Event HQ, The Red Lion Inn, Langthwaite, Arkengarthdale (open from 1.00pm for numbers) Sat Nav. DL11 6RE. Parking is limited at the HQ. There is parking along the main road and in the car park in the village.
In the interest of your own safety Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters strongly advise you wear a hard shell helmet that meets an internationally accepted safety standard. It is also recommended that a working rear light either flashing or constant is fitted to the machine in a position clearly visible to following road users and is active whilst the machine is in use.
The numbers will be available from the event HQ, The Red Lion Inn.
All riders to “Sign On” when collecting numbers.
Please return numbers afterwards to the HQ.
A copy of the risk assessment will be displayed in the HQ. Any other significant risks that have been identified on the day of the event will be displayed in this area.
Parking is limited at the HQ. There is parking along the main road and in the car park in the village.
No cars other than the Event Officials, to be parked at the Start/Finish area.
No U turns in sight of the start or finish.
No ‘warming up’ by riders on the course after the event has started.
No ‘Turbo Trainers’ are to be used for warming up within 100metre of inhabited properties.
In the interests of your own safety, Cycling Time Trials and the Event promoters, strongly advise all riders to wear a HARD SHELL HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard.
All competitors under the age of 18 years MUST wear a properly affixed helmet, which must be of hard/soft shell construction.
Results Board will be in the HQ.
Please have a safe and enjoyable ride.
Any additional risks identified on the day will be on display at the HQ.
Start on unclassified road Stang Lane that runs from Langthwaithe towards Barnard Castle. The start is opposite Nothern gate post of entrance to field situated on the East side of unclassified road Stang Lane, leading to Barnard Castle, approximatle 100 meters North from Eskeleth Bridge, and just past the turning on the left of the road to Eskeleth. From the start continue North Easterly up the hill to finish at Southern tip of layby identified by the County Durham and Welcome to Teesdale sign at the county boundary on the crest of the hill. Distance 2.33 miles, height at top 771 feet, 833 feet of climbing, 6.83% average gradient, steepest gradient 18%.