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E-Mountain Bike (E-MTB) - Information 1. E-MTB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS The 2019 E-MTB World Championships will

E-Mountain Bike (E-MTB) - Information

1. E-MTB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2019 E-MTB World Championships will take place on August 28 th 2019 in Mont-Sainte-Anne (CAN).

On Wednesday August 28 th 2019:

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Start Men: 14:15

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Start Women: 16:30

2. PROGRAMME

Monday 26.08.2019

11:00-14:00

E-MTB Course Inspection by UCI

 
 

09:00-12:00

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

 
 

13:00-16:00

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

 
 

16:30-18:00

Official E-MTB Training, men and women

 

Tuesday 27.08.2019

 

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB Final Confirmation E-MTB Men and

09:00 - 12:00

Women

 

15:30 17:00

Official E-MTB Training >>> Reserved for men

 
 

17:00 18:30

Official E-MTB Training >>> Reserved for women

 
 

17:00

Team Managers Meeting >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

 

Wednesday

 

Official E-MTB Training >>> men and women

 

28.08.2019

08:00 09:30

 

14:15

Men Elite E-MTB World Championships

 
 

16:30

Women Elite E-MTB World Championships

 
   

Awards

Ceremony

Cross-country

Team

Relay

and

E-MTB

World

19:00

Championships

 

The full competition schedule is available on the UCI website.

3. CATEGORIES

The categories for which a world champion title will be awarded as follows:

- Men aged 19 and over and includes Masters

- Women aged 19 and over and includes Masters

4.

NUMBER OF RIDERS

It is the National Federation who select riders to participate in E-MTB World Championships.

Each nation federation can enter 15 men and 15 women.

The national federation of the organizing country may register a supplementary team B of maximum 15 men and 15 women riders.

All participants are obliged to wear the national outfit. All riders must be registered by their national federation.

5. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

BEFORE THE EVENT ONLINE REGISTRATION Registration of riders for the E-MTB World Championships shall be by the National Federation on the UCI website. When?

System will open on: Thursday August 8th 2019, 12:00 CET System will close on: Monday, August 19 th 2019, 12:00 CET Start lists will be published on: Tuesday August 20 th 2019, 14:00 CET

AT THE EVENT - RIDERS CONFIRMATION:

The riders’ confirmation and the presentation of the national outfit will take place as follows:

Monday 26.08.2019

09:00-12:00

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

 

13:00-16:00

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

Tuesday 27.08.2019

09:00 - 12:00

Riders Confirmation >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB Final Confirmation E-MTB Men and Women

All riders are subject to an entry fee of EUR 60.--, payable at rider confirmation.

6. TEAM MANAGERS MEETING

The Team manager meeting will take place as follows:

Tuesday 27.08.2019

17:00

Team Managers Meeting >>> XCO, DHI, E-MTB

7. NATIONAL OUTFIT

All participants are obliged to wear the national team outfit.

Riders of the same national team must wear identical racing shorts during the same event, except for advertising space included in a lateral band 9 cm wide, which may differ from one rider to another. This means that National Federations must also provide their riders with national racing shorts.

The team managers must therefore present the national jersey and shorts to the Commissaires Panel at the riders confirmation.

8. COURSE MAP AND PROFILES

Format: Cross-country

Length: 7.3 km

A map of the course will be available shortly.

9. UCI RULES

The UCI Rules in relation to the E-MTB are available on article 4.8.001 to 4.8.005 as follows:

The event

4.8.001

An E-Mountain Bike is a bike operated with two energy sources, human pedal power and an electric engine, which only provides assistance when the rider is pedaling.

E-Mountain bike events must be organised in accordance with the following bike standards:

- Engine of maximum 250watts

- Engine assistance up to 25km/h

- Pedaling assistance only, although a start-up assistance not exceeding 6km/h without pedaling is allowed

Age category

4.8.002

E-Mountain Bike events are open to all riders aged 19 and over and include Masters categories. No separate results must be submitted for the Under 23, Elite or Masters categories.

Battery

4.8.005

Riders can only use the battery in place on their bike and cannot carry an additional battery during the competition.

The UCI will carry out bike checks according to the standard in article 4.8.001.

10. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

4.2.044 No rider may turn back on the course to reach a feed/technical assistance zone. Any rider doing so is disqualified. Only within the feed/technical assistance zone itself, a rider may turn back without obstructing other competitors.

4.2.045 Technical assistance during a race is permitted subject to the conditions below.

4.2.046 Authorised technical assistance during a race consists of repairs to or the replacement of any part of the bicycle other than the frame. Bike and battery changes are not permitted and the rider must cross the finish line with the same handlebar number plate that he had at the start.

4.2.047 Technical assistance shall only be given in the feed/technical assistance zones.

4.2.048 Spare equipment and tools for repairs must be kept in these zones. Repairs and equipment changes can be carried out by the rider himself or with the help of a team-mate, team mechanic or neutral technical assistance.

4.2.049 In addition to technical assistance in feed zones, technical assistance is permitted outside these zones only between riders who are members of the same UCI elite MTB team, UCI MTB team or of the same national team. Riders may carry tools and spare parts provided that these do not involve any danger to the rider himself or the other competitors.

11. OFFICIAL CEREMONIES

The following points apply to the official ceremonies:

9.1.044

Within 10 minutes following the end of each speciality (unless otherwise provided and duly recorded in an official communiqué), the World Champion, or the world champion team of the team time trial, as well as the second and the third placed riders shall be ready for the official ceremony that shall be conducted under the responsibility of the President of the Commissaires’ Panel.

9.1.046

Riders shall appear in racing attire, wearing their national jerseys but bare-headed and without headband or glasses, until they leave the official ceremony enclosure.

9.1.050

A World Champion may not wear the jersey identifying his title and bearing the regulation

advertisement of his main sponsor(s) until, at earliest, the day following that on which he received it. Any infringement of the provisions of the above articles (9.1.044 to 9.1.050) shall be punished by a minimum fine of CHF 2’000 to CHF 10’000. A higher fine may be imposed depending on the advantage derived from the offence.

12. PRIZE MONEY

Men and Women Elite:

1st € 1500 2nd € 1’000 3rd € 500