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− Participation in the 24H of Finale
− Special event T shirt
− Buff Original limited edition, specially designed for the event
− 24H of Finale gadget
− Three hearty meals
− The right to medical assistance on the race course
− Free use of the hot showers and washrooms
− Free use of the bike cleaning area
− Free mechanical help (parts excluded)
The 24H of Finale is also open to riders who are not licenced by a sporting organisation such as
(FCI, UISP, CSI, UDACE, etc). If you want to enter the competitive races, you MUST have a sports medical
certificate. If you want to ride in the non-competitive section, you MUST have a simple medical certificate.
Every rider MUST present the ORIGINAL of the medical certificate at race registration for it to be checked.
Above all you must have an official medical certificate which must be the ORIGINAL and has to be shown
at the race office. The certificate must confirm that it was issued after a face to face check-up. No medical
certificate will be considered valid if it is issued by a gynaecologist, dermatologist or other medical
specialist who does not perform appropriate sports screening. If you wish to do the competitive race, you
MUST have a sports medical certificate. If you want to ride in the non-competitive section, you MUST have
a simple medical certificate. Every rider MUST present the ORIGINAL of the medical certificate to the race
office for it to be confirmed.
Don't worry. You're not the first (and you won't be the last).
You can pay for a medical check-up at the race site, for a fee (click here for details). We work with the
Studio Albaro di Genova, so you will be seen by a medical specialist and a cardiologist who, in addition to a
general check-up, will perform an ECG and measure your breathing to ensure that your health is precisely
monitored. Please note that because this examination is not undertaken in a registered health centre, the
certificate cannot be used for the COMPETITIVE races.The check-up only provides a simple medical
certificate despite including an electrocardiogram and spirometry. Therefore riders who opt to have a check-
up at the race site must remember that it is only valid for the NON-competitive category. If a competitive
rider has to get a simple medical certificate in this way, the whole squad will move into the NON-
If you let us know at least a week before the race, there are two possibilities:
1) You can cede your registration to another TEAM you know
2) You can freeze your registration until the following year
Some riders have already done this!
Because the SOLO and TEAM races are separated by 2 hours, you can participate in both competitions.
We offer a special entry fee for those who do both.
TEAMs quite often need a rider to complete their squad. We don't do the introductions, so the best way to
get in touch is to put a message on our Facebook page or post something on the dedicated MTB Forum page.
No. We don't think anarchy really works for camping. We have divided the site into different zones which
each have differences. Some of them have paid services such as electricity, wifi access and an option to park
campers. Others are completely free of charge. We have matched the space to the squads to give them sites
which reflect the number of riders in their team. Take a look at the campsite plan on our website (click here)
before you register, so that you get the site that most suits your needs. Our race office will reserve the area
you have chosen and when you arrive at the event you will be taken to your campsite, so you won't risk
having nowhere to stay.
The sites are available on the first three days of the event - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - and the staff
will be there to help all the teams when they arrive.
Yes, if you don't want to bring your own you can rent one from us. When you register you will find an
option for adding this to the TEAM registration.