2022 King House Removals Omnium Series
The ever-popular King House Removals Omnium Series will kick off on Friday 5 August, with a series of seven races.
Enter for the whole series of seven rounds ($80.50), or enter per round ($15).
Standard gearing and equipment restrictions apply per grade as per Cycling New Zealand rules.
Racing will take place across four grades:
-A grade (U19/Open) - Open gearing, disc/3/4/5 spoke wheels allowed
-B grade (U17) - 7m rollout, wheel restrictions apply (maximum depth 45mm, minimum spoke count 16 per wheel)
-C grade (U15) - 6.6m rollout, wheel restrictions apply (maximum depth 45mm, minimum spoke count 16 per wheel)
-D grade (Novice/U13) - 6m rollout, wheel restrictions apply (maximum depth 45mm, minimum spoke count 16 per wheel)
Should a rider choose to ride 'up' a grade, they take their age group equipment restrictions with them (restricted gearing and wheels) - an U17 rider in A grade will still have to ride to a 7m rollout.
Points will be awarded in each grade, based on the number of riders taking part in each round. At the end of the series, the top six scoring rounds for each rider will be added together to make up the series total and determine the overall series champion in each grade.
Round 1: August 5 - 6-9pm - RESULTS - SERIES STANDINGS
Round 2: August 7 - 1:00-4:00pm - RESULTS - SERIES STANDINGS
Round 3: August 17 - 6-9pm - RESULTS - SERIES STANDINGS
Round 5: October 28 - 6-9pm - SERIES STANDINGS
Round 4: November 13 - 2:30-4:30pm - SERIES STANDINGS
Round 7: November 20 - 12:30-4:00pm - ENTER HERE
Round 6: November 25 - 6-9pm - ENTER HERE
Programme 1 (provisional):
Keirin (Heats and Finals if required)
Programme 2 (provisional):
Derby (Heats and Finals if required)
2021 King House Removals Omnium Series Champions
From left to right: Geertien Venter (A grade/Open women), Caitlin Kelly (B grade/U17 women), Lucy Griffin (C grade/U15 women), Finn Edwards (C grade/U15 men), Hunter Gough (A grade/Open men), Cooper Gough (D grade/U13 mixed), Marshall Erwood (B grade/U17 men)