CORC DIRT CRITS
The 2016/17 CORC Dirt Crits season has now started. The first race was held in Stromlo Thursday 13th of October with 89 riders participating in an awesome race.
Dirt Crits are held on most Thursday afternoons from 13 October 2016 to 06 April 2017. Dirt Crits are a fun, participation based event for riders of all ages and skill levels. Registration will open from 5:15pm with children’s racing commencing from 6pm and adults from 6.30pm.
Results 2016/2017 Season
Results will be updated after each race. Link to results can be found here.
|13 Oct||Stromlo Forest Park (SFP)||1|
|20 Oct||SFP East (Car Park)||2|
|27 Oct||SFP East||3|
|3 Nov||SFP East||4|
|10 Nov||SFP East||5|
|17 Nov||SFP East||6|
|24 Nov||SFP East||7|
|1 Dec||SFP West||8|
|8 Dec||SFP West||9|
|15 Dec||Mt Taylor (Hill Climb)||10|
|2 Feb||Pine Island||11|
|16 Feb||Pine Island||12|
Cost 2016/2017 Season
For the 2016/17 Dirt Crit series, all participants must be MTBA members or have a day license. This includes all juniors. MTBA membership ensures all riders are covered for personal accident and public liability insurance (including when not at Dirt Crits). MTBA does have an eight week free trial which allows members to experience MTBA membership. Details of the MTBA free eight week trial can be found at: http://www.mtba.asn.au/membership/free-trial-membership/
In addition to MTBA insurance Dirt Crit fees are:
Race plate once off fee (all riders) = $5
Kids on the short course (F or G grades) = free.
All other categories (A to E grades) = $5.
Non MTBA members will be required to purchase an MTBA day licence for $25 for seniors or $15 for juniors.
Discount rate: A season pass for all Dirt Crit events can be purchased for $50.
The CORC Dirt Crits are broken into seven categories as follows:
A = 5 laps long course
B = 4 laps long course
C = 3 laps long course
D = 2 laps long course
E = 3 laps short course
F = 2 laps short course
G = 1 lap short course (typically balance bikes)
Anyone can enter any category. However, each participant can only race one category. The organisers reserve the right to change a rider’s category.
Riders can only score points in one category. A rider’s best 12 results count towards their season score using the following point system:
All Dirt Crit riders will require a Dirt Crits race plate. Dirt Crits 2016/17 Season Plates can be purchased at Dirt Crit events for $5. The plates can be used for the whole series. If you wish to have a custom race plate with or without your name on it please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name (as displayed on the race plate) design preference from 01 to 07 (see below).
End of Season Events
Rounds 10 and 17 will be CORC Dirt Crits end of year and end of season social events with a BBQ at Mount Taylor and Majura respectively. These social events are funded from the proceeds from the Dirt Crits and therefore free for race participants and families.
Questions or Enquiries
The CORC Dirt Crit team can be contacted by email at email@example.com.
The 2015/2016 CORC Dirt Crits season was a great success and ended with finals and a BBQ followed by Series Presentation.
The Final Point Scores for the 2015/2016 season can be found here. Please note points were not awarded in the final round and riders were eligible for a trophy in the fastest category that they entered.