- Team scores are calculated by adding together points from riders on the same team. This must me the team on your racing license - sorry, no special week-long combines.
- There is no maximum number of riders per team who may score points. Likewise, there's no minimum - a single rider without teammates will still score team points and is eligible to win the team series.
- The final race of the series, the Fitchburg stage of the Longsjo Classic, has double points. Teams and individuals must race at Fitchburg to be eligible for points and prizes.
- Team series ties are broken by the team who scores more points at Fitchburg. If still tied, the team with the rider with the highest finishing place at Fitchburg wins.
- Individual series ties are broken by the rider with the highest finishing place at Fitchburg.
- In order to be eligible for series points and prizes, individual leaders must race in the Verge Sport series leaders jersey and teams must race in the Verge Sport team series leaders socks.
- Any other disputes will be decided by the series organizer.
15 Deep for men elite fields, 10 deep for elite women:
Note that points are doubled for Fitchburg.
- $300, paying three deep, for top three male and female individual racers.
- $200, single place prize, for top male and female team.
Points are awarded in the elite fields of each race. So, if a race has a Men Pro/1/2 field and Men 3/4 field, Verge Sport points are awarded in the Men Pro/1/2 race.
The Verge Sport New England Crit Week leader's jersey will be awarded at the conclusion of each event at a separate podium ceremony only for the series leader (not a podium for the top three in the series).
A three-person podium for the series and winning team recognition will occur after the final race at the Longsjo Classic Fitchburg Criterium.
series results updates
Updates to the Verge Sport series will be available the morning following the event, available on this site and published on various social media platforms.
Please use #necritweek in social media posts regarding New England Crit Week.