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Severn Bridge Alé Sportive

Date 2-JUN-2019
£29
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ACCOUNT DETAILS
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ENTRY DETAILS
e.g. Finsbury Park CC
e.g. 99 Stanley Terrace, London
e.g. W12 8QT
Please provide the number of the mobile phone you will be carrying on the day, in case of emergencies
e.g. 21-Sep-1961
Name and/or relation to you of somebody we can contact in case of emergency
Primary telephone number of somebody we can contact in case of emergency
Please let us know of any medical conditions that you have
Our fantastic charity partners the National Autistic Society really appreciate any donation you can make
For the 2019 Severn Bridge Alé  Sportive, we are thrilled to be partnering once again with the fantastic team at the National Autistic Society to help raise money for a really important cause. 

The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for autistic people, including those with Asperger Syndrome, and their families. They provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for autistic people. 

YOU can help the National Autistic Society by making a donation, or setting up a fundraising page on JustGiving, via the link on this website. Why not challenge yourself to complete the Sportive in a certain time, and raise money through sponsorship? 

There will be plenty of chances to donate to the charity on the day - at event HQ and the feed station - and the National Autistic Society will also have a big presence at our Family Cycling Day, which gets underway at Castle Combe Circuit whilst you are all out on the road! 

If you have any questions about the charity or making a donation, please do not hesitate to contact us on admin@andycookcycling.com.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

All riders should understand that by entering the Severn Bridge Alé Sportive they will be agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

  1. Participants will be responsible for the road worthiness of their own cycle.

  2. No accompanying vehicles are allowed to follow riders. Any participant failing to observe this regulation will be withdrawn from the event.

  3. This event is not a race or trial of speed, but a personal challenge and as such there will be no  list published with sorts riders either in finishing time or finishing position order.  Alphabetical list of finishers and times will be published.

  4. As the event takes place on the open road, riders must abide by the Highway Code at all times. Riders should be aware that when riding on a public highway the function of marshals is only to indicate direction and that riders must decide whether the movement is safe.
  5. The wearing of Hard Shell Style Helmets is compulsory for all riders under UCI regulations for 2019.
  6. All participants under the age of eighteen must gain the consent of their parent/guardian prior to completing their entry. Participants must be a minimum of 16 years old, and a parent or guardian must accompany riders under the age of eighteen.
  7. The use of triathlon handlebars is discouraged. However, where riders do have them fitted they are not to be used when riding in a group.
  8. Riders participate in this event entirely at their own risk, and must rely on their own ability in dealing with all hazards, and must ride in a manner which is safe to themselves and others.
  9. No liability whatsoever shall attach to Castle Combe Cycling Festival, Castle Combe Circuit Ltd, Andy Cook Cycling Ltd, the promoting club/organisation, event sponsors, British Cycling or any event official or member of British Cycling or member of the promoting club/organisation in respect of any injury, loss or damage suffered by riders in or by reason of the event, unless such injury, loss or damage is proven to be caused by the negligence of the aforementioned. If riders do not abide by these terms and conditions the organisers will make all reasonable efforts to remove them from the event, and British Cycling will use all efforts to restrict participation in future British Cycling competitive and non-competitive events.

Further details and Rider Manual can be found on the SBS website