Race Details:

NRDW New Italy Series XCO

March 25th is round 1 XCO racing is in the tradition of the Olympic format. Riders compete around multiple laps of a 5km course, racing for up to 90 minutes. Each race will consist of more then one category and complete a set number of laps within a time limit. There will be a cut off time to commencing the last lap for each race category. Although it might sound tough, there is a category for everyone to participate, to match both skill and fitness.

NRDW will have the BBQ running all day with great food and drinks available.

Registration cost Adults $30 Juniors $20. Under 13 and below $15.

The race is a categorised mass start followed by a set number of laps around a 5km course. The first rider across the finish line after completing the set number of laps is declared the winner.

Timetable Of Events.

6:00 am Course open for practice

8:30 course closed no practice laps to commence on the course.

7:30 to 8:45 Late registrations.

7:30 Sign on opens and will remain open until 11:30

Race 1

8:45 Under 13, Under 11 and Under 9 male and female report to start line for riders brief. Race Duration 30 minutes

Race 2

9:25 Following riders report to start line for riders brief: Race duration 60 minutes

Under 17 male/female,

Under 15 male/female,

Race 3

10:45 Following riders report to the start line for riders brief. Race Duration 90 minutes

Under 40 Male / Female

Over 40 Male / Female

Over 50 Male / Female.
EBike Open Male / Female.

Race 4

12:30 Following riders report to start line for riders brief: race duration 90 minutes.

Under 19 Male / Female

Elite Male / Female


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