The Only Race that Matters

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2016 Tour de Burg

July 1 - 6
Food and ceremonies to follow

General Information
MTB days will be 35-55 miles and take 6-8 hours. Road days will be 100+ and take 6-8 hours.
The opening time trial will take about 35-55 minutes.
There will be SuperD, KOM and Sprint competitions during each stage, 8 of each during the tour.
There will be full sag support & race supplies for each stage (lunch, drinks, snacks).
We will provide dinner after each stage – see locations above.
Cost – $175 Full Tour or $30 Stage – The Commissar prefers CASH.
Please submit a Letter of Intent via Facehole or to my email
To volunteer or for more information contact me.

Rules-ish
General Classification:
To be considered for the general classification you must finish each stage in its entirety.
The individual with the best combined time (all stages) will wear the leaders’ jersey.
You must start the stage with the group (i.e. no riding on your own).
Sprint, KOM, & Super D competitors will earn points for top 5 finishes in the respective competitions. 1st – 5 pts, 2nd – 4 pts, 3rd – 3 pts, 4th – 2 pts, 5th – 1 pt. The individual with the most points and completes the tour wears the jersey and wins the competition.
Sprint, KOM, & Super D classifications do not count toward General Classification.
There may be situations when a time cut is imposed in order to keep the group moving and to complete the stage in a timely manner. We expect to wait up to an hour after timed sections for the peloton to regroup. On certain sections and scenarios, if a rider does not finish within 1 hour of the group, they may be rerouted or sagged. I have no problems sagging slummers.