- Pre-registration ONLY for all the races for all the categories.
- Registration closes at 6:00pm the night before each race. That is your LAST CHANCE to register.
- Learn to race cyclocross clinic is Free for all registered racers in any category. NOTE: You must be registered before you do the clinic.
Licence Requirements for 2022
Licensing is confusing. It does not help that every year the licences change. The insurance requirements change and it all starts again…..WHICH LICENCE DO I NEED TO RACE?
- If you are only going to do a couple of COTR races (We strongly encourage you to race them all) but you don’t want to buy any license. You are racing COTR races ONLY. Pay for a Day of Race licence each time you race $12 (Subsidized by COTR to $10) for an adult. $5 for youth. This is OK if you are only going to race once or twice a year and you are NOT going to race Provincials and you are NOT going to race National Champs in Saanich this November.
- Buy a “Provincial Cycling for All License” from Cycling BC. $80. This works if you are racing the LAUNCH category (Beginners/Youth/Sport) races at COTR. If you are going to race 6 or more cyclocross events this year this is your best bet but ONLY if you are ONLY going to race Cross on the Rock this fall. You can not race other events or the Provincial Championships with this license.
- Buy a “Provincial Race License” from Cycling BC.Adult $120. Youth $75 Get this one if you want to race COTR as well as in Vancouver and Provincial Championships. You can race any category in the province.
- Buy a UCI license (Cost currently reduced $65-$120 depending on age) if you want to race Cross on the Rock AND a BIGGER race such as UCI races or National Championship in Saanich. You need a UCI race to race National Champs.
EVENT AND SERIES RULES
- Please read and follow our 2022 “Mild” COVID 19 Protocols. Keep in mind these might update or change through the year.
- Good sportsmanship and fair play are our number one rule! Bad behaviour and bad language are not welcome at our events. You get 1 warning and then you are gone for the season.
- These races are designed to be fun “club” level events. This is not to say that they will not be challenging or competitive BUT we are not as serious as some other events out there.
- Encouraging other participants is great. Discouraging other participants is not great
- Riders must posses a current Cycling BC license or pay for a one day Cycling BC license ($10 at our events).
- All events are open to any type of bike; road, mountain or cross. A cross bike should be your first choice followed by a mountain bike….road bikes will not enjoy our courses…
- Some UCI cyclocross bike rules do not apply in our events. Run any tire width you like, flat bars are fine….if you have any questions please let us know.
- Call up at the first series event is RANDOM to give everyone an equal chance of getting the front line and also making it so you don’t have to go to the line so early. From event #2 onwards call up will be based on series points for those ranked and then random for all remaining racers.
- All riders will finish on lap following the leader finishing the race. You can never be more than a lap behind.
- Other than these specific rules regular cross rules and common sense will dictate everything else.
- The race organizer and or official have the final say in everything!
- At Cross on the Rock events racers are not pulled if they are lapped by the leaders of their event. All racers finish on the lead racer’s lap so you are never more than one lap down nor do you race much longer than the leader of your race. IF you do not finish the race you will receive a DNF (and no points).
- Points will be given out in to all participants in each category. If you move up from intermediate or masters to Open during the year you will retain 50% of your points.
- 2022 is a continuation of our re-building year (2021) in many ways. For this year we will again have 6 events. As in the past you have a throw away for your worst result/missed event. So a maximum of 5 events will count to the series final.
- The series final is double points.
Points are distributed as following: 200, 190, 185, 180, 175, 170, 168, 166, 164 continuing down to 2.
- At least 2 Points will be given out to every finisher of the race. The rider must finish the entire race and can not be a D.N.F.
- Series Awards are given for the top 3 in the following categories: Expert, U13, U15, U17, Intermediate, Masters Men and Women as well as Super Masters 55+ Men and Women.
- Series prizes will be presented at the last event at ….you must be there to claim them as we do not do mail outs.
- Event prizes are done after the last race of the day. You must be there to claim your prize or someone can pick them up for you. We do not hold onto prizes or do mail outs.