Terrapin Southeastern Endurance Cup 6/3 Hour Mountain Bike Series Presented by Maxxis

 

Rules & Regulations

The 6 hour Mountain Bike Race will start at 10:15 a.m. Your bike should be positioned at the starting line no later than 10:05 a.m.

 

Mass start: The 6 hour mountain bike race will be a mass start of all race categories at one time. As you finish each lap and approach the pit area you may stop in your pit area. Once each racer approaches the timing/finish area:

 

1. Each racer must have the number plate mounted and visible on the front of the bike.

 

2. Once you cross through the timing area you may continue back out on the course or teams may exchange the timing chip within the designated transition area. (all chips must be exchanged within the transition area, failure to do so may result in DQ)

 

If a team mate has a mechanical out on the course you have a couple of options:

 

1. Fix your mechanical as quickly as you can and get riding again. You don't have to be self-supportive in this race. If another rider comes along and they have a tool or knowledge to help, you may do so.

 

2. If a rider that has a mechanical or has a wreck preventing them from finishing the lap , the rider must radio or call into their team to send another team member on course to start a new lap. The new rider must check in at the timing tent before entering on course. Once a racer radios or calls in and reports to CANCEL the lap it is CANCELLED.

 

Racers may ride as many laps consecutively as they wish. Each racer must ride a minimum of 1 lap during the 6 hour period. All laps must be completed by 4:15 p.m. or they will NOT count The 6 hour race winners will be the ones that have tallied the most laps at the end of the 6 hours in the fastest time.

 

6 Hour Point Series Rules/Information

Chain Buster Productions is using a point system to reward the top 2015 series finishers in each category. The Chain Buster Endurance Points Series will be tracked/recorded by our staff throughout the 2015 calendar at each race. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series. All 6 hour racers (team or solo) must race a minimum 4 out of 6 race events.

 

Going into 2015 we are working to make the series points simple to keep up with for both the racers and Chain Buster Productions. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series you must race in at least 4 of 6 races in the same discipline/category/teams--must consist of the same people no alternates. At the end of the series if you have raced a minimum of 4 out of 6 races to qualify for the series we will then take your best 4 scored races for your total. If there is a tie at the end of the series in any category we will determine winner by most over all laps completed in the series- if there is still a tie we will determine winner by most laps completed at the series finale. If there is still a tie then fastest overall time at the series finale.

 

Bonus Points: Each person that registers and completes a minimum of 1 lap in ALL available races for a series will receive 5 bonus points that will go towards the final series points. Bonus points will be awarded at the series finale of each series and added to the racers total points.

 

If there is a race cancellation within a series, the races must register and compete in the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap to receive his/her series bonus points.

 

Unless otherwise posted, races will be held according to schedule. The safety of all racers is our main priority.

 

If the race is canceled due to inclement weather, the points for that race will be made up at the series finale. If you were registered for a race that was canceled due to inclement weather, you must register for the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap in the series finale to receive points for the canceled race. The points for the series finale will be awarded using our regular points scoring system. We will then take your score from the series finale and double it to account for the canceled race.

 

All race t-shirts for the canceled race will be handed out at registration for the series finale. Race cancellation will be posted on the home page ofwww.chainbusterracing.com beginning up to 72 hours prior to the event until 8 pm the Friday before the race.

 

6 Hour Race Points System

Place-Points

1-20

2-19

3-18

4-17

5-16

6-15

7 14

8-13

9-12

10-11

11-10

12-9

13-8

14-7

15-6

16-5

17-4

18-3

19-2

20-1

21 PLACE AND UP-1 POINT PER PLACE

 

Rules & Regulations

The 3 hour Mountain Bike Race will start at 10:00 a.m. Your bike should be positioned at the starting line no later than 9:45 a.m.

 

Mass start: The 3 hour mountain bike race will be a mass start of all race categories at one time. As you finish each lap and approach the pit area you may stop in your pit area. Once each racer approaches the timing/finish area:

 

1. Each racer must have the number plate mounted and visible on the front of the bike.

 

2. Once you cross through the timing area you may continue back out on the course or teams may exchange the timing chip within the designated transition area. (all chips must be exchanged within the transition area, failure to do so may result in DQ)

 

If a team mate has a mechanical out on the course you have a couple of options:

 

1. Fix your mechanical as quickly as you can and get riding again. You don't have to be self-supportive in this race. If another rider comes along and they have a tool or knowledge to help, you may do so.

 

2. If a rider that has a mechanical or has a wreck preventing them from finishing the lap , the rider must radio or call into their team to send another team member on course to start a new lap. The new rider must check in at the timing tent before entering on course. Once a racer radios or calls in and reports to CANCEL the lap it is CANCELLED.

 

Racers may ride as many laps consecutively as they wish. Each racer must ride a minimum of 1 lap during the 3 hour period. All laps must be completed by 1:00 p.m. or they will NOT count The 3 hour race winners will be the ones that have tallied the most laps at the end of the 3 hours in the fastest time.

 

 

 

3 Hour Point Series Rules/Information

Chain Buster Productions is using a point system to reward the top 2015 series finishers in each category. The Chain Buster Endurance Points Series will be tracked/recorded by our staff throughout the 2015 calendar at each race. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series, all 3 hour racers (team or solo) must race a minimum 4 out of 6 race events.

 

Each person that registers and completes a minimum of 1 lap in ALL available races for a series will receive 5 bonus points that will go towards the final series points. Bonus points will be awarded at the series finale of each series and added to the racers total points.

 

If there is a race cancellation within a series, the races must register and compete in the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap to receive his/her series bonus points.

 

Unless otherwise posted, races will be held according to schedule. The safety of all racers is our main priority.

 

If the race is canceled due to inclement weather, the points for that race will be made up at the series finale. If you were registered for a race that was canceled due to inclement weather, you must register for the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap in the series finale to receive points for the canceled race. The points for the series finale will be awarded using our regular points scoring system. We will then take your score from the series finale and double it to account for the canceled race.

 

All race t-shirts for the canceled race will be handed out at registration for the series finale. Race cancellation will be posted on the home page ofwww.chainbusterracing.com beginning up to 72 hours prior to the event until 8 pm the Friday before the race.

 

Going into 2015 we are working to make the series points simple to keep up with for both the racers and Chain Buster Productions. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series you must race in at least 4 of 6 races in the same discipline/category/teams--must consist of the same people no alternates. At the end of the series if you have raced a minimum of 4 out of 6 races to qualify for the series we will then take your best 4 scored races for your total. If there is a tie at the end of the series in any category we will determine winner by most over all laps completed in the series- if there is still a tie we will determine winner by most laps completed at the series finale. If there is still a tie then fastest overall time at the series finale.

 

 

3 Hour Race Points System

Place-Points

1-20

2-19

3-18

4-17

5-16

6-15

7 14

8-13

9-12

10-11

11-10

12-9

13-8

14-7

15-6

16-5

17-4

18-3

19-2

20-1

21 PLACE AND UP-1 POINT PER PLACE

 

 

The Dark Nite 12 Hour Mountain Bike Series presented by Nite Rider

 

Rules & Regulations

The 12 hour Mountain Bike Race will start at 9:00pm. Your bike should be positioned at the starting line no later than 8:45 pm.

 

Mass start: The 12 hour mountain bike race will be a mass start of all race categories at one time. As you finish each lap and approach the pit area you may stop in your pit area. Once each racer approaches the timing/finish area:

 

1. Each racer must have the number plate mounted and visible on the front of the bike.

 

2. Once you cross through the timing area you may get back on the bike and continue back out on the course or teams may exchange the timing chip within the designated transition area. (all chips must be exchanged within the transition area, failure to do so may result in DQ)

 

If a teammate has a mechanical out on the course you have a couple of options:

 

1. Fix your mechanical as quickly as you can and get riding again. You don't have to be self-supportive in this race. If another rider comes along and they have a tool or knowledge to help, you may do so.

 

2. If a rider that has a mechanical or has a wreck preventing them from finishing the lap , the rider must radio or call into their team to send another team member on course to start a new lap. The new rider must check in at the timing tent before entering on course. Once a racer radios or calls in and reports to CANCEL the lap it is CANCELLED.

 

Racers may ride as many laps consecutively as they wish. Each racer must ride a minimum of 1 lap during the 12 hour period. All laps must be completed by 9:00am. or they will NOT count The 12 hour race winners will be the ones that have tallied the most laps at the end of the 12 hours in the fastest time.

 

12 Hour Point Series Rules/Information

Chain Buster Productions is using a point system to reward the top 2015 series finishers in each category. The Chain Buster Endurance Points Series will be tracked/recorded by our staff throughout the 2015 calendar at each race. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series; All 12 hour racers team or solo must race a minimum 2 out of 3 race events.

 

Going into 2015 we are working to make the series points simple to keep up with for both the racers and Chain Buster Productions. In order to qualify for the Championship Points Series you must race in at least 2 of 3 races in the same discipline/category/teams--must consist of the same people no alternates. At the end of the series if you have raced a minimum of 2 out of 3 races to qualify for the series we will then take your best 2 scored races for your total. If there is a tie at the end of the series in any category we will determine winner by most over all laps completed in the series- if there is still a tie we will determine winner by most laps completed at the series finale. If there is still a tie then fastest overall time at the series finale.

 

Each person that registers and completes a minimum of 1 lap in ALL available races for a series will receive 5 bonus points that will go towards the final series points. Bonus points will be awarded at the series finale of each series and added to the racers total points.

 

If there is a race cancellation within a series, the races must register and compete in the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap to receive his/her series bonus points.

 

Unless otherwise posted, races will be held according to schedule. The safety of all racers is our main priority.

 

If the race is canceled due to inclement weather, the points for that race will be made up at the series finale. If you were registered for a race that was canceled due to inclement weather, you must register for the series finale and complete a minimum of 1 lap in the series finale to receive points for the canceled race. The points for the series finale will be awarded using our regular points scoring system. We will then take your score from the series finale and double it to account for the canceled race.

 

All race t-shirts for the canceled race will be handed out at registration for the series finale. Race cancellation will be posted on the home page ofwww.chainbusterracing.com beginning up to 72 hours prior to the event until 8 pm the Friday before the race.

 

12 Hour Race Points System

Place-Points

1-40

2-39

3-38

4-37

5-36

6-35

7-34

8-33

9-32

10-31

11-30

12-29

13-28

14-27

15-26

16-25

17-24

18-23

19-22

20-21

21 PLACE AND UP-20 POINTS PER PLACE

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