HQ (Numbers, Result Board, Signing On Sheet & Refreshments)
The old road, signed ‘Sizergh Castle’ from the A590 approx 150yards south west of the roundabout junction with the A591. Postcode LA8 8DZ. Unfortunately we cannot provide toilet facilities.
A Copy of the Risk Assessment will be available at HQ with the signing-on sheet (which you must sign)
Directions to start: When leaving the HQ lane, riders must turn left onto the A590, proceed NE to roundabout, encircle roundabout and proceed SW on A590 to the start. Distance to start is approx 1¼ miles.
Please pay attention to the road surface conditions which may have deteriorated somewhat due to bad winter weather.
The following Local Regulations have been approved by the National Committee in accordance with Regulation 38. Any breaches may lead to disciplinary action being taken.
Local Reg 5 In ALL events, competitors prior to starting are not permitted to ride past the finish timekeeper during the duration of the event.
Local Reg 6 Any competitor making a “U” turn in the vicinity of the start or finish will be disqualified from the event
Local Reg 10 Course L1015 – warming up on the course is not permitted during the duration the event.
Local Reg 12 Course L1015 - no parking on the car park or the frontage of the Strickland Arms.
Local Reg 15 Riders must keep to the left hand side of the road except when overtaking. Failure to comply with the above may lead to disqualification.
In addition to the above
Riders must give their number at the finish and elsewhere on the course if requested
Riders must NOT STAND in the road at the start or finish (This constitutes obstruction and is a breach of Regulations)
Riders must NOT ride with their heads down
Helmets: All competitors under the age of 18 and/or JUNIORS must wear a HELMET of HARD/SOFT SHELL construction that conforms to a recognised Standard (See Regulation 15). Cycling Time Trials strongly recommends ALL competitors to wear such a helmet.
COMPETITORS MACHINE-LIGHTS. CTT recommends 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.