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What Else You Should Know Before You Sign Up...
Additional Things That All Event Participants Need To Know...
The event will be held on Saturday, July 29, 2017, rain or shine!
All participants, whether riding or running, must complete an Accident Waiver and Release of Liability Form, as follows:
If you're 18 or over and you register online for any of the events (Century, Metric Century, Metric Half-Century, Half-Marathon, 11k or 4k Trail Runs), you must check "I agree" to the "Accident Waiver & Release of Liability (AWRL) on the online registration form in order to participate.
If you're 18 or over and you register on the day of the event, you're required to complete and sign a printed "Accident Waiver and Release of Liability Form" in order to participate. (Link to downloadable PDF below.)
All participants under 18 who register for one of the events must have a completed and signed Accident Waiver & Release of Liability form in order to check-in. All forms presented by minors at check-in must be signed by a parent or legal guardian. By signing the form, your parent or guardian certifies that you have sufficient training and experience to participate in the event you are registering for.
The Devil's Slide Ride is a smoke-free event. No smoking is allowed at the Community Center or the aid stations.
You are expected to discard all trash, recyclables and compost in the designated bins at the event and aid stations, or in public trash receptacles along the route.
SORRY, NO REFUNDS. You are generously supporting Parca services and programs with your donation.
Additional Things That All Cyclists Need To Know...
The Devil's Slide Road Rides are recreational rides, NOT RACES.
You must wear a helmet at all times when riding.
You (or your guardian) must make certain that your bicycles are in good operating condition prior to the ride.
You MUST OBEY THE RULES OF THE ROAD, including honoring all stop signs and signals. Violators may be cited by local authorities.
On public roads and trails, please ride single-file, use designated bike lanes and move over for vehicles whenever possible.
You must carry a spare tube or patch kit, pump, tools, water bottle, telephone, money, medical insurance I.D., and necessary medications such as inhalers and the like.
We also ask you to be patient, courteous and friendly to fellow riders and drivers on the road and homeowners and community members you pass along the route; and mindful of your volume when passing through residential neighborhoods.
No personal SAG wagons allowed.
Switching from one type of event to another or one distance to another is permitted under the following conditions:
If you register for the Metric Century, Metric Half-Century (37-mile),or 10k Trail Run, and later decide that you'd rather participate in a longer event, you can pay to upgrade at the Registration Desk on the day of the event (or during Early Check-In at SportsBasement). You'll be charged only for the difference in cost between the events.
E.g., if you signed up for the Metric Half-Century, but decide to do the Century Ride instead, you'll be charged for the $33 difference.
If you're just switching to an event that's the same or a lower fee, you are welcome to do so. We just ask that you please let the registration volunteers know of your change in plans when you check in, so that we can ensure that we have ride support resources allocated appropriately.
Additional Things That All Trail Runners Need To Know...
Trail Runners must stay on the designated trails and within the approved boundaries.
Multi-use trail policy: All trails are open for public use during the event, and some of the trails are also open for mountain bikes and equestrians. We ask that you please exercise extreme courtesy and caution when encountering others (including your fellow runners and hikers) along the route.
Headphones: The use of headphones during the event is strongly discouraged due to safety concerns.
Carry water: Even though aid is provided, we ask participants to carry a bottle or hydration pack between aid stations, especially on the longer routes.
Bathrooms: There are bathrooms with running water at the start/finish area, but there are no bathrooms along the courses.
Dogs: Due to park regulations, there are no dogs allowed on the trail run events.
There will be course marshals stationed along the course to guide you. We ask that you follow their instructions.
There is reliable cell phone coverage along most of the course, but in case of an emergency, you should use the special call-in number listed on the course map provided at check-in. In the event of a serious medical emergency, you need to call 911 first.
Parca Main Office 800 Airport Blvd., Suite 320 Burlingame, CA 94010-3210 Phone: (650) 312-0730 Fax: (650) 312-0737