The Hampshire Hilly Hundred

Conditions

There are no entry qualifications based on prior performance or ability. There is a minimum age requirement for unaccompanied riders of 18 years.

Juniors may ride if accompanied throughout the event by an adult who has signed a responsibility form at Registration.

Riders and their bikes are expected to start in a condition that should reasonably enable them to complete the course.

The organisers will disqualify any rider prior to starting or at any point in the event who is considered by the organisers to pose an undue risk to themselves or to other riders. They will not receive a time and will not be covered by the event insurance. They may be relieved of any timing device previously lent to them.

The following machines are permitted to be ridden in th event: (i) bicycles, including recumbents, (ii) tandem bicycles (the "stoker" rides free but must also sign on at Registration). The following are specifically prohibited: tricycles, tandem-trikes, electric bicycles.

The Hampshire Hilly Hundred IS NOT A RACE. No ranked results will be given or prizes awarded. Recorded times and achieved standards are given to satisfy personal curiosity.

There is no compulsion to follow the indicated course and no penalty for failing to complete the course. All participants will accept that route signs are susceptible to removal, repositioning or covering by persons or natural forces beyond the control of the event organisers. All participants will rely on their own judgement and discretion as to whether, at any point while riding in the event, they should make a turn or any other manoeuvre, to carry on, or to come to a halt. They will consider all event route signs and the actions or words of marshals to be advisory and not mandatory.

All participants undertake the event on the understanding that the route for its whole course follows open roads and in participating they accept the risks and hazards of cycling on the public highway. Participants also accept the normal responsibilities of a road user, and understand that their riding must not breach the law as laid out in the Traffic Acts, nor should they infringe the Highway Code.