On May 11th 9pm CET open registration for Peyragudes Never Dies will begin, and if it's anything like previous years it will sell out fast. So get ready to register, cos this is one race you don't want to miss.

To be eligible to register you must be an IDF member and know your IDF member number. If you don't know your number, look it up on the member list. If you're not a member yet, join here.

Open Registration will close on the 28th July at 9pm or when all rider places are filled, whichever is first. Registration places will be awarded on a first come, first served basis.

Rider Limit

The registered rider limit for Peyragudes will be 200 riders across all categories.

Refunds

No refunds will be given once you have registered for any reason.

How Much Does It Cost?

€175 across all categories

An additional €30 will get you hamburger/fries or Kebab or Pies + Drink and Coffee for four days

Payment must be made by PayPal at time of registration to secure your place.

What Can I Enter?

Downhill Skateboard

Street luge

Classic Luge

Street Luge + Classic luge

Please note: If you enter into skateboard that is the only discipline you can enter. Women and Junior skateboarders can also opt to race in the open skateboard categories. If you enter Street Luge you can also enter in Classic luge at no additional cost.

This post is related to Peyragudes Never Dies 2013

Cyrille Harnay

This post was written by Cyrille Harnay

I am Cyrille Harnay aka Komakino. I started Downhill racing in 2004. Created the Bordeaux Longskate Club, organized Hautacam freerides (2004 to 2007), IGSA World cup Peyragudes Deluxe cup (2008-2009) and IDF Peyragudes Never Dies World Cup (2012-2013-2014). Helped the IGSA as European Director (2007 to 2012) and then Founded the IDF. IDF President (2012-2017), still skateboarding, and volunteering for the IDF from time to time.
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