Bike Events Rules of the Road
REMEMBER it is not a race. Be a good advert for cycling and show consideration to other road users - even if they don't respect your space.
YOU MUST wear your official rider number on the day.
NEVER ride more than two abreast.
DO NOT attempt any dangerous passing.
It is forbidden to cross the centre line of the road.
Keep your distance from other cyclists at all times, as some may be inexperienced.
Don't go mad down hills. Please signal any intention to turn left or right and don't stop suddenly - there may be cars or other cyclists directly behind you.
NEVER cycle on the pavement or a footpath unless instructed by a Ride Marshal
- SLOW DOWN when passing horses. Indicate of your presence (by bell or calling out) and pass wide on the right. Horses can be dangerous when startled.
Please do not ask friends or family to drive along the course.
- Private support vehicles are not allowed on the route during the
event, as this could be hazardous for other cyclists and may obstruct
All riders aged 60 or over on the date of the ride and any rider
with a medical condition or unsure of their physical ability to take
part in the bike ride are advised to take medical advice from a general
practitioner prior to the event.
By entering this ride you agree to these rules and the following conditions:
I understand that this event is not a race and all riders must obey the Highway Code and the Bike Events Rules of the Road. Cycling can be a dangerous activity and I accept that the organisers cannot be held responsible for personal injury, accident, loss, damage or public liability. Riders under 16 must be accompanied by an adult and wear a cycle helmet. Your details may be passed on to the charity, if you do not wish this please let us know in writing.
All riders aged 60 or over on the date of the ride and any rider with a medical condition or unsure of their physical ability to take part in the bike ride are advised to take medical advice from a general practitioner prior to the event. Transport tickets are non-refundable. Entry fees are refunded only in the event of illness (minus a 25% administration fee). In this event, please return your registration pack with a covering letter.
Bike Events reserve the right to cancel / change the date of events / change the planned route and start and/or finish venue due to circumstances beyond our control. In the event of modification, cancellation or postponement of a ride, Bike Events will offer a transfer to another event or a full refund. Bike Events will not be liable for any costs incurred as a result of such modification, postponement or cancellation.
Photographs taken on the route, either by the ride charity
or by Bike Events, may be used for publicity purposes by either of one these
organisations. Please email us if you have any objections or concerns