FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do I enter?
Entries for the Nissan Trailseeker Series are available here:
Nissan Trailseeker Legends MX – https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2880-nts20191t
Nissan Trailseeker Buffelsdrift – https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2881-nts20192t
Nissan Trailseeker Hemel & Aarde – https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2891-nts20193t
Nissan Trailseeker Wellington– https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2901-nts20194t
Nissan Trailseeker Van Gaalen – https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2911-nts20195t
Nissan Trailseeker Cullinan – https://www.jumpertrax.com/events/2921-nts20196t
When do entries close?
Online entries are open until the Thursday before each event, unless sold out beforehand. Late entries can be done at registration on the Friday or on race day. Please note there is a late entry charge on race day and you cannot qualify for prize money.
I have batch and seeding problems, who do I contact?
SASeeding handles all the batch and seeding information and sends through all the details Wednesday, before an event. If you feel unhappy or haven’t received your batch/seeding, please contact SASeeding at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, this could be sorted at registration at the event.
When is registration?
Registration venue details are uploaded underneath each race’s profile and emailed through Wednesday before the race. Reminder: Please bring your SAS time board (MTB) or SAS arm band (Trail Run) to registration. Read more about our queue-less registration here.
Registration on race day starts at 06h00 at the race venue.
Why do I need a SAS time board or SAS arm band?
SASeeding time boards and arm bands are needed to place you in the correct batch according to previous race’s data. This will avoid trail jams, due to athletes not in correct batches.
Why should we bring our time boards or arm bands when collecting race packs?
We need to check if the timing chip is still fully functional.
What are the costs of a SAS time board or arm band?
The board or arm band can be bought online through Jumpertrax when you enter. Alternatively, available at registration venues at a cost of R60. If you’ve bought a timing device online, you will be able to collect at registration venues.
I’ve signed up for a certain distance but would like to change it. Is this possible?
Yes. Please email email@example.com to change your race distance. Cut off time for changes are 7 days before an event.
Can we collect race wrist band on behalf of other people?
Yes, you can, just make sure you have their SAS number, name, surname and distance. Race packs are handed out at the end of the race. Read more about our queue-less registration here.
What time does the event start?
We have compiled preliminary timing for planning purposes. During winter months, the times may vary, due to the sunrise.
Trail Run Events
21km from 7:00
10km from 07:30
5km from 08:00
3km from 08:15
Prize Giving: 10h00
How does the Kids Zone work?
The cost is R50 for children 4 years and older. They will take part in planned activities while being in a secure environment. Each child receives an armband whereby only the parent can collect them afterwards. There is a jumping castle available outside the kiddie’s area, for those who would like to relax after the race and entertain their kids.
What time is registration on race day?
Registration usually starts at 06h00 until the start of your race. We suggest registration the day before to avoid any long queues or delays.
Is there Nissan specific parking?
Yes, if the venue’s layout accommodates it. There is special parking set out for Nissan vehicle owners. Nissan parking is located close to the start and registration points.
Are there cut-off times at the events?
There are no cut-off times, we will cheer you along the whole way to make sure you finish. If however you feel like you can’t finish, a Nissan support vehicle will collect you on route.
Are there water points on Trail Run events?
Yes! We offer only the best water points throughout the trails for our athletes. You can expect anything from doughnuts, sweets, pancakes, pampoenkoekies, water etc.
Are there race updates throughout the day?
Partner; Specialized SA; sponsored Levo bikes, to keep up with the leaders. Vanessa Bell and Fritz Pienaar follow the pros on route and update every few minutes.
You can also follow us on social media where you will be able to see all the live updates on race day.
Twitter MTB: https://twitter.com/trailseekerrun
Is there prize money and what are the winnings?
Please note, late entries on the Friday and Saturday of event is not eligible for prize money on race day. You will be able to see a full breakdown of the prizes here: https://trailrun.trailseekerseries.co.za/prize-money
Are there medics on route?
There are medics located throughout the route.
Where are my results?
A result SMS will be sent on race day. If you’ve not received an SMS, please visit www.jumpertrax.com where results are uploaded.
My results are not correct, who do I contact?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for any queries. We know Nissan Trailseeker riders are champs and would like to get their correct results asap. Please note on the day queries flood in and Jumpertrax will revert back to you as soon as possible.
I missed prize giving, how do I receive my prize?
Oh no! We wish we had a snapshot of you on the podium. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, surname and race number.
Where do I get my photos that was taken during the event?
Photos are available at www.jetlineactionphoto.com
VENDOR & SPONSORSHIP QUERIES
I would like to exhibit at event, how does it work?
Please contact email@example.com for any vendor related queries.
Who sponsors the Trailseeker Series?
Nissan South Africa
Big Box, CHOC, Planet Fitness, Bavaria, Wahoo, King Price, Mud Buster, Devil’s Peak
How do we become a sponsor?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any sponsorship related queries.