If you missed the Club Champs Time Trial event last Saturday (14th October 2017), you are very welcome to have a go at this on Saturday 21st October during the early session only. If you took part in the first event last weekend, and had a mechanical or miscalculated your laps, you may have another go tomorrow.
If you are planning to join in, there are a few things to take note of, as follows:
- Rules and regulations: follow this link here to visit our dedicated page on the event that includes everything you need to know about bikes, equipment and gearing.
- Sign-On: This will be from 8am – 8.20am. You need to be signed on at the main desk and registered on the Club Champs TT system by 8.25am.
- Start Time: Races will start at 8.30am sharp at the judges hut – not the front of the clubhouse.
- Gear checks will take place on the apron – allow enough time for this after sign on.
- If you want to pre-register (it’s not mandatory) on our TT system, be sure to do so quickly – NOTE you still need to sign on at the main desk first before you may ride:
- The Time Trial event is open to ALL Members [any age group] who wish to do a Time Trial – BUT riders who have not yet done their Club Champs TT will have priority over anyone else wanting to ride if they wish to participate in the Champs.
- If you are late, you will miss out – no exceptions. Spare a thought for the Volunteers who make these events happen: please be on time – it’s the courteous thing to do.
- No adults are allowed to ride in the Time Trials during Club Champs.
Note that the regular session sign on commences as normal from 8.45am and closes at 9.30am.
If you cannot make the Time Trial event, that doesn’t mean you cannot participate in future events so please do make a note of the next ones coming up by visiting this page here. If you want to keep a running tally of your placement in this year’s champs, visit this page here to work out how the points are calculated.
If you have any questions regarding the Club Championships, feel free to email the Admin Team or talk to a volunteer. Do also visit the Slipstreamers in Action section of our News Hub for more fantastic reports from our wonderful young writers and cycling adventurers!