2019 BC Cup Road Series p/b Cobotix

 

The 2019 BC Cup Road Series p/b Cobotix is comprised of a series of races, giving racers the opportunity to accumulate points at each race, chasing the opportunity to ultimately be crowned the BC Cup Road Series winner.

 

Schedule

Spring Block
Race Date Venue
Escape Velocity Spring Classics March 24 Atomic Long, Aldergrove
Escape Velocity Spring Classics April 6 Bradner Long, Abbotsford
Escape Velocity Good Friday Road Race April 19 Murchie West, Langley
Escape Velocity DEVO Stage Race TT & Kermesse May 11 River Road, Langley
Escape Velocity DEVO Stage Race Road Race May 12 Thunderbird Long, Langley
Heart of the season
Race Date Venue
Hayman Classic RR (Jr. Only) May 24,25 & 26 Penticton
BC Elite/Master TT Provincial Championship 25-May River Road, Langley
BC Elite/Master Road Provincial Championship 26-May Aldergrove
Robert Cameron Law Cycling Series TT 07-Jun Victoria, BC
Robert Cameron Law Cycling Series Crit 09-Jun Victoria, BC
Awesome Grand Prix – BC Elite/Master Crit Provincial Championship 15-Jun Jonathan Rogers Park, Vancouver BC
The last stretch
Race Date Venue
Superweek Ladner Criterium 06-Jul Ladner BC
Superweek Poco Grand Prix 12-Jul Port Coquitlam BC
Superweek Tour de White Rock Criterium 13-Jul White Rock
Superweek Tour de White Rock Road Race 14-Jul White Rock
United Velo – Hougan Park Road Race 03-Aug Hougan Park, Chilliwack BC
TBC Victoria Cycling League Race TBC TBC
Series Final – Seymour Challenge 18-Aug Mount Seymour, North Vancouver BC

Series Structure

  • Points will be awarded to the top 75 finishers according to the points table below.
  • Racers must compete in at least one race per “block” to be eligible for the BC Cup title.
  • All races in the series count towards final series standings. In the case of a tie, the highest-placed rider in the final race will be the overall series winner.
  • Racers will be required to race their licensed category at races where their category is offered.
  • A 7.93m rollout distance shall apply for Junior racers
  • At events where UCI categories are consolidated into A,B,C ability levels, unless indicated differently in advance, results for each Category will be determined by the finish order in the ability fields shown below. Note that  this is subject to change in races with smaller field sizes.
Elite Men Cat 1/2 A group
Elite Men Cat 3 B group
Master Men B group
Junior Men B group
Elite Women Cat 1/2 B group
Elite Women Cat 3 C group
Master Women B group
Junior Women C group

Each rider must ensure they have read and understood the Road UCI rules listed here.

Categories

Elite Cat 3 Men
Elite Cat 3 Women
Elite Cat 1/2 Men
Elite Cat 1/2 Women
Masters Women
Masters Men
Jr Men
Jr Women

* Cat 3 Women may be combined with Cat 1/2 Women for races.

Master categories may be combined with Cat 3 for the races.

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 any race in the series, points will not be awarded for that race.

Points

Place
Points
Place
Points
Place
Points
Place
Points
1 200 21 60 41 35 61 15
2 175 22 58 42 34 62 14
3 155 23 56 43 33 63 13
4 140 24 54 44 32 64 12
5 130 25 52 45 31 65 11
6 120 26 50 46 30 66 10
7 115 27 49 47 29 67 9
8 110 28 48 48 28 68 8
9 105 29 47 49 27 69 7
10 100 30 46 50 26 70 6
11 95 31 45 51 25 71 5
12 90 32 44 52 24 72 4
13 85 33 43 53 23 73 3
14 80 34 42 54 22 74 2
15 75 35 41 55 21 75 1
16 71 36 40 56 20
17 69 37 39 57 19
18 66 38 38 58 18
19 64 39 37 59 17
20 62 40 36 60 16

Prizes

Series leaders will be recognized at the final race of each ‘Block’. The final winners will be recognized at the final race as well as at Cycling BC’s annual year end party. The overall winner of each BC Series category will be published once confirmed.

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 at the race. Failure to do so will result in loss of award.

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