Tasman Wheelers Points Series Competitions

(16 January - 23 March 2021)

 

The Summer Points Series will offer three competitions for riders (Tuesday Points Series, Saturday Points Series, KOM Competition) with cool prizes awarded at Club Champs on 11 April. Points awarded included attendance of the Spring Safety Clinic, Volunteer Duty, Race Attendance, as well as Performance points. Miss a race or have a bad day? You can drop your worst result!

Tuesday Blast Series Points Competition for each Race Category (A-D)
Recognizing top three men, women, and juniors in each category (see rules)

Saturday Series Points Competition for each Race Category (A-D)
Recognizing top three men, women, and juniors in each category (see rules)

KOM/QOM/JOM Competition, all Club
Recognizing top male, top female, and top junior overall (highest points total, all Club; see rules)
*Competition details to be confirmed*


POINTS ALLOCATION
Series Points Competitions (Tuesday & Saturday)
Safety Clinic: 20pts
Rostered Volunteer Duty: 17pts

Additional Volunteer Duty: 12pts
Attendance: 10pts per race
Performance (top 10 within category): 1st place – 10pts ... 10th place - 1pt

*Drop your worst result*
Two Stage [6March]: Double performance points! Performance points (top 10 within category) on each stage.

Ties: Ties broken by Safety Clinic attendance, followed by most wins, then most second places, and so on. Final tie breaker is highest Attendance points total.
 

KOM/QOM/JOM Competition
Points earned on hill top finishes [TBD]
Performance (top 10) within category: 1st place – 10pts ... 10th place - 1pt
Highest point totals overall (independent of category) determine winners
Ties broken by Safety Clinic attendance, followed by
most wins, then most second places, and so on. Final tie breaker is highest Attendance points total.
*Points are allocated within category; winners are determined by comparing points across categories*

RULES
 

  • Riders most participate in at least half the series to be eligible for prizes.

  • The Series Competitions will recognise the top three male, female, and junior riders in each category. Groups represented by fewer than five riders within a category may be combined with other categories to determine Series Placings. Please help us to encourage more female and junior riders so we can offer these as separate categories!

  • Points are category specific and not transferrable among categories.

  • For continuity and fair competition, riders are encouraged to begin a series within the appropriate category. Riders deemed to be consistently riding above the ability of their selected category may be automatically upgraded.

  • These competitions are being run on a trial basis. Where organisers deem appropriate, adjustments to points allocations may be necessary to ensure fair competition.

  • Constructive feedback appreciated as we build this concept.