Sunday, April 13th, 2014
Q What is the control card?
A The control card is a small plastic card with your name and Wicklow 200 number on it. You must show it during the Wicklow 200 to be allowed use any of the services provided for participants.
Q What do I do with the pin-on number?
A Pin it to the back of your jersey during the 2015 Wicklow 200, so that you can be identified on the route as a participant in the event.
Q When will I get my Wicklow 200 control card and pin-on number?
A The control card, pin-on number and final instructions will be posted to you during the two weeks before the Wicklow 200.
Q What if my control card and number don’t arrive before I leave home?
A We will provide an emergency control card and number service at the start of the Wicklow 200 on 7th June 2015. You should allow extra time at the start if you need to do this.
Q What if I lose my control card or number before the Wicklow 200?
A We will provide a replacement control card and number service at the start of the Wicklow 200 on 7th June 2015. You should allow extra time at the start to get a replacement card.
Q What if I forget to bring my card or number to the start of the Wicklow 200?
A You can use the replacement control card and number service at the start of the Wicklow 200, but it will take you longer to go through the sign-in.
Q What if I lose my control card during the Wicklow 200?
A Then I’m afraid you may have difficulty getting into the refreshment stops. Due to significant numbers of non-paying riders using Wicklow 200 facilities we will be imposing strict control on access this year. So look after your card very carefully. (If you find someone else’s card please hand it in at the next checkpoint).
Q Is there a Wicklow 200 jersey this year?
A No, there is no official jersey for the 2015 Wicklow 200. Participants will be identified by the official number pinned to their back.