Points will be awarded to the top 75 finishers according to the points table below.
In the case of a tie, the highest-placed rider in the final race will be the overall series winner.
A BC Premier Leader Jersey will be presented at the end of each event to the overall leader. The Series leader will be required to wear the Leader Jersey at all BC Premier Road events for as long as he/she is leading the series.
|Cat 1/2 Elite Women|
|Cat 1/2 Junior Women ***|
|Cat 1/2 Elite Men|
|Cat 1/2 Junior Men***|
|Cat 3 Elite Women*|
|Cat 3 Junior Women */***|
|Cat 3 Elite Men|
|Cat 3 Junior Men ***|
|Master 30+ Women**|
|Master 30+ Men **|
|Master 40+ Men **|
|Master 50+ Men **|
* Cat 3 Women may be combined with Cat 1/2 Women for races
** (Updated April 7, 2016) Master racers will be combined with Cat 3 riders for the races.
** (Updated April 14, 2016) If 5 or more Master riders (any age category) start any race in the series, points will be awarded for the category. If less than 5 Master riders (any age category) start the race, points will not be awarded for that race.
*** (Updated April 15, 2016) If racing in the same field, all riders under 19 (race age) will be awarded points and included in the Junior standings for their respective ability categories (Junior Cat 1/2, and Junior Cat 3).
Results will be separated for points tracking and overall series rankings.
Prizes will be awarded at the end of the series at the Cycling BC Awards Banquet. Presentation of the overall series winner will take place at Tour de White Rock.
There will be equal prizing for men and women.
Riders must wear cycling apparel (comprising of clean team shorts, jersey, cycling shoes or sponsored podium shoes) to the awards ceremony when receiving the Leader Jersey or series prizes. Failure to do so will result in loss of award.
All athletes who have placed on the podium must attend the ceremonies. Failure to do so will result in loss of award.