You enter a WEMBO World Solo 24 hour Championships using the entry system of the host event. Check the Enter/Register section for the country of the race.
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The limit for each WEMBO World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Championships event will depend on the capacity of the course and host venue. Each venue has been selected on the basis that they can have 400 solo riders as a minimum. The limit will be advised when entries open. If the event is oversubscribed, then the Race Organiser has the right to close entries before the advertised closing date.
Race Entry Fee
The race entry fee will be payble on entry in the currency of the host event. It may vary between events depending on the host country and the level of services provided with each entry. As a guide, it is expected that the base level race entry will not exceed $AUS 250 or equivalent (approximately 200 Euro or 170 Pounds). This does not include licensing, insurance costs or any hiring costs, which are the responsibility of the rider.
WEMBO Refund Policy
Once a rider has entered and paid the race entry fee, that fee is non-refundable.
Other costs, such as hiring costs for a tent, camping etc, are subject to the refund policy of the event organiser.
If a WEMBO event has to be cancelled or postponed because of natural disaster, floods, fire or any other reason, there will be no refunds issued.
Registration at the Event
Each event will have a separate registration process on the Friday before the race, normally from 1000 to 1300.
Printed start lists will be displayed at Registration and will also be available online. A final start list will be published at the close of Registration on the Friday before the race, and will be available at the Race Brief. Riders have 30 minutes after conclusion of the Race Brief to advise the Race Director of any changes. After that time, no changes to the starting list, by rider or category, are permitted.
On the start line, riders will be checked off against the start lists. There is no requirement to physically sign-on however this may be done for media purposes. If so, this will be advised at the Friday race brief.
What Do I Get ?
Solo Pit Area. Each Solo rider will be allocated a named 3m x 3m solo pit are which has frontage onto the course. These will all be within the Solo Pit Row. This is where they can be fed, rest or get help. The rider can erect their own tent in this area, and there will also be facilities for the riders to hire pre-erected tents from the organiser. The solo rider will receive helper 3 pit passes. Each Solo Rider can have as many helpers as they want, but only 3 can be in the pits at any one time.
Camping. There will be camping areas allocated for the riders for the duration of the race. The exact location will vary with each event and it will be advised by the race organiser.
Battery Charging. A battery charging facility will be provided for the riders and helpers to charge bike lights. This will be on the basis of one mains power outlet per solo rider. If you need more outlets, you must bring your own multi-outlet power board and any power adaptor plugs you need. No other items can be plugged into this power.
Cooking. There will be an area inside the Solo Pit Row where helpers can prepare food for their riders.
Number Plates. Riders receive 2 sets of plates in case they have spare bikes. The larger front plate must be attached to the bars and be clearly visible. The smaller rear number plate can be attached to the rider or to the bike. Number plates cannot be altered or defaced.
Clothing and Promotion Items. Each rider will receive clothing, bidons and promotional material. One helper shirt will also be provided.