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Our Policy:- We don't feel that the "service charge/convenience charge" is fair to any athlete. At Race Awesome the price you see is the price you pay, nothing more. This is our "True Price Guarantee".
What We Offer:-
NEW REFUND POLICY.
RaceAwesome will now allow athletes to defer their entry to the following year's race. This has to be done 7 days prior to Race Day. There is a $25 fee to defer your entry to the following year.
You can transfer at no cost and at any time to the Virtual Race and your SWAG will be mailed out to you after the Race.
If the race is canceled or postponed for any reason including a Pandemic / Force Majeure / Acts of God / Acts of Terrorism / Weather etc. all athletes will be transferred to the Virtual Race and your SWAG will be mailed out to you.
However, if you are injured, simply email us at RaceAwesome@RaceAwesome.com and explain your injury. We will then offer you the opportunity to come and work at the event you registered for. In return for working at the event, we will roll your entry over to the same race the following year at no charge. We don't require a doctor's note, honesty is just fine for us.
Event Rules and Regulations
USA Cycling has issued a set of rules to maintain consistency and order from race to race across the country. The rules include sections on membership and rules of conduct. The USA Cycling Competition Rules book is available @ http://www.usacycling.org/usa-cycling-rule-book.htm Every participant, official, volunteer and spectator should consider all safety issues and make related decisions prudently without reliance upon the Competitive Rules.
No matter what inspired you to become an athlete, you’re responsible for showing up at the starting line fully prepared for the challenge ahead of you. Safety in the sport is not just the responsibility of the National Governing Body, sanctioned events and race directors, who are subject to the scrutiny of USA Cycling sanctioning process and expected to uphold the best safety protocols. It's also the responsibility of the athlete.
From The Race Awesome Team
Any unsportsman-like behavior to other competitors and/or event staff will be dealt with by an immediate disqualification.
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