Late Entries

Race entry cut-offs are in place to allow enough time prepare races, including  activities such as handicapping and registrations.

As such, all riders are requested to enter within the standard time cut-offs.  If for some reason you find yourself in a position of wanting an entry but have missed the cut-off, you can only request late entry if you are a volunteer.  Please fill out the Late Entry Request Form (found here ) but submit your volunteer nomination first if you haven't done so already.

Please note that late entries are not guaranteed and are only granted by exception.  We have jobs and families too, so there is no guarantee of us granting late entries or responding to your request - we will if we can. 

If you are unsure whether you may be able to race, we prefer that you 'Enter and Scratch' rather than chase a late Entry.

Volunteers who are granted a late entry will also incur an additional $5 surcharge.

It is then the duty of the rider to check the Start Lists to see whether they have been granted a race start.

Riders should avoid turning up on race day unless they have been advised they have a start, either directly or by having been added to a Startlist (noting that addition of single rider will not necessarily trigger the re-publication of a startlist and the rider may have to wait until the final startlist is published)

We recognise that there will an array of reasons outside of people's control leading to riders requesting late entries. Please note that Late Entries require manual intervention and duplication of effort and as such we request these be kept to an absolute minimum where possible.