Please see the 4F Twilight Series Rider Guide for all event and technical information - available on the 4Five+ Resources page https://www.4fiveplus.org/resources
The 4F Twilight Series is a team event, with riders in teams of three. Team members can enter any combination of grades A-E (Junior U13 & U11 will accrue points and receive separate recognition for the series.). Participation points from the three team members will go towards the overall total, with additional points awarded to the top 5 finishers in each criterium event. Teams registering a volunteer will also earn points.
Individuals not riding for a team will only be able to enter if there is capacity. Grades limits apply to promote rider safety, and there will be a wait list for each grade if we hit capacity.
There will also be skills sessions, Little Critters, a creche, and food vans.
Informal presentations will conclude rounds 1 & 2, recognizing top five placegetters in each race, and new racers.
Formal presentations of prizes will conclude round 3:
- Team Prize - teams podium & prizes (1,2,3)
- Rider 45+ - individual podium for riders 45+ (1,2,3)
- Junior Rider U11/13 combined podium (1,2,3)
- Rider of the Series - for showing fairness, determination and spirit
|2.30 pm||Gates open, Registration|
|3.00-4.00 pm||Skills Session|
|4.00-4.30 pm||Little Critters, Practice Laps|
|4.00-6.00 pm||Junior roll-outs|
|4.30-5.00 pm||E Grade, U13, U11|
|5.00-5.30 pm||D Grade|
|5.30-6.00 pm||C Grade|
|6.00-6.30 pm||A&B Grade Chase|
|7.00 pm||Presentations, Q&A|
All start times are subject to change at the organizer's discretion.
Creche (for entrants only) $0
On the day entries (if capacity) $20 cash only. Proof of licence required.
You can withdraw your entry with a self-serve, automated refund via EntryBoss if you are within the scratching cut-off time (11pm Friday prior to event). Please return to the EntryBoss Race Listing and use the 'Scratch' button.
If one of the team members is unavailable teams may use a substitute rider. Substitute riders should enter via EntryBoss. Late substitutions after the entry cut-off are at the discretion of the Race Director.
An AusCycling membership (licence) is required for ALL riders to be eligible to participate in the criterium event series.
A “Race – All Discipline” licence is required for most riders. All the information regarding this licence can be found here: www.auscycling.org.au/membership/race-all-discipline
Other AusCycling memberships/ licences may be suitable for some, (subject to relevant Terms and Conditions. Note: lower insurance coverage than Race Licence)
- AusCycling One Day Event licence - BUY ON RACE DAY https://www.auscycling.org.au/membership/other/event-licences
- AusCycling 4 Week Free Trial - check the T&C - cannot have held AusCycling licence in previous three years, valid 4 weeks from date of purchase etc. https://www.auscycling.org.au/membership/other/free-trial
- AusCycling Lifestyle Membership - suitable for Skills Session only https://www.auscycling.org.au/membership/lifestyle
Still confused? Contact email@example.com and we will do our best to help you find the right licence.
When taking out a license you are agreeing to adhere to the AusCycling Policies and Regulations.
We encourage D & E Grade riders new to criterium racing to join this session. Meet at the 4F Banner at 3pm. New riders will receive basic skills instruction including cornering, braking and positioning. Capped at 15 participants. There will be a waitlist available, so if you can't make it please scratch.
This is a fun session for the kids, involving either an obstacle course and/or chaperoned laps around the circuit for all budding cyclists. Anyone can join in on any bike, but you need a helmet. An AusCycling license is required for this event.
A creche service will be provided free of charge, sponsored by Dome Westralia Plaza. Numbers are strictly limited and bookings per event are essential.
We are always looking for volunteers to assist with registration desk, first aid etc. If you or someone you know is able to volunteer at our event, please let us know. Teams providing a volunteer will earn series points (up to 5 points per team per round) - make sure you tick the volunteering box when you enter to secure points.
4FIVE+ Athlete Collective provides opportunities for all ages and abilities, subject to the AusCycling Junior Riding Up Policy, found under the Sport Policies & Technical Regulations section www.auscycling.org.au/page/about/governance-rules-policies
As the events are graded criteriums, entries are invited from Juniors U15 and up to participate in the appropriate grade. U13 and U11 will participate in their age group, but will be on course with E Grade.
Gear (rollout) restrictions apply to all age groups from U9 to J17 in competitions and any training sessions. It should be noted that these restrictions also apply even when riding in combined or graded racing or training sessions.
Wheel Restrictions (U9 - U17) Road: Depth restriction 32mm, Minimum 16 spokes