ALPS TOURIST TROPHY
Alps Tourist Trophy is a motorcycle tourist event with a ranking based on navigation skills and regularity. It is open to amateurs of at least 18 years old and with a valid driving licence for the motorcycle they are riding.
Each motorbike must be road legal in the Country where it is registered. All papers, plates and insurance must be valid in the countries crossed minimum 7 days after the end of the event.
All the motorbikes suitable for on and off road use with suitable tires are permitted.
Each pilot in order to take part in the Alps Tourist Trophy must know and accept the general rules which are very similar to the ones of the Gibraltar Race, with some simplifications, for example: there is no time window to start each Selective Session, but only a time limit to reach half of the route and a time limit to reach the next bivouac; there are not the same classes and only two categories.
INTERNATIONAL 2020 edition AGENDA
September 7 – September 12, 2020
In this International 2020 edition, it allows participants to discover the most beautiful on and off road routes and the amazing tourist spots of the Alps of North / West Italy and South / East France.
This general program may be modified before the start for reasons not depending on the Organization.
Pilots travel individually, but they are not alone. The position of each one is followed by the organization through an app installed on his smartphone and the skill of each is compared with that of the other participants, thanks to the recording of the route actually carried out processed through dedicated software.
The goal is to exactly follow the tracks of the transfers and to reach all the transit points (waypoints) set in the Selective Sessions.
Waypoints skipped and / or travel times not respected, any gap in plus or minus, will result in the application of penalty points (in the case of times, the ratio is one point per second).
Waypoints must be achieved according their order (they are numbered) to avoid penalty. They will be provided to participants every day, before the start of each stage, by uploading the file .GPX format on the GPS device of each pilot or by sending it by email.
A GPS navigator or a smartphone or tablet with appropriate apps and one chronometer are the only tools to be used during Gibraltar Race.
Both the navigators or the apps used must be able to use the .GPX format file.
Each participant must be equipped with the USB connection cable of his device.
The organization will not be responsible if it is not possible to load or display correctly all the information contained in the .GPX file for each stage.
Who collects the fewest penalties points during the race days wins.
At the end of the event, a ranking is drawn up for each category and the top 3 of each are awarded.
All the other participants who complete the route receive a “certificate of attendance”.
All routes, including off-road, are open to traffic and it is necessary to ride with caution and respecting the laws of the Road Code.