All participants should arrive as scheduled on the morning of their event and should be prepared to ride in the rain. This means bringing along rain gear (including a bright colored jacket, vest or shirt).
The event will only be cancelled or postponed in the event of thunder and lightning or other extreme weather conditions. Any decisions related to the postponement or cancellation of the event due to weather will be made prior to the start time of each ride.
The Spirit of Survival team will attempt to keep all riders up to date on the plans for the day, according to the weather forecast. The schedule may be altered, due to inclement weather.
If there is lightning in the area, the event will be placed in a weather hold and start times can be delayed for up to two hours. If the lightning has departed the area before or after two hours, the ride will proceed as planned with an adjusted schedule. If there is still evidence of, or the potential for lightning in the area, the ride may be further delayed, shortened or cancelled.
Due to the nature of bike rides, generally taking place in the outdoors, weather conditions can play a large role in the production of the event. The safety of our participants is always our first priority and the cancellation of the ride will be at the discretion of the Spirit of Survival Race Directors, in consultation with the Spirit of Survival Team and/or local law enforcement officials.
Because a significant amount of the funds collected during registration have already been expended by the day of the event for the production of the event, and because the event is uniquely scheduled for its date and location, registration refunds are not possible and rescheduling the event is not possible, and thus Spirit of Survival has a no refund policy.
Thank you for your understanding. We appreciate your participation!