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SouthgateSouthgate Posts: 246
edited April 2014 in Amateur race
Quick question: I am doing a (British Cycling) Masters Race at Hillingdon in a couple of weeks. It's open to cats 1,2,3,4 and it's a Regional Masters C+. Is the points allocation therefore 10 points for the win, down to 1 point for 10th place, just like a normal BC any-age race? And in a mixed Cat race, do the different Cats score separately?

Thanks for your time
Superstition begins with pinning race number 13 upside down and it ends with the brutal slaughter of Mamils at the cake stop.

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  • imposter2.0imposter2.0 Posts: 11,003
    nope - the points will go to whoever is in the top 10.
  • marykamaryka Posts: 745
    In Masters C/D races run concurrently with E/F races, points go to the top 10 in each group. So two sets of points on offer -- one for C/D racers (40-49 years old), one for E/F racers (50+ years old).

    I believe Hillingdon falls into this category, at least it did last year -- these are the Wed evening races, right?

    See here for an example, https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/event ... t-Series-1
  • SouthgateSouthgate Posts: 246
    Yes, it's the Wednesday evening series. Thank you for your replies, appreciated.
    Superstition begins with pinning race number 13 upside down and it ends with the brutal slaughter of Mamils at the cake stop.
  • PatronPatron Posts: 6
    Are Masters points separate from "normal" BC points?
  • marykamaryka Posts: 745
    Patron wrote:
    Are Masters points separate from "normal" BC points?
    No, they are regular BC points. This is the dirty little secret of Masters races... you can finish 11th and still get 10 points. :lol:
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