1.1 GFNY Peru is a cycling event where riders are individually timed.
2.1. The entry to GFNY Peru is open to riders aged 18 or older. GFNY Peru has the sole discretion over entry numbers and cut off dates.
2.2. Riders who are serving a ban by a federation for a doping violation will be refused. Riders who have served their ban are allowed to ride in the event but will neither be timed nor be in the results and will start at the back.
2.3. Each rider has to ensure that his/her health condition is sufficient for the event.
2.4. Each rider is responsible for having sufficient insurance coverage.
2.5. Entries are not refundable, transferrable or deferrable. No rider shall be entitled to an entry fee refund in case of disqualification.
2.6. GFNY Peru reserves the right, in its sole and complete discretion, to deny entry, to revoke the entry application of any applicant at any time, and/or to disqualify any individual from the Event.
3.1. Bike: any technically serviceable roadworthy bicycle is permitted. The following are not permitted: triathlon bikes, time trial bikes, triathlon/aero bars, tandems, e-bikes, prone bicycles, recumbent bikes and bicycles with chair seating (except for para-athletes), penny farthings or mono cycles. Unsafe bikes can be banned at any time during the event.
3.2. Helmets must be worn by all riders at all times and have to be securely fastened with a chinstrap at all times while riding.
3.3. Jersey: the official GFNY Peru event jersey must be worn at all times during the race. No exceptions. Wearing a different jersey will lead to a severe time penalty or disqualification.
3.4. Bike number: the number plate with the chip timing strips on the back must be attached to the handlebar and be clearly visible from the front at all times. Any alteration of the number will lead to a time penalty or disqualification or the timing chips may not work properly.
3.5. Jersey number: the jersey number must be worn on the jersey pockets, attached by safety pins. Any wrong positioning or alteration of the number can lead to a time penalty or disqualification.
3.6. Wrist band: the wrist band must be worn at all times during the event.
3.7. Riders have to carry at least one spare tube and a functioning pump or CO2 cartridge.
3.8. The use of headphones will lead to immediate disqualification.
4.1. Riders without their GFNY jerseys, bike number, jersey number, helmet and wristband at the checkpoint will be refused access to the start area.
4.2. If a rider arrives late, he/she will not be able to access their allocated start corral and will have to start from the last start corral.
4.3. Start order:
(4.3.1) VIP and guest riders
(4.3.2) Competitive corrals
- (18.104.22.168) Top 10% of each age group of all GFNY World events of the previous 380 days.
- (22.214.171.124) Licensed racers in several corrals according to their ranking.
GFNY reserves the right to limit the front corral to qualifiers at GFNY World events if there are space constraints.
(3.1) General GFNY Long Route riders according to their age group (younger to older)
(3.2) GFNY Medium Route riders
Riders have to start in their designated corral. Riders are allowed to start in a corral further back than their designated corral. If a rider attempts to get in a corral further ahead than allocated he/she will be put in the last corral or disqualified.
5.1. All riders are timed by chip timing from start to finish. Overall rankings are determined by gun time. Age group rankings are determined by net (chip) time. Only riders who complete the GFNY long-distance course are eligible for competition ranking and prizes. GFNY reserves the right, in its sole and complete discretion, to change the rules if deemed appropriate. The middle distance is a timed but non-competitive event.
Category is determined by rider’s age on December 31, 2020.
5.2.1 Individual Categories
- overall m/f
- 18-39 m/f
- 40-44 m/f
- 45-49 m/f
- 50-54 m/f
- 55-59 m/f
- 60-64 m/f
- 65+ f
- 65-69 m
- 70-74 m
- 75+ m
5.2.2 Team Categories
- The 4 best times a team will be counted to determine the fastest team.
- All members of a cycling team are eligible for individual prizes by age group.
- The three fastest teams of 4 will be called to the podium and will receive prizes.
- There is no maximum number of participants per team.
- Each subsequent team of 4 within the same team name will be grouped into their respective team result, plus a letter designation. E.g., Team Go Fast A, Team Go Fast B, Team Go Fast C, etc.
5.2.3 Him and Her Categories
- A female and male rider have to finish within thirty seconds of each other.
- Because it’s tough to find two riders of the same ability and fitness, pushing, pulling, dragging, encouraging, screaming, shouting and any other means of working together is allowed.
- The Him+Her team competition consists of two age categories: sub-90 and 90+ years old combined.
- Members of a Him+Her team are not eligible for individual age group prizes because rider assistance among team members in this category is permitted.
5.3. Prizes will be awarded to the top three in each category. Distribution of the prizes is at the sole discretion of GFNY Peru. Prizes not picked up at the awards will be distributed to other riders. Prizes will not be shipped or handed to anyone but the winner.
5.4. All protests concerning the order of finish shall be examined and resolved by the chief judge, whose decision is final and without appeal. It is the rider’s responsibility to familiarize himself/herself with the rules of the event and the course before the start. Taking alternate routes or cutting the course short leads to disqualification from the current competition and to a ban at future GFNY events.
6.1. No rider may be disrespectful toward race directors, officials, staff, riders, volunteers or spectators.
6.2. No rider may use foul or abusive language during GFNY Peru.
6.3. No rider may assault (an unlawful attempt, coupled with the present ability, to commit a violent injury on the person of another) or do battery (any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another) to anyone connected with GFNY Peru (including but not limited to riders, spectators, public officials, volunteers, staff, etc.).
6.4. Any of the above will lead to disqualification and a lifelong ban for GFNY World events.
7.1. Cyclists have to obey all laws of the road including traffic lights and stop signs unless overwritten by police. Violators may be ticketed by local law enforcement and/or disqualified and removed from the event.
7.2. No rider may make an abrupt motion so as to interfere with the forward progress of another rider, either intentionally or by accident.
7.3. Any rider who appears to present a danger to the other riders may be disqualified by GFNY Peru either before, during, or after the event.
7.4. Pushing or pulling or any other physical assistance among riders is prohibited in all categories.
7.5. No outside assistance is allowed (incl. but not limited to team cars, personal support cars handing in supplies from roadside).
7.6. If a rider is laying on the ground and is visibly in difficulty, any following rider has to stop and help unless there are already at least three people helping. You may continue if a) the victim is fine or b) medical personnel has arrived. Help others, you may need help one day.
7.7. Any misconduct with respect to the above can lead to disqualification and a lifelong ban at GFNY World events.
GFNY Peru is committed to protecting the environment. Any discarding of trash or food outside the designated trash receptacles at the aid stations or “eco zones” is prohibited and can lead to a time penalty, disqualification or lifelong ban at GFNY World events.
Any urinating in public is prohibited and can lead to disqualification, ticketing by local law enforcement or a lifelong ban at GFNY World events.
9. PERFORMANCE ENHACING DRUGS
9.1 GFNY Peru is committed to a drug free sport. Performance Enhancing Drugs (PED) are prohibited in preparation for and during GFNY Peru. GFNY Peru reserves the right to enforce doping controls before, during and after the event.
9.2 Any violation of World Anti Doping Association (WADA) rules will lead to disqualification, reclaim of prizes and a lifelong ban at GFNY World events. GFNY Peru shares positive doping controls with other event organizations as well as the public at large if a rule violation has been determined.
9.3 If a rider declines to be tested, he/she will be banned.
9.4 A Rider who tests positive at GFNY Peru will have to reimburse the cost of the doping control. Furthermore, such rider has to reimburse GFNY Peru for any damages to its reputation that are a consequence of his/her positive doping control. If the rider is part of a team participating at GFNY Peru, the team can be held liable for this damage.
10. ACCEPTANCE OF RISK
All those who ride and compete under these rules do so at their own risk. No liability shall attach to GFNY Peru or any of its officials with respect to any loss or injury sustained or caused by anyone competing or riding in GFNY Peru.
11. RULE CHANGES
Rules can be altered if deemed necessary at sole discretion of GFNY Peru.