Sunday, 20th September 2015
Reporting Time :
Downhill Distance :
Start Time :
Race Format :
Best of Two Downhill Round
Entry Fee :
300/- per person (Entry is free only for U-18)
What is Downhill?
Downhill (DH) racing is a time trial event. Riders start at intervals that can vary
from 30 seconds to three minutes-depending on the stage of the competition - and the rider with
the lowest time wins. As the name of this discipline implies, DH races are held in steep, downhill
terrain, resulting in higher speed than in cross-country racing. The terrain is also significantly
rougher than in cross-country racing. The bike is designed with long travel suspension and
hydraulic disc brakes.
Rules of Clothing \ Equipment:
- All participants
MUST wear a FULL FACE HELMET
- All participants should covered elbows (3/4 or full length jersey is OK, Elbow pads are even better) NO Singlets
- All participants should covered knees (3/4 or full length pants are OK, Knee pads are even better)
- All participants should wear fully enclosed shoes (No Thongs)
- Body armor, gloves, goggles, neck braces
Further Details on race page
General Rules :
- Race BIBs/Numbers must be displayed on the handlebars of the bicycle. Altering,
cutting or placing of unauthorised sponsors’ logos on numbers will result in a
fine and/or disqualification.
- You must not use offensive or abusive language during the race, act in any
anti-sporting manner, be disrespectful to the event volunteers / officials or
ignore the race regulations.
- You and your supporters are reminded of their obligations to act responsibly always
before, during and after the event.
- You are not permitted to shortcut the course. The responsibility for following the
official route lies with you. If you do not follow the official route you will be
- You are not permitted to willingly alter the course in any way without first consulting
with the race officials. This includes moving rocks, logs, tape or other natural
- You must act in a sporting manner at all times and permit any faster rider to overtake
without deliberately obstructing them, when it is safe to do so.
- If you pull out of a race (DNF or Did Not Finish) you must notify the timing station
or closest course marshal. This is to ensure that all competitors are accounted for
at the conclusion of the race.
- Riders are expected to be on self supported race mode including mechanical fixing, flat fixing, carrying their own toolkit, towing of the cycle if required etc.
- Emergency ambulance support will be available Thanks to Sita Bhateja speciality hospital and Spectrum Physio. You guys are awesome!
- Any rider can contact the race director through a specified BBCh phone number which will be active ONLY on race day 07406-998925
- Riders are expected to read and understand and adhere to the rules of the race available on the website http://bbch.in/RulesBook.htm
- The race referee reserves the sole discretion of analyzing any situation during the race and his opinion will be considered final
Refer Race Page for more details :