All decisions made by DV100 Race or Ride are final.
Helmets are mandatory.
An approved cycling helmet is required. Cyclists must wear a certified cycling helmet with the chinstrap buckled at all times while riding on the course.
Ride within the designated routes.
Ride safely and in control and single file whenever possible. Any cyclist who is deemed to be riding unsafely, discourteously or recklessly will be removed from the DV100 Race or Ride. Any riders found cycling outside the designated cycling lane for the DV100 Race or Ride will be automatically disqualified.
No outside support vehicles allowed along the course.
Support vehicles and spectators are allowed in designated areas only. It is unsafe for spectators to stop at any other spot along the route.
Emergency Vehicles ALWAYS have the right of way.
If a rider encounters an emergency vehicle, the rider is to give way to the emergency vehicle by pulling over, stopping and dismounting.
Display your event number.
All registered cyclists must wear their event number according to race instructions.
Familiarize yourself with the route.
It is the responsibility of the riders to know the proper routes. DV100 does provide signage, as well as volunteers to assist riders along the route, but it is up to the rider to ensure they are on the proper route.
No unregistered individuals.
Unregistered riders will not be allowed on course during the event.
Participants are permitted to use standard road bicycles, hybrids, commuters or mountain bikes.
If you are interested in participating using any vehicle other than the standard road bicycle, we require that you contact us no later than one month in advance of the event. Non-standard bikes may not be eligible for prize money.
Triathlon bikes and road bikes with aero bars are not allowed to draft on any route.
Triathlon bike riders are only eligible for prize money in the 160KM.
No usage of headphones, personal stereos or cell phones while riding.
DV100 Race or Ride riders under the age of 18 on race day must have their waiver agreed upon by a parent or guardian in order to participate.
Riders must be a minimum of 16 years old to participate in DV100 Race or Ride.
Riders will need to be finished the course by 2:30pm. After 2:30pm there will be no volunteers or support vehicles to assist riders.
No littering on course.
Riders are to dispose of garbage in designated garbage bins only.
All riders are to obey traffic officers and course marshals.
To disobey instructions from these individuals may result in disqualification from the ride.
Public urination is not permitted.
When nature calls, riders are asked to use the available portable toilets provided at Rest Stops.
All decisions regarding prizes are at the discretion of the DV100 Organizing Committee.
In the different events if participants are racing the first racer to cross the finish line will receive first place.
Riders must be present to accept prizes.
DV100 will not send prizes to riders after the event is completed.
Be aware of others around you and communicate well in advance while cycling.
Use gestures in combination with verbal commands. Pass on the left only. It is recommended that cyclists advise others that they are about to pass – politely saying “on your left” upon approaching a rider usually does the trick. Ride with your head up. Look down the road not at the person in front of you.
If you choose to stop while on course, signal to the riders behind and pull over safely.
Our on-course support team (mechanics, ride marshals, medical staff) may ask you to indicate whether or not you need assistance. If you’re okay, the signal with a “thumbs-up” to say, “Everything’s good with me.”
Maintain control and speed of your bike, even going downhill.
Know your limits.
Crashes can occur when inexperienced riders do not have bike-handling skills to make quick decisions in a pack.
Always plan an escape route.
Never overlap your wheels with another cyclist.
Be respectful of other riders and help others when needed.
Be familiar with the course route you are riding, it is up to you to know where you are riding.
Course marshals, volunteers, support vehicles and kilometer markers are along the route to guide you.