Races are to be classified as either sprint or endurance, with points awarded
to each rider based on their results. There will be qualifying rounds for both
sprint and endurance events. For details on the points system, see the points system information.

Cambridge Family Sprint

  • Maximum 20 teams.
  • The team comprises of one adult and one under 17. (mixed, mens, womens)
  • One lap each.
  • Limit of 7 meters rollout e.g 50×15.

SPRINT CATEGORY

AON Sprints 

Qualifying: flying 200m

  • Riders are sorted into divisions based on their qualifying time. 
  • Electronic timing will be used for the qualifying round.
  • Round 1 of match sprinting is a straight win or loss
  • Round 2 of match sprinting will be best of 3
  • Entry numbers will determine the number of riders in each division and number of divisions. Format of match sprints within each division will be advised prior to the First Round.

Homewood Kitchens Keirins

3 men’s divisions (max 48 total)

1 women’s division (max 16)

¾ Century division (8 total, 70 yrs +, straight final)

  • Riders are sorted into a division, based on their sprint or endurance qualifying time or result.
  • There will be two heats for each division, with the first 3 riders across the line from each heat progressing to the 1-6 final for that division, the rest will progress to the 7-12 Final.

Tainui Press Team Sprint

Men’s, women’s and mixed division (any combination of M1+ aged riders).

  • Teams in any grade comprise of 3 riders, each having 1 lap to ride.
  • Electronic timing will be used for each team, with a held start for each team member.
  • All teams will progress to their respective division finals, with the fastest 2 teams riding in the gold final, next 2 fastest in the bronze final and so on.

Podium Lodge Time Trial

Categories: men’s and women’s 500m TT.

  • Held starts and electronic timing will be used for each rider.No qualifying rides, straight final for each rider.
  • Aerobars are permitted for this event.

ENDURANCE CATEGORY

Please note, if you wish to enter the Elimination, Scratch, Danish Points, Tempo, or Keirin, and have not set a time in sprint qualifying you must race in the endurance qualifying event to be seeded into grades and/or divisions.

  • A maximum of 15 riders will be in each heat, number of heats as required.
  • The results of the heats will be used to sort riders of all age group and gender into grades A, B, C or D. 
  • This race has no points associated.

Maximum numbers for grades will be imposed to meet safety requirements. 

A grade: maximum 20 riders per race

B grade: maximum 20 riders per race

C grade: maximum 15 riders per race

D grade: maximum 15 riders per race

Matamata Club Elimination

Grades A, B, C, and D (men and women mixed, all age groups M1+)

  • Grades selected based on results of endurance qualifying race and may be changed at the discretion of the chief commissaire. 
  • Elimination round every second lap.

Magill Earl Scratch

Grades A, B, C, and D (men and women mixed, all age groups M1+)

  • Grades selected based on results of endurance qualifying race and may be changed at the discretion of the chief commissaire. 
  • Distances: A grade 30 laps, B grade 26 laps, C grade 20 laps, D grade 16 laps.

SMART Bikes Danish points 

  • Grades selected based on results of endurance qualifying race and may be changed at the discretion of the chief commissaire.
  • The Danish points is a combination of points and elimination races.
  • There will be a short points race (distances below), followed by 3 neutral laps to regroup the field. A bell will signal the beginning of the elimination race, with riders eliminated every lap thereafter. Points are awarded for the order of eliminated riders and added to the total for the points race. The elimination race continues until a pre-determined number of riders is remaining in the race, when the bell is rung for the final lap.
  • Distances for points race: A grade 9 laps (3 sprints), B grade 8 laps (2 sprints), C grade 6 laps (2 sprints), D grade 6 laps (2 sprints). 
  • Points for sprints are 5, 3, 2, and 1 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th across the line.
  • The overall ranking of riders is determined by the most accrued points at the end of the race.
  • Points earned for this race are determined by the placings instead of actual points earned (see points system information.).

CSG Tempo

  • Grades selected based on results of endurance qualifying race and may be changed at the discretion of the chief commissaire. 
  • The tempo race is begun with 4 non-scoring laps, with the rest of the race distance as scoring laps. 1 point is awarded to the first rider across the line on each scoring lap.  
  • Distances: A grade 16 laps (12 scoring laps), B grade 12 laps (8 scoring laps), C grade 10 laps (6 scoring laps), D grade 8 laps (4 scoring laps).
  • The overall ranking of riders is determined by the most accrued points at the end of the race.
  • Points earned for this race are determined by the placings instead of actual points earned (see points system information.).

COMAG Team Pursuit

Men’s, women’s and mixed division (any combination of M1+ aged riders).

  • Teams in any grade comprise of 4 riders, the race distance is 2km (8 laps) for each of the grades.
  • Aerobars are permitted but it is recommended the team has practised together prior to the event if they are being used.
  • Electronic timing will be used for each team, with a held start for each team member.
  • All teams will progress to their respective division finals, with the fastest 2 teams riding in the gold final, next 2 fastest in the bronze final and so on.