- The Sea-2-Key Double Century is a RIDE, NOT a race.
- It is mandatory for each participant of the Sea-2-Key Double Century to wear a timing chip.
- Your overall time, from start-to-finish, will begin when you start in Ormond Beach and end when you cross the finish line in Cedar Key.
- Each rider's chip-time will be recorded and posted.
TIMING CHIP PICKUP
- Each participant will pickup their timing chip at the starting location.
- The timing chip is on a Velcro strap that you can put on your wrist.
TIMING CHIP INSTRUCTIONS
- Your Sea-2-Key results will be captured using a timing transponder, commonly called “the chip”.
Please follow these instructions carefully.
- Not wearing the transponder properly may prevent you from being timed/tracked.
- Transponders are non-transferable! Be careful not to switch with friends, family, teammates, etc.
- Wrap the bracelet around your wrist before starting the ride and wear it at all times during the ride.
- Be sure you cross the timing points at the start and finish line of the ride.
- Return the timing chip to a volunteer after crossing the finish line.
- Forget to return your chip? Please mail it in a padded envelope to CAAM Events at:
1239 Bolton Place, Lake Mary, FL 32746
- If you fail to return the timing transponder, there will be a $40 replacement fee.
FINISH LINE CHUTE AND RACE RESULTS
- In addition to the timing chip, it is important that you have your bib/frame number visible as much as possible during the ride— and especially when you cross the finish line.
- Attach bib/frame number so it is visible to neutral support
- "Total time” is calculated beginning when the event starts and ends when the cyclist crosses the finish line.
- Cyclists should do their best to pass through the finish chute in the order they crossed the finish line.
- This is not a start-to-finish race.
- Your overall time from start to finish does not matter for this competition.
- Your overall and gender rankings are determined by your overall time.