CORC Dirt Crits

2017/2018 Season

CORC DIRT CRITS

The 2017/18 CORC Dirt Crits will be held on most Thursday afternoons from 5 October 2017 to 15 March 2018. Dirt Crits are a fun, participation based event for riders of all ages and skill levels.
Registration is from 5pm and kids racing from 5:30pm.

Results can be seen here.

Course map for round 2 is below:

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule

Date Location Round
5 Oct Stromlo Forest Park Main (SFP Main) 1
12 Oct SFP Main 2
19 Oct SFP Main 3
26 Oct SFP Main 4
2 Nov SFP Main 5
9 Nov SFP Main 6
16 Nov SFP Main 7
23 Nov SFP West 8
30 Nov SFP West 9
7 Dec SFP West 10
14 Dec Mt Taylor (Hill Climb) 11
1 Feb Pine Island 12
8 Feb Pine Island 13
15 Feb SFP Main 14
22 Feb SFP Main 15
1 Mar SFP Main 16
8 Mar SFP Main 17
15 Mar SFP Main 18

CORC Dirt Crits

CORC Dirt Crits

Time

Registration will open from 5 pm with childrens racing commencing from 5.30 pm, adults will follow after the junior racing.

Cost

For the 2017/18 Dirt Crit series, all participants must be MTBA members. 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:

Kids in F and G grades = free.

All other categories (A to E grades) = $5.

Result Points
1st 20
2nd 17
3rd 14
4th 12
5th 10
6th 8
7th 6
8th 5
9th 4
10th 3
All finishers 2

Discount rate: A season pass for all Dirt Crit events can be purchased for $50.  CORC is also offering $100 max fee for families for a season pass.

 Categories

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 = 1 lap long course

F = 2 laps short course

G = 1 lap short course (typically balance bikes)

Number of laps may be changed to suit course lengths. Anyone can enter any category. However, each participant can only race one category. The organisers reserve the right to request riders to change categories.

Scoring and call up

A rider’s best 12 results count towards their season score using the following point system:

 As with last year, riders will be called up to the start line before each race. The order of call up will be based on current running point scores.

Prizes

Season prizes will be presented to the top three riders in each category.

Questions or Enquiries

The CORC Dirt Crit team can be contacted by email at tara.sutherland@csiro.au

PREVIOUS RESULTS

Results 2016/2017 Season
Link to results from 2016/2017 can be found here.

Results 2015/2016 Season

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.

 

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