Registration and bike racking for the Full and Half Dalesman races will be on Saturday afternoon only between 1500-1900. There will definitely be no registration or racking for these races on the race morning.
Quarter Dalesman entrants should preferably register and rack bikes on the Saturday but registration will also be available for those that can’t make the Saturday between 0830-0930 on the race morning. There will be overnight security of the transition area on the Saturday night.
At registration you will receive race numbers, bike tag, swim hat and other goodies we can acquire.
Full and Half Dalesman entrants will also receive a number of bags. See separate ‘Bags’ tab for details.
Please check that you have been given the correct timing chip – it should have the same number on it as your race number.
You will be issued with 2 numbers, a bike number and timing chip at registration. One number is to be displayed to the front for the run and the other to the rear for the cycle section. You can use race belts but please ensure your number is clearly displayed as above. Do not pin the middle of your number to the belt as it will fold in half and be impossible to read. Race number needs to be visible for the benefit of race officials and time keepers. Please write your emergency contact details on the back of your race number. If you have any medical conditions which you feel are relevant to the race please write these on the back of your race number as well.
You will be given an orange timing chip and neoprene ankle strap at registration. Please immediately attach the chip to the strap. If you find that you have to force it on you are doing it incorrectly, please ask rather than damage the strap. Put it on as soon as you are issued with it at registration. If you leave it in your car, house, kit bag, you won’t get a time. Top Tip ~ Don’t wear the chip on top of your wetsuit. Best to have it under your wetsuit leg if possible
Please avoid crossing the timing mats once the race has started other than to record your time. Your chip will be removed very shortly after crossing the finish line, however should you manage to escape from the finish corral before your chip is removed avoid crossing any of the timing mats. THERE WILL BE A £10 FEE FOR LOST OR NON-RETUNED CHIPS