The SoCal League HIGH SCHOOL Series is a 5 race series where individual and team awards are given each race and at the end of the series. California State Championships is not a part of the high school series and is a stand alone race where qualified HIGH SCHOOL riders from both the NorCal League and SoCal League race for individual and team awards.
The SoCal League MIDDLE SCHOOL season is a 4 race season where individual awards are given out at the end of each race. There is no team or season long component to middle school racing in the SoCal League.
Detailed information about races is published on our PDF race flyers and posted as available. We reserve the right to modify race course and venue to fit conditions. Always check back for updates as venue’s may move due to inclement weather or other factors beyond our control.
High school participants pay a $60 season fee and $50 per race. A high school rider doing the entire 5 race series would pay $310. A high school rider qualifying for and attending CA State Champs pays an additional $50. Middle school participants pay a $40 season fee and $25 per race. A middle school rider doing the entire 4 race series would pay $140. Any rider intending to race MUST have their season fee paid and profile completed in the Pit Zone before race weekend. There is NO ON SITE SEASON REGISTRATION. The Pit Zone is open for registration through the Monday night prior to each race weekend. A rider who has paid their season registration and completed their profile in the Pit Zone MAY race race fees at the race venue. There is a $10 late fee for paying race fees at the venue.
|NICA Quick Start Guide to attending High School Mountain Bike Racing (PDF) 2016 Rulebook (PDF)Pre-race Checklist (PDF) 2016 Category Placements (XLSX). 2016 Category Placements (PDF).*** If there are problems with the results or other scoring issues contact Cindy Orr at firstname.lastname@example.org.Problems must be reported within 48 hours of posting online results.Thank you for your patience — we work hard to get it right.|