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City of Busselton RIDE 101

March 12 @ 5:00 am - 10:00 am

  • ENTRY INFORMATION
  • COURSE DESCRIPTION & MAP
  • EVENT PROGRAM & BRIEFING
  • EVENT RULES & CONDITIONS
  • SPECTATOR & SUPPORT

ENTRY INFORMATION

ENTRY INFORMATION

CITY OF BUSSELTON VINEYARD RIDE 101

Date

Location

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Sunday 12 March 2017 From: Dunsborough – To: Dunsborough DOWNLOAD PDF ENTRY
This event is part of The City of Busselton Festival of Endurance 11-12 March 2017

CITY OF BUSSELTON VINEYARD RIDE 101

WELCOME

Welcome to the fourth edition of the City Of Busselton Vineyard Ride 101.

Conducted from the City of Busselton and around the Margaret River Vineyard area alongside the Indian Ocean, the Vineyards Ride 101 presents a Cycling Challenge with supporting events of 80km; 60km and 30km on one of the most scenic Ride courses in Australia.
The events suit all level of individual abilities and training while providing a challenge with distances that will suit everyone who wishes to experience the Challenge.

Your Ride Features:

  • A Scenic and Challenging event course
  • Race bag with Products
  • All Riders receive a Breakfast Burger and a coffee
  • Finish area Festival and Refreshments
  • Aid Stations along the Course
  • On course signage for direction and safety
  • Entry to Draw Prizes

ENTRIES CLOSE:  Monday MARCH 6, 2017

Race information and booklet will be emailed if a clearly printed email address is provided

  • NOTE: Registration Fee includes Event Entry fee, Event Operations Fees, Permissions and Event Insurance.

REGISTRATION FEES

Vineyards Ride 101 Enter before October 31 Enter before December 31 Enter before January 31 Enter February 1 to March 5
101km $55 $65 $70 $75
80km $55 $60 $65 $70
60km $50 $55 $60 $60
30km $45 $50 $55 $60

COURSE DESCRIPTION & MAP

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EVENT INFORMATION

The Vineyards Ride 101 is designed so all Cyclists can participate. The four distances each provide a challenge whether it be for the race / club cyclists, enthusiast, the weekend coffee ride or those who just enjoy riding.
The ride is the most spectacular Ride of the summer with a course and distance to suit everyone.
An undulating course with climbs and fast descents through a variety of country side including;
• Dunsborough Foreshore • Yallingup Surf Beach
• Vineyards • Cape Naturalist Lighthouse
The event is structured to cater for Individuals and team groups and will have electronic timing.

When: Sunday 12 March 2017
Where: Township of Dunsborough (240km south of Perth)

Distances: Four distances will be available:-

  • Ride 101 – 101 kilometres (Dunsborough Start)
  • 80 kilometres (Dunsborough Start)
  • 60 kilometres (Dunsborough Start)
  • 30 kilometres (Dunsborough Start)

Start / Finish Line:
The event starts and finishes from the foreshore in Dunsborough.

THE COURSE

101km Course

The 101km course provides a challenge that includes a number of climbs and rapid descents with scenic views throughout.

The course starts at the Dunsborough Foreshore (Geographe Bay Road) and follows Georgraphe Bay Road and Elmore Road to Caves Road and Commonage Road. The course then follows Commonage Road, Left into Mewett Road, Right into Quindalup Road, Right into Yallingup Siding Road, Right into Berryman Road, Woodbridge Vale and right in Sommerville Road, and Left at Commonage Road. The route then passes Vineyards to Wildwood Road along Commonage, Wildwood Road and right into Millbrook Road through Millbrook Esatate to turn right at Kangaroo Parade and right into Marrinup Drive. Following a climb of Marrinup a detour left at Sheoak Drive into a circuit of Sheoak Drive and McLachlan Road returning to a left turn into Marrinup Drive .Turn left from Marrinup into Commonage Road and left into Biddle Road to Caves Road and follow Caves Road to Yallingup Surf Beach. On leaving Yallingup follow Caves Road to Dunsborough, left into Cape Naturalist Road to the Light House. Returning along Caves Naturalist Road with a detour to Meelup Beach along the beach for 5 kilometres and return before rejoining Caves Road and run into in Dunsborough at the foreshore park

80km Course

The 80km course provides a similar challenge to the 101km course that includes a number of climbs and rapid descents with scenic views throughout.

The course starts at the Dunsborough Foreshore (Geographe Bay Road) and follows Georgraphe Bay Road and Elmore Road to Caves Road and Commonage Road. The course then follows Commonage Road, The route then passes Vineyards to Wildwood Road along Commonage, Wildwood Road and right into Millbrook Road through Millbrook Esatate to turn right at Kangaroo Parade and right into Marrinup Drive. Following a climb of Marrinup turn left from Marrinup into Commonage Road and left into Biddle Road to Caves Road and follow Caves Road to Yallingup Surf Beach. On leaving Yallingup follow Caves Road to Dunsborough, left into Cape Naturalist Road to the Light House. Returning along Caves Naturalist Road with a detour to Meelup Beach along the beach for 5 kilometres and return before rejoining Caves Road and run into in Dunsborough at the foreshore park

60km Course

The 60km course provides a challenge for the later half from Dunsborough to the Cape Naturalist Lighthouse without the distance of the 101km Ride.

The course starts at the Dunsborough Foreshore (Geographe Bay Road) and follows Dun Bay Road to the roundabout joining Caves Road for the 9 kilometres to Yallingup along Caves Road.
On leaving Yallingup follow Caves Road to Dunsborough, left into Cape Naturalist Road to the Light House. Returning along Caves Naturalist Road with a detour to Meelup Beach along the beach for 5 kilometres and return before rejoining Caves Road and run into in Dunsborough at the foreshore park.

30km Course

The 30km course while short is all and down and is an achievement in itself.

The course starts in Dunsborough at the foreshore park on Geographe Bay Road. The ride progresses `through Dunsborough townsite before turn into right into Cape naturalist Road to the Light House. Returning along Caves Naturalist Road with an optional detour to Meelup Beach before arriving in Dunsborough.

EVENT PROGRAMMING & BRIEFING

COMPETITOR BRIEFING

The event is structured to cater for Individuals and team groups and will have electronic timing.

When Sunday 12 March 2017
Where Dunsborough (240 kilometres south of Perth) and the township of Dunsborough
Distances Three Four distances will be available

  • Ride 101 – 101 kilometres
  • 80 kilometres
  • 60 kilometres
  • 30 kilometres (Dunsborough Start)
Start / Finish Line The event starts and finishes on the foreshore in Dunsborough
Event Day Timeline
Registration Saturday 11 March (Fat Duck Cycles, Busselton)– 9.30am to 10.30am & 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Sunday 12 March – 5.00am to 5.30am
Event Briefing 5.40am
Event Start/s 6.00am (first light) at Dunsborough –three starts from 101km,80km and 60km: 6.45am (30km From Dunsborough)

 

EVENT RULES & CONDITIONS

EVENT RULES & CONDITIONS

GENERAL EVENT REGULATIONS

  • All participants are required to complete the Event Registration entry form with accurate and correct information. Incorrect or incomplete information will not be entertained.
  • An Event Confirmation and Information will be sent to the registered email address to confirm your race entry and provide final event details. If you did not receive the Race Confirmation and Information please contact the Event Management  before the closing date.
  • Participants who completed the Event Registration entry form agreed to abide by the rules and regulations of the event that has been signed up.
  • The Organizer reserves the right to accept or reject any entries without prior notice.
  • Once the registration is being processed, there will be no refund for those who fail to show up for the event and/or withdraw from it.
  • The event registration will only be confirmed when full payment of the entry fee is received.
  • On-the-day event entries will be entertained WITH A LATE FEE.
  • Any dispute or protest against another participant or any violation in the Event shall be made in writing to the on day Event Director within 30 minutes of her/his finish time.
  • The Event Management reserves the right to use any photographs or recordings of the participants for any commercial or advertising purposes without prior notice.
  • The Event Director / Event Technical Committee decision is final in the event of any dispute..
  • To ensure that your event details are correct, please check your particulars upon receipt of the Race Confirmation Email and report the discrepancy from your intended registration to the organizers. Any changes thereafter may be subject to an administration charge.
  • All participants should pick up their Race Packs and Goodie Bag on the Event Registration Day or Day which has been designated. Those who are unable to collect their Race Packs on that day, have to inform the Organizer in advance.
  • All participants are required to attend the Event Briefing conducted by the Event Director
  • All participants must ensure that their race numbers are clearly visible as required for the event and Timing devices used as directed.
  • A grace period of 15 minutes after the commencement of the race will be given for latecomers. Anyone who reports later than this grace period will not be allowed to participate in the race. Latecomers should be aware that their timings would have commenced when the race begins.
  • A participant may be disqualified for the following reason(s):
  • (a) Refusing to follow the rules and regulations and /or instructions given by the Event Director and/or Race Officials.
  • (b) Consumption of alcohol, stimulants or any kind of prohibited drugs during or  before the race under recognized  policies
  • Any participants decided to withdraw from the race should report to the Race Officials.

CYCLING

  • All cyclists must wear a helmet during the entire cycling course. Any cyclist seen riding without a helmet will result in immediate removal form the event.
  • All cyclists must ensure that their helmets are securely fastened before removing their bike from the Start to the Finish of the event.
  • All cyclist must ensure that their race numbers are clearly visible during the cycle leg at all times as required by the event.
  • Bare torso is not allowed at any time. A top must be worn during the Ride
  • Participant may walk or run with their bicycles.
  • Personal support vehicles and crews are not permitted. Assistance will be provided by the event organizers during the event with support vehicles.
  • All cyclists are to keep to the left side of the road and are reminded to observe traffic rules at all times as required by the event.
  • All participants will have to perform their own repairs if their bicycles should breakdown or wait for mechanical assistance.
  • All participants are encouraged to have their bicycles checked before the race starts.
  • No ipods, helmet cameras or similar implements are allowed on the Cycle.

INCLEMENT WEATHER

  • In the event of inclement weather, the Organizer reserves the right to delay the commencement of the race.
  • Should the inclement weather persist after the delay, the Organizer reserve the right to further delay, modify  or postpone the race without any refund of registration fees.

MEDICAL ADVISORY

  • Cycling is a physically demanding sport. Therefore, if you are unsure of your physical health condition, please seek medical advice from a medical professional before your register for the race.
  • Participants are advised against the consumption of alcohol, stimulants or any kind of prohibited drugs before to the event.
  • Participants are to ensure that they are physically prepared, well-rested and well-hydrated on the race day.
  • Should a participant feels unwell in the course of the race, he/she should stop and seek immediate medical attention from the on-course ambulance or at the finishing area.
  • If a participant is deemed to be physically incapable of continuing the race eg. severe dehydration, dizzyness, fainting; the Race Officials and/or Medical Practitioner has the rights to remove him/her from continuing the race. The Organizer’s decision is final in determining the removal/disqualification of the participant(s).

SPECTATOR & SUPPORT

SPECTATOR & SUPPORT

ACCOMMODATION / TOURISM

Voted one of the top 10 places to visit in the world by Lonely Planet, the Geographe Bay region is famed for its breathtaking natural beauty.

Here you will experience extraordinary. From the heights of the largest remaining tuart forest in the world at the Ludlow Tuart Forest, to the depths of Australia’s greatest artificial reef at the Busselton Jetty. In between you will find hundreds more equally spectacular spots, and just as many ways to enjoy them.

Home to the vibrant seaside towns of Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup, 30kms of pristine, white sandy beaches fringe the renowned Margaret River Wine Region to create the perfect holiday playground.

Visit geographebay.com for a comprehensive accommodation, tour and transport booking service, information on the best things to see and do in the region and your free Visitor Guide and map.  On arrival into the region be sure to drop into the Visitors Centres for friendly local advice.

Busselton Visitors Centre
Busselton Foreshore
Beach end of Queen Street
Tel: (08) 9752 580
0E: getaway@geographebay.com
Dunsborough Visitor Centre
Dunsbourough Park Shopping Centre
Seymor Blvd, Dunsborough
Tel: (08) 9752 5800
E: getaway@geographebay.com

Details

Date:
March 12
Time:
5:00 am - 10:00 am
Event Category:

Organiser

All Bar None
Phone:
+61 (0) 411 133 954
Website:
http://allbarnone.com/