Tip 2 Tip 2023
Race Details:

The Tip 2 Tip is a 1000km (or slightly more), single-stage, solo or pairs, self-supported endurance ride from one end of Nova Scotia to the other. Riders have 5-days to complete the ride.

There is no set route, however, there are seven unmanned checkpoints each rider must pass on their way to Meat Cove. Riders will receive the checkpoints on August 24, 24-hours in advance of the start. They can plan their routes accordingly. Riders leave from The Hawk Beach, Cape Sable Island at 08:00 August 25.

A rider manual will be sent shortly after registration.

Fees breakdown:
T2T Registration fee: $75 (covers costs to run event)*
Tracker fee: $90 USD (tracker rental and mapping fee); $30 USD if you own a tracker (mapping fee)** Follow this link for the tracker registration form (rent + map fee): https://form.jotform.com/followmychallengeusa/tip-2-tip-nova-scotia-2023
Bicycle Nova Scotia Membership: $30-$50, depending on when you register through the BNS site. $0 if you already have a BNS membership for the year. The membership provides insurance coverage for your ride.

*Registration fee is non-refundable. It can be transferred to the following year. Please contact [email protected] if cost is a barrier to riding.

**Trackers are required. They are supplied and supported by Follow My Challenge USA.

Please note: If you do not register to rent a tracker/register YOUR tracker, you can not ride in this event. If you do not have a tracker rented or registered by July 28, 2023, you will be taken off the rider list, even if the T2T registration fee has been paid.

Registration closes Friday, July 28, 2023.

Limited tracker availability; registration may close sooner if we run out.


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