Competitive Edge Racing Team Membership 2022
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Presented By: Competitive Edge Ski and Bike

Competitive Edge Racing team membership for the 2022 Race season. Members must be signed up in order to receive team benefits. Riders need to renew memberships each year Please reach out if you have any questions. 

 

 



 

 • Club President: Tyler Samson • Contact: [email protected]

Competitive Edge Racing is an affiliate of Competitive Edge Ski & Bike. Visit www.compedgeracing.com for more information

 • 2022 COMPETITIVE EDGE RACING RELEASE FORM AND GRASSROOTS TEAM CONTRACT •

 

 

NOTICE: This release form is a contract with legal consequences. Read it carefully before signing.

 

In consideration of the acceptance of my membership, I hereby freely agree to and make

the following contractual representations and agreements:

 

 

I understand that serious accidents occur during bicycle riding, training, and/or racing, and that participants in bicycle riding, training, and/or racing risk sustaining mortal or serious personal injuries and property damage as a consequence thereof. Knowing the risks of bicycle riding, training, and/or racing, I hereby agree to assume those risks, and to release and hold harmless all persons or entities mentioned below.

 

I hereby waive, release and discharge for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives, assigns and successors in interest (hereinafter collectively "successors"Wink any and all rights and claims, including but not

limited to claims for negligence, which I have or which may hereafter accrue to me against the officers and members of Competitive Edge Racing Team, for any and all damages which may be sustained by me directly or indirectly in connection with, or arising out of, my participation in or association with bicycle riding, training and racing.

 

I agree it is my sole responsibility to be familiar with the race or ride courses; USCF and Competitive Edge Racing Team Rules;

and all rules and laws pertaining to riding on public roads. I accept responsibility for the condition and adequacy of my bike and equipment. I will ride wearing a helmet that satisfies the requirements of the USCF Racing Rules, and that can protect against serious head injury, and assume all responsibility and liability for the selection of such a helmet. I have no physical or medical condition which, to my knowledge, would endanger myself or others if I participate in a race

event, or would interfere with my ability to participate in any race events.

 

I agree to commit myself to the Competitive Edge Racing Team and always act and speak in a way that puts respect and sportsmanship first. I will always remember that my words and actions are not only a reflection on myself, but a reflection on Competitive Edge Ski & Bike, my fellow teammates, and the sport of cycling. Competitive Edge Racing is here to help support the cycling community and develop the youth in the sport of cycling.

 

I agree, for myself and successors, that the above representations are contractually binding, and are not mere recitals, and that should I and/or my successors as sert any claim in contravention of this agreement, I and/or my successors shall be liable for the expenses (including legal fees) incurred by the other party or parties in defending such claims. This agreement may not be modified orally, and a waiver of any provision shall not be construed as a modification of any other provision herein or as a consent to any subsequent waiver or modification. This agreement supersedes, modifies and takes the place of any prior Competitive Edge Racing Team “Membership Release.”

SECTION A: Race Registration, Team Wear, and Training

 

I will register, race for, and wear the Competitive Edge Racing Kits at all races and team training events. For all racing events, I will register under “Competitive Edge Racing” and provide the following URL on the registration page as well: compedgeracing.com

 

I will register for a minimum of six (6) races per year. The total races to meet the minimum requirement may include all disciplines of bicycle racing (e.g. road, mountain bike, and/or cyclocross). For example, a racer could compete in two (2) road races, two (2) mountain bike races, and two (2) cyclocross races to meet the yearly requirement. Road racing includes criteriums, time trials, circuit races, track events, and traditional road races. Mountain bike races include cross-country, downhill, enduro, and short track. In the event of a podium, I will wear the 2022 Competitive Edge Racing kit. 

 

SECTION B: Giving Back

I will also volunteer, at minimum, with one (1) charity or cycling event as a member of Competitive Edge Racing within the calendar year. This does not include participation in said charity ride or event, but aiding with the logistics of the event, including registration, course markings, course marshalling, ride support, and mechanical support among others.  This also includes volunteering with any race that Competitive Edge Racing or Competitive Edge Ski and Bike are a sponsor or event director of.

 

SECTION C: Team Dues

 

I will, at signing of this contract, pay Competitive Edge Racing a team due of $35.00 via cash, check, or PayPal on the team website or Bikereg. This due will cover the calendar year from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022. 

 

By paying the team due, the above named competitor is entitled to the following discounts at Competitive Edge Ski and Bike:

 


10% off Trek Bicycles
15% off Bontrager components, apparel, and accessories
15% off Shimano groupsets and other apparel and accessories
15% off any item at Competitive Edge Ski and Bike (some exclusions apply)
Additional discounts on items and brands to be determined


 

Competitors paying team dues will also be granted use and access to the Competitive Edge Racing team tent at all races the Elite team will be attending.

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