Winter solstice - Night Train Ramble

Come celebrate the winter solstice AIR style.

This is a course designed to be as flat as possible and uses roads that can only be ridden at night.

Start date
Add to Calendar 2018-12-22 20:00:00 2018-12-22 20:00:00 Winter solstice - Night Train Ramble - 203km https://air.bikeavl.com//node/26

Come celebrate the winter solstice AIR style.

This is a course designed to be as flat as possible and uses roads that can only be ridden at night.

1328 Patton Ave A Asheville, NC 28806 Asheville International Randonneurs ashevillerandonneurs@gmail.com America/New_York public
Start address
1328 Patton Ave A Asheville, NC 28806
Fee
$6.00
Distance
203km
Climbing
1761

AIR ride faq:

How do I "register" for a ride?

To register for an AIR ride simply sent these details to ashevillerandonneurs@gmail.com

  • The date and ride you are interested in registering for
  • Your active RUSA membership number
  • Your first name / last name
  • A working phone number

How do I get a RUSA membership?

To register you must be an active RUSA member.

If you are not an active RUSA member head to https://rusa.org/pages/memberservices and register.
Note: if you are registering with RUSA close to the start of an event you likely cannot pay with a check in time. Instead use PayPal and email ashevillerandonneurs@gmail.com with your pre-registration information to get a full registration expedited.

What gear requirements are there?

For any of the ride that is done in the dark (even at the start), you MUST have:

  • A RUSA compliant reflective vest
  • Ankle reflectors
  • Active/working front light
  • Active/working rear red light

Ultimately all riders must meet or exceed the RUSA guidelines: https://rusa.org/reflectivity

Failure to meet these requirements will result in disqualification from the event.

Will there be SAG or support on the ride?

Unless otherwise noted there will be no SAG or support vehicle.

What kind of support is permitted?

You are able to receive support from event riders anywhere on course.

You are allowed to receive support (even from non riders) at each "control".

No other support is allowed.