Match the characteristics of each type of racing
1) ROAD RACING
2) MOUNTAIN BIKE
4) ROAD RACING - CRITERIUM
5) ROAD RACING - TIME TRIAL
a. A mass start event set up on a closed course typically a mile or less
b. Obstacles such as barriers, stairs, unrideably steep hills, or logs force the rider to get off and remount their bike multiple times a lap.
c. This race can be done either individually or as a team in a race against the clock.
d. These races allow drafting and tend to be quite fast.
e. This race is kind of like a steeplechase, but on a bike, with courses that can consist of grass, dirt, mud, pavement, short, steep hills, off-camber sections and a few obstacles.
f. These races are created based on distance instead of time and typically range from 30-60 miles in length.
g. These races begin with a staggered mass start where everyone in a specific category starts together.
h. This race does not allow for drafting and everyone starts on their own in 30 seconds to one minute intervals.
i. Racers compete for 30-60 minutes by racing multiple laps around a short course (typically 1.5-2 miles).
j. Drafting is allowed and team tactics will definitely come into play
k. One type of this race, short track cross-country is an endurance-oriented event that features off-road racing on a short circuit.
l. Racers do repeated laps of the course for a pre-determined amount of time - usually 30 to 90 minutes.
m. These off-track races typically only lasts 20 minutes as competitors start and finish fast.
1) RR - f, g, j
2) MTB - g, k, m
3) CX - b, e, g, i l
4) Crit - a, d, g, j, l
5) TT - c, h