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Points

Points

  • District Points

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    Each state or province is divided into districts based on location and membership population. Riders earn points from January 1-December 15 at any race and those points go back to their district, (i.e. “AZ01”), in their respective category (Amateur, Cruiser, Girls and Girls Cruiser). At the end of the year, the rider’s bike number changes based on their ranking in the points. Memberships must be current through the end of the point season (December 15th) to earn year-end rankings and awards.

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  • State/Provincial Points

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    The State or Provincial Championship Series consists of multi-point races that award "state or provincial" points in addition to district points. Depending on the number of tracks, riders count their best 1, 2, 3 or 4 scores, plus their Final to determine overall rankings in each age group.  Riders also must participate in 6 single-point races prior to August 1st to be eligible to earn a State Plate.  Riders may earn additional bonus state points for each of the next four (4) races beyond the required six prior to August 1st. The #1 rider earns a Champion Backpack, while the other top riders earn custom number plates.  (2013 Rule book: Section XIX. State & Provincial Championship Series)

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  • National Points

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    National points show you the rider in each category that has beaten the most competition throughout the year to sit atop the point standings. For 2014: We count the best six (6) national scores, plus the Grand Nationals (which is required) to determine a rider's overall ranking. Riders earning #1-#99 can proudly run the black plate with white numbers.

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  • N.A.G. Points

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    N.A.G. or National Age Group is essentially the same as the National Points listing, but broken down by age groups. For 2014: We count the best six (6) national scores, plus the Grand Nationals (which is required) to determine a rider's overall ranking. Riders earning #1-#20 in Amateur or #1-10 in Girls, Cruiser or Girls Cruiser can proudly run the gray plate with black numbers. In addition, the Top Ten riders receive custom N.A.G. jackets.

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  • Canadian National Points

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    Canadian National Points show you the rider in each category that has beaten the most competition throughout the year to sit atop the point standings. NEW for 2013: We count the best five (5) national scores, plus the Canadian Grand Nationals (which is required) to determine a rider's overall ranking. National Number Plates will be awarded to the top 10%
    (maximum of 50) for each category for amateurs and 1-10 for the Pro Class.

     

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  • Canadian N.A.G. Points

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    Canadian N.A.G. or Canadian National Age Group is essentially the same as the Canadian National Points listing, but broken down by age groups.  NEW for 2013: We count the best five (5) national scores, plus the Canadian Grand Nationals (which is required) to determine a rider's overall ranking. Riders earning #1-#5 in Amateur or #1-#3 in Girls, Cruiser or Girls Cruiser can proudly run the gray plate with black numbers.

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  • USAC BMX Development Points

    USA Cycling "Development" Points show the top riders born in 1998 or 1999 that have competed to earn their shot at a trip to the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. Once there, they will spend a week learning how to take their BMX career to the next level. The best coaches, training regiments, nutritional information and anything else that can help develop the next BMX Olympians.

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