Queensland Cyclo-Cross State Series
Series Points CLICK HERE
|2021 AusCycling QLD State Series Round 1||Sun, 23 May 2021||Underwood Park||Results|
|2021 AusCycling QLD State Series Round 2||Sun, 27 June 2021||Ipswich||Results|
|2021 AusCycling QLD State Series Round 3||Sat, 10 July 2021||Brisbane Showground||Results|
|2021 AusCycling QLD State Championships||Sun 12 Sept 2021||Ipswich||Results|
|2021 AusCycling QLD State Series Rd 4||Sun 7 Nov 2021||Kooralbyn|
There has been some confusion around the State Championships, it will NOT be a State Series Round. We can not fairly award points as we are racing under different categories. Kooralbyn will be the 4th and final round in the series.
*Age categories at State Championships in June will defined by the rider’s age on December 31st of 2022.
The following standard points scale will be applied for all series events:
The minimum number of events to qualify for series recognition is the total number of rounds minus two (2)
State or Territory series points will be calculated by adding the highest attained points from each round based on the overall finishing place (rank).
The maximum number of rounds where points can be used for the series calculation is equal to the number of rounds used for qualification.
The following categories (target race time) must be run as part of each series event:
Minor alterations on race time may be required based on entries. These changes must be approved by CV in advance of the event. The event organiser is encouraged to run other support events (e.g. Open and Kids). These will not be eligible for series points.
All riders will be graded before their first series event. At the start of the year riders will have the right to query their grade however after the first event it will not change unless it is changed by AusCycling or the change occurs in relation to sections A, B or C in this paragraph. In most instances riders will be upgraded upon achieving a certain amount of grading points (see table below) during the year. No grading points will be carried over from 2019.
Unless otherwise mandated by the supplementary series rules, start order will be determined as follows:
I. A Grade is to adhere to UCI Technical Regulations, limiting maximum tyre width to 33mm;
II. For B and C Grades, maximum tyre width may exceed 33mm.
CX State Series Host Guide - CLICK HERE