Event Dates: Saturday 24th October 2020
Promoter: Hunter District CC
Closing Date: Saturday 18th October 2020
Entry Fee: $30 - U17 / $46 - U19, U/23, Elite & Masters
Race Divisions: JM17 | Men Div 1-5 | Women Div 1-3 (depending on demand)
Results: Live Results by Hunter Districts CC - Link TBC
Venue: Hunter Economic Zone, off Kurri Kurri-Mulbring Rd. Kurri Kurri NSW 2327
Registration will be located at the start/finish line, 500m south of the roundabout on Edward Street.
|Session 1||10:00am||Div 4 Men||60km (5 laps)|
|10:03am||JM17||48km (4 laps)|
|10:06am||Div 5 Men||48km (4 laps)|
|10:08am||Div 2 Women||48km (4 laps)|
|10:10am||JW17||36km (3 laps)|
|10:12am||Div 3 Women||36km (3 laps|
|Session 2||2:00pm||Div 1 Men||96km (8 laps)|
|2:02pm||Div 2 Men||84km (7 laps)|
|2:04pm||Div 3 Men||72km (6 laps)|
|2:06pm||Div 1 Women||72km (6 laps)|
Women's Divisions - require minimum of 15 riders for each event to proceed. Event's will be reviewed once entries close
Please use the following links to view the course maps:
Prize Money: $5,000 (TBC), Intermediate Sprints prize & Club Shield.
Feeding information TBC
Neutral Spares may be available for some senior divisions. Please contact race organisers if you wish to volunteer to be a follow car for a grade.
Note: must be a current Cycling Australia member, hold a current Australian drivers’ licence, vehicle registration must also be current. Volunteers must be willing to act as NEUTRAL spares for nominated grade.
The "Race Results 11" timing system will be used to record results. You will receive a transponder upon sign-on which will need to be affixed to your bike with a bracket or cable tie. Brackets can be purchased from sign-on at a cost of $5 and cable ties will be provided free of charge.
Results can be accessed via the following link and will be updated live on the day - http://my1.raceresult.com/
Presentations will be held at the start/finish area immediately after the last race of the session.
The event will consist of graded scratch races. A rider earns points for their club based on their finishing position. The aim of the event is not necessarily to cross the line first, but to win the most number of points for their club overall.
Within each grade, 1st place receives a number of points equal to the number of entrants. For example, if Division 2 has 20 entrants, the winner of Division 2 will receive 20 points towards their club.
2nd place receives 1 point less than 1st place; 3rd place receives 1 point less again; and so on in descending order up to the last finisher of the race. DNFs earn no points.
To determine a club's overall point score, add up the points from that club's top five finishers in each division.
For example, if there are 20 riders in each division and Club A has riders in Division 1 who finish 1st, 10th, 15th, 19th and 20th; riders in Division 2 who finish 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and DNF; and no entrants in Division 3, Club A's points would be calculated as follows:
Division 1: 20+11+6+2+1 = 40 Division 2: 5+4+3+2+0 = 14 Division 3: 0 Total points: 54
In the event of a tie, the winner will be the club with the most number of wins across all divisions. If teams still cannot be separated, then it will be the club with the most number of 2nd places, and if still a tie then 3rd places, and etc.
For example, Club A's rider wins Division 1 and Club B's riders win Division 2 and 3, but both Club A and B finish on the same number of points. Club B would win.
Race Director: Rebecca Mason
Ph: (02) 9738 5850
Ph: (03) 9998 6810