Gajah Sumatra Ride
In 2012, the Sumatran elephant was changed from "Endangered" to "Critically Endangered" because half of its population has been lost in one generation—a decline that is largely due to habitat loss and as a result human-elephant conflict.
Sumatra has experienced one of the highest rates of deforestation within the Asian elephant's range, which has resulted in local extinctions of elephants in many areas. Over two-thirds of its natural lowland forest has been razed in the past 25 years and nearly 70 percent of the Sumatran elephant's habitat has been destroyed in one generation.
As a result of the rapid development and deforestation in Sumatra, elephants often come into contact with human settlements. They raid crops, trample homes and sometimes even hurt or kill people. Those affected sometimes retaliate and poison or shoot elephants.
The current Sumatran elephant population is estimated at 2,400–2,800.
1 Feb 2019 00:00 -
31 Dec 2020 23:59 (GMT+7)
complete in max 28 days (less if start late);
on 31 Dec 2020 23:59 (GMT+7) or while slots last
Price: from IDR 119,000 including medal delivery of maximum IDR 15,000
Categories: 150km Ride, 300km Ride, 600km Ride and 1200km Ride
finisher's medal with FREE engraving, e-certificate and e-badge
Estimated medal delivery:
5-7 days upon race completion
- Refund and/or transfer of bib is not allowed.
- "No completion, no award"; This race is based on honour system, account may be suspended if false/fake submissions are found.