2016-17 NEOCX Cyclocross Series Rules and Overall

Overall Points Rules:

The overall Series prizes will be determined by using each racer’s highest points from 5 of 7 Series Races.

Masters and Juniors are scored on Saturday 10/21 at Kirtland Park, category racers Sunday 10/22.

Points will be awarded for women and men in each of the following Categories:

Junior Boys 10-12
Junior Boys 13-14
Junior Boys 15-18
Junior Girls 10-12
Junior Girls 13-14
Junior Girls 15-18

Masters Men 35+
Masters Men 45+
Masters Men 55+

Masters Women 35+

Women’s Open Cat 4
Women’s Open Cat 3
Women’s Open Cat 1, 2, 3

Men’s Open Cat 5
Men’s Open Cat 3,4
Men’s Open Cat 1, 2, 3

Singlespeed Women
Fat Bike Women

Singlespeed Men
Fat Bike Men

Points may not be transferred from Category to Category. For example, if you race as a Category 5 in Races 1-3 and then are upgraded to category 4 in Race 4, you do not lose your Category 5 points for Races 1-3, but you will start with 0 points in the Category 4 race in Race 4.

1) Male racers with a one day license must race in the Category 5 race. Female racers with a one day license must race in the women’s category 4 or masters 40+ race.

2) Masters Men Category 1 racers may not enter the Masters 35+, 45+ or 55+ races, regardless of age.

3) Women Category 1 racers may not enter the Women’s 35+ race.

If you do not finish (DNF) a Race, that Race will count as an eligible Race for the overall Series and you will receive 1 (one) overall Series points for that Race.

Series Prizes:

Fun stuff, very minimal monetary value, but you also get the pride of saying you’re the baddest mofo in cyclocross land.

2016-17 OVERALL SERIES POINTS SCHEDULE

Place

Points

Place

Points

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
100
93
87
82
78
75
73
71
69
67
65
64
63
62
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26+
DNF
DNS
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50 (and so on…)
1
0

In the event of a tie in any placing in the overall Series points standings at the end of the Series, the tied racer with the most head-to-head victories wins the tiebreaker. If head to head victories are equal, the previous race’s result (or Over the Top-style arm wrestling) serves as the tie breaker.

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