It is your responsibility to ensure that you are physically fit, adequately experienced, suitably equipped for your event and aware of the risks involved in such an event. Although LeBlanq and the Joyride Festival will ensure the event is as safe as possible you must accept that the sole responsibility for your personal safety remains with you.
In the interests of safety you must undertake to follow the advice and instruction in the weekend guide provided, as well as that provided by anybody on our behalf, heed any warning or advisory notices encountered on the event and act sensibly and prudently at all times. If it is felt that you are not sufficiently fit, healthy, properly equipped or able to complete the event without affecting its safety, comfort or happy progress, the ride leader or organiser at any stage has the right to suspend your participation in some components of the event.
Additionally, any damage caused by group members to accommodations or transports used in the course of your event is the responsibility of the individuals within the group. Likewise, any damage caused by solo travellers is their own responsibility. LeBlanq and the Joyride Festival cannot accept responsibility for any such damage, and accommodations/transports booked retain the right to reclaim costs from the Lead Rider, whether they are travelling as part of a group or alone.
LeBlanq and the Joyride Festival cannot accept responsibility for any wear and tear to, damage of and security of equipment you provide for the event. Likewise, you accept responsibility for any breakages that occur during your event, even if they hinder your ability to complete your event. We will do our utmost to assist you in procuring replacements or repairs, but any cost for the same lies with you, and no refunds can be issued for events halted due to damaged or broken equipment.