King of the Mountain (KOM) Competition
- This race has a King of the Mountain Hot Spot.
- Masters and Ladies members in the seeded groups will receive points for the first three places per group at the Hot Spot
- You need to finish the race to receive your points. If you DNF you loose your KOM points for that race.
- At the end of the season the King of the Mountain per racing group will be crowned
- At the Hot Spot there will be two marshals recording rider numbers as they cross the line. They will be standing two or three meters before 
   the line so that they can see rider numbers on your back.
   Please make sure your number and group letter is visible. Number to be pinned lower left side of shirt, on your back pocket of your shirt. 
   NOT in the middle of your back. First three positions recorded for points system.
- The following circuits make up the King of the Mountain series:
   Maitland / Lake Farm Circuit 53km 
  
Hot spot is on the top of 1 km Hill, approximately 35km into race. The line is on the flat section after the slight dip at the top of 1km hill,
   Butterfield / Maitland Circuit 55km  
   Hot spot is on the highest point of Maitland Hill, approximately 35km into race. The line is on the crest just before descending down again.
   George Jacobs Circuit 66km 
  
Hot spot is on the top of 5K Hill on the 1st loop of the circuit, approximately 25km into race. The line is on the crest before going to Cows
   Corner.
   New Top Herald Circuit 60km 
   Hot spot is on the highest point of Maitland Hill, approximately 42km into race. The line is on the crest just before descending down again.
   Five Hills Circuit 65km  
   Hot spot is on Theescombe Hill (Welcome Avenue), approximately 37km into race. The line is on the crest of the hill. The road has started to
   flatten out already. There is a new white line lower down the hill which is not our line.
   Figure Eight Circuit 56km  
   Hot spot is on The Wall, approximately 20km into race. The line is on the crest of the hill before it flattens out.
     
Masters and Ladies Cycling Club 2017