Photo – Aydin Odyakmaz
RMCC and Bicisport have teamed up again in 2018 to host two days of racing in Canmore under RMCC’s banner cyclocross event – the Drie Zussen Superprestige CX which is the 2018 Provincial Championships. This course is an exceptional opportunity for friends, family & fans, to check-out CX or try your first CX race; likely to create a lasting addiction.
DRIE ZUSSEN SUPERPRESTIGE CX COURSE: https://www.strava.com/activities/396806063/segments/9512015463
Located at the scenic Three Sisters Disc Golf Course, just east of Canmore at the intersection of Riva Heights & Three Sisters Blvd, the ~2.5 km course is rolling, smooth and fast with ~45 m elevation gain per lap and plenty of twists, turns and banked corners.
REGISTRATION: ZONE4.ca (PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY) https://zone4.ca/register.asp?id=18778Online registration closes 11:59pm, September 13th 2018. Unless the race is cancelled, NO REFUNDS.RACE ENTRY FEES:
$40: ADULT for one day before Sept. 10th (ABA/UCI licensed) after Sept. 10th $45 per race (ABA/UCI licensed)
$25: YOUTH (ABA/UCI licensed, U17 or younger)
SINGLE EVENT LICENSE (SEL): $10
To satiate your Cyclocross curiosity and encourage participants, $10 ABA Single Event Licenses may be purchased online. SEL racers are restricted to racing Novice Men or Sport Women categories.
They may race on Mountain Bikes.
RACE CATEGORIES & EVENT SCHEDULE (NOTE the differences between day 1 and day 2):
Single Event License racers may ONLY compete in the Novice Men and Women Sport Race(s)
Licensed Racer Conversions: Riders new to Cyclo-cross are able to downgrade from their respective Road/MTB license to one CX Category Lower. For Example:
- Cat 3 Road/MTB Expert > Sport CX
- Cat 1/2 Road/MTB Elite > Expert Men
Regardless of categories, the field limit for each event is 60 racers
Note regarding Provincial Championship categories: As per UCI and Cycling Canada category changes, Masters’ categories have changed for the 2018/19 cyclo-cross season. In all cases, a rider’s category is determined by his/her age as of December 31st, 2019.
Call-Up Staging = 10 minutes prior to start time, tire width may be measured during Call-Up in all Provincial Championship categories, as well as Sport Men, Expert Men, Open Women, and
Open Men. Please be on time if you want your start spot.