Busy. Please wait.
or

show password
Forgot Password?

Don't have an account?  Sign up 
or

Username is available taken
show password

why


Make sure to remember your password. If you forget it there is no way for StudyStack to send you a reset link. You would need to create a new account.
We do not share your email address with others. It is only used to allow you to reset your password. For details read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.


Already a StudyStack user? Log In

Reset Password
Enter the associated with your account, and we'll email you a link to reset your password.

Remove Ads
Don't know
Know
remaining cards
Save
0:01
To flip the current card, click it or press the Spacebar key.  To move the current card to one of the three colored boxes, click on the box.  You may also press the UP ARROW key to move the card to the "Know" box, the DOWN ARROW key to move the card to the "Don't know" box, or the RIGHT ARROW key to move the card to the Remaining box.  You may also click on the card displayed in any of the three boxes to bring that card back to the center.

Pass complete!

"Know" box contains:
Time elapsed:
Retries:
restart all cards




share
Embed Code - If you would like this activity on your web page, copy the script below and paste it into your web page.

  Normal Size     Small Size show me how

UCI IC - MTN

UCI International Commissaire - Mountain Bike

TermDefinition
Downhill Age groupings 17+, except for World Championships. World Cups organize junior 17-18 fields, but not mandatory to compete in that field
Downhill events with separate 17-18 field World Championships and World Cup
4X & Enduro Age groupings 17+ (No separate results)
19+ events XCM and XCS
Technical assistance outside of F/TA zone Between members of the same UCI elite mtb, UCI mtb, and national teams
Cross Country Team Relay – What level race Must be organized at world champs and may be held at continental champs
Cross Country Team Relay - points UCI points are awarded at world championships and continental championships with a minimum of 5 teams competing
XCO Course – Paved Roads Can’t exceed 15% of total course
XCO Course – Parallel sections Needed for sections of course that are likely to deteriorate easily
XCO Course – Single Track Extended sections must have periodic passing zones
XCO Course – Crossing zones (WCh, WC, CC, & HC) At least 6, marshalled on each side
XCO Course – Directional & Warning signs (Location on course) On right hand side of course, except for right hand turns.
XCO Course – Olympics, WCh, CC, WC, & HC Must be marked and protected the entire length of the course
XC Marathon and XC Stage (Age) 19+ events, due to their long/multi-day nature
XC Stage – TTT timing Scored on 2nd rider
XC Stage – Tie breaking ITT times, then total of each placing, then final stage placing
XC Stage – Points Only awarded off of the GC ranking
XC Stage – Time Bonuses Only counts towards individual GC, not team GC. (No bonus for TT or TTT)
XC Stage – Leaders Jersey Must have a race leaders jersey
XC Eliminator – Conduct (DSQ) Intentional contact by pushing, pulling, or other means which causes another competitor to slow, fall, or exit course
XC Eliminator – Conduct (REL) Non-severe cases of pushing, pulling, or anything that causes a rider to slow, fall, or exit course
XC Eliminator – Start grid A start grid must be drawn out
XC Eliminator – World Champion jersey wearer Cross Country Eliminator world champion
4X – Start marking The first 5 meters should have equal course lane width, marked by white paint. (If crossed, cause for REL if impedes another rider)
4X – Start Stretch Should be at least 30 meters long, obstacles are okay but must stretch the entire width of the course
Enduro – Stage start times Promotor must provide a start time for each timed stage
Enduro – Start gaps After first rider, gap of at least 20 seconds must be maintained
Enduro - # of stages At least 3 timed stages
Enduro – Minimum time of competition A total time of at least 10 minutes is mandatory
Enduro – Reported violations PCP can consider a violation if reported by 2+ riders from different teams
XC Stage – Riders per team At least 2, max of 6 riders per team
XC Stage – World champion jersey wearer? Cross country Olympic world champion wears the jersey
XC Stage – Number of days Minimum of 3 days, max of 9 days (1 stage allowed per day)
XC Stage – Types of stages All types of cross country races except for XCE
XC Stage – Transfers Only 1 transfer per 3 days is allowed (Under 1 hour doesn’t count) (1 transfer can’t exceed 3 hours)
XC Stage – Motors Must have a lead and a follow motor bike (except TT stages)
XC Eliminator – Course length Must be between 500 and 1000 meters
XC Eliminator – Course contents Course must be 100% rideable, single track is normally avoided, typically no more than one 180 degree turn, and must include natural/artificial obstacles.
XC Eliminator – Race designation Apart from XCE world championships, all events are C3
XC Eliminator – Minimum # in qualification At least 12 riders must be entered in the qualification round (otherwise no XCE event is held)
XC Eliminator – Event schedule Qualifying and finals should be held on the same day
Age Categories – 17+ XCP, XCC, XCE, 4X, END, DHI (except world championships), XCO (only when a separate 17-18 field is held)
XC Marathon – Age and category 19+, must include masters categories
XC Marathon – Points Top 40 men and women score points
XC Marathon – Rankings 6 best results plus world championships (total of 7 events)
XC Marathon – Worlds qualifications Top 20 men and women from each round and top 50 overall in XCM ranking
Enduro – Technical Assistance Max of 1 technical assistance zone is allowed
Enduro – Parts (Same as start) + Penalty Frame, fork, front and rear suspension, and wheels (5 minute penalty)
XC Olympic - Start Zone (Before) (Everything but WCh & WC) 6x50 meters
XC Olympic - Start Zone (After) (Everything but WCh & WC) 6x100 meters
XC Olympic - Finish Zone (Before) (Everything but WCh & WC) 4x50 meters
XC Olympic - Finsh Zone (After) (Everything but WCh & WC) 4x20 meters
XC Olympic - Start Zone (Before) (World Championships and World Cups) 8x50 meters
XC Olympic - Start Zone (After) (World Championships and World Cups) 8x100 meters
XC Olympic - Finish Zone (Before) (World Championships and World Cups) 8x80 meters
XC Olympic - Finish Zone (After) (World Championships and World Cups) 8x50 meters
XC Olympic – Start/Finish Barriers Minimum of 100 meters before and 50 meters after
Enduro – Helmets Must be worn at all times, full face is only required when specified in event regulations
4X – Course duration Full run should be between 30-60 seconds, optimum is 45-60
4X – Gates Lower in, higher to the outside, 1.5-2 meters tall
4X – Last gate Last gate must be at least 10 m from the finish line
4X – “B” Zone At least 2 meters wide
4X – Course marked/Taped The course must be fully marked, top to bottom
4X – First aid requirements At least 8 trained first aid staff are needed and one must be stationed at the exit of the finish bowl
4X – Training requirements Training must be held the day before the event, the day of, and night racing, a night session must happen
Comp’d Entry Fees Riders belonging to a UCI Elite Mtb team. Only in the discipline that the team has status, and not for XCS, UCI XCM series, and endure events
DH World Cup – Start Intervals No less than 1 minute, last 10 riders must have at least 2 minutes
DH World Cup – Participation “Points & Kit” (19+, “Elite”) Must have obtained at least 40 UCI points (DHI Ranking) and wear trade team kit
DH World Cup – Participation “National Teams” (19+, “Elite”) National federations can send up to 3 riders and they must wear national team kit
XCO World Cup – Participation “Points & Kit” (23+, “Elite”) Must have obtained at least 20 UCI points (XCO Ranking) and wear trade team kit
XCO World Cup – Participation “National Teams” (23+, “Elite”) National federations can send up to 6 riders and they must wear national team kit
XCO World Cup – Participation “Points & Kit” (19-22, “U23”) Must have obtained at least 20 UCI points (XCO Ranking) and wear trade team kit
XCO World Cup – Participation “National Teams” (19-22, “U23”) National federations can send up to 6 riders and they must wear national team kit
XCO World Cup – Participation “Organizing federation - National Teams” (19-22, “U23”) May send an extra 6 riders
XCO World Cup – Participation “UCI Elite mtb & mtb team members” (19-22, “U23”) Any rider belonging to one of these teams are allowed into the race
DH World Cup – Start Order (ME) Top 80 of most recent world cup ranking, then by DHI ranking, then random by lots
DH World Cup – Start Order (WE) Top 15 of most recent world cup ranking, then by DHI ranking, then random by lots
DH World Cup – Start Order (MJ & WJ) Top 10, most recent WCu ranking, then DHI ranking, then (in order by) national teams (in order of world champ team ranking), unclassified national teams (by lots), UCI elite mtn (by lots), and UCI mtn teams (by lots). 1 per team, then starts over
DH World Cup – Registration fees Comp’d for UCI elite mtn team riders and UCI mtn team riders who are ranked top 20 of last world cup ranking
DH World Cup – Transport capabilities Must be able to transport at least 150 riders and bikes per hour
Downhill – Transport capabilities Must be able to transport at least 100 riders and bikes per hour
DH World Cup – Training run requirements 3 days before (walking), 2 days before (training for everyone, timed training for (top 80 ME, 15 WE, & 10 MJ)), 1 day before (Training for everyone), day of (only open to finalists, lasts at least 60 minutes). Lift closes 15 mins before training ends
DH World Cup – Lead & Sweep requirements (+plates) 2 forerunners and a course sweep (plate A&B, sweep plate C)
UCI Elite Mountain Bike Teams – Make-up (XC) Minimum 3, maximum of 10
UCI Elite Mountain Bike Teams – Make-up (Mix XC/Grav) Minimum 3, maximum of 10
UCI Elite Mountain Bike Teams – Make-up (Gravity) Minimum 2, maximum of 10
UCI Elite Mountain Bike Teams – # of recognized teams Max of 15, top 12 in UCI MTB team ranking, plus 3 additional (UCI Discretion only)
Equipment Regs – Communication devices Banned, except for cell phones, should only be used during emergency
Equipment Regs – Tire rule Spiked tires of any kind are forbidden
Equipment Regs – Handlebars No standard drop bars (road) are allowed, traditional bar-ends are acceptable
Team managers meeting – Where required Olympics, World championships, World cup, Continental Champs, & HC events, also at stage races.
Course Installations – Inflatable Arches Arches crossing the course are prohibited unless held up by a solid structure.
Course Installations – Bike Wash Every course must provide a bike washing station
Cross Country Point-to-Point – Start/Finish Location Must start in one place and finish in another
Cross Country Point-to-Point – Event category All XCP events are C3
Cross Country Point-to-Point – Jersey wearers Considered XCO event, XCO world/national champs wear jerseys
XC Eliminator – Qualifying type Qualifying is held as a single timed run on the full course
XC Eliminator – # of riders through to main The best 32 (8x4) or 36 (6x6), from qualifying, go through
Cross Country Time Trial – Where is event held Can only be used during XCS
Feed/Technical Assistance Zones – # at XCO events Must have 1 double or 2 one-sided F/TA zones
Feed/Technical Assistance Zones – # at XCM events Must have at least 3 F/TA zones
Feed/Technical Assistance Zones – Team Relay events May have 1 F/TA zone, but only for tech assist
Feed/Technical Assistance Zones – Rules No running alongside or spraying riders (unless stopped)
Feed/Technical Assistance Zones – XCO world cups Must have 4 areas; UCI Elite Mtn, UCI Mtn, National teams, & Individual riders
Cross Country Short Circuit – Start/Finish Must be in the same area
Cross Country Short Circuit – Course length Must be 2km and under
Cross Country Short Circuit – Race time Race must be between 20-60 minutes
Cross Country Short Circuit – Event Category All XCC events are C3
Cross Country Short Circuit – Obstacles on course Must be approved by the TD or PCP
Cross Country Marathon – Course distance Minimum is 60km, maximum is 160km
Cross Country Marathon – Event Category All XCM events are C3
Cross Country Marathon – Course distance markings Must be marked every 10km, distance to finish
Cross Country Marathon – # of laps allowed Anything between one and three laps
Cross Country Marathon – 1 Lap races No section of course can be covered twice, except start/finish
Cross Country Marathon – Multi-lap race (2-3 laps) Can’t contain a short cut for the women’s race
XCO Course – Markings (distance)
XCO Course – Directional & Warning signs (Before, at, after) 10 m before, at turn or hazard, and 10 m after turn, cearly visible X to show the wrong way.
XCO Course – Markings (Stake heights)
XCO Course – “B” Zone The B zone should be at least 2m wide
XCO Course – Start/Finish banner Must be at least 2.5m off the ground, stretch entire width of the course
XCO Course – Markings (Final Kilometer)
Cross Country – General Event (Course marked by when) Must be fully marked for training at least 24 hours before start of first race (48 hours for World Cup).
Cross Country – General Event (Plate #’s) Must be displayed for training
Cross Country – General Event (Start list order) In order of latest UCI XCO ranking, then random
Cross Country – 80% (Must be applied, events) Continental champs, world cup, world champs, and Olympics
First Aid Requirements – All events At least 1 ambulance and 1 basic first aid post is required. 1 doctor and at least 6 trained medical staff
Call-Up Area – Mandated at what events Olympics, World champ, World Cup, Continental Champs, & HC events
Cross Country – Start protocol Start instructions, then the start will come in 3, 2, 1, 30 seconds, and within 15 seconds. Start is given by PCP
Cross Country – Staging protocol Must start staging no earlier than 20 mins to start but can come later if a smaller field.
Cross Country Olympic – Race distance/times (C3) Course has no restriction. MJ/WJ – 1:00-1:15; ME/WE (w/ MU/WU) – No restriction
Cross Country Olympic – Race distance/times (C2) Course is 4-10 km. MJ/WJ – 1:00-1:15; ME/WE (w/ MU/WU) – 1:30-2:00
Cross Country Olympic – Race distance/times (O through HC) Course is 4-6 km. MJ/WJ – 1:00-1:15; MU/WU – 1:15-1:30; ME/WE – 1:20-1:40
Cross Country Team Relay – Team Makeup 1 ME, 1 WE, 1 MU, 1 MJ, & 1 (WU or WJ)
XCO World Cup – U23 Riders Except in World Champs, Continental Champs, and sometimes national champs, U23 can rider in the elite class, even if a separate U23 event is held
XCO World Cup – U23 Riders (World Cups) Separate U23 event is held, the top 10 men/5 women of the last UCI XCO ranking from the previous year can choose elite vs U23, all other must race as U23. (Both situations go for the entire season)
DH World Cup – Protected riders The top 20 ME and 20 WE from the latest world cup ranking are protected to the finals (Must start qualifying)
DH World Cup – # of riders in final The top 80 ME, 15 WE, 20 MJ qualify for the finals
DH World Cup – Awarded UCI points (qualifying) The top 20 ME and 10 WE from the qualifying round are awarded UCI Points
Created by: Evansja1991