The celebrated BC Cup XCO Series is back for 2019 featuring Western Canada’s most exciting XCO races.
The 2020 BC Cup XCO Series p/b Cobotix will play out over 4 races throughout the Province, giving racers the chance to accumulate points while chasing the opportunity to ultimately be crowned the BC Cup XCO Series winner.
|Bear Mountain Resort, Langford BC||Registration|
Coaster (50km long or 21km short course)
|South Surrey Athletic Park||Registration|
*The Canada Cup is a separate series hosted in partnership between Cycling Canada, its provincial sport organizations and local organizing committee, the Canada Cup Cycling Series is sanctioned by the International Cycling Union (UCI). Note that at dual-sanction BC Cup | Canada Cup events, Elite and Jr. Expert riders will require UCI licenses. All other riders can race using Provincial Race licenses.
The following categories are being tracked for series points. Only racers with a UCI or BC Provincial RACE license will be ranked.
Additional categories to individual races may be added by the race organizer.
* Riders in these categories MUST upgrade upon meeting upgrade criteria, which are listed in the upgrade policy, here. Half of the riders’ currents points will be transferred when this occurs.
Upgrade forms must be submitted no later than 2 weeks prior to race time. Upgrade requests must be submitted through the online form, here.
Results will be separated for points tracking and overall series rankings.
The XCO BC Cup Series consists of a series of races featuring some of BC’s top cross-country mountain bike events.
Points are calculated from the results of each race and then riders are ranked in the series standings. Riders must complete 3 out of 5 races to be eligible for an overall ranking. 4 out of 5 races will count towards total series points, therefore, riders who compete in all 5 races will be able to “drop” their lowest results.
Points for each race will be awarded to the top 75 finishers as per previous years points table for top 75 places ranging from 200 points – 1 point.
In the case of a tie, the number of events completed will be considered. If still tied, the number of 1st place finishes will be considered. If still tied, the result of the most recent event will be considered.
Each rider must ensure they have read and understood the Mountain Bike UCI rules listed here.
2020 standings TBD
|Elite Men||Marc-Andre Fortier||Pivot Cycles – OTE|
|Elite Women||Elissa Lok||Elite Women|
|Junior Men||Carter Woods||Rocky Mountain Factory|
|Master 30-39 Men||Ian Sherk||Master 30-39 Men|
|Master 40-49 Men||Chris McNeil||Soul Sportif|
|Senior Amateur Men||Rob Anthony||Senior Amateur Men|
|U13 Men||Kai Sargent||Tripleshot|
|U13 Women||Tayte Proulx-Royds||U13 Women|
|U15 Men||Cam McCallum||Team Squamish|
|U15 Women||Marin Lowe||Team Squamish|
|U17 Expert Men||Lief Rodgers||Daryl Evans Racing|
|U17 Expert Women||Eva Leikermoser||Trail Bicycles Racing|
2019 BC Cup XCO Standings (updated June 25, 2019)