Buzz about Total 200
A well organized experience that I will never forget.
Aaron Gardner
2010
FAQs: The Answers You Want

» What's the cost of registration?

» Is there a cut-off date or rider limit for registration?

» If I sign up now for the 200 mile option, can I switch to the 200k option?

» What happens if I can't make the event after registering?

» What Is the cancellation policy?

» The event is a non-profit 501(c)3. Does that mean my registration fee is tax-deductible?


What's the cost of registration?

We have different rates for early and standard registration as well as disocunt codes for special groups. Please review the pricing page for more info.

 

Is there a cut-off date or rider limit for registration?

Yes, we will close registration when we reach a certain level of riders. If we have space available we will leave registration open until about a week prior to the event. There is NO day-of registration. We are not allowed to have people register on Federal Park lands.

 

If I sign up now for the 200 mile option, can I switch to the 200k option?

Yes, you will be able to ride in the 200 k ride if for some reason you decide not to attempt the 200 miles. Keep in mind we need to know where all our riders are the day of the event so checking into each check point is mandatory. Note that there will not be a refund for the difference in registration fees.

 

What happens if I can't make the event after registering?

Refund requests for registration fees will be accepted IF made in writing AND at least 30 days prior to the event. Refunds will incur a $25 processing fee. Within 30 days of the event NO refunds will be allowed. NO transfers or deferrals will be allowed. We will close registration once we meet our participant limit for each ride option regardless of registration dates. No refunds for product purchases.

 

What Is the cancellation policy?

Total 200 will be held in all but the most extreme weather events and safety is our number one concern for all riders and volunteers. However in the very unlikely circumstance of event cancellation or route changes event management is not obligated to refund registration fees, charitable donations, or merchandise purchases. With so many logistics to plan for in advance many of our costs are determined well before the ride and dictate our policy. We appreciate your understanding. 

 

The event is a non-profit 501(c)3. Does that mean my registration fee is tax-deductible?

No, your registration fee is not tax-deductible. The registration fee covers the event production costs and reflects the the value of the services provided and is thus not tax-deducitble.