshall. Race Direction will not be responsible for any direct or indirect damage that may occur to you or other parties.

Riders must have liability, death, accident and health insurance covering emergency extraction and repatriation valid for the whole duration of the event.

5. Code of Honor

Race Direction can impose penalties and disqualifications, but can’t ensure all the Riders comply with the rules. A fair and safe race depends on fair and honourable Riders.

All the Riders on the same ferry must wait for each other at docking, roll-off and start the ride as a group. Rescue of any other Rider injured or in danger has first priority.

6. Leave no trace, be nice with people

Follow the “Leave No Trace” principles: leave everything as you found it, or better. Respect Natural Parks rules, don’t cycle or step outside the official paths. Camp only in camping areas and never start campfires. Dispose of, remove and recycle waste. Respect animals and plants. Be considerate of others.

6. Communications

In case of emergency or withdrawal, the communication must be addressed to the email or phone number provided during accreditation.