2019 Registration is now closed, including bike drop. Please visit the Rider Entry List page to confirm your registration.
The cancellation policy for the Tropic Air 10to4 can be downloaded here - 2019 10to4 Cancellation Policy
2019 EVENT SCHEDULE
Thursday 14th February
2:00pm – 10to4 Borana Race Village Opens!
7:00pm – EXTREME race briefing @ Borana Race Village
7:00pm – ENDURO race briefing @ Borana Race Village
7:00pm – ALTITUDE Horse Ride briefing @ Altitude Camp Site
Friday 15th February – DAY 1
5:00am – Rusty Nail open for Breakfast @ Borana Race Village
6:30am – EXTREME race briefing @ Borana Race Village
7:00am – EXTREME race START @ Borana Race Village
7:00am – ENDURO race DEPARTURE @ Borana Race Village
7:00am – ALTITUDE Horse Ride START @ Rose Dyers Stables, Borana
10:00am – Bike Drop OPENS @ Borana Race Village
6:00pm – Bike Drop CLOSES @ Borana Race Village
8:00pm – DAY 2 riders race briefing @ Borana Race Village
Saturday 16th February – DAY 2
4:30am – Rusty Nail open for Breakfast @ Borana Race Village
5:00am – Prearranged Bike Drop riders pick up @ Borana Race Village Registration Desk
6:00am – CLASSIC, RUSH & SLIDE registration opens @ Kisima Horse Patrol Team
8:00am – CLASSIC, RUSH & SLIDE race briefing @ Kisima Horse Patrol Team
8:20am – EXTREME START @ Kisima Horse Patrol Team
8:25am – CLASSIC & RUSH START @ Kisima Horse Patrol Team
8:30am – SLIDE START @ Kisima Horse Patrol Team
3:30pm – PRIZE GIVING DAY 1 & DAY 2 EVENTS @ Borana Race Village
Sunday 17th February – DAY 3
6:30am – Registration opens for remaining MINI 10to4 competitors @ Borana Race Village
7:00am – MINI 10to4 race briefing @ Borana Race Village
7:30am – MINI 10TO4 RACES START @ Borana Race Village
10:30am – PRIZE GIVING MINI 10to4 @ Borana Race Village
Water stops are situated along the routes. Each water station is there to provide water to competitors and are equipped with basic first aid to help with minor medical complaints.
The Tropic Air 10to4 routes run through alpine moors, indigenous forests and lowland savannahs so animals are likely to be seen during the race. When racing it is important to stay on the designated course routes. The routes will be cleared ahead of the start and there will be armed rangers located around the course.
- The race operates in remote locations. If you are involved in or witness an accident, please report immediately to the emergency contact number (available closer to the event) or a water stop. Basic first aid will be administered at all water stops, and along the route by ambulances and sweeper cars.
- For serious incidents, the Tropic Air helicopter will evacuate participants to Cottage Hospital, Nanyuki or to an airstrip, for onwards AMREF Flying Doctor medical evacuation pickup to Nairobi.
- By signing the disclaimer, the participant agrees to all hospital or medical centre charges, and any ongoing medical expenses, to be the sole responsibility of the participant.
PLEASE NOTE – in an emergency, it can be very difficult to organise air-evacuation from health care insurers, even if you have evacuation cover. Without cover, air evacuation alone can cost $4,000 and must be paid prior to flight. One of the quickest and safest way to evacuate in Kenya is via AMREF http://flydoc.org/. You can purchase membership for the event for just 1,000KSh on your entry form. Please also provide the correct valid health care insurance and/or AMREF membership information on entry, to make an emergency situation efficient.