Cyclocross Crusade Code of Conduct:

The Cyclocross Crusade Code of Conduct is set out to provide a safe and accepting environment for all peoples to enjoy the sport of cyclocross.

We expect all participants, spectators, officials, staff, sponsors and other people associated with any Cyclocross Crusade event or activity to adhere to this code of conduct as a principle of being a steward of the sport and spirit of cyclocross. In the unfortunate event in which a violation of these codes of conduct occurs, please contact any Cyclocross Crusade Crew member or race official, or email, to ensure everyone feels welcome and safe at Cyclocross Crusade events.

Failure to adhere to the Cyclocross Crusade Code of Conduct may result in expulsion and future exclusion from Cyclocross Crusade events and activities.

Code of Conduct:

(a)  Be decent and kind to one another,  and treat each other with the same respect you would like to receive.

(b)  Follow all crew members’ and officials’ instructions without question or hesitation.

(c)  Have fun and participate well.

(d)  Be active in building and promoting the community of cyclocross.

Violations of the Cyclocross Crusade Code of Conduct:

(a)  Violation of rules established by OBRA, or other governing bodies of the Cyclocross Crusade events.

(b)  Discrimination or harassment of any type, including on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, political views, or national origin.

(c)  Any non-consensual physical or sexual contact or advance or other inappropriate sexually oriented behavior or threatening action directed towards any person. This includes, but is not limited to, physical, sexual, verbal or emotional abuse of any person attending a Cyclocross Crusade event.

(d)  Any act of fraud, deception, or dishonesty in connection with any Cyclocross Crusade-related activity.

(e)  Providing alcohol to a person under 21 years of age or the consumption of alcohol by a person under 21 years of age.

(f)  The illegal possession, use or dissemination of drugs or any controlled substances.

(g)  Excessive alcoholic or drug consumption while at Cyclocross Crusade events.

(h)  Any obscene language or gesture, or other threatening language or conduct directed towards any person at Cyclocross Crusade event.

(i)  Any intentional damage to or theft of private or public property while at a Cyclocross Crusade event.

(j)  Public urination, indecent exposure or any similar inappropriate public display or conduct.