CMWC Events

Main Race
The Main Race will be held on a closed course, about 2.2 km. in outer length, with a number of roads crossing through the interior of the course. There will be checkpoints along the course, with actual packages to deliver.

Main Race, Qualifying (Saturday, September 11, 8am - 2pm):
Racers will have 2 hours to earn as much money as they can by making as many deliveries, in any order, as possible. Racers will be informed by their dispatcher, during the time window selected by each racer on their registration form, which checkpoint their Race Manifest can be picked up from. The manifest will list all of the available jobs, where they are coming from, where they are going, the size of each package, and how much it pays. It will be up to each rider to select which jobs to do, and in what order to do them. The top 60 male and 15 female money earners will advance straight through to the Finals.

Main Race, 2nd Chance Qualifying (Saturday, September 11, 3pm - 6pm):
Run in the same fashion as Main Race Qualifying, except that racers will have only 30 minutes to earn money, and be started individually from the Start Area, not via a phone call from dispatch. Top 20 male and 5 female competitors will advance to the Finals.

Main Race, Finals (Sunday, September 12, 1pm - 5pm):
80 men and 20 women will compete in the Finals. All finalists will start at the same time, and race to complete all 10 available manifests in the shortest possible time. After each manifest, the slowest 8 men and 2 women will be eliminated.

Courier bags, helmets, race numbers, and race IDs must be worn at all times while competing in the Main Race.

LA CARRERA Sprint Qualifications (Saturday, September 11, 8am - 2pm):
Sprint Qualification will be run in conjunction with Main Race qualification, as one of the jobs on the Main Race manifest. The time it takes to deliver this job will serve as a rider's sprint qualification time. The fastest 64 men, and 16 women will advance to the Sprint Finals.

LA CARRERA Sprint Finals (Sunday, September 12, 11am - 12pm):
will be divided in to bracketed heats of 4, based on qualifying times. The winner of each heat will advance to the next round until a Champion is crowned.

Courier bags, helmets, and race numbers must be worn at all times while competing in the Sprint competitions.

LA CASA DEL CICLISTA Bunny Hop (Friday, September 10, 7pm - 8pm):
Who can jump their bike the highest? Racers must jump over a high jump bar, set at incrementally increasing heights. Initially, the bar will be set at 6 inches, riders will get 2 tries at each height, and the bar will be raised 2 inches after each round. Once only 10 riders remain, riders will have 3 attempts per height, and the bar will be raised 1 inch after each round. The rider clearing the tallest height wins. Misses will be counted, and in case of a tie, the rider with fewer misses will be ranked higher.

Courier bags and race numbers must be worn at all times while competing in the Bunnyhop competition.

BAGABOO Trackstand (Friday, September 10, 8pm - 9pm):
Racers compete to remain balanced on their bikes, in place for as long as possible. Once a racer falls or places a foot down, they are eliminated. Every few minutes, riders will be required to remove one limb from the bicycle. First one hand is removed, then the other, then one foot, and then the other. The last rider to remain balanced upright will be the winner. Competitors will first be bracketed in to Qualification heats. The top competitors from each heat will advance to a Final round of 10 men and 3 women.

Courier bags and race numbers must be worn at all times while competing in the Track Stand competition.

BAGABOO Backwards Circles (Friday, September 10, 9pm - 10pm):
The goal is to complete as many backwards circles as possible. Each rider will have 1 qualifying attempt. An attempt is scored once a rider stops moving backwards, falls, places a foot on the ground, or rides outside of their designated area. The top 10 men and 3 women will advance to the Final round, where they will compete simultaneously.

Courier bags and race numbers must be worn at all times while competing in the Backwards Circles competition.

TORONTO TRACK CULT Skids (Sunday, September 12, 9am - 11am):
The idea is to skid your bike as far as possible. Each competitor will have one chance to qualify for the Skid Finals. The 10 men and 3 women with the longest skids advance to the Finals, where they get 2 additional attempts. A racer's longest skid from all 3 attempts is counted. Courier bags, helmets and race numbers must be worn at all times while competing in the Skid competition.

BULLITT Cargo Race (Saturday, September 11, 2pm - 4pm):
The Cargo Race will be held concurrently with the Main Race, on the same course, and using the same checkpoints. The race format will be similar to that of the Main Race, but will use specially selected over-sized packages. Racers may use any bike and cargo delivery method they choose.

Helmets, race numbers, and race IDs must be worn at all times while competing in the Cargo Race.

Best All Around Rider Award:
Finalists in each CMWC event will score points towards the Best All Around Rider Award. To be considered, a competitor must qualify for the Finals in at least 2 events. These points will be used to award top male and top female as well as Top Veteran and Top Rookie.

Men and women collect BAR points separately. 

Main Race: 80 Male Finalists, 80 pts - 1 pt / 20 Female Finalists, 80 pts - 61 pts

Sprints: 64 Male Finalists, 64 pts - 1 pt / 16 Female Finalists    64 pts - 49 pts   

Track Stand: 10 Male Finalists, 20 pts - 10 pts / 3 Female Finalists      20 pts - 18 pts

Backwards Circles: 10 Male Finalists, 20 pts - 10 pts / 3 Female Finalists, 20 pts - 18 pts

Skids: 10 Male Finalists, 20 pts - 10 pts / 3 Female Finalists, 20 pts - 18 pts

Cargo Race: 10 Male Finalists, 20 pts - 10 pts / 3 Female Finalists, 20 pts - 18 pts

Bunny Hop: 10 Male Finalists, 20 pts - 10 pts / 3 Female Finalists, 20 pts - 18 pts

Best All Around Team Award:
Teams may consist of any number of members. The individual score of each team's top male and female rider from each CMWC event is counted towards that team's overall score. The combined scores from all CMWC events will determine team rankings.