The Titan Series Saudi Arabia will be held on the following dates:

  • Material checks: Tuesday, 28th of January 2020.
  • 1st stage: Wednesday, 29th of January 2020.
  • 2nd stage: Thursday, 30th of January 2020.
  • 3rd stage: Friday, 31st of January 2020.
  • 4th stage: Saturday, 1st of February 2020.

The Titan Series Saudi Arabia has its own rules and regulations published on its website. It is important to read it before registering to clear up any possible doubts.

Each stage will depart at 9:00AM.

The stage routes will be signposted with arrows. Even so, use of a GPS is compulsory. You must follow the track provided by the organisation and pass through the CPs (Control Points) and the WPs (Water Points).

The race’s four stages have an average length of around 85km each, with one being around 70km and others up to a maximum of 100km.

The stage tracks will be sent out on the 23rd of January 2020. The location of the CPs and the WPs will be known the night before each stage.

The control points will be set up in accordance with each stage’s route. Although variations are possible due to each stage’s particular outline, there will be no more than 3 per stage, and their exact coordinates will be announced the day before.

In the Titan Desert, the feeding zones are referred to as WATER POINTS.

Each stage will feature a total of 3 Water Points.

These will depend largely on each stage’s profile and characteristics. But it is the intention of the organisation of the Titan Series to ensure that there is one every 30km at least.

These will be identified with the initials WP followed by a number (Ex: WP1, WP2, WP3…).

Besides having these areas, each participant will also receive 1.5 litres of water in order to fill his/her water bottles and hydration packs before each stage departure.

Two members of the organisation and room-temperature water bottles.

Participants who abandon any of the stages or who arrive past the maximum set time will be disqualified from the general classification. They will (rider and bicycle) be collected by the broom wagon and taken to the end of the stage. They will be able to take part in later stages, however their times will not be recorded nor taken into account for the general classification. Should they abandon a second time, they will no longer be able to participate in other stages.