Ohio Spring Race Series

2013 OSRS Schedule

OSRS #1 – Saturday, March 16, 2013 –Lake Hope p/b Team Athens 

OSRS #2 – Sunday, March 24, 2013 – Deer Creek - CANCELLED

OSRS #3 – Sunday, April 7, 2013 – Zanesfield p/b Team 614  

OSRS #4 – Sunday, April 14, 2013 – Reilly p/b Team Hungry!  

OSRS #5 – Sunday, April 21, 2013 – Vandervort’s Corner p/b Team Dayton  

OSRS #6 – Sunday, April 28, 2013 – Lynchburg p/b Bishop’s Bicycles  

 

SERIES FINALE STAGE RACE p/b BigDaveSports & Queen City Wheels  

OSRS #7 – Saturday, May 18, 2013 – North Bend Time Trial

OSRS #8 – Saturday, May 18, 2013 – Harrison’s Tomb Road Race

OSRS #9 – Sunday, May 19, 2013 – Germantown

 

 

 

 

Prizes (minimum)

Entry*

Start

Category

Per Race

Series

Pre-Reg

Day Of

12:30

Men 1/2/3

$300/5 places

$600/10 places

$35

$45

12:34

Men 3

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$30

$40

12:38

Women 1/2/3

$150/3 places

$400/5 places

$30

$40

12:42

Men 4

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$30

$40

10:00

Men 4/5

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$30

$40

10:04

Men 5/Citizens

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$30

$40

10:08

Women 3/4

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$30

$40

10:08

Juniors

Merch/3 places

Trophies/3 places

$10

$10

*Series Finale Stage Race will be $110 pre-reg/$130 day of (Juniors category $30).

 Register for all six races plus the Series Finale Stage Race, save time and money! - $195 ($60 for juniors)

 

Race Payouts and Points

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Men 1/2/3

$100

$75

$55

$40

$30

Men 3

M

M

M

Men 4

M

M

M

Men 4/5

M

M

M

Men 5

M

M

M

Women 1/2/3

$75

$50

$25

Women 3/4

M

M

M

Juniors

M

M

M

Points

200

180

170

160

150

145

140

135

130

125

120

115

110

105

100

95

90

85

80

70

Start pts.

50

DNF

25

DQ

0

M = Merchandise

 

Series Payouts

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Men 1/2/3

$155

$115

$90

$65

$45

$35

$30

$25

$20

$20

Men 3

T

T

T

Men 4

T

T

T

Men 4/5

T

T

T

Men 5

T

T

T

Women 1/2/3

$140

$100

$75

$50

$35

Women 3/4

T

T

T

Juniors

T

T

T

T = Trophy

 

The Rules and Info

  • Pre-registration highly recommended, all registration fees paid by promoter, day of race registration is an additional $10.
  • Women 3/4 and Junior’s fields will race together but will be scored separately.
  • Best FIVE finishes count toward the overall standings.  The Series Finale Stage Race will earn points for each stage AND the Overall GC.
  • All Events are permitted through USA Cycling

 

Road ID is once again providing us with racing numbers for the entire series in 2013.

 

Infinit Nutrion will be offering free neutral feed support at all OSRS races for 2013

 



 

 

 

 

  • KG
    #1 written by KG 1 year ago

    will the 4′s be scored separately from the 3′s in the 3-4 races (men)?

  • KG
    #2 written by KG 1 year ago

    how will the 4′s have a chance to upgrade if the 3′s are racing them?

  • BigDave
    #3 written by BigDave 1 year ago

    The 3s and 4s will be scored together in the 3/4 race.

    As for the upgrades, this is how \ the USAC rule book under rule 1D2(c) reads:

    …if the field contains mixed categories (i.e. cat 3-4), then the number of starters is the number of riders that are the same category or higher as the person requesting the upgrade (i.e, in a cat 3-4 combined field, all riders count for a 4 to 3 upgrade, but only the 3’s count for a 3 to 2 upgrade.

  • Jerry Mossman
    #4 written by Jerry Mossman 1 year ago

    Any idea yet what the approximate distances are for Women 1/2/3 and 3/4? I’m also trying to recruit some juniors and they are asking about mileage as well. JM

  • BigDave
    #5 written by BigDave 1 year ago

    The 1/2/3 Women will be doing approximately 50-60 miles while the 3/4 Women and juniors will be doing about 25-40 miles. It all depends on the course and the individual promoters.

  • Juan
    #6 written by Juan 1 year ago

    Didn’t quite get the part about racing in the Cat you plan on finishing the series in as a way not to lose points. So if I’m a 5 and this is my 1st race I’d prefer to race in the 5 field versus going against 4′s but when I upgrade I’ll lose series points?

  • PACO
    #7 written by PACO 1 year ago

    “The Men 5 field should be left to the true beginner racers and casual cat 5 men.”

    why are over half of the CAT 5 entries associated with a team, if this is for beginners? they should be racing CAT 4/5.

    the CAT 5 field is sold out. now what?

  • Christa
    #8 written by 1 year ago

    Being associated with a local team does not necessarily mean you are a seasoned racer. Many teams operate as a club and/or have open registration, or are specifically set up as developmental teams for newer riders/racers. This enables new racers to have a group of people to ride with, train with, and help in connecting them with the cycling/racing community. Racing as part of a team has nothing to do with your experience level nor your level of commitment. Each team is different and has different requirements, etc. Many teams had first time racers in the event and in the series.

  • Dave
    #9 written by Dave 8 months ago

    When do you expect to publish the dates/locations for the 2013 OSRS? Thanks!

  • BigDave
    #10 written by BigDave 8 months ago

    We have the preliminary dates penciled in. We are just trying to coordinate which races will go on which dates.

  • MW
    #11 written by MW 2 months ago

    For the series finale stage race, will it be possible to just race a few of the events (and not all 3)? Or are you required to race all 3 events?

  • BigDave
    #12 written by BigDave 2 months ago

    The Series Finale Stage Race is a true stage race in which you must complete each stage in order to start the next. You are not allowed to pick and chose which stages you want to do. When you register, you will be registering for the entire weekend, not individual races.

  • Dave Thole
    #13 written by Dave Thole 1 month ago

    Duplicate post from Reily race website. The race flyer, race registration website, and event website have conflicting info for the Cat 5 mens race at Reily. In some places the course length is described as 8 miles, others say 10. Some places say the race distance for Cat 5 men is 32 miles, others say it’s 40. Can you confirm the race distance, number of laps, and course length for Cat 5 men? thanks.

  • BigDave
    #14 written by BigDave 1 month ago

    The Cat 5 men are racing 31.5 miles. The actual course length is 10.5 miles. The Team Hungry website has the correct distances. All others are being corrected.

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