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2013 Ault Park Series PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jonathan Spicker   
Sunday, 02 February 2014

 New For 2013 Longer Race for Women and Juniors 16K/4Sprints

Hoping to increase participation in Women and Junior race in 2013 we’ve lengthened it to 16K with sprints every 4 laps. 

 

 

Steamlined Registration Paperwork

Register and Pay, or Register and Pay Later

It would be helpful to have everyone register on BikeReg.com. We’re offering an option where you can input your information and thne pay whenever you race.

  The advantage to using the on-line no fee option is you won’t have to fill out an entry form. So if you think there is any chance you will race at least once at Ault Park you are encouraged to go ahead and fill out your information on-line. There is no penalty for entering on-line and never racing.



If prepaying your registration fees on-line you will not have to indicate the specific week(s) you will race.
So prepay for 3 weeks and ride any 3 of the 6 available weeks. No refunds for unused payments.


On-line registration will only be open until the Monday before the first race. After that all paperwork will have to be completed at Ault Park.

Like last year you’ll only need to fill out the registration form once. Then you will sign and pay each week.
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New for 2013
  JUNIOR entry fees $5 (40K, 20K or 16K)
• LONGER Women and Junior's race
Bonus money in the 40K for non cat 1-2's
• Men Cat 4 Masters 35+ (ONLY) allowed to ride the 40K
On-line registration at BikeReg.com
• Prepay entry for unspecified race dates


 

General Info
The original series was founded in 1985 by Andy Callahan the original owner of Oakley Cycles, and managed for nearly 20 years by Chief Referee Chuck Doll. In 2004 Bill Lorenz took over the series when Oakley Cycles dropped their involvement and it became a part of the QCW repertorie of events. 

All riders and spectators are welcome to this friendly and competitive event. Located on a slope the 1km oval course rises and descends approximately 75 feet per lap. The surface is fairly smooth with one slight corner and one speedy downhill with a couple of serious bumps, followed by an uphill sprint with the sun at your back. It is also closed to traffic and perfect for both new and experienced racers.

Dates and Times
There are 6 Wednesday nights in the series:
 May 29th
June 5th 
June 12th
June 19th 
June 26th - 
series conclusion

There are 3 races each night.

  1. 16K race goes off at 6:15PM and is 16 laps. Women and Juniors with sprints every 4 laps.

  2. 20K race goes off at 7PM and is 20 laps. Men Category 4 , Men Category 4 35+ Masters, Men Category 5, Women, Juniors and 1-Day license holders.

  3. 40K race goes off at 8PM and is 40 laps. Men Category 1-3, Men Category 4 35+ Masters (ONLY), Women and Juniors.

 

Race Format
The weekly races and overall series are run as a points race, similar to what would normally be run on a velodrome:

  • Riders sprint every 5 laps, (every 4 laps in the 16K) with the first 4 riders being awarded points 5, 3, 2, 1.
  • The middle and final sprints are worth double points – 10, 6, 4, 2.
  • The rider with the most points at the end of the night wins that night.
  • Points are cumulative over the 5 week series; the rider with the most points after 5 weeks wins the series.
  • All riders who register are awarded 2 points weekly.
  • Ties on total points go to the rider who scored points latest in the race.
  • Any riders who lap the field will receive a 20 point bonus (except the 16k).
  • The highest points earner who is NOT a Men Category 1-2 rider will win a weekly prize and series prize, but they can only score points by being in the top 4 across the line on sprint laps.
  • Points sprints are announced with a bell, primes are announced with an airhorn.

 

Registration
$15 for each race ($5 for Juniors riding the 16K). (+ $10 if you need to purchase a 1-day license)

Your first registration includes one free race number which you will keep and use for the entire 6 weeks. Replacement numbers will be available for $5.

The Ault Park Series is free if you are a current QCW member and you wear the team kit (shorts and jersey).

On-line registration is available at BikeReg.com. Race-day registration is available with NO late fees. Entry fees are non-refundable.

You may register on-line for any number of weeks without specifying which weeks you are registering for.

ALL riders are encouraged to use BikeReg to fill out their entry form. You can fill out the form without paying. Be sure and complete your "transaction" even though there is no fee.

40K riders should wait to register wait until 7:00, unless there is no line.

 

Nightly Prizes
16K and 20K – Bragging rights and primes!

40K – $50 / 3 places, plus bonus and primes.
         1st - $25
         2nd - $15
         3rd - $10
         Bonus - $10 (Highest points earner who is NOT a Men Category 1-2 rider) 
 
Series Prizes
16K – $175 / 5 places.  Plaques are also awarded / 5 places.
          1st - $75
          2nd - $50
          3rd - $25
          4th - $15
          5th - $10 
 
20K – $340 / 5 places.  Plaques are also awarded / 5 places.
          1st -$150
          2nd - $100
          3rd - $50
          4th - $25
          5th - $15 
 
40K – $510 / 5 places, plus bonus.  Plaques are also awarded / 5 places. Bonus plaque for first non 1-2 rider
         1st -$200
         2nd - $150
         3rd - $85
         4th - $50
         5th - $25
         Bonus - $25 (Highest points earner who is NOT a Men Category 1-2 rider)
 
In addition to the cash prizes and awards Montgomery Cyclery is providing primes on a weekly basis.
 
Directions and Parking
The most parking spots are on Observatory Avenue. Park as close as you can to Observatory Circle. You can also park on Heekin go past the road closed sign. There will be police officers at both intersections with Observatory Circle to block cars from entering.
 
Licenses
This is a USAC event and you MUST present a current USAC license at registration in order to race. You may purchase or renew your license online at USA Cycling. If you purchase online, you can print out a license which you can use until your official license arrives in the mail.

You may also purchase a 1-day license for $10 at race registration. This fee is in addition to the race entry fee.

ONE DAY LICENSE MAY ONLY BE USED FOR THE 20K RACE!

 
 
Additional Information
  • QCW members wearing the current team kit race for free.
  • Neutral mechanical support provided by Montgomery Cyclery.
  • Riders deemed riding in a hazardous manner may be pulled from the race at the chief referee’s discretion.
  • Riders will be issued one bib number for the entire series. event. Replacement numbers subject to a $5 surcharge.
  • Riders must race the category displayed on their license. One-day license available for 20K & 16K races only.
  • Prize list and distance subject to change based on the promoters’ discretion.
  • Riders are limited to one race per night.
  • Races held rain or shine, no refunds.
  • No lapped riders
  • No sales, solicitations, consumption of alcohol may occur in association with this event.
  • Riders use the same bib numbers for the entire 6 weeks.
  • Event flyer.
  • Contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it with additional questions.
 

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