When does registration close?
Registration for the Kaiser route will close on Monday June 25, 2012. There is same day registration for the Tollhouse Century and Millerton Metric routes.
Can we buy extra meal tickets?
The after ride meal is free for all participants. Additional meal tickets are available for purchase for guests. (Pre-ordered only). Contact the CTK coordinator if you need to order meal tickets but didn’t check the box on your registration form.
Where can I get something to eat?
DiCicco's Italian Restaurant, 408 Clovis Ave.
Bobby Salazar¹s Mexican Restaurant, 434 Clovis Ave
Luna's Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant, 349 Pollasky
What kind of support can I expect on the ride?
Our SAG drivers will be traveling around the course to assist riders. They carry spare tubes and tires, a floor pump, some various tools, and some water. We contract with the California Highway Patrol for two officers to patrol the course and monitor rider/driver safety. Our rest stops will offer a variety of food items along with Hammer Nutrition products, water, and sodas. Your energy powder and lights can be transported to Shaver Lake for you. (See registration information)
What kind of energy drink will you have at rest stops?
Hammer Nutrition products will be available at all stops. Water and a variety of sodas will also be available. Selection may be limited at some stops so if it’s something you have to have, better to carry it yourself.
Can I sign up for one ride and do another?
You can switch rides only from one ride to the lesser ride. Example: You sign up for the century but you're having a bad day-you can finish the metric instead. On the other hand, you can't sign up for the century and, because you're having a great day, choose to do the Climb to Kaiser. So, you're better off signing up for the harder ride and having the option of doing the easier ride(s) instead. Please let a ride official know of you decision. We cannot offer refunds if you sign up for one ride and can’t complete the course.
I understand that this is a timed event. How does that work?
The clock starts at 5:30 a.m. There is a cut-off point at the base of Kaiser Pass Road, riders not beginning this portion of the route by 4:00 p.m. will be told to continue straight on Hwy. 168 and will be listed as a DNF. Riders must also leave the Shaver Lake rest stop by 6:30 p.m. or be SAG’ed ahead and listed as a DNF. When you finish the ride, you must sign in your time next to your name and number. We will compute your finishing time and post it on our website the following week. Official finishers must have their numbers marked AND recorded at Big Creek, Kaiser Pass, Pine Ridge, and the finish. Failure to have your number marked and recorded will result in a DNF. Riders not concerned with an official time may start at 4:30 a.m. They will be listed as finishers without a time.
What does the jersey desing look like? When will I receive my jersey?
The jersey design will be posted when it is completed and approved by the FCC board and production company. Voler wil be producing the jerseys in 2011. Jerseys should be delivered to Fresno by the end of August, 2011, and be mailed to finishers within a week.
If I order a finisher's jersey and don't finish, what happens?
If you are a previous finisher, your jersey will be mailed to you when the order arrives in Fresno. If you ordered a jersey and are unable to complete the ride, we will refund your money. Please allow us time to compile the finishers list and check the jersey order before asking for your refund.
Who do I contact if I have any other questions?
For additional information, contact John Craft at (559) 355-0534 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Who do I contact if I have any other questions about my registration
For additional information on your registration, contact Adrienne Moser at email@example.com
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