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The Pavilion will not be used by the CCC and VCC for this event.
Please review and adhere to the Rider Movement Plan.
Course start/finish is Stromlo Forest Park Crit Circuit.
The 2020 Winter Road season is run by volunteers from the CCC and VCC. This season volunteers will be recognised with free entry to all eligible events in the Winter Road Calendar.
Yes, you can race and volunteer at this event!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and prioritising making as many ‘racing’ places available as possible, we will require extra volunteers to make the Winter Crit series happen.
We are planning on running 2 volunteer shifts at each event. A ‘set-up’ shift 8am - 11.30am and a ‘pack up’ shift 11.30am - 3pm.
Please indicate your preference for either setup, pack-up (or both if you're able) in the comments section of the volunteer signup form. We suggest riders from A & B grade volunteer in the first shift and riders from C, D & E in the second shift so that you can still race if you want to. If that doesn’t suit let us know what works for you and we’ll do our best to accommodate all volunteers who want to get a start.
If we don't have the volunteer places filled for the race then, unfortunately, we will have to cancel the event. Volunteer names will be published to this listing and the start list as they come in.
Parking is available at Stromlo Forest Park.
To ensure that we have a record of all participants registration is only via EntryBoss.
NO ‘ON THE DAY’ REGISTRATION
The following registration rules have been applied:
We ask for your understanding in the event that you register, are placed onto a waitlist, and ultimately are not allocated a start.
If you have registered and subsequently cannot attend please scratch yourself from the race so that your place can be allocated to another rider.
Upon arrival please confirm your attendance at the check-in desk (including collecting a number or confirming your permanent number) and then move clear of the check-in desk area.
A rider briefing, count and roll call will be conducted before each grade roll away. Please be ready to move to the start line when your grade is called.
At the finish of each grade riders should pass through the finish chute, move off the track, return your temporary number, and then clear the area.
There will be no results presentation at the end of events. Results will be posted to the CCC website.
No refreshments or water will be provided at the end of races. Water is available at the pavilion.
If any rider exhibits COVID-19 symptoms in the two weeks following the race, they must advise the COVID-19 Officer who will follow up with health authorities.
Please adhere to the following timings so that we manage our COVID-19 responsibilities appropriately.
The following schedule is provisional and will be confirmed closer to the event date. Men's and Women's grades will ride together as shown in the table.
|Grade||Check-in||Rider Briefing||Race start - finish||Clear SFP by|
|MB WA||10:30||10:40||10:45-11:25 (35+2)||11:35|
|MC WB||11:55||12:05||12:10-12:45 (30+2)||12:55|
|MD WC||12:45||12:55||13:00-13:30 (25+2)||13:40|
|ME WD||13:30||13:40||13:45-14:10 (20+2)||14:20|
Do not arrive at the Northern Gate prior to your grade check-in time, or remain past the scheduled ‘Clear SFP by’ time.
We are not using the Pavilion for this race.
Attendees will be limited by the overall number of participants and support gathering in accordance with the ACT Government’s Recovery Plan Stage 2.2. This is currently set at 100.
Our first priority is to ensure that we all remain safe and adhere to the current requirements. Please be understanding and support the volunteer staff to make this a successful event.
On the day of the event, the COVID-19 Officer will be responsible for ensuring that participants follow these guidelines. Where a participant fails to comply they will be asked to leave the event.
High Risk Groups
Riders with higher risks from COVID-19 are advised not to race: