2016 Winters Series Flyer

2016 SCHEDULE

SRC 2016 Race Schedule

SRC Southridge Co is for everyone of all ages

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logo Point system for each Series is as follows:
PLACE POINTS
1
100
2
95
3
90
4
85
5
80
6
75
7
70
8
65
9
60
10
55
11
50
12
45
13
40
14
35
15
30
16
25
17
20
18 15
19 10

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 Southridge Racing Co. is taking memberships and renewals now. SRC is going to provide a number of benefits for its club members. No you don’t need to join the club to race any of the Southridge races.

You don’t have to be or join NORBA or UCI to race. All members will be given a plate, in which they will use all season with a permanent number at all Southridge USA events.

They will be given a pair of grips and a SRC JAM T-shirt with their membership. They will receive $10.00 off, on all entries to Southridge races for the year. Custom #1 jerseys to overall winners at the SRC Overall Ceremony in Dec.

2015 MEMBERSHIP $50.00

SRC OVERALL Awards Dec 12, 2015

POINTS WILL BE AWARDED IN EACH AND EVERY CLASS

You must move up by the 2nd race in order for your points to carry over to your new class. Otherwise, if moving up mid season your points do not carry over with you.

YOU MUST RUN THE PLATE WITH S.R.C. NUMBERS.

NO STICKERS OR ALTERATIONS ARE ALLOWED ON THE NUMBER PLATES!! NO EXCEPTIONS PENATLIES WILL BE INFORCED!!

Unless otherwise noted.

 

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Winter Series 2016

Winter Series Location Dates XC SD DH
Winter Series #1 Fontana Jan. 9, 10
Winter Series #2 Fontana Jan. 23, 24
Winter Series #3 Fontana Feb. 6, 7
Winter Series #4 Fontana Feb. 20, 21
Winter Series #5 Fontana Mar 5, 6 (**)

Cal Golden State 2016

Cal State RD #1 Fontana Apr. 2, 3
Cal State RD #2 Fontana Apr. 23, 24
Cal State RD #3 Fontana May. 14, 15
Cal State Overalls

 

  25TH ANNUAL SOUTHRIDGE CHALLENGE

 

 Location       Dates    XC  SD  DH
25TH ANNUAL SOUTHRIDGE CHALLENGE  Fontana  Nov. 19, 20

                               2016 SRC Overalls

2016 SRC Overalls            XC             SD           DH

** Double Points Final

* Winter Series: Sat: XC, SD & Sun:DH

* Must do 4 out of the 5 to qualify

 

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Rules and FAQ

I’ve never ridden in one of your events. Anything special I should know before I show up?

I was wondering if any of the courses (DH/XC/Super-D) are open to riding on non-race days?

Am I going to be required to have a license to race in expert for DH?

Will the XC course be marked on Friday, and if so is there any pre-riding?

I was wondering when the sport men 30-34 cross country will start?

Will there be practice and/or shuttles for the Super D?

I was wondering if you were having RV and tent camping at the course for the weekend race?

What time does practice start on Sat, Sun?

I was wondering if my friend, who would not race, could participate in the all day practice on saturday?

So for the singlespeed category is there two laps or three? Is there only one singlespeed category this year?

Did you count the National as SRC points? Also, how far down do you award for the end of the year placings?  

How many laps are there in th XC?


I’ve never ridden in one of your events. Anything special I should know before I show up?
Helmet is needed to ride the hill during our weekend races. Body protection against falls during racing and practice. Show up early to get the info you need to race so when your group or when you are going to be coming down the hill you can be there. A wrist band is required at all times when riding on the hills during race events.
I was wondering if any of the courses (DH/XC/Super-D) are open to riding on non-race days?
Yes they are but remember there is no one around to help you if you get hurt.
Am I going to be required to have a license to race in expert for DH?
No license is required for any of our SRC races that we put on. The NORBA Nationals will require license for their races.
Will the XC course be marked on Friday, and if so is there any pre-riding?
Yes, and you can pre-ride the course.
I was wondering when the sport men 30-34 cross country will start?
We can’t tell you when that will happen since we don’t know how many people will be in front you. So it’s best to be there at the start of the race.
Will there be practice and/or shuttles for the Super D?
Yes the shuttles will be running for Super D.
I was wondering if you were having RV and tent camping at the course for the weekend race?
Officially there is suppose to be no camping at the park, but we will be there all weekend with the motor home so come by and check with us.
What time does practice start on Sat, Sun?
Sat. starts 11 to about 4. Sun. 8 to 10. Everyone on the hill that rides must sign the wavier for our protection, because we are in charge of what happens there. And everyone must wear a helmet that rides.
I was wondering if my friend, who would not race, could participate in the all day practice on saturday?
Yes they can, but they will need to sign the wavier and pay the shuttle fee.
So for the singlespeed category is there two laps or three? Is there only one singlespeed category this year? 
Singlespeeds do two laps. There is three classes for singlespeeds.
Did you count the National as SRC points? Also, how far down do you award for the end of the year placings?
Yes we used the national and we are going 5 deep in each class.
How many laps are there in th XC?
  • Pro 3
  • Expert 3
  • Sport 2
  • Beginner 1
  • Singlespeed 2
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2015 Tech Fees

Tech/Expo SUPPORT INFORMATION 2015
Event promoted by Southridge USA

REQUIRED PAPERWORK & PAYMENT
Complete registration form and include payment. Provide Southridge USA with proof of $1,000,000 liability insurance.

REMINDERS!
Tech space is assigned on a first come first served basis.
No motorized vehicles (mini bikes or pit bikes) will be allowed to operate between the hours of 7:30am – 6:00pm. Motorized vehicles may be used for transport from condo to tech support vehicle only.
All tech vehicles must be washed prior to placement and parking.
A central bike wash will be provided but the washing of bikes is prohibited in the Tech Area.

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