BC Regional B Category Ranking Events
To compete in their Region’s Summer Race Series a valid BC Silver or Gold membership is required.
Due to the strength of club racing across the region there will be no Novice racing at Regional’s in 2018
Ask your club secretary for details or click here for the BC Site.
Only Riders who are in the top 16 national standings from the previous year may request to ride up a class and this must be done by completing an application form available from the Regional Chair.
Summer Series 2018 Race Fees –
Online via the British Cycling web site;
All classes in the 17 yr and over range – £14 per Class plus £1 admin fee
All Classes in the 16 year and under range – £11.50 per Class plus £1 admin fee
On Line registrations can only be refunded or transferred to another round if notified to the Series Administrator before close of registration on the day.
On The Day;
All classes in the 17 yr and over range – £25 per Class
All Classes in the 16 year and under range – £22.50 per Class
2nd Bike discount – For riders who have registered in their main class the region offers the option of registering on a 2nd bike for only £7.50. The main class can be registered on Line or on the day for this offer to be available.
If you register both bikes On Line there will be no refund given on the day.
Summer Series Time Schedule
On Line Registration closes 11.30pm on the Friday before the event.
On the Day;
10.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m
Registration and Rider Check In – All Pre-Registered riders must sign against their name on the Rider List before close of registration. Riders who have not signed in will be removed from the event – no refunds will be given.
09.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.
9.30 to 10.00 – open practice
Gate Practice in two groups based on Race Class is planned for most events – subject to weather conditions
- 10.00 to 10.30 – 12 & under
- 10.30 to 11.00 – 13 & over
- 11.00 to 11.30 – 12 & under
- 11.30 to 12.00 – 13 & over
6 under, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 -29, Superclass (17+), Masters (30+), Veteran (40+)
At most rounds some classes will be merged (11-12, 13-14, 15-16) after registration to provide bigger classes and more competitive racing. This may also apply to other classes on the day.
Superclass is a payback class for any rider 17 yrs and over or 16yrs by application to the Regional Committee
6 and Under, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, Championship (17+)
Classes may be merged on the day.
9-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-29, 30-39, 40-44, 45+, Ladies 17-29 and 30+
At most rounds classes 17-29 upwards will be merged after registration to provide bigger classes and more competitive racing. This may also apply to other classes on the day.
Awards, Standings and Qualification
To qualify for the British Championships, riders must compete in at least 5 rounds in their main class and if they ride a second class they must compete in at least 3 rounds in that class – all events must be part of the East Region Series
A riders Series Standing is based on their best 5 results.
Series Trophies will be awarded to riders who compete in 5 or more rounds in the same class.
Superclass is payback with top three riders taking awards. The prize fund is a minimum of £100 paid out as 50% to 1st, 30% to 2nd and 20% to 3rd. The fund will increase with 11 or more riders.
All Pre-Registered must sign against their name on the Rider List before close of registration. Riders who have not signed in or notified the Series Administrator will be removed from the event and no refunds will be given.
Check the moto sheets carefully – errors must be reported to Administration no later than 12.00 p.m.
Except for the 6&Under Male / Female Classes no parents are allowed in the pens or on the start hill.
Only First Aid and Race Officials are allowed within the track area. Parents / Guardians of riders may be invited onto the track to assist fallen riders at the discretion of the officials.
Please remember – it is rider’s responsibility to be ready for their race! Make sure you are the back of the Start Hill in time for you race to be called.
The Regional Committee may introduce supplementary regulations at any time during the Series if it is felt beneficial to the sport.
On all racing rules, incidents or disputes, the Chief Referee’s decision is final.