April 28, 2018 @ 10:00 amR600 - R1250
The Jammie events are MTB and Trail Running support events on the Recce Mission routes. ‘Jammie’ is the terminology used for Special Forces support personnel that are not directly involved in a mission.
|Discipline||Event||Type of Event||Distance||Elevation Gain|
|MTB||Noon Jammie||Day||~70 km||1200 m|
|Moon Jammie||Day/Night||~135 km||2700 m|
|Jammie Relay||Day/Night||~70/65/60 km||1200/1500/1300 m|
|Trail Running||Noon Jammie||Day||~32 km||1000 m|
|Moon Jammie||Day/Night||~60 km||2000 m|
Mountain bikers and trail runners can participate in the Moon Jammie and Noon Jammie events in solo format only.
|MTB Relay Jammie
|Mountain bikers will complete ~90% of the Recce MTB Mission route in a relay team format with each member doing one leg of 200 km.
The MTB Relay Jammie route has two cut-offs along the route and mountain bikers have 22 hours to complete the relay.
|MTB Moon Jammie
|Mountain bikers will complete the 1st two legs of the Recce MTB Mission route in solo format with each rider doing ~135 km.
MTB Moon Jammies have two time cut-offs and at least a section would be done in the dark.
|MTB Noon Jammie
|Mountain bikers will complete the 1st leg of the Recce MTB Mission route in solo format with each rider doing ~70 km.
MTB Noon Jammies have one time cut-off and most riders should complete this leg during daytime.
| Trail Moon Jammie
|Trail Runners will complete ~60 km of the Recce Trail Mission route in solo format. At least a section would be done in the dark.
The Trail Moon Jammie route has no time cut-offs but trail runners would be re-routed on a shorter course after sun-set.
| Trail Noon Jammie
|Trail Runners will complete ~32 km of the Recce Trail Mission route in solo format.
The Trail Moon Jammie route has no time cut-offs and most trail runners should complete this route during daytime.