Rules for Audax Indonesia Events
Audax Indonesia Rider Guidelines
Audax Indonesia Brevets are ridden as a peloton, controlled by a nominated peloton leader, and/or car, and ridden at an average speed of 22.5kph between control points.
The peloton leader is responsible for following the route, maintaining the ride schedule and any decisions related to the conduct and safety of the ride. The peloton lead can be supported by a Leading Support Car. It is never allowed to pass the peloton leader or Leading Support Car.
For brevets of 400km or longer, an alternate peloton leader may also be nominated depending on the size of the peloton.
Wrist Band - Start Number - Bike Number
- Every participant of an Audax Indonesia Ride gets a wristband, start number und bike number.
- The start number must be clipped on the back of the jersey and must be visible during the whole Audax Ride.
- The bike number must be clipped on the seat post during the whole Audax Ride.
- The wrist band must be wore during the whole Audax Event.
- If a participant don´t use the wristband, bike number or start number as written below, must be excluded from the event.
Food and Drinks during the rides and at rest points
- Every participant of Lombok Audax Events gets during the ride, drinks, food, fruits at the stop points and lunch and dinner as written in the pricelist
- For people without wrist band it´s not allowed to enter the area of rest points and for lunch and dinner before, during and after the Audax Events
- People without wrist band don´t get drinks and food during the Audax Events
On ride day, riders receive a UAF brevet card, a detailed route with scheduled rest stop and control point details.
Minimum finish times must be respected, with the Peloton leader targeting the Peloton Time. The Peloton Time includes rest stops, lunch and overnight control points.
Distance Peloton Time Maximum Time
100 km 5 to 7 hours
200 km 12 to 14 hours
300 km 17 to 20 hours
400 km 26 to 27 hours
600 km 38 to 40 hours
1,000 km 75 to 76 hours
For 100km brevets the riding average can be reduced to 20kph if desired by the ride organizer. For brevets of 200km or longer, the riding average for a difficult stage may be reduced to 20kph, but offset by a stage at 25kph, and with no more than one stage at 20kph permitted every 12 hours.
A rider in physical or mechanical difficulty may still successfully complete the brevet if they finish by the Maximum Time allowed.
Who May Ride
Any person may take part in a ride provided that:
- A person who is under 16 years of age must be accompanied throughout the ride by a parent or other responsible adult.
- A person who is under 18 years of age must have written approval from a parent or guardian.
- The rider has satisfied any qualifying or entry criteria set by the organizer in accordance with the Rules.
Ride Entry and Fees
Before the start of a ride a rider must:
- give the organizer a completed ride entry form
- pay the full Audax
Bicycles and Equipment
A rider may ride any type of cycle on a ride provided it is only capable of being propelled solely by human effort and complies with the road rules. On a ride where any part of the maximum permitted time for the ride is at night, a rider must have:
- At least two independent front lights which have constant beams and otherwise comply with the road rules.
- At least two independent rear lights which comply with the road rules; a red reflector which complies with the road rules, an effective reflective vest, bandolier or jersey (with reflective markings on both the front and rear) or equivalent
The rider must have available for use at all times:
- one front light and one rear light and a red reflector,
At night or in hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility:
- have illuminated at least one front light of constant beam
- have illuminated at least one rear light
The course for a ride is that described in the route notes and/or depicted on the map issued by the organizer for that ride. Audax Indonesia may change the course before or during a ride if necessary for safety reasons or to deal with unforeseen circumstances. Where it is necessary to shorten the course, riders will be deemed to have entered a ride of the shortened distance. Riders must stay on the route. If a rider leaves the route, they must return to the route at the same point prior to continuing
Each rider must be self-sufficient however nothing in this rule prevents a rider from obtaining assistance (including buying food and drink), from: another rider taking part in the ride or a shopkeeper, local resident, passer-by or other disinterested person.
A rider must obey the road rules. If a dirt ride is on roads or tracks that are not covered by the road rules, a rider must, as far as reasonably practicable, comply with the road rules as if they did apply on those roads or tracks. A rider may draft behind other riders taking part in the ride, but must not draft behind any rider not taking part in the ride. A rider must obey the reasonable requests of the organizer and any support person. A rider must be courteous to, and behave in a sporting manner towards, other riders taking part in the ride, the organizer and all support people.
The organizer is not responsible for any kind of losses that result in by participants at the events of Audax Indonesia.
The participant of Audax Indonesia Events are not cover by insurance.