ARTICLE 1: TYPE OF RACE
The race, registered in the timetable RFEC, is reserved for elite men under 25 years of age
and Under 20.
It is classified as class 2. 12.2 and in accordance with the RFEC regulations, it attributes
points for the RFEC Individual classification to the first 25 cyclist in the general classification
of the event.
ARTICLE 2: PARTICIPATION
The proof is open to Elite/sub teams. 23 registered in the Spanish Cycling Federation (RFEC).
The number of riders per team is set at 7, of which at least 5 must start, in accordance with
article 2.2.003 of the UCI regulations.
ARTICLE 3: PERMANENT OFFICE
The permanent office at the start opens on the 06/8/2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in
the Casa de la Cultura de Lodosa (Avenida de la Ribera 41), Navarra.
The confirmation of riders and the distribution of bib numbers by the team managers will
take place from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the permanent office on 06/8/2023
The meeting of sport directors, organized in accordance with article 1.2.087 of the UCI
regulations, in the presence of the members of the College of Commissioners, will be held at
11:35 a.m. in the de la Casa de Cultura Lodosa, Navarra. In addition, the security meeting
will be in the same place at 12:00 a.m.
The permanent in the finish line will be in the office in the podium truck.
ARTICLE 4: RACE RADIO
The race information is broadcasted on the frequency: 150.187.5 Mhz.
ARTICLE 5: NEUTRAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
The neutral assistance service is insured by Shimano Spain. The service is ensured by 3
sufficiently equipped neutral assistance vehicles and the broom truck.
ARTICLE 6: CLOSE OF CONTROL
Depending on the difficulty of the stages, the following control closing scale will be applied:
1st Stage: 15%
2nd Stage: 20%
3rd Stage: 15%
4th Stage: 20%
In accordance with the article 26.032 of the UCI regulations, the Commissioners’ Panel may
extend the control closure, after consulting the organizer.
ARTICLE 7: CLIMB FINISH LINES
Articles 2.6.927 and 2.6.928 are not applicable in the event of a climb arrival, the stages with
a high climb arrival for the application of article 2.6.029 are the following:
Stage 2. Artica-San Cristobal
Stage 4: Caseda – Muskilda
Any discussion concerning the qualification of «climb arrivals» and «before ascent» will be
resolved by the College of Commissaires.
ARTICLE 8: CLASSIFICATIONS
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION BY TIMES
It will be obtained by the amount of time invested in all the stages, by each rider, taking into
account the corresponding penalties and bonuses, if any, with the rider who has completed
the stages in the least time being the best classified.
FINISH LINE BONUSES
In all stages, there will be bonuses for the first three being:
1º Rider: 10”
3° Rider: 4”
“2.6.016 THE DAILY CLASSIFICATION BY TEAMS, is established by the sum of the three
best individual times of each team except for the team time trial that is regulated by the
particular regulations of the race. In case of a tie, the teams will break the tie by the amount
of the places obtained by their three best times in the stage. If the tie continues, the teams
will be separated by the classification of their best rider in the classification of the stage.
TEAMS GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
It is established by the combination of the best three individual times of each team in every
stage. In case of a tie the following considerations are taken into account until the tie is
- Number of first spots on the daily general classification by teams.
- Number of second positions on the daily general classification by teams and so on.
- If there were to still be a tie, the tie would be broken through the best ranked individual
rider in the Individual General Classification.
- The team with less than 3 riders will be erased from the Teams General Classification.
GENERAL AWARDS OF THE MOUNTAIN
It will be obtained by the amount of points obtained by each rider in the scoring high, being
the best classified the one that has obtained the most points. In the event of a tie, it will be
resolved in favor of the one who has achieved the greatest number of first places in the top
of the highest category. If the tie continues, the highest number of first places in the top of
the immediately lower category will be taken into account, and so on. If the tie persists, it
will be resolved in favor of the best classified in the Individual General Classification.
1st category climbs: 1° 12 points, 2° 8 points, 3° 4 points.
2nd category climbs: 1° 9 points, 2° 6 points, 3° 3 points.
3rd category climbs: 1° 6 points, 2° 4 points , 3° 2 points
4th category climbs: 1° 3 points, 2° 2 points, 3° 1 point.
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF INTERMEDIATE SPRINTS:
It will be obtained by the amount of the points obtained by each rider when passing the
indicated places, the one with the rider points being the best classified. In the event of a tie,
it will be resolved in favor of the rider who has obtained the greatest number of first places. If
the tie persists, in favor of the best classified in the Individual General Classification.
1º 3 points
2º 2 points
3º 1 point
GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF THE FIRST LOCAL
Riders born in the Foral Community of Navarra will have the option of this classification, with
the leader of this classification being the rider best ranked in the Individual General
Classification. The Organizer reserves the right to resolve as many cases and exceptional
situations that may arise from the interpretation or application of this article.
Other classifications may be established, always based on sporting criteria; Combined,
Young, first national rider, Autonomous, etc. In this case and according to article 2.6.013 of
the UCI stage regulations, on the basis of these classifications, a maximum of 6 jerseys will
ARTICLE 9: AWARDS
The following prizes are awarded: (At least as established in the prize table that appears in
annex 13 for test 2.12.2 – RFEC Financial Obligations).
See attached table in the technical guide.
ARTICLE 10: ANTIDOPING
During the event, the riders may be subjected to anti-doping control in accordance with the
rules established in the UCI/RFEC Anti-Doping Control regulations.
ARTICLE 11: PROTOCOL
At the end of each stage, in accordance with articles 1.2.112 – 1.2.113 of the UCI regulations,
the following riders must appear on the podium in competition attire for the protocol
Leader of the Individual General Classification by Times – Red jersey () Leader of the General Individual Mountain Classification – White jersey with points()
Leader of the Individual General Classification of Flying Goals – green jersey () Leader of the Individual General Classification of 1st. Navarro – white jersey ()
Leader of the General Team Classification
U20 General Classification – Trophy
Only the classifications marked with the symbol (*) may wear the distinctive jersey in the
The award-winning riders must report to the protocol within a maximum of 10 minutes from
their entry into the finish line.
Likewise, at the end of the test in the FINAL PROTOCOL, the following riders must also
- First 3 classified riders of the race
- Team and director of the general classification by Teams
- Individual General Leader
- General Mountain Leader
- General Leader Intermediate Sprints.
- General leader 1st Navarro
- Winner Stage
ARTICLE 12: PENALTIES AND SANCTIONS
In case of sanctions, the UCI Penalties and Sanctions Schedule will be applied. Pamplona,
May 8, 2023.