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Rules & Regulations- Jamaica Reggae Ride

  • Each rider must be at least 18 years of age by the day that we start the Jamaica Reggae ride.

  • Each rider must use a helmet at all times, or he can be asked to remove him/herself from the ride.

  • Each rider must have international medical insurance that includes emergency international air ambulance and be in good physical health and condition.

  • Each rider’s bike must be in good operating condition.

  • Entry is by pre-registration only. No registrations will be allowed on the day of the Road cycling event.

  • Generally we assess the speeds we need to use at the welcome meeting after we have met all the cyclists and analyze their capabilities. Generally each rider will end up riding in one of the established groups. THe groups just “Happens”. Group “A”: riders may have an average pace 20+mph or higher depending on the participants..
    Group “B” will be pacing at an average speed of 18 mph and Group C at  16mph or less. Each group will led by its own tour leader. Each group will be released about 5 minutes apart of each other, with the slower group departing last . This way if a participant find s he is unable to keep pace with group A, he has the option to slow down and join the second group. 

  • Using aero-handlebars could increase the possibility of a mishap, and so during the Jamaica Reggae Ride,
    it is strictly prohibited

  • Family members or friends can follow participants in a car however it must remain behind the official sag bus in the back of group  3.

  • The Jamaica Reggae Ride is a group ride.  No rider is allowed to ride off the front alone. To do so, is to considered abandonment of  the tour. Any rider lagging behind the group can accept the  help of our ride leaders with a push or can join one of the support vehicles. No rider is allowed to ride outside of  the group. To do so, is  considered as abandonment of participation because it puts the safety of the entire  group at risk.

  • The use of I-Pods ,cell phones etc. whilst riding on The Jamaica Reggae Ride is strictly prohibited.

  • If a rider abandons the  ride, that participant is responsible of notifying the staff. The use of our SAG wagons is
    strongly encouraged for these riders.

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