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Glennallen/Chitna/Glennallen 200K

Date: September 11, 2010
Course Map: HERE

Description: A beautiful fall ride from Glennallen to Chitna via Copper Center and Kenny Lake.

Registration Opens: 6:00AM
Ride Starts: 7:00AM
Start control closes immediately after the ride begins.

Start Location: Caribou Hotel in Glennallen
Distance: 200 Kilometers +/-
Type: ACP brevet
Time Limit: 13.5 Hours (200K)

Organizer: Kevin Turinsky
Phone: 907-276-6299 (hm), 907-317-6030 (mobile)

Insurance Fees: $20.00 RUSA Members, $30.00 Non-members.

Special Instructions:
This is not an event. Each rider is considered to be on an individual ride. Familiarize yourself with the regulations.

Things you must have:
Sam Browne Belt or similar.
Food and water.
Tools/repair stuff.

Things you should have:
Remember, the spirit of randonneuring emphasizes self-sufficiency. If anything on your bike breaks, you gotta fix it. (Have you ever replaced a spoke, 12 hours into your ride, in the driving rain, at 40 degrees F?) Also, it's your responsibility to have your brevet card properly completed at each control point. DO NOT LOSE YOUR BREVET CARD!

Please be polite/courteous/civil to convenience store attendants and all park service employees. It's your responsibility to know the Alaska state and local road laws. Link to Alaska Bicycle Law

Reminders: Join or renew your RUSA membership.

Most Important: All riders are reminded that any failure to conduct the ride in accordance with RUSA rules (www.rusa.org), applicable laws, or any special instructions or equipment requirements for this ride may result in a time penalty or disqualification. Sorry, I had to say that. Right now would be a good time to read RUSA's Rules for Riders (http://www.rusa.org/brvreg.html) Also, you've got to wear your helmet.

Kevin Turinsky,
Sep 9, 2010, 8:13 PM