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 11 
 on: June 12, 2019, 08:36:24 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Division 4 Report


There was a last-minute boost to the starting line up of Division 4 with several riders self-electing to step up a grade from Div 5. To those riders, I would like to extend my gratitude and congratulations. Hence 38 riders rolled out for the 48km event and many were expecting a Novocastrian dominance.

Unlike the division 3 race which appeared to be a race to be in the break. The Div 4 field seemed more content to stay intact as much as possible. The first lap prime was won impressively by Jeremy Gilchrest. The unfortunate thing for Jeremy is that the cash prize is designed to cover the fuel costs of the athlete. However, with fuel prices a $1.45+ I am sure he would struggle, coming from Goulburn.



Today Div 4 would end in a bunch gallop and I am told that the winner, Justin Woollard, has mastered the art of sprinting the uphill HEZ finish, having won his last 3 outings at the venue. He timed his run brilliantly to pass the less experienced triathlete Iain Mudie who seemed more concern about who was behind him then the finish line in front of him.  The first women to cross the line was Nicky Western from Muswellbrook who held out the very much improving Pip Ash who had travelled down from Tamworth to be apart of the Cervelo Masters series. 

   



 12 
 on: June 12, 2019, 07:34:57 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Division 2


The most crucial moment of the Division 2 race was very early in the piece at the conclusion of the first lap. This was the heart starter Prime and it was skilfully won by Nick Johns (Nowra Velo). However, it was also the launching pad for the winning break. Needless to say, Nick was not part of this defining moment as he was too busy celebrating his prime win and sucking in oxygen as others were pedalling away.


As race commentator I was a little confused to know if I could call it a break? Div 2 contained a total of only 24 riders and the lead group contained 9 of them. So, I quickly settled on the term BRUNCH which is somewhat a combination of a Break and a Bunch.


The 9 riders dutifully continued to extend their lead as the remaining laps counted down. Ben Exley (CCCC) made an exciting and bold move with 12 km remaining but was unable to maintain his lead, especially with the wind increasing as the day went on.

I was looking forward to calling the sprint. However, I was pleasantly surprised as to what transpired. It was not actually a sprint, instead a grind to the line with almost every rider utterly destroyed by the intensity of the previous 59.7km’s. The only rider who was going fast was Kevin Berkley, which is evidence that he got the tactics correct, managing to reserve some energy for the last burst. It was interesting to see 2nd place getter Geoff Baxter’s surprised face when he crossed the line. I imagine he was thinking “I am going so slow, but I still get second” The remaining riders crossed the line and forgo any warm down instead electing to assume a fetial position on the side of the road.


Although the top eight was decided the action and thrills in this division was not completed. The 9th rider of the Brunch had cramped in the final km. Brendan Burgair (DHUEZ) was dragging his somewhat broken carcass up the final hill to the finish, until the commentator (aka me) started shouting “The bunch is coming!”  Brenden lurched is body out of the saddle in a comical attempt to make the line. All that was missing was “Benny Hill” music as that man Nick Johns was attempting to make amends. Brendan made it by 0:00.00.01sec.
My greatest joy was yet to come. I was so lucky and privilege to be able to inform both riders that it really didn’t matter as we only award points to 8th Huh?





In the words of: Geoffrey Baxter Hi all,
We'd just started on our 2nd lap of 5 laps and there was an acceleration up the hill past the start finish line and 8 guys got a gap. And of course I was in my usual position protection the rear of the field. So missed the guys going up the road. When I saw everyone looking at each other I thought I have to bridge the gap. So managed to getaway and catch them alone. We all worked well together and there wasn't too much bludging. Believe it or not I even did my fair share of work. Real happy with my result and Kevin had really good legs in the spirit and gapped us all.
There you go.

 13 
 on: June 11, 2019, 01:53:31 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Round 1 of the CERVELO Masters Series,
incorporating the Open round of 2019 CNSW Masters Premiership Series


A solid field of master aged riders lined up for the first round of The Cervelo Masters series which included former Olympians along with multiple former current /past World Champions, World Record Holders and more National Champions than burn out marks at the now infamous HEZ circuit.



Despite the stella field most of the talk during the warmup was in regard to the power of the leading Masters team DHUEZ Racing. On the start line this was very evident with the team sending their big attacking riders to the front line seemingly broadcasting, “this is going to be a Fast start”
 
               
From the gun the attacks started paying no respect to the undulating 84km ahead of them. Every initial move contained a Fluro lime jersey. The heart starter Prime was won by Mick Curren who opened the scored board for his team (DHUEZ 1 = Bunch 0) shortly after Curren had return from his sprint win, a move containing the inform Andrew Finlayson along with the superb tactician Eddie Salas launched clear of the field. Finlayson, having recently won the Grafton to Inverell was not someone you would let go up the road, hence the chase was a focal point of the mid-section of the race.  It did seem from the sidelines that Finlayson was the rider creating the most amount of stress throughout the race until, a break of 5 riders established itself Christian Godyn, Jonathan Millington Nathan Bonarius (all DHUEZ) Glenn Mathiske (MVCC) and Peter Wakefield (Penrith)
        
Godyn sacrifices his chances by driving the break for the first 10km and it appeared that Bonarius was the protected rider this was until Wakefield and Mathiske put him into difficulty in the last 3km’s of the event. With the Bonarius now gone Millington had to employ plan B “win the race” which he did with surgical precision easily outsprinting his exhausted compatriots.
 

Simon Ball (Buncheur) was denied his chance at the Bunch gallop with a last lap puncture never the less the 5th place sprint could have been any “CNSW Open” event sprint with the likes of Ross, Cridland, Salas and Curren all throwing their bikes for a high place finish.  Jordan Ross’s 5th place indicated that Dhuez also had the Sprint covered.


 
A massive thankyou to the sponsors CERVELO KASK, TWE, Champion Systems and SHIMANO, along with the assistance of Newcastle Cycling Club.  Incorporated into the series is the CNSW Masters Road Premiership Points Series. The 2018 Winner Ben Neppl was only too happy to pass over the leader’s trophy to Jonathan Millington. Jono will now have the honour of wearing the race number 1 into round 2 wear I am sure there will a contingency of riders wanting to rip it off his back, conspicuously including some of his teammates Smiley




 14 
 on: June 10, 2019, 10:20:53 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Round 1: HEZ results




Division 1   (84km)
      
1.  Johnathan MILLINGTON    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club   …...1hr 57:25
2.  Glenn MATHISKE    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley
3.  Peter WAKEFIELD    ………………………………………….   Penrith cc
4.  Nathan BONARIUS    ………………………………………….   Sydney Uni Velo Club
5.  Jordan ROSS    ………………………………………….   Illawarra Cycle Club
6.  Luke Cridland    ………………………………………….   St George CC
7.  Eddie SALAS   ………………………………………….    Penrith cc
8.  Mick CURRAN    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
9.  Daniel SULLIVAN    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling C
10.  Andrew FINLAYSON    ………………………………………….   North Western Sydney CC
11.  Christopher BALL    ………………………………………….   Manly Warringah CC
12. Ben NEPPL    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
13. Peter Hoorwood    ………………………………………….   cnsw
14.  Russell Menzies   ………………………………………….   Lidcombe Auburn CC
15.  Craig STEVENS    ………………………………………….   Northern Sydney CC
16.  Matthew GLANVILLE    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
17. Adam SOCHA    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
18.  Merrick LAW    ………………………………………….   Illawarra Cycle Club
19.  Luc MCCANN    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC
20.  Christian GODYN    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
21.  Dan MCGUIGAN    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
22.  Grant HARMER    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
23.  Ben WARE    ………………………………………….   Peloton Sports
24.  Justin MILLINGTON    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
25. Mathieu BREMAUD    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
26.  Dane CRAWFORD    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
27. Allan SMITH    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
28. Michael BURKE    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
29.  Simon BALL    ………………………………………….   Marconi CC
30.  Jon LEIGHTON    ………………………………………….   Harlequin
31.  Will MCLAREN    ………………………………………….   Manly Warringah CC






Divison 2    (60km)    
      
1. Kevin BERKELEY    ………………………………………….   Parramatta CC…...1:26:55
2.  Geoff BAXTER    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
3. Jordan REIZES    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
4.  Ben EXLEY    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
5.  Quinten ROGER    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC
6.  Kyle SULLIVAN    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
7.  Mick QUINN    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
8.  Matthew COY    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
9.  Brendan BUHAGIAR    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
10.  Nick JOHNS    ………………………………………….   Nowra Velo Club
11.  Nicholas JACK    ………………………………………….   ADF Cycling
12.  David EMERY    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
13.  Matthew HOOKER    ………………………………………….   Marconi CC
14.  Jack YUEN   ………………………………………….    Waratah Masters CC
15.  Jamie MCHUGH    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
16. Stephen BORG    ………………………………………….   NWSCC
17.  Darren RUSSELL    ………………………………………….   Sydney Uni Velo Club
18.  Robert CATER    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
19. Tom CLAYTON    ………………………………………….   Warratah Masters CC
20.  Matt WALKER    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling Club
21. Scott Davis    ………………………………………….   CNSW
22. Peter RYAN    ………………………………………….   Marconi CC
23. Brad HOOKER    ………………………………………….   Marconi CC
24.  Trevor SMITH    ………………………………………….   Manly Warringah CC





DIV 3 Race results    (60km)    

1.  Andrew HELLMICH     ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC      ………………….1:29:47.99
2.  Rodney LATHAM    ………………………………………….   Illawarra Cycle Club
3.  Campbell FULLER    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
4. Michel NIJLAND    ………………………………………….   Muswelbrook
5.  Nigel PERRY   ………………………………………….    Hunter District Cycling
6. Matthew GREEN    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
7.  Neil ARNOLD    ………………………………………….   Illawarra Cycle Club
8.  Peter SELKRIG    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
9.Dean MARCINKOWSKI    ………………………………………….   Illawarra Cycle Club
10. Glen Elton    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
11.  Kevin YOUNG    ………………………………………….   Parramatta CC
12.  Keith HARRIS    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
13.  Darrin TUCKER    ………………………………………….   Randwick Botany CC
14.  Cameron VICKERS    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
15.  Melanie BREADEN    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
16.  Ruth STRAPP    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
17.  Richard MEASURES    ………………………………………….   Manly Warringah
18.  Katie BANERJEE    ………………………………………….   Harlequin
19. Andrew WALKOM    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
20. Rob TWYEROULD    ………………………………………….   North Western Syd CC
21.  Antonio RANIERI    ………………………………………….   Penrith CC 1
22. Rhys ASHPOLE    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
23.  Ben PATTERSON    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
24.  David ASHTON    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
25.  Dugald SPENCELEY    ………………………………………….   Lidcombe Auburn CC
26.  Andrew ROBERTSON    ………………………………………….   Lidcombe Auburn CC
27.  Peter HAYDON    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
28. Patrick Grant    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
29.  Patrick CONDLIFFE    ………………………………………….   Lidcombe Auburn CC
30.  Chris KNOX    ………………………………………….   North Sydney CC
31. Matt BENNETT    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
32. Peter ROBERTSON    ………………………………………….   Harlequin
33. Nosh MISTRY   ………………………………………….    St. George CC
34. Kurt SMITH    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
35. Col HAISELL    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
36.  Adam KIMBERLEY   ………………………………………….    Central Coast CC
37.  Stephan SHORT    ………………………………………….   Waratah Masters CC
38. Kurt PURKISS    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
39.  Alan CHAPMAN    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
40.  Ivor THOMAS    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC
41.  Michael OWEN    ………………………………………….   North Western Syd CC
42. George PROSSALENTIS    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters





Division 4     (48km)    

1. Justin WOOLLARD    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC ………..1hr  15:07
2.  Iain Mudie    ………………………………………….   Hunter Dist CC
3.  Derek CRAIG    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
4. David BROWNE    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
5. Arthur SNOW    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
6.  Daniel King    ………………………………………….   CNSW
7.  Robert JOHNSON    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
8.  Ryan KENNEDY    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
9.  Ross MURDOCH    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
10.  Peter MCKAY    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC
11.  Brett Stewart    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
12.  Tim Ramon    ………………………………………….   CNSW
13.  Andrew JACKSON    ………………………………………….   Camden Cycle Club
14.  Brett LAMBKIN    ………………………………………….   NCC
15.  Bryan ATKINS    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
16.  Nicky WESTERN    ………………………………………….   Muswelbrook
17.  David FARLEY    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
18. Wade BUCHAN    ………………………………………….   Marconi CC
19.  David HILL    ………………………………………….   Muswelbrook
20.  Jeremy GILCHRIST    ………………………………………….   Goulburn CC
21.  Richard BUSH    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
22.  Michael KELLY    ………………………………………….   Sydney CC
23. Pip ASH    ………………………………………….   Tamworth CC
24. Jamie Grohan    ………………………………………….   CNSW
25.  Michael STANTON    ………………………………………….   Dulwich Hill BC
26.  Sherrie-Ann H   ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
27.  Sacha FERNANDEZ    ………………………………………….   NWSCC
28. Scott Baxter    ………………………………………….   Lidcombe Aurburn CC
29. Peter Noble    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
30. Sally MCKENNA    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
31. Troy PATTERSON    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
32.  Gavin VICKERS    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
33.  David HEATON    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
34.  Brian GLENDENNING    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
35.  Darren Towill    ………………………………………….   CNSW
36.  Tom GOOLD    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
37.  Raoul WESTBROOK    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
38. Sam DOHERTY    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
      


   
Division 5 (40km) … Across the line.       
Age adjusted results to follow       
      
1.  Guy PAGE    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC …………….1:05:53.49
2.  Scott DALLEN    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
3. Michael BOWEN    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
4.  Thomas MUCKLE    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
5.  Stephen CHAPMAN    ………………………………………….   Central Coast Cycling
6.  Colin KNEALE    ………………………………………….   Sutherland Shire CC
7.  Colin BROOS    ………………………………………….   Manning Valley CC
8.  John PRICE    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
9. Harry ROURKE    ………………………………………….   Waratah Masters CC
10.  David REGATTIERI    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
11. Andrew TRAPPITT    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
12.  Yoni HOPE-HODGETTS    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
13.  Ian GRAINGER    ………………………………………….   Bicisport
14.  Steve CASSIDY    ………………………………………….   Waratah Masters CC
15.  John MUIRHEAD    ………………………………………….   Parklife Cycling Club
16.  Hugh JONES    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
17.  Samara SCHULZ    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
18.  Gregg Fisher    ………………………………………….   Waratah Masters CC
19. John MUSICH    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
20.  John HOPE-HODGETTS    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
21.  Paul ANDERSON    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
22. Chris CARROLL    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
23. Terence FLYNN    ………………………………………….   Hunter Valley Masters
24. Steve BROWN    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
25.  Jennifer RAY    ………………………………………….   Hunter District Cycling
26.  Charles White    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
27. 516 Nick OSBORNE    ………………………………………….   Hunter Districts CC
28. 545 Mark CRAIG N   ………………………………………….   northern Sydney CC
29. 538 David DONNELLY    ………………………………………….   Newcastle Cycling Club
30. 541 Russell GARSTANG    ………………………………………….   Central Coast CC
      
   Division 5 Age based results
Your age minus your place.

1   Guy   PAGE       68
2   Thomas   MUCKLE   67
3   Colin   KNEALE   66
4   Harry   ROURKE   62
5   Ian   GRAINGER   61
6   Hugh   JONES   60
7   Stephen   CHAPMAN   57
8   Colin   BROOS   54
9   Yoni   HOPE-HODGETTS   54
10   Michael   BOWEN   53
11   John   PRICE   53
12   John   MUSICH   53
13   Terence   FLYNN   53
14   John   MUIRHEAD   52
15   Greg    FISHER    52
16   Scott   DALLEN   51
17   David   REGATTIERI   51
18   Andrew   TRAPPITT   51
19   Chris   CARROLL   51
20   Jennifer   RAY   49
21   Steve   CASSIDY   47
22   Paul   ANDERSON   47
23   John   HOPE-HODGETTS   45
24   Steve   BROWN   44
25   Samara   SCHULZ   38
26   Julie    GARDNER    35
27   Mark    CRAIG    27
28   Nick   OSBORNE   26
29   Charles    WHITE   25
30   Riussell    GARSTANG    15
31   David   DONNELLY   11


 15 
 on: June 07, 2019, 06:27:09 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
IMPORTANT: The HEZ TMP stipulates Vehicle movement Protocol that must be adhered to:

Parking
•         Is off the road and on the Eastern side only
•         Is nose of Vehicle Towards the road ( Reverse in)      

Arrival during first wave (8:50am – 10:15am)
•         Be prepared to be stopped by Traffic Control and follow their instructions
•         You may be let onto the circuit in groups (please stay as 1 convoy)
•         No Vehicles are permitted to overtake a Peloton
•         You will not be permitted to enter the “Finishing Straight” within 5 minutes of a race finish.
 
Departure during Second Wave (11:00am – 12:45pm)
•         Use a spotter to exit your parking
•         You are not permitted to pass a Peloton
•         No vehicles will depart on Bell lap (~12:10 – 12:25)
 
Minor modification time and distance:
Why modify?
•         To allow for vehicle movement after wave 1 and presentation.
•         I was unable to gain TMP approval for the “short lap” concept
•08:50am – Division 5 – 3 laps -36km
•09:00am – Division 3 - 5 laps 60km  
•09:01am – Division 4 - 4 laps - 48km
•11:00am – Division 1 – 7 laps 84km
•11:01am – Division 2 – 5  laps - 60km
 
I appreciate you paying attention to these rules and also your patience. Should you have any concerns or issues about any of these matters. Please raise them directly with the race promoter Paul Craft or Newcastle Cycling Club President Michael Flynn.

 16 
 on: June 07, 2019, 06:24:33 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Event Date: Monday 10th June 2019
Venue: Hunter Economic Zone, off Kurri Kurri-Mulbring Rd. Kurri Kurri NSW 2327
CNSW Entry boss Entry Fee: $45 (single day), $95 (full series entry),

08:50am – Division 5 – 3 laps -36km
09:00am – Division 3 - 5 laps 60km
09:01am – Division 4 - 4 laps - 48km
11:00am – Division 1 - 7 laps - 84km
11:11am – Division 2 - 5 laps - 60km.


On the day entry will be available at a fee of $55. Please allow enough time for grading and sign-on procedures


Hosted By:




 

 17 
 on: June 05, 2019, 12:25:25 PM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson

To win the CERVELO frame

Ride (start) all three rounds and you are in the draw






 18 
 on: June 05, 2019, 11:56:14 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Division 5

I have put a lot of thought into this Division. Last year in 2018 the Cervelo Masters Series only had 4 Grades and it was clear from the speed of the lowest grade that it ruled out a number of master riders from even competing.
I am very happy to announce that 2019 will indeed have a Division 5. However, I am really keen on this, the lowest grade to be exactly that "the lowest grade". It has always concerned me that at the Cervelo Masters Series, with its significant prizes up for grabs, there has been some significant sandbagging to claim the swag. Whilst this has always been an understandable component of our sport it is detrimental to the lowest grade riders, who just want to be able to compete.

The 2019 division 5 will carry only 2 prizes per round which will be stipulated below. Any rider who has been graded for Div 5 who wishes to compete in Div 4 can do so no questions asked. In fact, you will most likely be congratulated at sign on.


Division 5 Prizes
Round 1, 2 and 3
Only 2 prizes

Prize #1
•   The first Women across the line will also be recognised on the podium and win a prize.
Prize # 2
•   Your age minus your place!

Ok so we need some explanation
•   The winner of the Prize will be the highest number after you subtract your place from your age according to CNSW entry data.
•   In the event of equal points, the highest placed rider will take precedents.
•   All Div 5 women will receive a 15point addition.

I don’t want a bunch of 20 riders sprinting for every place.
•   Much like bunch time is used to prevent this in tours.
•   If a group exceeds 10 riders all riders after 10 will receive equal placing (i.e. bunch time)
•   A bunch will be determined as: any rider in contact at the beginning of the sprint.

Series leader jersey?  Yes
•   Will be the leading rider on accumulated (prize #2) points


The Podium Presentation
•   Top 3 across the line + First women (prize#1) + age -place (prize #2)
•   Minimum 3 potentially 5 on the podium  



I sincerely hope that this information is received without prejudice and in the manner/reasoning intended,
Paul

 19 
 on: June 05, 2019, 11:19:14 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Prize Structure for 2019 Cervelo Masters Series

Div 1- 4
Rounds 1, 2 and 3

The Winner of the race selects prize from:
1. TWE Wheelset
2. KASK helmet
3. SHIMANO Ultegra Pedals
4. SHIMANO Ultegra Cassette

   

2nd chooses second, 3rd is the third to select.
Win what you want instead of what you get.

•   4th place will be recognised on the podium and win a prize.
•   The first Women across the line will also be recognised on the podium and win a prize. Should the first women also be a place getter they will receive both awards. The podium will consist of a minimum four people and a maximum of five. Pending first women’s position.  
•   Primes may be awarded as a $20 cash prize in any round and division.


Series Prize Money
•   The top three riders on points at the conclusion of the Series will be awarded Cash prizes.
•   Please refer to CERVELO points system: http://www.rawtrack.com.au/index.php/topic,1006.0.html
•   The leader on points will also receive the Champion Systems leaders Jersey (to keep) The Champ Sys leaders Jersey are currently in production and I hope they will ready to present to the leaders on the start line of Round 2




Additional prizes
 

 20 
 on: June 03, 2019, 10:54:11 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson


2019 Points System
 

•   Riders will receive 10 points for every round they start.

In Rounds 1 + 2
•   The top 8 riders will receive 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2 points respectively.
•   The Leaders Jersey will be presented at the beginning of each round to the rider with the most points.
•   In the event of riders being of equal points the highest placed rider on the most recent round will receive precedence.
•   It is expected that leaders will wear the Champion Systems jersey.

Promoted riders
•   It is possible for riders to be promoted or demoted after rounds 1 and 2
•   A promoted rider will take their points with them.
•   A promoted rider cannot go within 2 points of the new grades leader after rnd2, in this case appropriate points will be deducted.

In Round 3 Final Handicap

•   Points will be the same as in Rounds 1 and 2
•   Bonus Points of 3, 2 and 1 will be gained by the top 3 of each grade.
•   Bonus will be added to points already gained.
•   Top 3 on points are required for presentation.
•   In the event of riders being of equal points the highest place rider in round 3 will receive precedence. If for some reason this cannot be determined a count back on 1st and 2nd etc will be conducted. If the tie can still not be broken prize money for that position will be equally split.

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