Helmets – on your heads, please! If the wheels of your bike are moving and you are straddling your bike, sitting “lady-like” on the top tube or sitting on the seat, your helmet MUST be on your head AND strapped. This is before, during, and after the race – and especially during bike drop off. This is watched by everyone and you could receive a penalty. No, no, we don’t want any penalties! Family and friends on bicycles will also be asked to leave if they do not wear helmets while on and GNT event property.
Medical Services – There will be medical personnel in the pool area, on the bike course at JBER/Glenn Highway overpass, at Transition 2 (from bike to run), and at the timing finish at Pena Park Sports Complex. A medical tent and personnel will also be located at the main event area at Bartlett High School.
Radio Communications – The Anchorage Amateur Radio Club will have a van at the main event area at Bartlett High School. Radio personnel will also be located in the pool area, on the course at the JBER/Glenn Highway overpass, at the bike turn around, at Transition 2 (bike to run), at the timing finish at Pena Park Sports Complex, and on bicycles along the run course. In the event of an emergency, they can provide assistance. Please, emergencies only!