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CANCELED – Wolfpack Hustle: The Marathon Crash Race

3AM GATHER
4M START

The largest urban cycling event in the world occurs in the bicycle capital of the world: LOS ANGELES.

TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-marathon-crash-race-registration-10625708781

WAVE 1 $20
Chip timed / SECONDARY Medical / Priority Start

WAVE 2 $5
Fun Ride / SECONDARY Medical

QUESTION: "Why do I have to pay?"
ANSWER: The fee pays for SECONDARY Medical Insurance and gives you a level of additional financial protection to bolster your PRIMARY INSURANCE in an emergency. We priced this extremely low so that more people would choose to protect themselves. THANK YOU for understanding.

POLICY LIMITS:

$10,000 Excess Medical Expense Per Person
$10,000 Dismemberment Benefit Per Person
$100,000 Death Benefit Per Person
$250 Dental Maximum Per Tooth, Per Accident
$1,000 Deductible

PLEASE NOTE: This event occurs on a course that is NOT COMPLETELY CLOSED to motor vehicle / pedestrian traffic and features MIXED CATEGORIES. OBSTACLES AND EQUIPMENT IN MOTION MAY BE ON THE COURSE. RIDE / RACE AT YOUR OWN RISK. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PURCHASE TICKET AND SIGN WAIVER TO BE CONSIDERED PART OF THIS EVENT.

HOLD YOUR LINES. CALL OUT EVERYTHING. NO SUDDEN MOVES.

Lights, Helmets and Brakes are required.
We aren't kidding.

The race mixes multiple categories of bikes and riders into one massive race. We want EVERYONE to ride safe and mix cohesively. Fixie whipping and skids can cause pile ups if the person behind you is not prepared. Be prepared. Keep your spacing. The streets are NOT completely closed. This race is not permitted, but sanctioned by American Bike Racing. Riders MUST be cautious and ALERT. Cross traffic, City vehicles and equipment may exist on the course. There is no official support of any kind for this ride. If you see someone down, please stop to help, be a good Samaritan.

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