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NAVIGATION



Routing and Navigation

NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES Route sheets For the 3 separate Malibu 7 Canyon Events Will be easy to use . We will provide a compact cue sheet at the check in. The Route sheets available now for download are much longer and more detailed. We suggest that you download the current version to get acquainted with the course. Check The events link to find your Sheet.

REMEMBER !


Ride Hard and Ride Safe but Follow The provided ROUTE SHEET Don't  just  follow  the riders in front of you. Be aware of where you are and what is in front of you.

 

 

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ENTRY FEES



There are four separate Events:

The M7CC Full Century (100 Mi), The M7CC Metric Century (62 Mi) and The M7CC Half Century (50 Mi).

&

The new flat and fast 50-mile COAST-N-IT CLASSIC

 

The Full Century:   The Single Rider Entry Fee will be $85 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $95 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $115 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $125 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability). The Tandem Riders Entry Fee will be $115 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $135 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $155 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $155 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).Team Entry Fee will be $500 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $575 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $650 untilMarch 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $725 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).
The Metric Century:    Single Rider Entry Fee will be $65 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $75 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $85 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $95 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).Tandem Riders Entry Fee will be $85 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $95 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $115 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $125 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).TeamEntry Fee will be $450 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $525 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $600 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $675 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).
The Half Century:   Single Rider Entry Fee will be $60 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $70 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $80 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $90 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).Tandem Riders Entry Fee will be $85 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $95 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $115 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $125 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).TeamEntry Fee will be $400 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $475 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $550 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $600 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).
The Coast-N-It Classic 50-Mile:    Single Rider Entry Fee will be $60 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $75 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $85 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $95 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability). A Minimum of 2 riders and Maximum of 4 is required to participate in the relay event. The above cost is a per-rider cost.Tandem Riders Entry Fee will be $70 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $85 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $95 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $105 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).TeamEntry Fee will be $400 until midnight of February 8th. The Entry Fee will then become $475 until March 1st. At 12:00am on March 2nd the cost will be $550 until March 12th. From March 12th until the day of race entry fee will be $600 (race day registration will be dependent upon availability).

 

 

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EVENT RULES



WE RIDE RAIN OR SHINE


That being said the average conditions over the last 11 years have been:

  • Temperature:  Avg.= 65.5°F   High= 85.5 °F   Low= 54 °F
  • Wind:  Avg.= 7.9 MPH   High= 16 MPH    Low= 4 MPH
  • Rain:  Avg.= 0 (it has only rained 1 time in the past 11 years 0.71in)
  • Visibility:  Avg.= 10+ Miles(which is awesome)   Best= unlimited   Worst= 5.5 miles

1) All contestants have to read all NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES rules, on this page.

2) Everyone must pay the registration fee, and sign the release of liability waiver provided at check in.

3) You will need a drivers license, passport or other official ID at Pre race check-in .

4) Carry identification during the race. Just in case.

5) Everyone needs to wear their bib number. If for some reason it comes off and you can't get it to stay on put it in your pouch. You will not receive aid at the aid station without some type of proof that you are a contestant. All stations will have a list of registered participants so if all else fails just have an ID.

6) Helmets are required. It is the law!! If it is not on your head you will be disqualified.

7) You will be responsible for knowing and following the law. Riders who break laws or ride recklessly will be disqualified !!!

8) Riders need to know and obey basic cycling etiquette and safety; stay to the right, ride single file. please no huge groups down the middle of the road Stop at all stop signs and red signals. warn riders behind you of any upcoming road hazards etc...

9) No headphones, bluetooth ear pieces or anything that could in any way impair your hearing.

10) Riders. don't urinate in the middle of the road. If you have to go get off the road and out of site. The locals don't want that type of show. Please try to make it to the Aid station locations, There will be portables there. We will also provide a list of public facilities along the course.

11) All riders must have a Awesome time!!   Just making sure you remember why your doing this. Rules can be a drag but you would be surprised what people do if you don't specify what they can and cannot do.

12) Riders who get lost, fall behind or decide to withdraw please call for help immediately. There will be a list of numbers on the cue sheet to all the staff on course. Oh yeah, carry a cell phone otherwise the phone numbers will be of no help.

13) All SAG staff are there to help if you need anything just wave them down and they will do their best to help. However it may be awhile before you see one because they are covering the entire event course. Try to get to an aid station if you can.

14) NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES Route Sheets and maps will be available to download on the events page. Riders can use these any way they see fit. please, we invite you to download the maps use them as you wish and have Fun. However Navigator Adventures will accept no responsibility nor be held liable for anything that may occur while riding those roads.

15) Just like McDonalds reserves the right to refuse service to anyone NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES reserves the right to disqualify anyone who does not adhere to the rules.

 

 

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TIMING


 

 

This will be a timed Event. We are working now  on what system we will use but rest assured this will be a timed event. All results will be posted on our web site within 7 days of completion. If there are any problems with your time as registered by us please contact us .

 

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DIRECTIONS


 

Here are some Direction links from various cities to the start line:


Or Just Click Here For Start Location

 

  • Directions from Santa Barbara CA,       MAP
  • Directions from Los Angeles CA,            MAP
  • Directions from Las Vegas NV,                MAP
  • Directions from San Francisco CA,         MAP
  • Directions from San Diego CA,                MAP

 

 

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CHECK-IN


 

 

FRIDAY  MARCH 14th 2014


Spruzzo's Italian Restaurant

29575 Pacific Coast Highway

Malibu, CA 90265


Check In/ packet pick up will begin at 10:00AM and continue until 2:00PM.We will be Located at the front of the building outside on the ground floor closest to PCH. You will be required to sign the event wavier at this time. We will be handing out the goodie bags with, route sheets and race numbers. We strongly recommend that you pick up your race packet then so that your race morning can be as relaxing as possible. We are in the process of negotiating a pre race pasta dinner and a guest speaker there at Spruzzo's. 


  • Directions from Santa Barbara CA,       MAP
  • Directions from Las Vegas NV,            MAP
  • Directions from San Francisco CA,       MAP
  • Directions from San Diego CA,            MAP

 

 

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PARKING


 

 

There Will be ample parking available at the start location. You will be responsible to pay the $8.00 Zuma Beach Parking Fees if you want to park in the event location. Otherwise there is limiteed free parking along PCH that will be first come first serve and at your own risk. Navigator Adventures Will not be responsible For your vehicle or any belongings left in the vehicle regardless of where you are parked.

 

CLICK HERE FOR MAP

 

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START-TIMES


 

 

  • 6:00 AM Registration Opens. If you have not picked your packet up the day before or you a looking to register for the race be sure to be there no later thaqn  6:00AM.
  • 7:30 AM Registration Closes !!!
  • 8:00 AM  ALL Events Start !! Staggered start May occur depending on the amount of riders. If the Amount of riders Starting will effect Traffic conditions or the safety of the participants then a staggered start will aply. In that case:
    100 mile riders will start at 8:00 am
    100 Km at 8:30 am
    50 mile at 9:00 am.
  • 9:00 AM -5:00 PM festivities will begin at start finish line. We will post more details as to what activities we will be offering , but rest assured it will be fun. Your right on the beach How can you go wrong!!!
  • 11:30 AM – 4:30 PM we will be serving lunch. We hope to have several vendors there offering some good eats!!
  • 7:00 PM is the official deadline to finish without a DNF. If you have not crossed the finish line at this point and are still out on the course start to head home! We will begin to sweep the course for the last riders.
  • 7:30 PM the course will officially be closed. If you are still out there you will be on your own!!!

 

 

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AID STATIONS/SUPPORT


 

 

Having ridden in several centuries and volunteered in others, I have come to the conclusion that "sticker stops" where the rider has to STOP and get a sticker on their bib number at each Aid Station, to verify that they have completed the course, is a drag. We figure most everyone in the race is an adult, and we here at Navigator Adventures will treat you like one. If you don't want to stop at a Aid Station then don't YOU ARE FREE TO RIDE THE WAY YOU WANT, ENJOY!!. If you want to cheat and not complete the full course and take credit for completing it then that is your journey. As for the participants that put the hard work in and complete the course but are truly vexed by the cheaters. Let it go!!! Go have a beer and bask in the glory of your accomplishment you are AWESOME. We will not disqualify somebody based on a contestants complaints. This is not because we dont care it's just that it becomes a slippery slope when dealing with "He said, She said" situations. We will know who the true winners are and will keep tabs on the people who are going for the overall victory or King of the Mountain Awards. As for anyone who cheats " YOUR LAME !!! and if Navigator Adventure staff sees you cheat you will be disqualified and the reason for the disqualification will be posted on the results page.

Aid Stations are located along the route (about 10-20 miles apart, depending on terrain) and clearly marked on the route sheet. At the Aid Stations there will be a bounty of snackables and fluids. There will of course be water, and lots of it. We want to make sure everyone is taken care of. There will be the time honored standards such as bananas,Oranges, PB&J sandwiches, energy bars, energy drinks, sponsor products and of course cookies as well as much more. NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES Has taken much care in selecting the aid station fuel. If There is not something at the Aid station that you wanted please do not be a GrumpTo the volunteers. They are there to help you not be your punching bag. If word gets back to the Race Director that a contestant has been disrespectful to any of the aid station voluteers or any of the NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES staff they will be pulled out of the event immediately !! And not allowed to compete in any future Events

During the ride please keep your trash in your pocket and dispose of it at one of the aid staions. We will have trash bins at each of the aid stations. PLEASE DON'T LITTER !!!!

 

 

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CUT OFF TIMES


 

MARCH 15th 2014


Sunrise-- 6:52 am Sunset--7:07 pm

 

THE CUT OFF TIMES are based on getting you through the course before nightfall. There will be no Cut Off Times for the 50 mile or 100 Km event. The nature of the course is such that you are never really more than about 15 miles from the finish anywhere out on the course. As for the 100 Mile event the times for the first three aid stations are more of a guide line for you. Look at them as a suggested pace that you will need to maintain in order to complete the course before nightfall and the finish line being closed down. However the 4th Aid Station Cut Off Time will be strictly enforced. No rider will be allowed to continue the 100 mile course and will be receive a DNF or be reduced to a 100 km contestant. If you continue on the 100 mile course even after not making the cut off time you are on your own. There will be no SAG support for you or Aid Staion support. you will be considered a rouge rider. We are not Trying to be Nazis we are just looking out for your safety.


CUT OF SCHEDULE

Station # 1--10:00 am
Station # 2--11:30 am
Station # 3--12:30 pm
!!!!!! **** Station # 4--  2:30 pm **** !!!!!!
Station # 5--  4:00 pm
Station # 6--  5:30 pm
Finish Line--  7:00 pm


AID STATION CLOSURES

Station # 1--11:00 am
Station # 2/6--  6:00 pm
Station # 3/4--  3:00 pm
Station # 5--  4:30 pm


 

 

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TEAM RULES


 

 

To Qualify to compete in the Team Category a team will Be Required To Have:

 

1) Paid team entry fee.

2) Named a team captain

3) A minimum of 5 riders per team and a maximum of 9 riders.

4) Matching team jerseys.

5) A minimum of 5 riders per team must cross the finish line together to receive a time.

Beyond that there are no other rules everyone is welcome . Club teams, Corporate teams, College teams and Pro teams

 

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AWARDS


We are currently working on the prizes with our sponsors but there will be awards given to each of the following:

M7CC 100 Mile Overall

1st place Male
2nd place Male
3rd place Male

1st place Female
2nd place Female
3rd place Female


M7CC 100 Mile King Of The Mountains

Refer too the 100 mile event maps for more details on the location and category of the climbs but the points go like this.

Latigo Canyon -- 1st --  20 Pts  2nd --  10 Pts  3rd --  5 Pts
Decker Canyon-- 1st --  15 Pts  2nd --  7 Pts  3rd --  3 Pts
Little Sycamore Canyon-- 1st --  15 Pts  2nd --  7 Pts  3rd --  3 Pts
Deer Creek Canyon-- 1st --  25 Pts  2nd --  12 Pts  3rd --  6 Pts
The "WALL"-- 1st --  20 Pts  2nd --  10 Pts  3rd --  5 Pts
Potrero Rd-- 1st --  10 Pts  2nd --  5 Pts  3rd --  3 Pts
Westlake Blvd-- 1st --  15 Pts  2nd --  7 Pts  3rd --  3 Pts

 

The 100 Mile event is the only event that will have a King Of The Mountains competition and award. There will only be awards given to the male and female contestant with the most KOM points. This competition is fashioned after the Tour de France king of the mountains. It is a points competition not a time competition. The first 3 riders over the top of the designated catergorized climbs get descending point values. Who ever has accumulated the most points by the finish line Wins !!

1st place Male
&
1st place Female


M7CC 100 Km Overall

1st place Male
2nd place Male
3rd place Male

1st place Female
2nd place Female
3rd place Female


M7CC 50 Mile Overall

1st place Male
2nd place Male
3rd place Male

1st place Female
2nd place Female
3rd place Female


50 Mile Coast-N-It Classic

1st place Male
2nd place Male
3rd place Male

1st place Female
2nd place Female
3rd place Female


 

 

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SAG VEHICLES


 

 

 

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CHARITY


 

 

NAVIGATOR ADVENTURES  is pleased to support  Project Experience  A portion of every entry fee will be donated to this truely remarkable charity. This is a charity run by teachers who are dedicated to providing experiences to students that don't have the opportunity or means. Project Experience believes that all students are bright and eager to learn.  However data from the California Department of Education shows that academic performance of students from the socioeconomic disadvantaged and English Language Learner categories ranks the lowest among their peers. Most students, particularly those from academically advantaged environments acquire academic background knowledge outside of school through activities and travel that expose them to a variety of individuals, experiences and cultures.  However, students from families with fewer resources, those from academically disadvantaged environments, may not have these opportunities. They come to school each day without important academic background knowledge. Research indicates that what students already know about the content is one of the strongest indicators of how well they will learn new information. We encourage our event participants to include donations with their registrations and/or make donations at the event. Our most valuable resource, as a society, is our chhildren.

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TRAINING


 

 

All 3 events are all no joke Events. They will kick your ass if you are not prepared. We will be offering supported training rides between now and race day. They will follow  portions of the Malibu 7 Canyon course So we suggest you give them a shot. If nothing else it will just be a good training ride. The more cyclists we can get to come to these training rides the better. Keep checking the calender in the resources page for updates and join us on Facebook and follow us on twitter because there will be alot of updates posted there that will not make it to the web site..

 

 

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VOLUNTEERS


 

 

We need volunteers!!!    We can only put these events on with their help. Contact us if you are interested.

 

 

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