Forsbrook and Blythe Bridge Village Hall, Uttoxeter Rd, Blythe Bridge , Stoke-on-Trent ST11 9NT (Open from 12.45pm)
Please, no shoe plates in the HQ and make sure no oil drops on the floor.
Refreshments will be available. Numbers will be available in the H.Q. where the result board will be situated.
Neither Stone Wheelers C.C. or Forsbrook Village Hall accept any responsibility for the safety of riders or their property.
Notes to Riders
No cycling shoes inside the Village Hall.
Take great care on the A50 in particular at the traffic islands.
Take care NOT to take the slip road to Doveridge Village (2 to 3 miles before the turn), there is no Derby bound entry slip road back onto the A50.
Be particularly vigilant after the turn when passing the slip road joining the A50 from Doveridge village.
Every effort will be made to sign and marshal the course but remember the onus is on the rider to stay on course.
DO NOT warm up on the course, there is no exit from the A50 between Blythe Bridge Island and Uttoxeter.
RIDERS ARE REMINDED OF THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS
All competitors in or on the vicinity of an event must observe the law of the land regulations to road travel. In particular in making any turn before, or after the event. Check that it is safe to do so. No U Turns in the start area. Observers are being used during this event.
Care At Road Junctions
Riders must exercise caution at all road junctions. Any competitor whose riding line causes him/her to cross the white line when approaching or leaving a junction will be liable to disqualification from the event and may be reported to the District Committee for further Disciplinary Action.
DO NOT stop on the A50 after the finish. Proceed straight the HQ.
IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR OWN SAFETY
Cycling Time Trials and the Event Promoters strongly advise you to wear a HARD SHELL HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard.
Junior/Juvenile riders MUST wear a safety helmet
It is 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