AusCycling | 2021 AusCycling Club Esports National Series

2021 AusCycling Club Esports National Series


AusCycling is pleased to confirm the schedule for the 2021 AusCycling Club Esports National Series.

To be held on Zwift, the Series will feature four events on Tuesday evenings in July.

Entry is open to all who hold a current AusCycling Lifestyle or Race – All Discipline or Off-Road membership in either the U19, U23, Elite or Masters category.

The Series will be conducted as a Club competition where points scored by members in each round and each grade will be added together to create a Club leaderboard.

The Series is the third in the 2021 AusCycling Esports National Series after the Elite Teams and Junior Series commenced earlier in May.

2021 AusCycling Club Esports National Series

Tuesday 7 July

7:30 pm AEST

Criterium Crit City Downtown Dolphin Dedicated crit course. Total Distance 19km.

Event Link - CLICK HERE

Tuesday 13 July

7:30 pm AEST

Road Race Yorkshire 2019 UCI Worlds Harrogate Circuit. Total distance 26.7km.

Event Link - CLICK HERE

Tuesday 20 July

7:30 pm AEST

Road Race Astoria Line 8 Total distance 22km.

Event Link - CLICK HERE

Tuesday 27 July

7:30 pm AEST

Kermesse Paris Champs-Élysées. Total distance 23 km.

Event Link - CLICK HERE

More information

Race Guide - CLICK HERE

Club Members Zwift Instructions - CLICK HERE

Club Team Manager Zwift Instructions - CLICK HERE

Zwift will also provide additional video instructions in the coming days on the AusCycling Club Esports National Series event pages.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will grading be completed?

Riders will be able enter their correct grade based on your FTP (Functional Threshold Power) and weight, shown as watts per kilogram, as follows:

  • A Grade: 4W/kg or higher = National Handicap (Men 1-6, Women 1-10)

  • B Grade: 3.2W/kg - 3.99W/kg = National Handicap (Men 6-12, Women 10-13)

  • C Grade: 2.5W/kg - 3.19W/kg = National Handicap (Men 12-16, Women 13-17)

  • D Grade: 1W/kg - 2.49W/kg = National Handicap (Men 17+, Women 18+)

Men and women races grades will be conducted at the same time.

AusCycling will review all entries based on the riders National Grade:

How are series points calculated?

The following points will be awarded for race. All categories leader points are calculated by the addition of all points accumulated using the following tables.

Series Points Table


All ties will be broken in the following manner:

o Most Wins by a State/Territory or Club

o If still tied, then number of top 5 results by a State / Territory or Club

o If still tied then there will be two winners/leaders.

Club points will be an accumulation of all points scored by members based on their primary club.

Will there be any prizing?

We will have random prizes each week but no series prizes. Series winners will be celebrated.

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