Terms and ConditionsWhen entering the 2013 Ballarat Spokes Cycle Classic, you accept the following:
I understand that cycling on public roads is a potentially hazardous activity. I attest that I am physically fit and that my bike is in sound mechanical order prior to undertaking the event. During this event I agree to wear a cycling helmet, abide by the road rules, obey directions of the police officers and route marshals and ride with care and consideration of others on the road. In consideration of Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute permitting me to enter and participate in the Ballarat Come to Life Cycle Classic, and as a condition of such entry, I release Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute, its servants and agents from all claims for injury, loss or damage of whatever kind I might suffer as a result of any acts or omission whether negligent or otherwise of Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute, its servants or agents in relation to the event. I understand children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a cycling adult or cycling as a member of a school group, club or team.
The information supplied by me is correct, no false details have been given and I understand that some of the details I provide here will be displayed on this site for the public to view. I also agree that Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute accepts no responsibility for damage caused as a result of entering online.
Classic Cyclist Rules
The ride is supported by volunteer marshals, Victoria Police and traffic management infrastructure and staff. Cyclists must obey road rules and the instructions issued by event staff at all times while participating.All Riders must:
- Obey all road rules at all times.
- Ride safely and in control.
- Look out for hazards and point out hazards to those around you.
- Obey the instructions of Event Marshals and Traffic Controllers.
- Keep to the left of the road at all times, particularly when no lines exist.
- Wear an Australian Standard approved bicycle helmet.
- Ride no more than two abreast unless overtaking.
- Obey traffic signals (including lights, give way signs and stop signs).
- Not use mobile phones, walkmans or iPods etc while riding.
- Read and accept the Terms and Conditions of The Classic.
No Racing or large pelotons
The Ballarat Spokes Cycle Classic is a non competitive mass participation ride; therefore there must be no racing. Riders should not ride in large pelotons (no pelotons larger than 20 are permitted on open roads). If two pelotons are riding together, they should allow approximately 0.5km between.
The course will be serviced by support staff from 8.00am until 1pm. For the safety of cyclists and volunteers a cut-off time will be imposed at Dunnstown at 1pm. Cyclists should consider this cut-off time and their cycling fitness levels when entering The Classic. Cyclists who arrive at Dunnstown after 1pm will be able to continue along the course but there will not be marshals after this time.
Refund PolicyPlease note that requests for refunds must be received before 4 February 2013. Cancellations will not be accepted after this date. A $10 fee will be deducted from the entry fee to cover administration and handling costs. Notification for cancelling an entry must be received in writing or by email.
Letters of cancellations should be addressed to
FECRI - Cycle Classic
PO Box 105W
Ballarat West 3350
Emails of cancellations should be forwarded to
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