Race system in use, defines moto/lane draws. Qtr. and Semi Finals – snake seeding method
LANE DRAW SELECTION:
Quarters, Semis and Main Finals Only. Order of lane choice based on count back to moto points or previous final.
MINIMUM CLASS SIZE
6 riders constitute a class (amalgamations as required). Class sizes will be determined after the close of entries for trophy allocation purposes.
CHALLENGE 20”, CRUISER Classes:
4 motos Saturday, 2 motos Sunday then finals (depending on class sizes)
8 or less riders: 4 motos Saturday, 3 motos Sunday, points aggregated
9 or more riders: 4 motos Saturday, 2 motos Sunday then;
9-16 riders: to deadman final
17-32 riders: to deadman semis and deadman final
33-64 riders: to quarters, semis and final (all deadman)
65-80 riders: to eighths, quarters, semis and final (all deadman)
Riders 7yrs and under will be non-ranking participation classes
Riders who are UCI 8yrs will ride in UCI age classes for this event. Standard racing formats apply.
All tied positions will be separated by countback. No run-offs will be held.
OTHER EVENT REGULATIONS:
Transponders will be used at this event. Please update your Online Profile with your transponder number BEFORE the entries close - https://nzbmx.club/riderportal
Sprockets 5&under, 6yrs and 7yrs rider, DO NOT require transponders
Number plates will be issued to riders via the Club Manager and must be used within this event, including all official practice sessions.
Ranking Plates - Any rider holding a 1 – 8 ranking from the following meetings; Worlds 2019: W1-8, Oceania 2019: O1-8, BMXNZ National Championships 2020: NZ 1-8, and wish to use this number at the event, the ranking must be noted on the entry form.
Non-Ranked Plates: Riders may select any number between 51 and 999. If a number is not self selected, a random number will be issued. Riders not choosing to self select or supplying an incorrect ranking will be issued with randomly selected numbers.
CLIP PEDAL REGULATIONS:
All riders UCI12yrs and below cannot use clip pedals .
In case of disruption or weather, moto format may be changed, at the discretion of the Chief Commissaire.
Officials can randomly check riders and bikes before and during the event, including all official practice and warm up sessions. It is recommended that clubs & managers scrutineer all bikes prior to the event.
This will be held offsite Sunday 14th, approximately 30 minutes after the finish of racing.
AWARDS AND TROPHY ALLOCATION:
Allocation is determined from the time that entries close for Trophy manufacturing purposes. For trophy placings, a count back method will be used to rank riders on equal points at the end of racing
Challenge and Championship Class
Classes with 8 riders or less: Trophies and Presentation Plates to 3rd place
Classes with 9+ riders: Trophies to 3rd place and Presentation Plates to 8th place
Personalised certificates will be sent to clubs as soon as available.
7yrs and under - all riders will receive an event award
Pocock Trophy - Club with best Moto results from a nominated set of six riders
Master Cycle Traders Trophy - Club with the most Top 8 finalists
Regions Trophy - Region with the most Top 8 finalists
BMX NEW ZEALAND EVENT OFFICIALS
Commissaire Panel: Tony Nelson, Manawa Mason, Mike Butler
Administration Commissaire: Carole Gillions
Appeals Commissaire: XXXXX
Start Hill Commissaire: XXXXX
HOD Camera/Systems: Darryll Ranford
HOD Staging: Lauren Walker
HOD Starting: XXXXX
HOD Commentary: XXXXX
EVENT MANAGEMENT :
Host Event Representative: Aimee McGregor
BMXNZ Event Representative: Dion Earnest - 0212707199
Event Public Relations Manager: Dawne Nelson
There will be security at the track from 6.00 pm to 7.00 am on Friday, Saturday nights. However, BMX New Zealand Inc., the host Region and Club accepts no responsibility for theft or damage to property.