Challenge Declaration

Fill out this form to declare the date you are starting your Challenge attempt. Please note the following important information:

  1. You must declare at least two days prior to your attempt that you are going for it. Once you have declared you are committed so choose your date wisely
  2. You must follow the rules as laid out on the challenge page. Please note the guidelines to this challenge may tweak slightly as we discover more about the ride possibilities. The rules that apply to you are the ones in place when you started your ride
  3. This is just a challenge, it is not a race, you are doing this under your own volition,  make sure that you take time to enjoy the ride
  4. Your ride does not get posted without the submission of  between 10 – 20 pictures (no more) and  200 -400 words describing your ride  or an event on the ride

Release, Waiver and Assumption of Risk for the MUERTO Summer Challenge, 

I hereby acknowledge and agree that in consideration of being permitted to participate in a MUERTO Challenge:
I acknowledge that by agreeing to this document by placing a checking the above box in the form, I am releasing the challenge organizer, and their respective family, members, sponsors, promoters and affiliates (Collectively ‘releases’) from liability recourse, proceedings, claims, and causes of action of any kind whatsoever, in respect of all personal injuries or property losses which I may suffer arising out of or connected with my preparation for, or participation in, the MUERTO Summer Challenge notwithstanding that such injuries or losses may have been caused solely or partly by the negligence of the organizer or any of their members, officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, agents, affiliated clubs, and volunteers.
And, I hereby acknowledge and agree:

  1. that the sport of cycling and ultra endurance running is very dangerous, exposing participants to many risks and hazards, some of which are inherent in the very nature of the sport itself, others which result from human error and negligence on the part of the persons involved in preparing, organizing and staging cycling and ultra endurance running, races and other activities;
  2. that, as a result of the aforesaid risks and hazards, I as a participant may suffer serious personal injury, even death, as well as property loss;
  3. that some of the aforesaid risks and hazards are foreseeable, but others are not;
  4. that I nevertheless freely and voluntarily assume all the aforesaid risks and hazards, and that, accordingly, my preparation for, and participation in the aforesaid cycling programs, ultra eundurance running races, and activities shall be entirely at my own risk;
  5. that I understand that neither the organizer, family of the organizer, employees, independent contractors, agents, affiliated clubs or volunteers assume any responsibility whatsoever for my safety during the course of my preparation for or participation in the aforesaid cycling and ultra endurance running, races and activities;
  6. that I have carefully read this RELEASE, WAIVER, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK agreement, that I fully understand same, and that I am freely and voluntarily executing same;
  7. that I understand clearly that by signing this release I will be forever prevented from suing or otherwise claiming against the organizer, the land owner of Property being used, affliated clubs, their members, officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, agents, affiliated clubs or volunteers for any loss or damage connected with any property loss or personal injury that I may sustain while participating in or preparing for any of the above mentioned cycling programs, races or activities whether or not such loss or injury is caused solely or partly by the negligence of the Associations or any of their members, officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, agents, affiliated clubs or volunteers;
  8. that I have been given the opportunity and have been encouraged to seek independent legal advice prior to signing this agreement;
  9. that I understand clearly that the organizer would not permit me to participate in any such cycling and ultra endurance running, races and activities unless I agreed to this RELEASE, WAIVER, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT by electronic submission through this form, that this RELEASE, WAIVER AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK agreement applies to all the aforesaid cycling and ultra endurance running, races and activities whether occurring in the near or distant future, and that the terms of this Agreement need not be brought to my attention each time I participate in a cycling and ultra endurance running, race or activity in order to be effective;
  10. that this RELEASE, WAIVER, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK agreement is binding on myself, my heirs, my executors, administrators, personal representatives and assigns;
  11. my age is over 18 the day that I submitted this form


  1. Actually… we are starting on the 26th. oops.

  2. Confirmed. The 26th.

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Lonely Stage Challenge Rules

Here’s how it works:

  1. Ride alone (original rule) – NO EXCEPTIONS – okay one exception, you can ride with someone you are isolated with, but no drafting. Updated rule – You can “ride” with one other but must keep the 2 meter physical distance when riding side by side, and 4 meters inline.
  2. There are 4 stages, you need to complete all 4 stages, unless you don’t want to (you can be like one of those specialist riders in the tour de france riders)
  3. You only get 1 attempt at each stage
  4. Start May 8 and finish by June 19
  5. Record your time for each stage, combine all 4 stage times for your overall time.
  6. Use whatever you want to record your time.
  7. Solo rides prefered (except with iso-friends), try not announce your ride days and start times.
  8. If you encounter another “competitor” on the course drop them, or get dropped
  9. Don’t cheat or bend the rules, if you do you’re a dick, don’t be a dick.

See the above post for more info.


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