NORWOOD CC SUPER SERIES 2019
TDU WEEK - SUNDAY / MONDAY / TUESDAY
This is fast paced Adelaide Hills racing on one of our favourite courses, in the town containing one our favourite bakery! Its punchy climbs and fast decent make for aggressive racing. A Kermesse is halfway between a Road Race and a Criterium. It's like a criterium in the hills, short but fast paced, with multiple little climbs to attack on each lap. Thanks to our long time sponsors and partners in this event RAPHA for supplying deluxe prizes and goodies to the event. Spectating on this course is as good as it gets, the finish line area has a great views over the beautiful Piccadilly Valley with a vista across the finish, to the far side of the course, meaning you can see riders multiple times per lap.
This event is part of a three race series, NCC SS 2019 run during the TDU to give local and tourist graded riders an opportunity to race while the big race is in town. We are proud to offer two Womens and four Mens grades for the series which are our most competitive events of the year. For details on the the other two events see links below:
Monday - Giant Super Crit:
Tuesday - aBloc Crit:
1st-5th placing awarded in each grade.
RAPHA goodies and prizes up for grabs.
Equal prize money for Women and Mens grades over the series.
Course: Uraidla Kermesse, Adelaide
Categories: Elite Female, Elite Male
Entry Fee: $40
NCC Kit: $30*
Eligibility: U19, U23, Elite & Masters
Field Size Cap: 50 Riders per Grade (nominate early)
Senior Mens: A,B,C,D grades.
Senior Womens: WA and WB grades.
NOTE: Riders will need to be experienced graded road riders, the standard of racing at these events is high across the grades. In the interest of safety, the handicapper and race director reserves the right to reject any entry if the rider is not of sufficient experience or skill level.
Sign on: from 7:00am
Racing from 8:00 am till 1:00pm. TBC
More details / start times to be announced
Watch NCC facebook or www.norwoodcc.com.au
|MB grade||8:00am||44 km||9|
|MD grade||9:02am||29 km||6|
|MC grade||9:15am||39 km||8|
|MA grade||10:30am||59 km||12|
|WA grade||10:32am||39 km||8|
No license, No Race - Participants require a current 2019 Cycling Australia Race License. Please bring your license or proof of renewal on the day. 3RL - can enter this event, bring your formal paper work. International license riders, we require a Permission to Race Abroad Letter and all appropriate paper work to be sited at the event.
You will be riding on open roads at all times and must comply with South Australian Road Rules as well as Cycling South Australia racing rules at all times. The event and the participants have no permission to break the road rules, other then to turn at corners under control of a corner marshal. The course will be marshalled, but the ultimate responsibility is with participants to ride safely and be aware of other traffic. Please be respectful of other road users. Do not over take vehicles on the Circuit. Consider them part of the Circuit.
DO NOT cross the middle of the road at any point. Do not cross the middle of the road approaching the finish line sprint. You must race within the left hand half of the road at all times.You must keep left as far a practical and be two abreast unless overtaking at all times.
Other races will be on the circuit at the same time. Do not become involved with those races, you must let a faster grade pass, moving left and single file. There is no neutral support provided. No laps out. You must have a flashing red light on at all times as per CSA policy.
NCC members wearing *NCC kit will receive $10 off race entry. Redeemed in cash at sign on.
No Late nominations or nominations on the day, a waitlist with in entry boss will be created once the events reach capacity. Acceptance of nominations is at the discretion of the Race Director. Nominate early these events usually sell out. Please scratch as early as practical if you cant attend to allow the next competitor on the waitlist the opportunity to race.
Rider field size per grade restricted for safety and logistics of racing two grades at a time and daylight (timeframe) available to race Criteriums. Numbers limited for the tight Uraidla circuit. Nominate early and don't miss out. Event capacity is 180 for Uraidla and 300 riders for the Victoria Park events.
All grading is at the discretion of the NCC Handicapper, Peter Varricchio. The handicapper and the race director have the right to move competitors across the grade range at their discretion during the series.
This is an Elite senior event. No U17 can ride up.
Frank Smith 0405 704 768.
Contact on Messenger through NCC facebook.
Diane Tattersall 0410 390 755