CSA (Cycling South Africa) rules apply


  • All cyclists participating in the 110km, 77km, 50km and 30km races must be licensed or purchase a day license.

  • No postal entries will be accepted.

  • Number plates must be affixed to the handlebars.

  • Cyclists must obey all traffic rules and traffic officials, marshals, officials and route signs, otherwise they will be disqualified.

  • Cyclists to keep to the left of the road/path to allow a free flow of traffic. Cyclists must pull off the road/path to do repairs.

  • CYCLISTS MUST STOP AT WATER POINTS IF THEY WISH TO RECEIVE REFRESHMENTS. Please ensure that you keep hydrated. Humidity levels easily exceeds 95%

  • No cyclist may deviate from the route. A sweep marshal will collect stranded cyclists.



  • An adult participant must accompany children under 10 years of age at all times.

  • No seconds or vehicles are allowed to follow the cyclists.

  • The race referee will adjudicate on any dispute including the interpretation of these rules and his ruling shall be final and binding.

  • The organisers shall be entitled, if they deem it necessary, to amend, remove, or add to these rules.

  • Cyclists who are not present at the prize giving ceremony will forfeit their prizes.

  • Race cut-off times apply. Cut-off times is available on the website, and will be briefed prior to the race commencement

  • The race organisers will not be liable for any loss, damage or injury incurred

  • In order to be timed riders must have a registered RaceTec chip. Chips can be checked at registration. All timing queries to be addressed to Racetec directly

  • Riders ride on own risk. Neither the organisers or the land owners will be responsible for any injury / loss.

  • Please adhere to all Covid-19 Protocols & requirements 

  • Barberton XCM Terms & conditions

    • No entry fee shall be refunded to a participant for a cancellation of the Event due to acts of God (so-called Force Majeure), which acts shall include but not be limited to adverse weather conditions, riots, strikes, political unrest and/or any other occurrence not within the control of the event organiser.
    • No refund shall be given if a participant cancels their entry into the event.
    • Cancellation due to COVID-19: Should the event be cancelled by the organiser due to COVID-19 related reasons, every rider shall be entitled to have their entry automatically moved to a new date specified by the race organiser.
    • The organisers, sponsors, volunteers and event personnel are not responsible for any injury or damage that may occur during the event, or cancellations, delays or re-routing due to weather (including, but not limited to, heat, tornadoes, earthquakes, fires, storms, lightning and floods), accidents, acts of war or terrorism, military conflicts or riots, pandemic or endemic outbreaks or for any reason that, in the organiser’s discretion, will protect the safety and security of Event participants and spectators. In the event of such cancellation, there will be no refund of registration fees.
    • By entering this event, participants agree that the Rotary Club of Barberton, their agents, officers, directors, employees, volunteers, and sponsors shall not be held responsible for any death, illness, injury, loss or damage of any kind sustained by any rider while participating in this event and all related activities, caused in any manner whatsoever.



    • Refreshments will be on sale at the venue
    • Results will be available after the event
    • Toilets will be sanitized on a regular basis
    • Qualified medical practitioner will be present at the first aid room

As you will be cycling through the beautiful mountains, there will be areas without cellphone reception.