Timetable & Rider Briefing
|7:00am||Race 1: (D Grade Girls and Boys)|
|7:20am||Race 2: (C Grade Girls and Boys)|
|7:45am||Race 3: (A Grade Boys, B Grade Boys)|
|8:30am||Race 4: (B Grade Female, C Grade Female, A Grade Girls, B Grade Girls, E-Bike Female)|
|9:15am||Race 5: (C Grade Male, D Grade Male)|
|10:10am||Race 6: (A Grade Male, B Grade Male, A Grade Female, E-Bike Male)|
There will be podium presentations for 1st, 2nd and 3rd shortly after each race concludes.
Race Numbers will be allocated at registration, please pick them up at least 30 minutes before your race. To ensure we can continue to provide
Please ensure your number plate is securely attached to the front of your bike so that your number can clearly be seen by timing staff. Make sure that the number plate remains vertical.
There will be a mass start for all riders in your category. Faster riders should move to the front of the pack with social riders to the back. Multiple categories will start at the same time.
There is a time limit for each
The course will be marked using standard signs and bunting as appropriate.
Your bicycle needs to be suitably equipped for racing. This includes ensuring that you have: Front and rear brakes as well as Bar plugs and/or lock-on collars.
You also are required to wear a helmet compliant with the Australian or equivalent international standard. We also recommend the use of protective equipment, including but not limited to full finger gloves and eyewear.
Feed Zone and Outside Assistance
There will be a designated feed zone, generally located just past the Start/Finish line on each lap. You may collect or exchange drinks, food and eyewear.
Marshals and Course Safety
There will be marshals stationed throughout the course all equipped with 2-way radios. If you are the first to encounter an injured rider, you are required to stop and render assistance and send the next rider onwards to advise the marshal. Riders providing assistance can have their times adjusted so that they are not disadvantaged.
If you encounter a slower rider, shout ‘Track Left’ or ‘Track Right’ to indicate the side you wish to pass, and wait for them to give way. Most inexperienced riders will instinctively move to the left. Note that you need only give way when you feel it is safe to do so. If stopping, call ‘Stopping’.
The marshals are there for your safety and you are required to follow their instructions, particularly in the case of an emergency.
Please advise timing staff if you have withdrawn from the race.
Spectators are to watch for and yield to oncoming riders before crossing the track. Spectators are expected to use the designated crossing areas on the oval.
For the safety of riders, no pets are allowed.
Underwood Park is open to the public, so the race track can be ridden at any time.
Karingal Scout Camp is not open to the public. However, there may be an opportunity to ride the race track on scheduled trail care days.
Riders not racing are not to impede riders who are racing by riding the race track. In particular, riders not riding are not to approach or cross the finish line. In general terms, that means keep off the starting area and well away from riders who are racing. Those who transgress are liable to be disqualified.
Food and Drink
Food and drink will be available for purchase.