Please note that Spectator Car Parking will be clearly signposted. The route to the venue passes through a number of small community villages and we ask that you drive responsibly to and from the event as well as park in the designated car parks.
- All spectators are reminded that cycle sports can be dangerous and despite us taking all reasonable precautions, unavoidable accidents can happen. In respect of these, you are present at your own risk.
- We have tried to ensure that you will be able to reach your chosen spectator viewing area without walking on the race track. If you decide to cross the race track please locate the nearest marshal and ask for assistance in crossing. Please ensure that at all times you walk and stand outside of the course tape. Competitors may be travelling at high speeds.
- Consider your safety and that of others at all times.
- We ask that you obey all instructions of marshals in relation to your safety and that of others.
- Any verbal or physical abuse to members of the Events Team will not be tolerated and any offenders may be detained, asked to leave the venue and the Police may be called.
- Please make sure you dress to take full account of the weather and be aware that the weather conditions may change at any time. Wear sturdy footwear such as hiking boots.
- Please ensure all dogs remain on a lead at all times and clear up any fouling.
- Children and infants must always be accompanied by an adequate amount of adults at all times who are responsible for their behaviour and safety.
- There are a number of open water ponds and lakes at the venue. Please be aware of these and the dangers involved, especially for children
- Beware of flying debris and uneven or slippery surfaces.
- Please do not physically interfere with the riders on the track, they will welcome your verbal support and encouragement.
- Riders during racing are not allowed any outside assistance, any assistance may mean the rider is disqualified from the event.
- Do not alter the track marking tape, poles or the physical track itself.
- If you are concerned with any part of the track or venue please inform the nearest marshal or Events Team member.
- In the case of an accident please ensure that firstly the marshal is aware of the situation and location and await their instruction. Please note we have professional medics on site to administer all first aid.
- Stay above the race track and never below.
- Never stand on the outside of corners.
- Pay attention at all times as the intervals between each rider will vary.
- Respect everyone at the venue along with the signs and the course tape.
- Do not lean over or under the course tape. Also, do not push on the tape to deviate the tape from the original line.
- All spectators limbs must remain outside of the track as designated by the course tape. This also applies to any equipment such as cameras or camera poles.
- Drones are not permitted onsite.
- Spectators may not use any motorised transport around the race arena or on the hillside, electric bicycles are permitted as long as they still classed as bicycles by UK law.
- Smokers, please ensure all items are fully extinguished prior to disposal and dispose of all litter responsibly.
- Do not abuse alcohol or consume any illegal drugs at the event.
- Litter, please dispose of all litter in the bins provided in the pit area.
- Fires, BBQ’s or Laser/Lazer Pens are not permitted at the side of the race track.
- Chainsaws are not permitted at the event, that includes with the arm/chain removed.
- Do not interfere with any emergency equipment or signage. Failure to abide by this rule will not be tolerated and any offenders may be detained, asked to leave the venue and the Police may be called.
- In the case of an emergency and the site has to be evacuated. Please follow the event marshals instructions and meet at the ‘Evacuation Meeting Point’.
If you have lost a child, please contact a member of staff immediately who will be able to help you. Any lost children are looked after by on-site at Race HQ / Race Registration.
All reasonable attempts will be made to reunite lost items with their owners where possible (i.e. numbers will be called on phones, wallets with addresses contacted). After a period of four weeks, any unclaimed items will be donated to charity or in the case of passports, bank cards and driving licences, these will be returned to the correct bank, passport and DVLA office.
Drug use and new Psychoactive Substances.
The Malverns Classic does not condone the use of drugs. It is illegal to buy, sell or take drugs. Drugs enforcement laws are as applicable onsite as anywhere else in the UK. Remember if you take drugs and become ill, depressed or concerned, make sure you ask the nearest member of staff to direct you to our Welfare Tent next to the Medic Tent which is open 24 hours.
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