Kaos Seagrave To Miss Maribor World Cup Due To Lack of UCI Points

Apr 22, 2019
by Ed Spratt  
Kaos Seagrave

FMD Racing has posted on their Instagram that Kaos Seagrave will not be racing the World Cup in Maribor. After his injuries last year and an admin error he was not able to gather enough UCI points to compete in the first round of the 2019 season. The team is hoping to have him compete in Fort William at the beginning of June.

Riders need to accrue 40 UCI points or be selected by their national federation to enter a World Cup. Kaos currently sits on 31 points.

bigquotesDue to his injuries last season and an admin error from the team Kaos Seagrave does not have enough points to race Maribor World Cup.

Lady luck is not on this talented young lad's shoulders right now... Fingers crossed for the next few weeks and British Cycling will help for Fort William!
FMD Racing


We hope to see Kaos bringing his unique style and whips to Fort William in June, although reading between the lines, it seems a British Cycling selection will be needed to get him in the race. British Cycling can select up to three riders to race at each World Cup but they must wear team GB colours. There are currently four British riders with more points and a higher UCI ranking than Kaos who do not have enough points for World Cup qualification - Lachlan Blair, Jono Jones, Sam Dale and Kenta Gallagher.


143 Comments

  • + 328
 There is a massive issue that no one has mentioned. There are a decreasing amount of UCI sanctioned races offering points on the calendar. Many countries National rounds don’t even offer points or if they do, only a few points are on offer. The catch 22 is that WC riders that don’t “need” the points are often the only ones that snatch up these points. Even racing World Cups, you would have to have at least four top fifty results in a season to earn at least another 40 points for the following season. At class 1 events like the recent IXS cup, UCI points are only awarded up to 15th position. (you would need at least 4 top ten placings in an IXS cup series to race World Cups the following year. Not an easy task considering the amount of top World Cup riders attending)
Now I have nothing against raising the bar and points needed for World Cup racing IF and this is a big IF there is a clear path regionally, nationally and Continentally of races and series’ offering Hors Classe, class one and class two points, that way there will still be opportunity for new riders to enter the talent pool each year. Ironically the UCI now does offer World Cup DH qualifying points to selected sanctioned snow bike races and enduro events ?!?!?! Which makes no sense as they are completely different disciplines in my eyes. World Cups will continue to see reduced fields (which is what UCI and Red Bull want) but in time this will be detrimental to the future lifeblood of the sport while disciplines like Enduro will continue to grow.
  • + 18
 Someone needs to listen to this!These are all very good points.
  • + 4
 well said sven!
  • + 4
 What he said.
  • + 1
 Enduro has a zero experience performance entry at all levels, so it’s expected to grow to a point.
  • - 18
flag thenotoriousmic (Apr 23, 2019 at 2:05) (Below Threshold)
 Good there’s too many riders at the World Cup anyway and there’s only about 15 guys and three girls with any real chance of winning so why do we have 80 riders at an elite competition? They need a second tier series and leave the world cups for the best of the best.
  • + 1
 I totally agree Sven, but i think this is good ..as you said..all this riders they need to go down to nationals and regionals to earn points..and that would rise the level of nationals and regionals, showing other racecers their truth pace, and maybe encouraging them to jump internationally and get expose to sponsors..i see a win win here
  • + 2
 @thenotoriousmic: if World Cups as we know them today should be for premier athletes then 2nd class riders need their own World Cups? Wo is willing to another World Cup series for 2nd class riders only?
  • + 4
 @vhdh666: Well that’s the problem isn’t it? But that’s what the sport needs. Ether a champions league style format or a second division. World Cup racing should be for the highest level of racers not 150 / 200 racers turning up for 70 qualification places or whatever it is. That’s not the elite is it?
  • - 1
 Whilst accepting the points about feeder series into world cups I don't think 4 top 50 results in a season is that higher bar to keep your place in the elite ranks. If your not consistently in the top 20 then you unlikely to figure on the podium. You could change the way points are awarded in the ixs and similar series so they only go to those who don't have world cup elite status
  • - 6
flag thenotoriousmic (Apr 23, 2019 at 5:08) (Below Threshold)
 Is enduro continuing to grow though? Certainly feels like the hype has died. There’s absolutely no coverage for the EWS at all other than a live time sheet so nobody’s going to care about the EWS in a few years unless they do something to keep us interested. It already feels like it’s already on the way out and I don’t know anyone who’s really that bothered about racing local and national level Enduros ether where two years ago they were all the rage.
  • + 0
 @chrismac70: honestly if you don’t make or aren’t capable of making the live stream what are you doing at a World Cup? Just making up the numbers? These riders need cutting out of world cups and they need a series where they can improve racing at their level with the ultimate goal of ranking up and making the world cups.
  • + 1
 @thenotoriousmic: Could there be an argument for them having that many racers paying fees to enter these races? Essentially, setting up the track would be the same. More racers equals more fees, more spectators, etc. And there is something to a higher level of participation for riders. I love it when a top 75 rider cracks the top 20. Either way, there are financial realities to our sport that prevent them from replicating the formats of other sports.
  • + 1
 @njparider: have it at the same event then just have a different category for all the seriously talented riders who are to old or too good for the juniors but aren’t good enough to break the top 20 yet.
  • + 2
 I guess we need Continental Cups. For example in MX you have the World Championship races for MX2 (250ccm) and GPMX (450ccm) world wide. On all European rounds there's a European Championship for the 300ccm class. Translated to DH that would mean, the 2nd class riders would be allowed to race only the World Cups on their continent in their own "league".
  • + 4
 @thenotoriousmic: I couldn't disagree more.


I can't speak for your local area but Enduro racing is off the charts big here. Every two weeks some where on the west coast there is an Enduro race going down. It's by far the most popular style of mountain bike racing currently in going on the west coast of North America.... Shit maybe even all of North America ...

As for coverage goes, The EWS is slowly moving in the direction of how WRC is shown on Red bull TV. None of it is live but a couple days after the event a shit ton of film coverage is edited and then narrated on top of to bring you a story of how the race went down with as many highlights put in to keep things interesting.

This really helps keep coverage costs down and you don't have to give up an entire day spent on your couch watching The.V
  • + 1
 @vhdh666: That would cut costs I would imagine. And, in theory, the locals would be more interested by pulling for their rider to make it to the top tier.
Regardless, things need to be set out differently than they are to be able to offer a better economic model to grow the sport in all disciplines.
  • + 1
 @TheBearDen: no I’m not going down to the races and counting heads or anything and every area is different and yeah that style of riding is super popular here to just nobody seems that interested in the racing side anymore.

Yeah I don’t think the EWS highlight videos are anywhere near good enough. There’s very little actual racing and a whole load of filler and slow mo. It’s rare I’ll actually watch one all the way through.
  • + 1
 @TheBearDen: it's a logistical matter as much as anything. Even when DH was big(ger), there was no real scene around here. I remember a Neds race years ago, but there's just not much around here that can realistically or legally shuttled and raced on within a realistic drive. Compare that to the UK where one always used to be able to get to a race or uplift event within a couple of hours, 10+ years ago anyway. Also plenty of DH friendly areas like Stile Cop / Cannock Chase, Chicksands, Forest Of Dean etc where it was easy enough to push your bike back up to the top ready for another 2 minute rip.

If you want to ride downhill fast, a DH bike is always going to be faster, and you don't need much of the tech that's in an 'enduro' bike. It wouldn't surprise me if there is a resurgence of DH in the UK. Not so much around here.
  • + 1
 @thenotoriousmic: I can see your side of the point but at least looking at western US for example, there are enduro series in many of the states if not multiple different series (CO has 2 different big series), not including the one off races that happen too. Races happen all the time and the fields are pretty big and most races sell out. DH barely has races anywhere in the Western US anymore and if they do have them then its a low level series at best. The Pro GRT (DH national series) has 4 rounds spread across 4 months on different sides of the US...
  • + 1
 That really smells bad.
  • + 13
 The root cause of lack of UCi races is the financial impact on the organiser. Running the BDS here in the UK we used to have 4 out of 5 rounds UCi accredited at one point. For each race you have to pay the UCi a registration fee of 1k euros, plus the additional prize fund, a further 3k euros plus, then anyone on a UCi Elite Team gets free entry so another 2k euros. Then additional UCi Commissaires, there expenses a further 2k euros and don't forget extra medics so a further 1k euros. So 9k euros extra per race that the organiser has to pay out of their own pocket. Ideally the organiser should add a further 30 euros to each entry (if there were 300 riders). Hence why no organiser in their right mind really wants to organise a UCi level race. Simple as that.
  • + 1
 @vhdh666: But 7/8 of the 2019 DH series is in Europe. North America has 1 round. Same in 2020. The European Championship would basically be the world cup -1 round. The North American Championship would be 1 round. Other continents 0.
  • + 1
 @ryguy79: that‘s correct. And there are continents where no Uci WC is held. So it‘s not gonna solve the problem
  • + 124
 "dad, wtf!"?
  • + 8
 Well my streak continues. Every injury and misfortune recently have all been connected to my fantasy teams. Forever cursed
  • + 107
 I just saw "Miss Maribor" in the title and clicked to see the pics. Damn it.
  • + 2
 Lol
  • + 3
 Sorry, I choked on my croissant. Brilliant morning laugh!
  • + 1
 same here
  • + 1
 Hahahaha amazing
  • + 70
 its ok Kaos, i didnt have enough points either.
  • + 41
 KAOS vs CONTROL
  • + 6
 Missed it by this much!
  • + 1
 isn't it Kaos vs Order ?
  • + 1
 @panchocampbell: From Get Smart TV series that only old Americans remember:

The series centers on bumbling secret agent Maxwell "Max" Smart (Don Adams), also known as Agent 86, and his more sensible female partner, Agent 99 (Barbara Feldon).[7] Agents 86 and 99 work for CONTROL, a secret U.S. government counter-intelligence agency based in Washington, D.C. The pair investigates and thwarts various threats to the world, though Smart's incompetent nature and demands to do things by-the-book invariably cause complications. However, Smart never fails to save the day. Looking on is the long-suffering head of CONTROL (Edward Platt), who is addressed simply as "Chief".

The nemesis of CONTROL is KAOS, described as "an international organization of evil". In the series, KAOS was supposedly formed in Bucharest, Romania, in 1904.[8] Neither CONTROL nor KAOS is actually an acronym. Many guest actors appeared as KAOS agents, including William Schallert (who also had a recurring role as Admiral Hargrade, the first Chief of CONTROL). Conrad Siegfried, played by Bernie Kopell, is Smart's KAOS archenemy. King Moody (originally appearing as a generic KAOS killer) portrayed the dim-witted but burly Shtarker, Siegfried's assistant.
  • + 3
 @endlessblockades: you are totally right Sir, actually I remember watching it back in the day, only dubbed, it was called "El Superagente 86" hahaha great memories!!
  • + 1
 @panchocampbell: HAHA cool! That's pretty much how the US government works these days!
  • + 28
 UCi points are gained from each race last for 12 months exactly. For example, a rider may have had 50 points accrued last week against their name and therefore able to race. But if 15 of those points were won exactly 12 months ago, the rider would only have 35 points next week and therefore would be unable to qualify. It seems that maybe the error. Not easy to maintain 40 plus points if you have been injured, the only option is to race as many UCi events as possible and come in the top ten (not easy). The other option is to ask your National Federation. If they say yes, here in the UK you have to buy a BC jersey and race in that. Something Peaty had to do several years ago.
  • + 19
 How do you screw this up? As a world cup DH team, you should know the UCI regs and plan ahead in the off season to ensure your riders meet all the qualifications needed to race. Regardless if the "admin error" was on UCI or FMD, you and your team should be all over it. If you're healthy and able to race, I can't imagine sponsors are too stoked to see you on the sidelines because you're 9 points shy of racing.
  • + 17
 "admin error from the team" end qoute.
  • + 8
 Wouldn't it be great if as long as you were fast enough to qualify you wouldn't have to worry about some big governing body that doesn't even have the best interest for this particular niche of cycling?!
  • + 14
 @coyotecycleworks: So what is your idea? Just have UCI world cups be completely wide open events where unlimited amounts of riders can just show up and try to qualify for finals?
  • + 3
 @sino428: Maybe unlimited amounts of Pro category riders?
  • + 4
 That's how it used to be and it worked fine. Of course you needed a pro license.
  • + 2
 @sino428: 100%. ELbows out.
  • + 2
 @sino428: No you create something like a National UCI DH qualifying series. Maybe a series of 4 races in each country and the top 10 best averages can race (or at least attempt to qualify) in Elite WC. That way if you crash out/have a bad run you still have 3 other attempts to put in your best time. Problem with the current system is that there's a lot of travel involved to gather UCI points. Depending on the size of the country that puts a lot of privateers out. You could host the whole series over a week in one location that way you minimize the time/travel involved.
  • + 1
 @coyotecycleworks: But now you are contradicting yourself. In your last post you said...

"Wouldn't it be great if as long as you were fast enough to qualify you wouldn't have to worry about some big governing body that doesn't even have the best interest for this particular niche of cycling"

And now you saying the should have a National UCI qualifying series. I never said the current system was a good one. I don't really know. My only point was that there is probably a very good reason that some kind of qualifying is necessary, which you seem to agree with.
  • + 17
 This is a bad look for him, the team and UCI...but assuming he is healthy, there were probably plenty of options to get points if they had known they needed 40. The IXS race this past weekend was a UCI Level 1 race with probably more than half the world cup field. The Portugal cup last month in Lousa was a UCI race with folks like Gee, Hart and Pierron all showing up and the top 10 all getting 10+ points. Its unfortunate but it was a dumb mistake by the team. :/
  • + 7
 Just can agree with that. If you already drive down from GB to maribor compete for f.... sake. Luxury problem! We used to get in as many races as we could in a season. Saving energy is kinda an excuse to me. Mx or Sx have several races a day. Which are surly more intense! try harder!
  • + 10
 Anyone else find it ironic that Tahnee said something along the lines how world cups should be more elite last season yet her brother who is more than skilled enough to be there can’t race due to not having enough points due to injury and mechanicals. That’s a guy with a clear financial advantage and politics might make it so he can race when someone with more points can’t at their home race in ft William. Screw the points and who cares if a few guys and gals don’t quite belong end up on the hill. let the qualification runs speak for themselves. Add a c practice if you need to.
  • + 9
 5am to 7am lol
  • + 1
 @mtbmaniatv: I'm willing to bet Kaos would get up early if it meant he could race this weekend.
  • - 3
 Exactly... If anything they should remove the slowest from the scene... The women ride slower than the bottom 25% of the men..
  • + 1
 @RudeDH: you would be smoked by 100% of all female riders (elite and jun.) and thats a fact.

If you don't like watching the women race -> dont watch it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

and IMO Rachel, Tahnee & PomPom have a kickass riding style
  • + 9
 Im sure he's not the only one. just saying... " there are currently 4 British riders with more points than Kaos and a higher UCI ranking who do not have enough points for World Cup qualifications.. "
  • + 12
 +1 to see Jono Jones compete.
  • + 12
 How many Schrute bucks for a UCI point?
  • + 9
 Not fair if he gets a jersey over Lachlan Blair, Jono Jones, Sam Dale and Kenta Gallagher though, should be points order from there out.....
  • + 5
 I agree with that to a degree, but from the BCF standpoint there is some development agenda. Kaos is clearly on the up slope of his race lifecycle... The other three are either on the plateau or the declining part of the curve.
  • + 8
 Instagram edits don’t count as points. WOOMMMMPPP Woommmmpp
  • + 8
 A perfect time to try his hand at professional FIM e-bike racing
  • + 8
 Pro team making a basic mistake, WTF !
  • + 14
 These teams are "pro" but they're probably operating on less funding than your local taco chain. We aren't talking about an F1 team here. Just saying, it's definitely not "pro" but it's also somewhat understandable when you look at their budgets and how many employees probably do 100 different things
  • + 3
 Want to race World Cups? You will need at least 40 UCi points. If you gained any points this weekend, for example, they last for 12 months only from the day you got them so you have to keep topping them up.

You can apply to your National Federation for consideration and wear their jersey as they can take three spots in both men and women. Think of it as a 'Wild Card'.

In the UK we have a round of the WC at Fort William, as the host nation we are allocated 8 jerseys (spots) for Wild Cards in both men and women.

Page 80 is the points table.

www.uci.org/docs/default-source/rules-and-regulations/4mtb-e-1.01.2019---final---ok-publication.pdf?sfvrsn=9954e8cc_16

I hope that helps!
  • + 3
 I am not fast enough either. So I will be missing the race. I am also a bad footballer and singer so had to peruse a different career to pay for my mortgage. Head down, train hard, enter some races, get enough points if you can and come in strong and motivated. Nobody is here to just give you an entry.There are many riders who chase the minor places who live on the bubble financially to chase the dream, its also not for the fast riders to not show up to races to allow the slower riders in, the fast boys need competitive races to know where they are and be up to speed.
  • + 4
 I reckon everyone making a massive deal of this!! He’s young, he’s an amazing rider... if he’s good enough and he wants to race he has many wc’s To look forward to. Stop making stuff up !!
  • + 8
 What's the admin error??
  • - 39
flag bman33 (Apr 22, 2019 at 11:41) (Below Threshold)
 Exactly. The gestapo at the UCI needs to immediately address what ever error it is and resolve it. Kaos isn't some random barely making the cut from an unknown team. He is a top rider and 'admin error', regardless of the origin, isn't a valid excuse at this level. Figure it out UCI and British Cycling.
  • + 37
 @bman33: I would disagree with him being a top rider. Even healthy he has missed qualifications multiple races. Maybe he found his speed during the off season. To me however, he has not proved he can hang with the top boys.
  • + 13
 @bman33: admin error was from the team, not the UCI. Perhaps they miscalculated his points, simple as that, and they thought they were safe.
  • + 12
 @bman33 @brncr6 not sure it's a UCI admin error—their post says "an admin error from the team".
  • + 8
 @bman33: It says 'Team' admin error, so I imagine they counted up the UCI points he had racked up thinking he was OK to race, but actually missed some important detail or counted wrong. UCI aren't always to blame.
  • - 16
flag bman33 (Apr 22, 2019 at 11:52) (Below Threshold)
 @Zafotheviking: Ok, let me rephrase that. He is a well known younger rider, on a prominent team. He has plenty of coverage, even a few Red Bull TV website articles featuring him. If he truly missed all the points due to not performing, fair enough. However, seems the injury alone wasn't enough to pull him from Maribor, the 'admin error' was. BS regardless.
  • + 6
 @bman33: 'and an admin error from the team' not UCI's fault. Read it properly.
  • + 8
 @bman33: I can't see what the UCI has done wrong on this one, the statement pretty clearly says that is was an admin error by the team that contributed to him missing out. He is spectacularly fun to watch and has potential but with the limited places there are other races who have earnt more points who are missing out too. He was on my fantasy team and I'm sure we will see more of him.
  • - 13
flag bman33 (Apr 22, 2019 at 11:55) (Below Threshold)
 @brianpark: That is why I mentioned 'regardless of origin' to address the admin error itself. If it was truly him not making points, fine. However, the way it was written seems to portray some type of team UCI submission(s) may have missed a deadline? The guy should be at Maribor racing.
  • - 13
flag bman33 (Apr 22, 2019 at 11:58) (Below Threshold)
 @jamesbriancrilly: Properly read.....see my 'regardless of origin' caveat on my first comment and my subsequent follow ups. Thanks for playing though. :-D
  • + 4
 ask his parent, his managers.
  • + 19
 @bman33: sorry but there is more than one guy being a "pro" because his dad runs the team, and all of them want to race WCs...the regs are there for everybody..and if you don't have the points, you don't race WCs, end of the story..there is no error here, just your top rider not being active enough
  • + 6
 @Zafotheviking: I agree. I love watching Kaos, but he seems more like a top freerider than a too racer.
  • + 2
 @oskimtb: well said
  • - 1
 @Zafotheviking: check you facts....
  • + 25
 @DirtyDee: Nailed it! As a team with a leading female and one that has developed young riders in the junior field, we have never had to worry about points. Since Kaos' move to Elite, we did not realise how the injury from last year would effect his points (with surgery on his collar bone putting him out of racing for the rest of 201Cool . In February Kaos had enough points to race the World Cups... since then he could not compete in the DH in Rotorua due to injury. This and another race meant those points he did have have been knocked off. It is a simple admin error from the team - NOT the UCI. We will have this exciting young racer back up there ASAP!
  • + 9
 @DirtyDee: Nailed it! As a team with a leading female and one that has developed young riders in the junior field, we have never had to worry about points. Since Kaos' move to Elite, we did not realise how the injury from last year would effect his points (with surgery on his collar bone putting him out of racing for the rest of 201Cool . In February Kaos had enough points to race the World Cups... since then he could not compete in the DH in Rotorua due to injury. This and another race meant those points he did have have been knocked off. It is a simple admin error from the team - NOT the UCI. We will have this exciting young racer back up there ASAP!
  • + 5
 @MarcusBrody: The next gen of freeracers following in Brendan Fairlcough's footsteps.
  • + 64
 @Zafotheviking:

Kaos was in his first year Elite last year, in his first Elite World Cup he came 36th. He ranked higher than Finn Iles and Matt Walker. He then punctured at the next round in fort William in qualifications. Unfortunately, while also showing his talent and competing the full crankworx series, he broke his collarbone, with complications that put him out for a whole year. Not only has he proved himself as a stylish rider but to say he doesn’t have the speed is obviously someone who doesn’t watch the riders first hand, week in week out.

There was a miscalculation of points, and as we are no longer a UCI team as if this year, your point score must be higher. Once realised FMD applied for a jersey but they had already gone.
  • + 6
 @SupaTone: Cheers for clarifying that Tony, bit of a crap one to start the season but he'll be back soon, good luck to all the team this year!
  • + 3
 Get Kaos to do the track preview on Redbull TV!! (Doesn’t his big sis have an in there...?!)
  • + 5
 I meant “Elite” team not UCI, and actually that makes no difference in points either ???? complicated stuff see ????
  • + 2
 @Patsplit: There would certainly be worse things. I love watching guys who ride with style. I wish him luck with his speed, but I'm still excited to see him ride even if he's coming in 100th. There aren't tons of riders like that.
  • - 1
 @tahneeseagrave: Then there is a UCI bit that sucks. I'll have to read into this. What does it take for a team to become "elite" so that you need fewer points to compete? Is it some kind of status gained from good results in previous year(s) or is it simply a status a team can buy. No need answer all that for me personally (you should be riding your bike) but it would be cool if someone could point me in the right direction. If it is a status a team can just buy, that would suck. Either way, I hope to see Kaos race again. I definitely do think he's one of the top riders of the new generation and of course his riding style makes for great viewing!
  • + 3
 @SupaTone: name change needed to “NotSoSupaTone” ?
Wink
  • + 1
 @brianpark: thanks, I missed that part.
Sucks got to sit out the race.
  • + 2
 @tahneeseagrave: and that puts the pinkbike commenters in place. Tune in tomorrow for there next rant. Keep up the good work tahnee & team
  • + 5
 @Zafotheviking: Classic...A guy from Oklahoma claiming a elite rider can't hang with the boys. He is the boys.
  • + 2
 @vinay: The team has to have so many riders on the team and be team ranked in the top 15 based on results from the past year. Then they buy the rest of their way into that "elite" team status. It gives them premium pit space and other perks.

www.uci.org/inside-uci/constitutions-regulations/regulations
You will want to read Part IV: Mountain Bike > Chapter XIII: UCI Elite MTB Teams
  • + 1
 @Patsplit: Thanks for the explanation! The bit about good results in the previous season, I think that is fair.
  • + 2
 Page 80 shows exactly how hard it is to get 40 points at a UCi event/s to race World Cups. Competition is fierce and some will say rightly so.

www.uci.org/docs/default-source/rules-and-regulations/4mtb-e-1.01.2019---final---ok-publication.pdf?sfvrsn=9954e8cc_16
  • + 3
 I think it’s fair that even more famous or known riders go thru the same thing that new upcoming riders. Keep it the same for everyone.
  • + 5
 I'd let him in based on that name alone.
  • + 1
 Might have to do what every other rider that wants to race world cups does. RACE other races to get points, it’s no easy ride to become a top level World Cup rider. He may have to miss a few world cups to get points racing nationals etc. He didn’t even attend the first UK national DH. Those races are what make good World Cup riders just look at the list of UK riders that have come through the ranks.
  • + 3
 UK nationals do not have points, only Fort William does and it doesn’t offer much at all, especially when it is a stacked field.
  • + 4
 But not due to lack of style!
  • + 0
 Hey All FMD are cool I’m sure Kaos’s Da and Mum feel really bad about it all. It is a family run team, yeah a painful learning experience do all I’m sure.
Hang in there Kaos were all routing for you, go chase those points and Hope British Cycling come through!
Good luck!
  • + 3
 Shouldn't a pro rider know how many UCI points they have and how many they need to enter the World Cup...
  • + 3
 Look at @SupaTone comments up there ^
He’s quite clear it was just a cock up, he had points, got injured, points expired. Not the end of the world, Kaos is young and he’s got plenty of time to make up for this.
  • + 13
 @pimpin-gimp: Why bother reading anything when you can just glance at the headline then proceed directly to shitposting.
  • + 2
 @Rucker10: what is "reading"?
  • + 2
 @jaame: It’s like jerkin it, but for your brain.
  • + 1
 @Rucker10: wow, it sounds sexy!
  • + 3
 Time to find a new team Kaos
  • + 2
 @MX298: Thanks to some doping, UCI now has a claim in EWS. Randy has plenty of Enduro points so....
  • + 1
 Any reason he can’t race with the British Cycling jersey for the Maribor World Cup? Not enough notice or time to coordinate? Maybe somebody already has it for Maribor?
  • + 4
 The team was too late to that party! Team Admin Error
  • + 3
 WHO?
  • + 1
 Points might’ve been in short order. It it appears that points weren’t.
  • + 1
 My third Fantasy Pick that is missing Maribor already.... Maybe I should replace the GOAT, before something happens to him
  • + 3
 Ffs
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 Sounds like the injuries put him behind the but admin error was the nail in the coffin. Own up to it FMD!
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 That's some lame stuff right there.
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 lol that's a big mistake!
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 What a shame. So how many UCI points for a win at the IXS cup the past weekend. Thats how the tesm safed energy for the WC he does not ride now!?!
Dont follow your sister to much! RACE RACE RACE and get points!
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 just let the man ride his bike down the hill for crying out loud
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 He stays on my team, and I'll double his training load.
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 Oh my Eek this is sad! This sucks Frown
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 There goes my fantasy league party team
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 Could #Randy take his place now that he is partying with Transition?
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 Points? ? ?
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 Wasnt there a qualifier yesterday?
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 When was the last time someone saw him flying with both wheels pointing forward? Behave damn it! Smile
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 DAMN!
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 Tough.
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 MATH IS HARD, MMMKAY?!
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 major bummer
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 BS!!!!!
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