Under 23 MU 1.2 Rules

Women WE 1.2 Rules

UNDER 23 M

Art. 1 - Organisation
The ASD “Team Bike Terenzi”, based in Ladispoli (RM), via Ladislao Odescalchi 27 00055 registered in the National Register of Sports Clubs section FCI n. 11E3379 from 11/01/2020 Tel: 3450200855 Mail: asdbiketerenzi@gmail.com Website www.gpliberazione.it, in the person of the President and manager of the event Claudio Terenzi, organizes, on April, 25th 2022 in Rome, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, the International cycling race “75th Gran Premio della Liberazione”- class MU 1.2 reserved to the participation of teams as per art. 2.1.005 UCI for companies affiliated with the F.C.I. and the U.C.I, and which is disputed according to the U.C.I. The international Race Director is Agildo MASCITTI, Tel. 333.3694801 and the Vice-Race Director is Angelo LETIZIA, Tel. 339.3564910.

Art. 2 –
Type of event – Participation
In accordance with art. 2.1.005 of the UCI regulations, the race is open to the following teams: Italian UCI Pro teams, foreign UCI Pro teams (Max 2), UCI continental teams, UCI cyclo-cross Pro teams, national teams, regional teams and club teams . The maximum number of teams is 40. The competition is by invitation only, reserved for athletes in the Under 23 categories and is entered in the UCI Europe Tour class 1.2 MU calendar. Registrations are made with the enrolment form according to article 2.1.005 of the UCI regulations. Teams will be comprised of 6 with a minimum of 4 athletes. For any attendance allowance (food, accommodation, reimbursement of expenses), the conditions set out in the enrolment form apply. Points will be assigned according to UCI regulations: 30; 25; 20; 15; 10; 5; 3; 1; 1; 1.

Art. 3 - Documentation for approval
The race is held on the route illustrated in the following attached documents:
• Altitude profile;
• General planimetry;
• Time/kilometer table;
• Altimetry, plan and description of the last 3 kilometers;
• Declaration of acceptance of the position of the Director of Organisation and the Vice-
  Director;
• Location of hospitals or first aid centers along the entire route.

Art. 4 -
Participation
Upon notification of participation, inscriptions must be confirmed with the enrolment form to be sent to teams@gpliberazione.it within 20 days of the start of the event. The team, 72 hours before the race, must confirm the names of the starting riders and the 2 reserves.

Art. 5 - Race
Direction
Race Office Opening: 2.00 pm on April 24, 2022 at Hotel Occidental Aran Park, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
License
control: License control operations will take place on April 24, 2022 from 15.00 to 16.30 at Hotel Occidental Aran Park, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
Technical meeting: The technical meeting with the Organisation Director, the Commissaire Panel, the team managers and the representative of the F.C.I.-S.T.F., it will be held on April 24, 2022 at 18.00 at Hotel Occidental Aran Park, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
The secretariat will be open from 8.00 on 25 April 2022 at the Tensile Structure in Departure-Arrival area at Terme di Caracalla.

Art.6 – Radio
Tour
Only authorized cars can follow the race, equipped with radio equipment capable of receiving “radio-tour” in Italian, French or English on the VHF 149.850 frequency, and equipped with a marker.

Art.7 - Departure
Meeting Point
The starting meeting of the riders and the Race Commissioners is established from 12.15 on 25 April 2022 in Rome in Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, at the Stadio delle Terme and the official start is set at 13.30 in Viale delle Terme di Caracalla. Presentation of the Teams from 12.30 am to 1.15 pm.

Art. 8 - Neutral
Service
The technical assistance is ensured by three duly equipped CASOLARI TEAM cars. Changing wheels from motorcycles is not allowed.
The cars of the Teams cannot follow the race and provide assistance.

Art. 9 –
Time Limit
It is established at 8% of the winner's time. The maximum time can be increased in exceptional circumstances by the College of Commissaires after consultation with the Organiser.

Art. 10 - Rankings

The rankings provided are as follows:
Individual general ranking according to art. 2.3.037 of the UCI Regulations.

Art. 11 - Prizes

The total amount of the event prizes, based on the maximum amount established by the UCI-FCI of € 5,932.00, as per the attached table, will be paid to the A.C.C.P.I. (Italian Association of Riders). Any extra-ranking prizes and the methods of assignment in the event of a tie will be notified by official communication. All prizes will be subject to the tax provisions in force in Italy.

Art.12 - Anti-doping
Control
The anti-doping control, which will take place according to the current UCI regulations and according to the regulations of the Italian State, will be carried out at the Nando Martellini Stadium - Terme di Caracalla - Rome.

Art.13 -
Award Ceremony Protocol
According to the UCI Regulations, the first three classified must present themselves to the ceremony (in the space prepared for this purpose and regularly reported) within 10 minutes after crossing the finish line.

Art.14 -
Penalties
The penalties applied for racing events are those provided for in the table referred to in art. 2.12.007 by the UCI Regulations.

Art.15 – Feeding
Feeding is allowed from the 30th km of the race (from the start of the 6th lap of the circuit) and will finish at 20 km to go by people on foot. There is no fixed supply.

Art. 16 – Medical Assistance Service
Healthcare will be carried out by two ambulances and by the race doctor and from fixed locations along the path with specialized personnel.
The hospitals along the route are:
San Giovanni Hospital, Via dell’Amba Aradam (1000 meters from the route Tel. 06 77051)
and Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Isola Tiberina (1000 meters from the route Tel. 06 68136911).

Art. 17 - Road Code
Participating riders and drivers of all officially accredited vehicles following the race are required to strictly observe the Italian Road Code and the provisions of the Management. The team manager is the person in charge of the athletes and team members, officially communicated to the organization at the time of accreditation. The event will be open and closed by cars bearing the sign "inizio gara ciclistica" and " Fine gara ciclistica".

Art.18 –
Green Zones
In harmony with the ecological campaign advocated by the UCI and in order not to disperse the resulting material in nature, the civic sense of the participants is appealed in order not to throw waste along the road, but to dispose of it within the "GREEN AREA" where a company in charge of the need will provide for its collection.
Failure to comply with this provision will be sanctioned in accordance with art. 12.1.007 RT-UCI.

Art.20 - Provisions anticovid-19

All participants in the event: athletes confirmed for the start, personnel of accredited teams, race judges, technical services staff (radio information, technical assistance to fugitives, technical car drivers, car drivers of the "inizio gara ciclistica" and "fine gara ciclistica" service), staff of the organisation, journalists accompanying any duly accredited drivers, representatives of the Federal Technical Structure, the Technical Commissioner of the national team and his collaborators, the employees of the security service land, all must comply with the provisions in force from time to time issued by the Italian State for the health emergency, and with the protocols issued by the UCI and the FCI and with the provisions of the personnel of the organization's anti-Covid19 protection. Failure to comply with these provisions will result in the application of the penalties provided for.

Art. 21 – Commissaire Panel:
President: Peter JUDEZ, Coordinator Component: Antonio Danilo MOSTACCHI, Finish Judge: Giulia MARRONE, Motorbike Judges: Antonio BISIGNANI and Silvio SARAULLO.

Art. 22 - Applicable
Rules
Although not contemplated, the Commissaire Panel will apply the regulations of the U.C.I. and the laws of the Italian State as applicable.


WOMEN 1.2


Art. 1 - Organisation
The ASD “Team Bike Terenzi”, based in Ladispoli (RM), via Ladislao Odescalchi 27 00055 registered in the National Register of Sports Clubs section FCI n. 11E3379 from 11/01/2020 Tel: 3450200855 Mail: asdbiketerenzi@gmail.com Website www.gpliberazione.it, in the person of the President and manager of the event Claudio Terenzi, organizes, on 25 April 2022 in Rome, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla the International cycling race called Gran Premio della Liberazione Donne - WE 1.2 class reserved for the participation of teams as per art. 2.1.005 UCI for companies affiliated with the F.C.I. and the U.C.I, and which is disputed according to the U.C.I. rules. The International Director of the race is Agildo MASCITTI, Tel. 333.3694801 and the Vice-Director of race Marco PAGNANELLI Tel. 320.4558407.

Art. 2 – Type of Event - Participation
In accordance with art. 2.1.005 of the UCI regulations, the race is open to the following teams: UCI World Team (Max 3), UCI continental Team, UCI cyclo-cross Professional, National Teams, Regional Teams and Mixed Teams. The maximum number of teams is 30. The competition is by invitation only, reserved for women elite athletes and is included in the UCI Europe Tour class 1.2 WE calendar. Registrations are made via the application form according to article 2.1.005 of the UCI regulations. Teams are made up of a maximum of 7 and a minimum of 5 athletes. For any attendance allowance (food, accommodation, reimbursement of expenses) the conditions set out in the engagement form apply. Points will be assigned according to UCI regulations: 30; 25; 20; 15; 10; 5; 3; 1; 1; 1.

Art. 3 - Documentation for approval
the race is held on the route illustrated in the following attached documents:
• Altitude profile;
• General planimetry;
• Time/kilometer table;
• Altimetry, plan and description of the last 3 kilometers;
• Declaration of acceptance of the position of the Director and Vice-Director of
  Organisation;
• Location of hospitals or first aid centers along the entire route.

Art. 4 - Participation
Upon notification of participation, inscriptions must be confirmed with the enrolment form sent to teams@gpliberazione.it within 20 days of the start of the event. The team, 72 hours before the race, must confirm the names of the starting riders and the two reserves.

Art. 5 - Race Direction
Race Office Opening: 2.00 pm on April 24, 2022 at Hotel Occidental Aran Park, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
License Control: license verification operations will take place on April 24, 2022 from 3.00 pm to 4.30 pm at Hotel Occidental Aran Par, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
Technical meeting: the technical meeting with the Organization Director, the Commissaire Panel, the team managers and the representative of the F.C.I.-S.T.F. it will be held on April 24, 2022 at 5.00 pm at Hotel Occidental Aran Park, via Riccardo Forster, 24 - 00143 Rome;
The secretariat will be open from 8.00 on 25 April 2022 at the Tensile Structure in Departure-Arrival Area at Terme di Caracalla.

Art.6 - Radio Tour
Only authorized cars can follow the race, equipped with radio equipment capable of receiving “Radio-Tour” in Italian, French or English on the VHF 149.850 frequency, and equipped with a marker.

Art.7 – Departure Meeting Point.
The starting meeting of the riders and the Race Commissioners is established from 8.00 on 25 April 2022 in Rome in Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, at the Stadio delle Terme. Presentation of the Sports Groups is from 8,00 to 8.45 am. The official start is set at 9.00 in Viale delle terme di Caracalla.
           
Art. 8 - Neutral Service
Technical assistance is ensured by three duly equipped CASOLARI TEAM cars. Changing wheels from motorcycles is not allowed.
The cars of the TEAMS will not be able to follow the race and provide assistance during the race.

Art. 9 – Time Limit
The maximum time is established at 8% of the winner's time. The maximum time can be increased in exceptional cases by the College of Commissioners after consultation with the Organizer.

Art. 10 - Rankings
The rankings provided are as follows:
Individual general ranking according to art. 2.3.037 of the UCI Regulations

Art. 11 - Prizes
The total amount of the event prizes, based on the maximum amount established by the UCI-FCI of € 5,932.00 as per the attached table, will be paid to the A.C.C.P.I. (Italian Association of Riders). Any extra-ranking prizes and the methods of assignment in the event of a tie will be notified by official communication. All prizes will be subject to the tax provisions in force in Italy.

Art.12 - Anti-doping control
The doping control, which will take place according to the current UCI regulations and according to the regulations of the Italian State, will be carried out at the Nando Martellini Stadium - Terme di Caracalla - Rome.

Art.13 - Award Ceremony Protocol
According to the UCI Regulations, the first three classified must present themselves to the ceremony (in the space prepared for this purpose and regularly reported) within 10 minutes of arrival.

Art.14 - Penalties
The penalties applied for racing events are those provided for in the table referred to in art. 2.12.007 by the UCI Regulations and by the UCI Regulations themselves.

Art.15 - Feeding
Feeding is allowed from the 30th km of the race (from the start of the 6th lap of the circuit) to finish at 20 km to go by ground personnel. There is no fixed supply.

Art. 16 – Medical Assistance Service
Healthcare will be carried out by 2 ambulances and by the race doctor and from fixed locations along the path with specialized personnel. The hospitals along the route are:
- San Giovanni Hospital, Via dell’Amba Aradam (1000 meters from the route Tel. 06 77051)
- Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Isola Tiberina (1000 meters from the route Tel. 06 68136911).

Art. 17 - Road Code
Participating riders and drivers of all officially accredited vehicles following the race are required to strictly observe the Italian Road Code and the provisions of the Management. The team manager is the person in charge of the athletes and team members, officially communicated to the organization at the time of accreditation. The event will be open and closed by cars bearing the sign "Inizio gara ciclistica" and "Fine gara ciclistica".

Art.18 – Green Zones
In harmony with the ecological campaign advocated by the UCI and in order not to disperse the resulting material in nature, the civic sense of the participants is appealed in order not to throw waste along the road, but to dispose of it within the "GREEN AREA" where a company in charge of the need will provide for its collection.
Failure to comply with this provision will be sanctioned in accordance with art. 12.1.007 RT-UCI.

Art.20 - Provisions anticovid-19
participants in the event: athletes confirmed for the start, personnel of accredited teams, race judges, technical services staff (radio information, technical assistance to fugitives, technical car drivers, car drivers of the "Inizio gara ciclisttica" and "fine gara ciclistica" service, staff of the organization, journalists accompanying any duly accredited drivers, representatives of the Federal Technical Structure, the Technical Commissioner of the national team and his collaborators, the employees of the security service land, all must comply with the provisions in force from time to time issued by the Italian State for the health emergency, and with the protocols issued by the UCI and the FCI and with the provisions of the personnel of the organization's anti-Covid19 protection. Failure to comply with these provisions will result in the application of the penalties provided for.

Art. 21 – Commissaire Panel
President: Peter JUDEZ, Coordinator Component: Antonio Danilo MOSTACCHI, Finish Judge: Giulia MARRONE, Motorbike Judges: Antonio Stefania MUGGIOLI and Silvio SARAULLO.
Art. 22 - Applicable rules
Although not contemplated, the Commissaire Panel will apply the regulations of the U.C.I. and the laws of the Italian State as applicable.