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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.
Invite as many as you want! Just remember that the site you occupy is proportional to the size of your team,
not to the number of friends you have as well! The space won't change.
The whole event takes place in the heart of woodland and there is a very high fire risk. That's why it is
forbidden to light fires at ground level. If you want to cook food, you may use a barbeque.
NO! The fields on the Manie plateau are all protected by environmental law and it is not possible to park
cars in the camping zone.
Yes, if possible. We'll do our best to organise it, but we can't promise. Send an email to email@example.com
and let our staff know what you want so that they can work something out.
There is a cable running into your site. You will be provided with 600W of current at 220 V. Every
connection, the lights and any appliances you connect must be suitable for outside use (IP55 or higher).
Remember to bring a suitable extension cable.
The camper areas offered by our organisation are NOT adapted for campers. They are simply areas where
there is parking permission. Therefore these areas do not offer the usual services for campers you might
expect on other campsites. These areas do not have water or drain connections for chemical toilets. If you
have requested an area with electricity, this will be provided by cable at 600W and 220V. If you prefer, there
are three campsites very close by which have all the facilities for campers.