You must race one round at the main route. Hereafter it is up to you how much you will race for the next 6, 12 or 24 hours.
All participants have to run through a scan-in/scan-out area after each round. That way your amount of kilometres will be registered. It is of course possible to keep you pace due this area.
PAIR AND TEAM
A Pair consists of 2 riders.
A Team consists of 3 to 4 riders.
Each rider, from the pair or tema, must race one round at the daily route. Hereafter is is free how they share the rest of the time.
Pair- and team race are raced as a stafet. That means that each pair/team can only have one rider at the route at a time.
When you change rider, it takes place in the scan-in/scan-out area. Meaning the next rider may race out through the scan area when the previous rider has been scanned into the scan area. The active chip must be handed over to the next rider.
All participants must go through the scan area for each lap to register the kilometers traveled.
The race area opens Friday before the race at 3.00 pm. After that, it will be possible to accomodate in the hall or the assigned areas for tents, caravans and motorhomes, as well as putting up pavilions, and just settle.
For safety reasons, riders will start in groups of 30 riders. The groups start every five minutes.
First start is t 10.00 am. This is RAAM riders as well as recumbents (if any). Next group is the 6 hours, then the 12 hours and last 24 hours riders.
The starting order within the classes is determined time the enrollment/sugn up. All riders must be ready in their respective start group at least 10 minutes before.
It is allowed to use all types of bicycles that are legal in public traffic.
Riders on recumbent bikes must not ride in groups with others.
It is allowed to change bicycles along the way, but not to another type (e.g. from TT bicycle to recumbent bicycle).
It is allowed to switch between regular racing bike and TT bike.
Disc wheels and the likes are allowed.
NOTE: All riders must use a UCI approved bicycle helmet at all times.
Triathlon bars and hangers are not allowed, except RAAM riders.
- You participate in the race at your own risk.
- You must comply with the Road Traffic Act.
- You must wear a bicycle helmet.
- Do not use Triathlon/TT handlebars (RAAM Qualifiers are excluded)
- You must use bicycle lights and reflective vest between 8:00 pm – 6:00 am. Front lights and rear lights must be mounted on the bike.
- Participants must wear outer layer on the upper body with a minimum 15mm wide reflective strip.
- We generally recommend that participants make themselves as visible as possible. Reflectors on the rear of the pedal arms, in wheels or on tires and reflections on legs / shoes are all great for visuality
- Do not use flashing rear lights for the sake of the person driving right behind you. The participants themselves must bring the necessary flashlights and reflective clothing.
Participant fee includes
Dinner Friday evening.
Breakfast for team crew and relatives Sunday morning.
Full catering from a tent with direct view to the race area.
Possibility of camping in either tent or caravan.
Possibility of accommodation in Ebberup Hallen the evening before and during the race.
Rider catering (note there has been changes due to COVID19)
The food tent can be found in the race area with a view of the race. There is a pit area where the riders can pass and on the fly fill the pockets with the food they need. The food will – as much as possible – be eatable on the bike. During the race, the following can be found in the food tent and pit stop pavilion.
– Fruit and vegetables; oranges, bananas, cucumbers, melon
– Rye bread sandwiches with pesto and cold cuts
– Buns with nutella
– Pasta salad & oven baked potatoes
– Chicken & sausages from the grill
– Chips, peanuts, raisins & sweets
– Water, soda, energy drink, juice, juice, coffee shots
Helpers & family members
It is possible to purchase catering for helpers and family members. This costs DKK 175 for adults and DKK 125 for children. Food ticket purchases are made on race day. The bracelet must be worn throughout the race, this applies to both riders and helpers and family members.
Overnight in the Hall
It is possible to spend the night in either the Ebberup hall or camp just next to the hall.
Accommodation and camping are part of the registration fee.
Before, during and after the race it will be possible to sleep in the Ebberup Hall.
The hall will open Friday before the race at 3.00 pm and closes again at Sunday after the race at 3.00 pm. You must bring your own sleeping gear; mattress, pillow etc. Both Friday and Saturday night there must be quiet in the hall between 11.00 pm – 07.00 am, and again Sunday from 11.00 am – 3.00 pm.
Overnight in tent / caravan / motorhome
It is possible to spend the night in a tent / caravan on the football fields behind Ebberup Hallen.
When entering the courts, pick the field on the leftside. Due to the condition of the fields, we reserve the right to cancel this option, in case of very soft surface.
Please note, there will be no electricity at the campsite. However, it is possible to leave ordinary units in the food tent.
Motorhomes must park at Ebberup School. It is recommended that you do not block the fire roads. This will be indicated by signs. Note, there will be no power at camp site.
The fire regulations states that there must be at least 3 meters between tent, caravans etc.
Is being published 2 weeks prior to the event.