If you have pre-booked your bike drop, please read the following information carefully.
When: Friday 15th February from 10am-6pm
Where: Registration Desk @ Borana Race Village
(see map here)
STRICTLY IF YOU MISS THE DROP OFF DEADLINES, BIKES WILL NOT BE CARRIED.
You will be given a token and a form to sign when you drop off your bike. KEEP THE TOKEN SAFE AS YOU WILL NEED IT TO COLLECT YOUR BIKE at the Start Line at Kisima Horse Patrol Team on Saturday 16th February.
**Every care will be taken to ensure bikes are transported safely and securely – however we cannot take responsibility for any damage occurred during transport. If this is an issue or concerns you, please consider another transport option. A full refund can be given prior to the event.
RIDERS LIFT SATURDAY MORNING
Meet at the registration desk at BORANA RACE VILLAGE at 5am. Transport will be leaving at 5.15am. Please do not be late.
To collect your bike before the race, please go to the BIKE DROP area at the Kisima Horse Patrol team and hand in your token. We cannot release your bike without the token for security reasons.
Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
What is Bike Drop?
Bike Drop is there to help get you and your bike up to the START line (at 10,000ft) in preparation for the race on Day 2. You can register for this service through the race registration form. Bike Drop Fee: KSh. 4,000
Should you subscribe to this service you will be asked to hand your bike over to one of the 10to4 team at a designated spot on Friday 15th February. You will be given a token, which you can then use to get your bike back before the start on Saturday 16th February. As part of this service we will also provide transport for you from Race Village on Borana Conservancy (at 4,000ft) up to the START line.
Full details regarding the drop off deadline and location will be shared closer to the event.
**Please note every care will be taken to ensure bikes are transported safely and securely - however, we cannot take responsibility for any damage occurred during transportation. If this is an issue or concerns you, please consider another transport option.