Naked Rider’s Race Series Participation

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Cyclist participation in the Naked Rider’s Race, Naked Challenger or the Naked Pioneer unsupported ultra-endurance races is open to solo riders or in teams of 2 or 4 riders. Most forms of 2 & 3 wheel bicycles, wheelchairs and human powered vehicles are also welcome. The Naked Rider’s Race is open to all cyclists 19 years of age and older who are physically fit enough to maintain daily minimum pace set by race director. SOLO riders who are new to ultra-cycling should contact us to learn more.

Ultra-endurance cycling is a discipline of cycling that is practiced around the world. In the simplest terms; ultra-cycling races are not divided by stages and for the most part, there is no drafting,  no pelotons and no scheduled breaks. It is non-stop racing from start-to-finish. The time spent cycling and resting are determined by each individual rider and his or her teammates and support crew.

Are you Ready?

At first glance the Naked Race Series may seem to be out-of-reach for weekend warriors and moderately trained cyclists, but those that take a closer look will discover there are many ways to compete. The opportunity exists for a wide range of cyclists to officially complete the Naked Race Series, but it is a serious and demanding challenge that should only be contested by those cyclists that have trained, planned and organized a safe, realistic race plan.


This is an amateur event open to all riders; however, we do provide free consultation for those who are unsure. The main consideration is safety and our race management team retains the right to deny anyone’s participation on the basis of safety or any other issue considered detrimental to the participants, event volunteers, staff or spectators. Riders must possess strong bike handling skills as descending the mountain roads requires confidence, ability and experience. All riders must be extremely well conditioned cyclists. If you cannot comfortably ride 200 kilometers a day then the solo division is not for you. If you wish to finish in a competitive time you will need to be able to ride around 320 km a day. If in doubt, please contact us to discuss your abilities or join a relay team. Riding on a team is the best experience you can have to prepare you for future solo competition. 

The Naked Race Series offers amazing opportunities and a multitude of challenges that permit each contestant to tailor their challenge to a personal level. For the hardcore survivalist type or adventurer the  Naked Rider’s Race Series offers all you can handle. Other entrants may pace themselves accordingly. Answer the call of the wild, surrender to your basic instincts and find out how far you can go.

If you have any questions please contact us here We will be happy to assist you!