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January 2016 - Burnaby Velodrome Club

Barebones number 2 February 19th-21st

January 22, 2016 | By | No Comments

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Save the date. February 19th-21st we are running our highly anticipated Bare Bones #2 for the season. We will be running something for everyone. Sprint tournament, Keirin, Italian Pursuit, 1st and last elimination, and mass start races for days! Just good old fashioned bike racing. We will also have delicious fresh cooked waffles being served up during the weekend.

Prizes

Prizing will be awarded the same as our November barebones event. We will be awarding by draw. Each race you enter gets your name in the draw. Each race you finish in the top 3 your name will also be added to the draw. Everyone has a chance to win some come on out!

Registration info

To register you must pay at the facility. If you preregister for the event before Sunday February 14th entry will be $55 dollars for the 3 days of racing or $35 dollars if you are a current race pass holder. If you register day of it will be $65 dollars and will be $45 dollars if you are a race pass holder. Register early and save! For US riders take advantage of your strong dollar and get your track on.

Racing will have A, B, and C categories but if we have enough riders for separate fields we will do it. Example if we have 5 or more juniors, 5 or more women cat 1,2 or cat 3,4, and 5 or more for novice racing on Saturday and Sunday.

Note Friday night racing will have A, B, C, and novice racing as usual and if we get enough riders to field other categories they will run at the race organizers discretion.

Host Housing

Out of town riders looking for host housing please contact Krista Ruby at- krista.ruby@hotmail.com.

Racing Schedule

Friday

Scratch/split points race

2 Lap Chariot races

Belgian win and out

Italian Pursuit (5 rider) must contain at least 1woman 1 junior

Snowball

Saturday

200m TT (8 qual)

1st round sprints 1 ride

Miss and out

Semi final Sprint 1 ride

1Km Handicap/wheel race (qualifying heat pending entries)

Unknown Points race

Break

Cops and Robbers- Presented by Fort Cyclery

Team Sprint

Point a lap

Sprint minor 1st ride

Sprint final 1st ride

scratch race

Sprint 5-8

Sprint minor 2nd ride

Sprint final 2nd ride

Snowball

Sprint minor 3rd if nec.

Sprint final 3rd  if nec.

1st and last elimination

Sunday

Keirin qualifying

Unknown distance points race

Keirin semi

Marymoor crawl

Derny race (elite rider as derny with woman/junior/b or c racer) Teams to be approved by organizer

This schedule is subject to change,

Staff T-Shirts!

January 21, 2016 | By | No Comments

Our T-Shirts and hoodies are ready for the BVC staff, special thanks to Roni Jones for sourcing them out, and the House of Chain for their sponsorship.

January 13th Sprint Tournament Results

January 14, 2016 | By | No Comments

200 Meter Qualifying

  • 1st John Wilcox 11.35
  • 2nd Gaelen Kehler 11.96
  • 3rd Riley Pickrell 11.99
  • 4th Kelyn Akuna 12.12
  • 5th Rob Gooch 12.41
  • 6th Marc Campbell 12.75
  • 7th Kane Tchir 13.07
  • 8th Jeff Kemp 13.31
  • 9th Kevin Hay 13.35
  • 10th Erin Attwell 13.54
  • 11th Michael Munro 13.75
  • 12th Robert Freeman 13.83
  • 12th Derek Ulrich 13.83
  • 13th Andrew Lepper 13.84
  • 14th Lachland Hotchkiss 15.2
  • 15th Jennifer Killam 15.39
  • 16th George Muenz 15.57

Last night we had our monthly tournament. Board member Derek Ulrich went undefeated in his bracket all night showing some great tactics and speed. Kane Tchir also went undefeated in his bracket but narrowly took the first round over Marc Campbell. A close battle between Jennifer Killam, George Muenz, and Lachland Hotchkiss fought it out through the night. Jennifer Killam took the most wins in their bracket. The heavy hitters was contested by Kelyn Akuna, Gaelen Kehler, Rob Gooch, and the youngsters Riley Pickrell and John Willcox. John Willcox went undefeated all night in some very close battles.

We want to thank everyone for coming out and participating in our event. We also want to thank our amazing volunteers for helping out all night. Thank you to Luis Bernhardt for being our commissaire all night. Jeff Ain, Mark Mathew, Kirk Mcdowall, and eveyone who helped make this happen. Next month we will be running a time trial event. Please check the facebook page here for more events www.facebook.com/Burnaby-Velodrome-Club-261200023923786/

Monday/Wednesday workouts updated

January 11, 2016 | By | No Comments

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Monday Jan 11th

Whistle drill/ bell drill- This is an individual workout. Riders will ride on their own on the blue line. When they hear a bell or whistle they are expected to get out of the saddle and accelerate while still on the blue line. The rider must shoulder check and only once it is clear they are allowed to drop into the sprinters lane. The effort goes until the riders hear the bell or whistle again. Once the bell or whistle has been rung for the 2nd time all riders will return to the blue line when it is safe to do so. For the safety of our riders the groups will be limited in size at the coach’s discretion.

gear- 88-90

Key Points

-First 5 seconds are out of the saddle

-Shoulder check before dropping down

-If a rider is below you do not drop down ontop of them

-If a rider is above you do not swing into them

January 13th- Sprint tournament

Monday January 18th

Team pursuit 2km efforts

This is a team workout. Riders will be paired up with similar speed and ability level riders. The number of riders in a group and groups on the track will be decided by the coach for safety. The purpose of the effort is to work on exchanges while at speed. This is a no drop effort but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. A great quote for this one is “some times you need to go slow to go fast”- Jeremy Storie; for those who have seen team pursuit teams come apart you will understand why.

Gear- 86-88 inches

Key points

-Riders will be riding on the blue line in their groups

-Pull lengths or number of laps on the front will be decided with the riders and coach of the session before getting on the track

-Efforts will be 2km in length or 10 laps on Burnaby

-Total number of efforts during the session will be 5

Wednesday January 20th

Advanced and Intermediate sessions will  be running start gate practice. Efforts will emphasize the start. 50m, 50m, 75m, 100m efforts will be included in one set. We aim for 2 sets. A proper standing start should look like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1AfJSrh1ME. Tempo will be allowed above the blue line during the advanced workout only.

Tempo workout will include 2×20 minute efforts in 86-90 inch gears.

Monday January 25th

Flying 500m efforts in pairs alternating who leads

Each pair will do 5 flying 500m efforts total. Rider one will lead out 3 times and rider 2 will lead out 2 times. The pair will be up on the track rolling at the railing. They will build up speed over 2 laps and drop in by the pursuit line. The lead rider should be doing the 500m effort as hard as they can and the second rider should sit on. The leader of each effort should be trying to drop the second rider. The second rider is not to pass the lead rider they should just sit on. 10 minutes recovery between each effort.

Gear-unlimited but pairs should be running close to the same gear

Key points

-2 laps on the rail to build up speed

-effort is 500m or 2.5 laps of burnaby total

-first rider should try and drop the second rider during the effort

-second rider is just to sit on

-10 minutes recovery between each effort

-swapping teams on the track must be done quickly and safely or all riders to finish all 5 efforts

Wednesday January 27th

Advanced workout- team pursuit chase efforts

This is a team workout. Riders will be paired up with similar speed and ability level riders. The number of riders in a group and groups on the track will be decided by the coach for safety. The purpose of the effort is to work on exchanges while at speed. This is a no drop effort but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. A great quote for this one is “some times you need to go slow to go fast”- Jeremy Storie; for those who have seen team pursuit teams come apart you will understand why.

Gear- 90-92 inches

Key points

-Riders will be riding on the blue line in their groups

-Pull lengths or number of laps on the front will be decided with the riders and coach of the session before getting on the track

-Efforts will be 2 minutes or until a group is caught in length

-Total number of efforts during the session will be 3-5

Intermediate workout-Take a lap workout. Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/whistle signalling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 86-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

Monday February 1st

Pyramid drill

Riders will be on the track at either the sprinters lane or blue line. This is an individual drill. Please do these at your appropriate percentage to get the most benefit from the workout.

60% of maximum

one min recovery

70% of maximum

one min recovery

80% of maximum

one min recovery

90% of maximum

one min recovery

100% of maximum

one min recovery

90% of maximum

one min recovery

80% of maximum

one min recover

70% of maximum

one min recovery

60% of maximum

Set one complete

Gear 86-90 gear inches

Key Points

-ride at your percentage not someone else’s

-start out easier than you think this gets very difficult at the top of the pyramid

-say stick or stay as you pass other riders

-shoulder check every time you move up or down the track

Wednesday February 3rd

Advanced workout-Whistle drill/ bell drill- This is an individual workout. Riders will ride on their own on the blue line. When they hear a bell or whistle they are expected to get out of the saddle and accelerate while still on the blue line. The rider must shoulder check and only once it is clear they are allowed to drop into the sprinters lane. The effort goes until the riders hear the bell or whistle again. Once the bell or whistle has been rung for the 2nd time all riders will return to the blue line when it is safe to do so. For the safety of our riders the groups will be limited in size at the coach’s discretion.

gear- 88-90

Key Points

-First 5 seconds are out of the saddle

-Shoulder check before dropping down

-If a rider is below you do not drop down ontop of them

-If a rider is above you do not swing into them

Intermediate workout- Keirin practice with defined roles. This will be gear restricted and the motor bike will pull off at 4kph. *note if the motor bike is not fixed a strong rider can be used as a sub or the coach can change the workout. Each individual will draw a tactic from the hat and a start position. RIders must not pass the bike until it has pulled off. The purpose of this workout is to allow riders to gain experience in a low pressure atmosphere.

Gear 86 inches

Key points

-safety is number 1 do not shoot a gap that is not there

-you cannot pass the motor bike until it pulls off

-do not follow the motor bike off the track

-stay relaxed while putting in effort

-try the tactics on your card. This way you learn what is best for you

Monday February 8th Closed for holiday

Wednesday February 10th- Time trials

Monday February 15th 

Rolling in team sprint efforts

Teams will be made up of 3 riders. Each team will do 3 laps total. The first rider will lead the group in from the blue line and accelerate as hard as they can while seated for one lap. Once they have completed the lap they will pull up between the 2 cones laid out by the coach. The 2 remaining riders will soldier on. The second rider will be going as hard as they can while the third rider sits in the draft. Once second rider completes the second lap they will pull up again between the 2 cones. The third rider will finish the final lap. We will do 2 sets total. The first set each rider will lead once (3 efforts). 10 minutes recovery between sets and each effort. The second set will be the same with each rider leading once.

Gear 90-94 inches

Wednesday February 17th

Advanced workout-Tempo with sprints off the group

One rider will be riding tempo (38kph) on the blue line. The coach will ring the bell for the rider behind the leader (2nd in the line) to signal the start of their effort. The rider must shoulder accelerate and shoulder check before dropping into the sprinters lane. Efforts will be 200-400m in effort and the coach will inform each rider of the distance they will be doing before the workout starts. Once the 200-400m effort is complete the rider is to shoulder check and if it is clear move up to the rail to wait for the group. Once the group rolls by they join the back of the group and recover in the pace line. 2 sets of 12 minutes on the track with 15 minutes recovery.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead rider will never sprint they are in charge of riding tempo

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be 200-400m in length

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

Intermediate workout-Take a lap workout. Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/whistle signalling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 88-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

Monday February 22nd

Tempo with sprints off the group

One rider will be riding tempo (38kph) on the blue line. The coach will ring the bell for the rider behind the leader (2nd in the line) to signal the start of their effort. The rider must shoulder accelerate and shoulder check before dropping into the sprinters lane. Efforts will be 200-400m in effort and the coach will inform each rider of the distance they will be doing before the workout starts. Once the 200-400m effort is complete the rider is to shoulder check and if it is clear move up to the rail to wait for the group. Once the group rolls by they join the back of the group and recover in the pace line. 2 sets of 8 minutes on the track with 10 minutes recovery.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead rider will never sprint they are in charge of riding tempo

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be 200-400m in length

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

Wednesday February 24th

Advanced workout and intermediate workout

Flying 500m efforts in pairs alternating who leads

Each pair will do 5 flying 500m efforts total. Rider one will lead out 3 times and rider 2 will lead out 2 times. The pair will be up on the track rolling at the railing. They will build up speed over 2 laps and drop in by the pursuit line. The lead rider should be doing the 500m effort as hard as they can and the second rider should sit on. The leader of each effort should be trying to drop the second rider. The second rider is not to pass the lead rider they should just sit on. 10 minutes recovery between each effort.

Gear-unlimited but pairs should be running close to the same gear

Key points

-2 laps on the rail to build up speed

-effort is 500m or 2.5 laps of burnaby total

-first rider should try and drop the second rider during the effort

-second rider is just to sit on

-10 minutes recovery between each effort

-swapping teams on the track must be done quickly and safely or all riders to finish all 5 efforts

Monday February 29th

Take a lap workout. Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/whistle signalling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 88-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

Wednesday March 2nd

Rolling in team sprint efforts

Teams will be made up of 3 riders. Each team will do 3 laps total. The first rider will lead the group in from the blue line and accelerate as hard as they can while seated for one lap. Once they have completed the lap they will pull up between the 2 cones laid out by the coach. The 2 remaining riders will soldier on. The second rider will be going as hard as they can while the third rider sits in the draft. Once second rider completes the second lap they will pull up again between the 2 cones. The third rider will finish the final lap. We will do 2 sets total. The first set each rider will lead once (3 efforts). 10 minutes recovery between sets and each effort. The second set will be the same with each rider leading once.

Gear 90-94 inches

Key points

-rolling in from the blue line

-In the saddle acceleration

-riders must pull up in the designated zone

-riders must not overlap wheels

Monday March 7th

Flying 200m efforts

To prepare for the sprint tournament we will review the proper line for a flying 200m on Burnaby. Each rider will do 3 flying 200m efforts with review from a coach. For those who are not racing the tournament or who are not worried about tired legs the workout will conclude with 1×12 minutes of take a lap.

Gear- first effort on warm up gear 84 inches. Second and third efforts try larger gears to see which works best for you.

Key Points

– Efforts are about quality not quantity

– Line choice is very important so please take note

– Take full recovery (10 minutes between sprints)

– Use your time between wisely for gear changes

Wednesday March 9th Sprint tournament

Monday March 14th

Team pursuit 2km efforts

This is a team workout. Riders will be paired up with similar speed and ability level riders. The number of riders in a group and groups on the track will be decided by the coach for safety. The purpose of the effort is to work on exchanges while at speed. This is a no drop effort but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. A great quote for this one is “some times you need to go slow to go fast”- Jeremy Storie; for those who have seen team pursuit teams come apart you will understand why.

Gear- 86-88 inches

Key points

-Riders will be riding on the blue line in their groups

-Pull lengths or number of laps on the front will be decided with the riders and coach of the session before getting on the track

-Efforts will be 2km in length or 10 laps on Burnaby

-Total number of efforts during the session will be 5

Wednesday March 16th

Tempo with sprints off the group

One rider will be riding tempo (38kph) on the blue line. The coach will ring the bell for the rider behind the leader (2nd in the line) to signal the start of their effort. The rider must shoulder accelerate and shoulder check before dropping into the sprinters lane. Efforts will be 200-400m in effort and the coach will inform each rider of the distance they will be doing before the workout starts. Once the 200-400m effort is complete the rider is to shoulder check and if it is clear move up to the rail to wait for the group. Once the group rolls by they join the back of the group and recover in the pace line. 2 sets of 8 minutes on the track with 10 minutes recovery.

Key points

-the group will ride the blue line as a pace line

-lead rider will never sprint they are in charge of riding tempo

-second rider will shoulder check and accelerate into the sprinters lane when it is safe to do so

-effort will be 200-400m in length

-say stick or stay when passing riders

-ALWAYS shoulder check before moving any direction

-get back into the group safely

Monday March 21st *final Monday night

Take a lap workout. Take a lap consists of one group riding on the blue line. The lead rider will listen for the whistle or bell. The coach will ring/whistle signalling they are to start their effort. The rider must shoulder check before proceeding forward. If it is clear below the rider they are to get out of the saddle and pedal hard as they enter the sprinters lane. Riders must keep their head up at all times. Once the rider reaches the back of the other group they will be required to shoulder check and if it is clear get back on the back of the group.

Gear- 88-90 inch gear

Key Points

-Pace in the pace line is 34kph

-Shoulder check each time a rider moves up and down the track

-accelerate as soon as the bell has been rung or whistle blown

– While taking the lap the effort is a sprint

Winter Friday Night Racing Schedule

January 4, 2016 | By | No Comments

Hi Everyone,

Hope you all have had a great holiday season. Our Friday night winter series is approaching quickly so here is the schedule. Note some changes may be made by our staff day of for safety concerns, size of fields, etc.

Congratulations to all our fall series winners who are taking home Jakroo series winners jerseys. Over the next 8 weeks we will crown a winter champion. Will it be you?

C Womens series winner – Jennifer Killam

C series winner – Tyler Davies

B Womens series winner- Maggie Coles-Lyster

B series winner- Jay Delaney

A Womens series winner- Steph Roorda

A series winner- Cam Fitzmaurice

New race info

-First to fifteen win and out- a points race where the first rider to win 15 points is the winner and must leave the track. The 2nd person is 2nd, 3rd is 3rd. If two riders are tied the finish position of the final sprint will decide the winner.

The Win and In race is a 15 lap race. There are 5 springs held every 3 laps. The winner of each sprint will qualify for the final. Once the five sprints are completed we have our final riders. The rest of the field that has not qualified will leave the track safely. Qualifiers will get 3 laps to go once the non qualifiers are off the track. Riders who win more than one sprint limit the number of riders in the final. Ie if one rider wins 2 sprints but 3 others win the other sprints we will have 4 riders in the final.

-The split scratch will be a combination of a points race and a scratch race. There will be a mid-race sprint that will score points 4 places deep, 5,3,2,1. There will then be a final sprint which will score points 6 places deep, 9,7,5,3,2,1. Highest total points scored wins the race. Scratch race rules apply for laps gained/lost, tie-break is the results of the final sprint.

Notes for racers

-You must hold a current 2016 Cycling BC citizens race license or UCI license if you are from outside of the province of British Columbia. A general citizens license will not be accepted

-All riders must have signed the 2016 waiver on site

-To the win sprint overall you must compete in 4 of the 8 races nights

Race Schedule

January 8th night one of Friday night racing

-Novice- 15 lap scratch no attack

-Sprint + 5 min open track

-Novice- 3×5 Points race no attack

-C- 30 lap scratch

-B- 40 lap scratch

-A- 45 lap scratch

Sprint- rd2

Novice- Elimination to 5 lap scratch

-C- 25 lap tempo

-B- 40 lap tempo

-A  45 lap tempo

-C-unknown distance

-B-unknown distance

-A-unknown distance

5 minute rest/set up for 1st and last elimination

-1st and last elimination A +B+C

 

January 13th sprint tournament * Not part of the Friday night series

Flying 200 for qualifying

Rounds against closest times

 

January 15th Night two

-Novice- 20 lap Scratch race

-Sprint + 5 min open track- Chariot races first heat

-Novice- Chariot first heats

-C 30 lap Snowball

-B 40 lap Snowball

-A 45 lap Snowball

Sprint- Chariot races final

Novice- Chariot final

-C 3×10 points race

-B 4×10 points race

-A 4×10 points race

-C- 25 laps to Belgian win and out

-B- 30 laps to Belgian win and out

-A 10 laps to Belgian win and out

10 minutes set up/rest for A riders

A+B Madison exhibition only 3×20

 

January 22nd Night three

-Novice No attack split scratch/points race 2×10

-Sprint + 5 min open track rd1

-Novice- Elimination

-C 30 lap point a lap

-B 40 lap point a lap

-A 40 lap point a lap

Sprint- rd 2

Novice- Unknown distance

-C Antioquena

-B Antioquena

-A Antioquena

-Sprint final *if needed*

-C First to fifteen win and out/points race

-B First to fifteen win and out/points race

-A First to fifteen win and out/points race

 

January 29th Night four

-Novice- 20 lap no attack scratch race

-Sprint Chariot heat 1

-Novice- Elimination to 5 lap scratch- races goes down to 5 riders

-C 35 lap scratch race

-B 45 lap scratch race

-A 45 lap scratch race

Sprint- Chariot final or heat 2 if needed

Novice- 4×5 No attack points race

-C Unknown points race

-B Unknown Points race

-A Unknown Points race

-C  elimination

-B  elimination

-A  elimination

10 minutes rest/set up for madison

-A+B Madison- Exhibition only

 

February 5th Night five

-Novice 5 lap scratch to elimination

-Sprint rd1 + 5 min open track

-Novice Win and out

-C 2×20 Points race

-B 3×20 Points race

-A 4×20 Points race

Sprint rd2

Novice- 5×5 Points race

-C 25 laps to win and out

-B 40 laps to win and out

-A 40 laps to win and out

-C 30 lap snowball

-B 40 lap snowball

-A 40 lap snowball

 

February 10th Wednesday night time trials *categories will be run in the order below *Must race your category distance ie elite men ride a 1km time trial, Elite women ride a 500m time trial *Note does not count towards Friday night racing

Flying 200m

Standing 500m

Standing 1km

Standing 2km

Standing 3km

Standing 4km

Team sprint

Team Pursuit

 

February 12th Night six

-Novice – Unknown distance

-Sprint -chariot heat 1+ 5 min open track

-Novice 4×5 no attack points race

-C 15 lap scratch to elimination

-B 20 lap scratch to elimination

-A 20 lap scratch to elimination

Sprint- chariot heat 2/final

Novice- Elimination

-C win and in

-B win and in

-A- win and in

Sprint- chariot final *if needed*

-C- Unknown Distance

-B Unknown Distance

-A Unknown Distance

-10 minutes rest/ set up for madison

A+B Madison- Exhibition only

 

February 19th Night seven Part of Bare bones rd 2 *will be released with Bare bones #2 schedule

-Novice

-Sprint + 5 min open track

-Novice

-C

-B

-A

Sprint

Novice

-C

-B

-A

-C

-B

-A

 

February 26th- Night eight Friday final

-Novice -No attack split points/scratch 2×10

-Sprint + 5 min open track- Keirin

-Novice- Unknown distance

-C 40 lap scratch

-B 50 lap scratch

-A 65 lap scratch

Sprint-Keirin

Novice- 5 laps to Elimination

-C First to fifteen win and out/points race

-B First to fifteen win and out/points race

-A First to fifteen win and out/points race

-C Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

-B Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

-A Antioquena-  Point a lap and elimination down to 5 riders. 5 riders do a scratch and the final sprint is 5 for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd, 1 for 4th

Exhibition First and last elimination