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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Consequences of Using SAG Support


If you request SAG support service, we reserve the right to deny you on road support service for the remainder of that day.

If you refuse to be transported in a a support vehicle we reserve the right to deny you all event services from that point forward and you will be completely on your own.

In addition, we have a "three SAGs and you're out" policy on multi-day events and reserve the right to deny you on road support for the remainder of an event once you must be transported in a SAG vehicle three times.

These policies exist to discourage you from planning properly, becoming overly dependent on, and/or abusing SAG support service. This includes such practices as such as depending and planning on SAG support to supply you with repair parts on the road (such as tubes, tires, and CO2 cartridges) so you don't need to carry as much while riding or to "leapfrog" you between rest stops because you know you will not be physically able to complete each day's ride before you register. In addition, they exist to discourage people who are not physically capable of completing the event from registering. We do not have the resources to accommodate these type of riding practices or riders and we will not support them.

These specific policies will be reviewed and applied on a strict individual basis and it is our sincere hope we will never have to enforce them.

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