xRace is the most popular sport adventure race in Latvia. Competition is based on running, mountain bike riding and kayaking, doing different tasks in the same race and strategic planning.
Anyone can participate in the race, but in the team there must be at least one member at the age of 18. Younger can also patricipate in race, but it is possible only with parents written permission. Short (Īsā) distance is suitable for families. Parents take full responsibility for the child's participation in the race.
The team consists of 3 participants, in the Short (Īsā) distance there are 2-4 participants possible.
Teams can be formed by men and women only, or mixed.
xRace offers 3 different distances - Sport distance, Popular (Tautas) distance and Short (Īsā) distance.
Participation in all stages is optional, the team can participate in any number of stages.
Yes, to register a team, at least one participant must be registered in the application.
Yes, It is possible.
To change the team information, you must log into the xRace homepage in the Registration section with the access code. It is sent immediately to the captain of the team by e-mail after signing up.
Participation fee includes race SI cards, distance planning, special and rope tasks expences, boats, life jacket, shower (where available), Isostar sports drink at watering stations, waterproof maps, medical assistance, special equipment, prizes and other organisational expenses.
To participate in the race it is necessary to have a charged mobile phone, a bicycle, helmet and SI card. In the night stage - a red lamp/blink for bike, a headlamp, reflectors (for example, on clothes, bags).
Yes, necessary equipment can be rented from the race organizers - compass, mapboard, helmet.
Yes, but points for the team will be counted in each distance separately.
There is a SI station device in every check point location, where team must punch. Teams must hear a signal to know that punching is successful. If there is no signal and the SI station is broken or stolen, team must contact organisers by phone and then continue the distance. Correct checking ensures that information is collected in each check point, including time when checkpoint has been attended and team number.