HARI NG AHON | OCTOBER 09, 2022
Bike Challenge Series
Baguio City is nestled almost 1500 meters above sea level. This is the reason why it is usually taunted as the killer lap in most national road bike races since biking towards the city would always mean several kilometers of unforgiving climbs.
Hari ng Ahon bike challenge series is a bicycle sporting event organized by GODSpeed Sports and Events Solutions in partnership with the local government unit of Baguio City.
It is slated to be held as a four leg bike race along the different routes going to Baguio City from its neighboring towns. The first of this series is the Kennon Road leg while the succeeding stages of the race are planned to be held along Ambuclao Road, Naguilian Road and Asin Road.
DISTANCE: 30 kilometers
The organizers reserve the right to merge categories in cases where there are less than 10 participants for each age category.
ENTRY FEES (FOR ONE LEG OF THE RACE ONLY)
Registration Period: August 15 to September 21, 2022
Early Bird Rate Php 900 (until 50 slots are full)
Regular Rate Php 1,100 (until 300 slots are full or September 18 only,whichever comes first)
Late Registration Php 1,300
Registration Sites are located at the following:
Toyville Bisikleta Kapihan Atbp – Hotel Albergo, No. 1 Villamor Street, Lualhati Barangay, Baguio City
Toyville Centermall – Centermall, Magsaysay Avenue, Baguio City
ONLINE REG/BANK DEPOSIT OPTION
Deposit or send Registration fee amount to:
Account Name: MARISSA DACAYANAN
BPI Account No. 0566-207806
BDO Account No. 000940007940
GCASH NO. 09061902510
—–ONLINE REG IS CLOSED—-
- Deadline for registration is September 22, 2022 or until slots last.
- Registration is non-transferable. Your registration payment and race bib cannot be transferred or sold to any other individual. Both athletes caught competing under someone else’s registration / or allowing the use of his/her race bib will be banned from joining Godspeed races for a minimum period of two (2) years, at the sole discretion of Godspeed.
- If you are unable to participate, you will not receive a refund for your race entry fee, but you may claim your purchased race giveaways.
- Cash prize to the Champion in each age category (amount to be announced later)
- All Top 3 Male/ Female Category winners shall be awarded trophies.
- All top 4-10th Male/Female Categories will receive a medal.
RACE RULES (as adopted from MTB Adventures)
These rules are are intended to create an atmosphere of sportsmanship, equality, and fair play. It also ensures that the participants’ safety and protection are of primary importance. It shall penalize participants who gain unfair advantage or violate the rules.
- A) General Conduct:
- Are expected to practice sportsmanship at all times.
- Will be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others.
- Should know, understand and follow the Competition Rules.
- Are expected to obey traffic regulations and instructions from race officials. The route of the race shall not be closed to traffic, hence the participants are supposed to ride safely and be mindful of the traffic conditions.
- Should treat other Participants, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy.
- Avoid the use of abusive language.
- Inform a Race Official after withdrawing from the race.
- Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials.
There shall be no aid stations along the route, hence the participants are expected to be self sufficient for their nutrition and hydration during the race.
Littering or unnecessary damage to the environment will not be tolerated and could lead to disqualification.
The riders must complete the entire distance of the race by following the official route.
The riders must act in a polite manner at all times, and permit any faster rider to overtake without obstructing.
Riders must respect the countryside and ride only on the official route. Riders must avoid polluting the are and not leave any waste or litter.
No glass containers of any kinds are permitted on or near the course.
Riders must not use offensive or abusinve languange during the ract, act in an unporting manner, be disrespectfully to the officials or ignore the race regulations.
Participants are not allowed to have escorts, or aid vehicles alongside them during the race.
- B) Equipment
Mountain bikes and road bikes in good working condition will be allowed during the race. For Mountain bikes, the minimum tire width is 1.95 inches.
A rider not wearing a helmet at any stage of the race will be removed from the course immediately and is deemed disqualified.
- C) Health:
- Participants acknowledge that this activity is strenous and to be able to join, participants should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a race, the participants declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the race;
- Participants are encouraged to perform periodic health evaluation (PHE) and to undergo a pre-participation evaluation (PPE) prior to engaging in competitive sport.
- D) Eligibility:
- The participant’s age is determined by their age on December 31st in the year of competition.
- Participants who are minors are required to secure the consent of their parents before joining the race.
- A participant who competes in a category different from his/her age will be disqualified from the events he/she took part in. Any awards, prizes and points will be removed.
- Race registrations are non-transferable. Both participants caught competing under someone else’s registration / or allowing the use of his race registration will be disallowed from joining any Godspeed race for a minimum period of one (1) year to a maximum of two (2) years, at the sole discretion of Godspeed.
- E) Registration:
- All participants must provide a Government issued ID at race kit pick-up prior to competition.
- All participants must pick up their race kit at the designated place and time.
- F) Illegal Equipment:
- Headphone(s) and headset(s), mobile phones or any other electronic listening communication device
- Glass containers/bottles
- Bicycles with missing front or rear brakes
- G) Rules on Outside Assistance:
- Medical assistance and food and liquid are permitted at designated aid stations only. All other outside assistance is prohibited.
- H) Protests:Protests concerning the eligibility of a participant shall be made to the race official before the start of the race.Protests concerning the safety of the course or its variance to the regulations must be made to the Referee no later than twenty-four (24) hours before the start of the race.
A participant, who protests against another participant or official, must do so to the race organizers within fifteen (15) minutes of his/her finish time. However, the intention to write a protest has to be announced to the race organizer within five (5) minutes of his/her finish time. After this deadline, only protests following this process will be admitted.
Protests concerning mistakes in timing and results (time errors, athletes’ ranking) may be delivered in writing by the athlete to the Race Organizer within thirty (30) days after the competition.
The protest must be accompanied by a deposit of Php 2,000 and will be refunded if the protest is successful. If the protest is denied, there will be no refund and the money will be retained by Race Organizer.
- Information to be included:
- The alleged rule violated
- The location and approximate time of the alleged violation
- Persons involved in the alleged violation
- A statement, including a diagram of the alleged violation, if possible
- The names of witnesses who observed the alleged violation