July 14, 2018


The campsite will be open to riders from midday
Registration is on Friday and will open at 1630hrs until 2230hrs
Mechanical support available at the event centre
Food available to purchase at the Duke’s Pantry or Angler’s Arms on site
All competitors must register in person to sign on and collect event numbers, etc.
Competitors for the Kielder 101 will be able to leave a drop bag* with the organisers
The compulsory event briefing will be sent to riders before the event and will be available to view at registration – all riders must sign to say that they have read and understood this briefing

*Drop Bags – see Riders Briefing Notes


The start area at Kielder Castle will be open to competitors from 0730hrs
Mechanical support at the event start for last minute tweaks
The Kiedler 101 will be a massed start behind a lead vehicle at 0800hrs
The Border Challenge will start in smaller groups at 0815hrs
There will be a Red Group fo Elite riders on the front few rows for the Kielder 101
There will be clearly marked ‘finishing time’ zones for riders at the start
The Kielder 101 will be neutralised, behind the vehicle, for the first few km to allow riders to settle into their pace. Road crossings and three short neutralised sections on the route will be signed and marshaled
Two ‘cut-offs’ at 36km and 80km will be used for the Kielder 101 (see rider brief page)
There will be a category prize presentation at 1500hrs at the Castle for Kielder 101 riders
There will be a prize draw presentation at approximately 1730hrs for all riders – you must be there in person to collect your prize!