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Edited by Bikex on 31-03-2018 19:32
Actual Tasks:

Actual Tasks:

Riders Development: Download - Information
Research: Download - Information
Scouting Round 4: Download - Information
Scouting Round 2: Download - Information
Scouting Round 1: Download - Information
Race Selection
Race Planning: Information - Download
U23 Selections + Budgetplanning
Round 2.3
Round 2.2
FA Biding Round 2: Download - Information
Transfers Round 1
FA Biding Round 1: Download - Information
Renewals: Download - Information
Steals: Download - Information

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Edited by Bikex on 25-08-2017 11:23
ICL FAQ & Rules

#1 Transfer Season
The ICL Transfer season is splitted into 3 rounds, the first two rounds consist of a Free Agent biding round and a round in which you can make transfers between different teams. The third round only consists of a Free Agent round. After transfers you'll need to have filled your team. WT teams must have at least 25 riders, CT teams 18 and U23 development teams 8.
1.1 Free Agent Biding
Free Agent biding happens in two parts. A sheet is uploaded containing all riders without a contract. You can offer each of those riders a wage which will have to be at least the minimum wage of the rider. If you are the only one to bid on that rider you get him. If several teams are biding on the same rider and the leading bids are close together, there will be another round, in which those teams can improve their offer. You cannot pull out of a rider negotiation if you are in a tie break but have to bid at least 90% of your previous bid. After that round the rider signs to the team with the highest bid.
1.2 Transfers between Teams
In this round deals between different teams can be made involving money and cyclists. This happens in a seperate thread.

#2 Season Planning
After transfers are done, teams will have to select races which they'd like to ride. As soon that is done there is going to be a race planning sheet uploaded with that teams can decide which riders to enter into what race. Every rider has to ride at least 20 race days. Around that time you'll also need to select 3 focus races. The performance of your team in those races has an influence on your next season's budget.

#3 WT Rider CT Race Eligibility
WT riders with AVG 74,5 or less are allowed to enter CT.2 races, riders with a higher AVG are not. Riders with an AVG of less than 76,0 can enter as much CT.1 races as they want. For higher AVG riders this table applies:
- 76,918
- 77,916
- 78,914
- 79,912
- 80,910
- 81,98

#4 Budget
At the beginning of the season each team gets a specific amount of money. This money can be invested into signing riders (Wages & Transfer Fees), Scouting and Research. Every team has 100 added for each Research and Scouting that is not included into the initial budget.
The size of the budget depends on the teams division, the final ranking position in the year before and how they scored in their focus races. Teams that have a development team get 1200 added to their total budget.

#5 Development Teams
Each team can have a development team which will race in their own division against development teams from other teams. Eligible to ride in a development team are riders that are 23 years at max and have an AVG of 72,0 or less. The total wage paid to all of the riders of a development team must be above 1000.

#6 Research
If there is money left after the transfer season it can be used for research. Research money can either spent for Training or Other. With the training money you can buy stat packs, which can be applied to riders to improve their overall stats.
Other things that can be bought with Research money are Potion of Youth (increasing a riders Age of Decline), Potential (increasing a riders potential), Mediator (Lowering a riders demands during renewals), Fitness Trainer (Increasing the riders race days) and Recalculating Maximum (Changing the hidden number, that determines the maximum a rider can reach). Research will be done before the season starts!
This is how much one point in the Training Table will add to the base stat: Of course there is a random factor but it will always be between 1,5% and 3% of what you are paying. So if you buy a 100 stat pack you will get between 6 and 12 points for a stat where it says 4 in the Training table.

#7 Scouting
You sign scouts and send them to different regions. After each round you get a scouting update from them including data about talents they found there. After that you can change the instructions for the scouts, depending on if you want to send him somewhere else or it is possible to focus on specific talents they found. Meaning that the report on them will be much more accurate than before.
In total there will be 10 rounds (= # of racing months). From round 8 on you are allowed to sign precontracts with riders you have found for the upcoming season.
After the 10th round closes there will be the U21 WWorld Championships with the regens and I'll share a table with all talents still available (not with their exact stats). A draft will conclude the Scouting. Teams will be ordered in the order of the turned around rankings. Also newly signing up teams will get a chance to take part in the draft, that way they are involved in the game earlier.
Besides on Scouts, budget can also be spent on Scouting packages that will be auctioned. These also include information on talents.

#8 Rankings
There are three different rankings: WorldTour, ContinentalTour, U23Tour. Also a ranking out of all rankings combined will be made, the Prestige Ranking (PR Ranking). The WT ranking will decide on which team will relegate to CT. The best CT teams in the PR Ranking will move up. In the unlikely case that a development squad is among them, the spot will go to the next CT squad. How much points a rider will get for a certain positioning will be published before the season starts.
How much each race brings can be found here: https://www.mediaf...oints.xlsx

#9 Calendar
The calendar will be published shortly before the season starts. It includes the Grand Tours and Monuments as well as other WT races. CT races are divided into the categories CT.1 and CT.2. For development teams there are U23 races, of which the Tour de l'Avenir is the most prestigious.

#10 Schedule

Free Agency & Transfers
- R1.1 : FA
- R1.2 : FA Tiebreaker
- R1.3 : Transfers between teams
- R2.1 : FA
- R2.2 : FA Tiebreaker
- R2.3 : Transfers between teams
- R3.1 : FA
- R3.2 : FA Tiebreaker
- Filling up teams with FAs on first come first serve

Season Planning
- Rider Planning
- Deciding on Focus Races



#11 World Cup
Palm ClassicSprint
Clasica di Tirreno - AdriaticoSprint
Milano - SanremoSprint
Vattenfall CyclassicsSprint
Paris - ToursSprint
Omloop Het NieuwsbladCobbles
Ronde van VlaanderenCobbles
Paris - RoubaixCobbles
Richmond CriteriumCobbles
Strade BiancheHills
Roma MaximaHills
Amstel Gold RaceHills
Liège - Bastogne - LiègeHills
Clasica Ciclista San SebastianHills
Bucaramanga ClassicHills
Il LombardiaHills
Trofeo CampaniaTimeTrial
GP LuxembourgTimeTrial
Chrono des NationsTimeTrial

Individual Rankings
There will be minor rankings for every terrain type. All combined will be the World Cup.
The top 20 will get these number of points:

Team World Cup

For the team rankings the top 10 teams will get points. For that the finishing positions of their top 3 riders counts, the lower the better, if two teams have the same number, the best finishing rider counts for the tie break. The best team will get 10 points until the 10th will get 1.

#12 Database
A quick overview on the columns included in the database:
A - Rider ID
B, C, D, E - Obvious
F - Rider Average
G - S - Stats of the rider
T - Wage
U, V - Birthdate and Age
W - Potential
X - Race Days
Y - Division of the team the rider is in
Z, AA, AB, AC - Whether the rider is National or World Champion
AD - Minimum Wage to be paid to sign the rider
AE - Continent (AF - Africa, AS - Asia, EU - Europe, NC - North&Central America, OC - Oceania, SA - South America
AF - Talent Focus (Part of wage paid not from actual budget)
AG - Loyalty (Years the rider is in Team)
AH - Age of Decline
AI - Years added to AoD through research
AJ - Last Season (1 if rider retires after season)

Edited by Bikex on 19-03-2018 18:58
this is awesome, thanks for this post
Manager of Team Coldeportes ICL17
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