REDLINE RELAY

ROAD BIKES // FRIENDS // NASCAR TRACKS
MIAMI 3.11.2023
SPOTS LIMITED

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REDLINE RELAY 80 MIAMI

Redline Relay is a new road cycling concept from CLASH Endurance. Born from the experience of racing on legendary tracks, the vibe of team racing and course safety cyclists seek these days. Race on a course built for racing.

This is how it works!

Assemble your crew - Each team has 2-6 riders and each must must complete a minimum of one lap. But you get to strategize who completes what laps. The race is designed like a relay, using the NASCAR Pit facilities to create a busy vibe before, during and after the races. Each team gets a NASCAR Pit Garage and can equip the garage with a 10x10 tent, coolers, stationary trainers- whatever you like. We're excited to host you in this new format.

NOTE: We have updated registration to allow single entries to avoid individuals having to collect a full team entry. However this is a relay format event, so single riders will be paired up with teams as we get closer to the race. We prefer you know your team prior to signing up as a single entry. Otherwise we'll be in touch.

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DETAILS

First team to 80 miles (35 Laps) at 17.8 MPG Average can complete under the 4.5 hour time limit. For the lead group going 23 MPH average, we expect the race to take 3.5 hours.

Race time limit: Starts at 1:45pm and ends at 6:37pm (Sunset) 4.5 hours

Start Proceedure: The event begins at 1:45pm with an all-rider neutral familiarization lap. That ends at 1:55pm. Teams then re-assmble in their pit box and send their first rider to the start line. Race starts at 2:00pm with a neutral rollout of 1 lap behind the official pace car. At the end of the neutral lap (as you approach the finish line) there will be a green flag drop and the race is on.

Relay Format:
The course follows laps of the road track. Each rider from each team must complete a minimum of 1 lap. There must only be one rider from each team on the track at a time. Teams may strategize and choose when to exchange riders and all exchanges happen in the pits. Drafting is always legal, even for lapped riders. The outgoing rider can be held upright within the pit stall by team members for faster exchanges.

Find more details below in our FAQ.

GARAGES

Each team will be provided their own garage. The real pit garages used by NASCAR teams during auto-races. You will have the option to equip as you like - trainers, tents, coolers - whatever makes your experience the best. This is where team members will chill between their exhanges. All Exchanges will happen on the track, adjacent to each pit garage.

FAQ

The coolest thing in cycling since they took the gear shifters off the downtube.

Quite simply, it's a relay race you do with your friends on a NACAR track based in a pit stall with camping available to keep the celebration going. There is a set distance to cover such as 80 miles / 35 laps in Miami - the first team individual to reach that distance is declaried the winner. Drafting is legal and aerobars are not.

The course follows laps of the road track. Each rider from each team must complete a minimum of 1 lap. There must only be one rider from each team on the track at a time. Teams may strategize and choose when to exchange riders and all exchanges happen in the pits. Drafting is always legal, even for lapped riders. The outgoing rider can be held upright within the pit stall by team members for faster exchanges.

Pick your team size from 2 to 6 people and register on BikeReg.com

Don't be an ass. That's the most important rule. Be welcoming and open minded to all fellow participants. Leave the roadie stuff where it belongs - Wednesday Night Worlds.

We wish to create an authentic vibe and a cycling community event different than any other. Riders of all abilities are welcome, but we prefer you've had some experience riding in groups and understand the importance of holding your line and basic cycling ettiqute. One team member on the track at a time.

Drafting is legal, even for lapped riders. Aerobars are illegal and only Road Bikes are allowed.

Also - This is a new concept so we'll not complicate it with too many rules but we may make adjustments in the future.

YOU DO! This is not just an oval course circuit race. This is the road course at Homestead-Miami Speedway with 8 turns and breaks will be required.

First team to 80 miles (35 Laps) at 17.8 MPG Average can complete under the 4.5 hour time limit. For the lead group going 23 MPH average, we expect the race to take 3.5 hours.

Race time limit: Starts at 1:45pm and ends at 6:37pm (Sunset) 4.5 hours.

2.3mi @ 18mph = 7min, 40sec
2.3mi @ 20mph = 6:54
2.3mi @ 22mph = 6:16
2.3mi @ 25mph = 5min, 31sec
2.3mi @27mph = 5:07
2.3mi @ 30mph = 4:36
2.3mi @ 32mph = 4:19

We will hand out an Abacus to each team - kidding. There will be a counter display on the course and you will be able to track progress on the CLASH Endurance app. When the race reaches 78.2 miles (34 laps) there will be a white flag signal for the last lap based on the lead team.

We are big on total inclusion. Your team composition is at your discretion. In other words, we do not have separate men / women categories in this event and team make-up isn't important - as long as there are 2 to 6 riders who want to have fun.

We have three team groupings.

  • Team of 2
  • Team of 3 or 4
  • Team of 5 or 6

It's you! We're all winners. We're outside in the sunshine, riding bicycles, creating memories and having fun. Corny, maybe but true.

The first team to reach 80 miles (35 laps), or see how many laps you can complete in the time limit. Your choice. Winners will be based off the first rider of each team that crosses the finish with 80 miles and 35 laps in the bank.

That's the best! Finishing last is an honor in itself. It means you started, and you didn't quit and you took it all in. As Ricky Bobby Said - "If you ain't first you're last!" And that's ok with us - you still had an incredible experience racing in a NASCAR venue with your friends.

We understand. Many of us belong to one man wolf packs. But Redline Relay is a team based event. We will pair you up with a team as best we can of the initial races. We will be making notes and reserve the right to change the format as we get feedback from riders like you.

The event begins at 1:45pm with a guided all-rider one-lap course preview. That ends at 1:55pm. Teams then re-assmble in their pit box and send their first rider to the start line. Race starts at 2:00pm with a neutral rollout of 1 lap behind the official pace car. At the end of the neutral lap (as you approach the finish line) there will be a green flag drop and the race is on.

Maybe you have that guy that bails last minute or drinks too many Fresca's the night before. You can change your team starters up until midnight the day before the race.

Yes. But first we want to learn what you like about this format and what you do not. We love the safety, atmosphere and all inclusive nature. Plus, dude, NASCAR tracks.

Yep. Why not? Cycling usually doesn't do that, but we're different. Hang it up, tell the people about yourself!