The following rules apply to the Twenty Peaks:

  1. The first rule of Twenty Peaks is you speak about the Twenty Peaks.
  2. This is also the second rule.
  3. When you register, we send you a participant Twenty Peaks jersey. You then have 20 climbs to perform in 6 months time in order to win the matching “Finisher” bib shorts. Registration remains open after the start date and throughout the edition but you will have less time to complete it.
  4. You can have as many tries on a single climb as you wish. Your best result within the challenge dates will count.
  5. Rides performed prior to your registration will not be considered for the Twenty Peaks challenge.
  6. Rides performed before your edition’s start date at 00:00 or after the end date at 23:59 will not be considered for the Twenty Peaks challenge.
  7. We analyse your efforts as soon as they go public on Strava. If an effort is set to private, we willonly consider it if released within 48 hours from its completion.
  8. Stay rigorously on the route published on our web site and Strava, otherwise your effort may not result on Twenty Peaks.
  9. Age groups for classification purpose are based on birth year only and relate to the start date of the edition. For ex. If your edition starts on June 1st 2018 and your birth date is September 23rd 1987 you are in the men/women 45 category even if you haven’t celebrated your 31st birthday yet.
  10. Points are awarded as follows for any single climb result that is ranked among the first 15:
    # 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15
    Points 40 30 25 21 18 15 13 11 9 7 5 4 3 2 1
    All other results will mark the climb as “done” but wont earn classification points. Your position in the general classification is based on the total points you have earned at any certain moment in relation to all other riders.
  11. Category and General men/women winners will be announced a day following the edition’s end date.
  12. Play fare and stay safe. We reserve the right and duty to cancel one’s result if there is reasonable doubt it has been obtained in a faulty way.