SACCR Rules
  • All cyclists must be medically fit to undertake their selected ride.
  • We STRONGLY recommended that all cyclists WEAR A HELMET.
  • Cyclists must check in before commencing the ride. At check in you will be given your entrant number bib and route colour sticker. These must be worn so that they are visible to the route marshals.
  • You should also wear your SACCR T-Shirt, carry lightweight rain protection, a drink and light snacks.
  • Unaccompanied cyclists under the age of 18 must have the Waiver of Liability signed by a parent or guardian. Cyclists under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
  • You must ensure that your bicycle is in safe and roadworthy condition.
  • Retrieval and minor repair facilities will be available, but we recommend that you carry basic tools, a pump and a puncture outfit.
  • Cyclists must observe the Highway Code. Never cycle more than 2 abreast, and follow the police recommendation of cycling in single file. You must avoid leaving your bicycle where it might obstruct the public highway.
  • If you get into difficulty you should call the Ride Control Centre (0300 3652260) or ask another cyclist to inform the nearest marshal, and wait for assistance. Dial 999 first in case of serious accident or emergency.
  • The organisers reserve the right to change, reschedule or cancel the event at any time. Where a rider fails to start the ride by 10:30am for whatever reason, or the event is rescheduled or cancelled, no cyclist will be entitled to a refund of the entrance fee. The fee may be applied to the cost of entry into a rescheduled event or will be applied towards the charitable purposes of SACCR after deduction of existing expenses.
  • So far as the law allows the organisers, including all marshals, helpers, officials, sponsors, Rotary, and the Rotary Clubs of St Albans Charity Cycle Ride, are not responsible for any accident, loss, injury or public liability arising from or in any way connected to the event however incurred. You enter the event at your own risk.
  • Cyclists are responsible for arranging their own sponsors, collecting sponsored monies and remitting this money to the St Albans Charity Cycle Ride account. Sponsorship monies returned after 11th June 2017 will not be considered for the prize draw or other trophies.