EVENT HQ :
Tunstall Village Hall, Tunstall, Suffolk. In Tunstall village take the B1078 towards Campsea Ashe and turn immediately left (well before the garage) into a small lane, signed 'Bowls Parking'. Follow this lane round to the right to the village hall. There is limited parking in front of the hall, but plenty of room on the grass area alongside. HQ will be open for signing on from 1pm.
The police have asked for no parking of vehicles on the road near the start or finish areas
• The start is about 1.5 miles from the HQ. Please allow plenty of time to get to the start. From the HQ follow the B1078 east towards Orford to find the start just at the edge of Tunstall Forest.
• There is a zebra crossing in Eyke. You MUST give way to any pedestrians using the crossing. There is likely to be an observer situated in this area and any rider reported as failing to give way will be disqualified from the event and may be referred to the District Committee.
• There will also be an observer on the left hand bend in Tunstall Village, any rider seen crossing the white line will run the risk of being disqualified from the event.
• This is a sporting course, with a mixture of road surfaces, bends, hills and tight corners, which will test your bike handling skills..
• U-turns will not be permitted on courses or roads adjacent to Start and Finish areas while an event is in progress.
Note - Any breaking of this Regulation in the first case may mean disqualification from the event. Further cases will be referred to the District Committee.
A U-turn is defined as 180 degree turn completed within the width of the carriageway whilst astride the machine. (It is recommended that the rider(s) should dismount, check the road is clear in both directions, then with machine, walk across the road.
• Numbers will be at the HQ and not at the start.” Please exchange your number for a drink at the HQ after finishing.
• No riding along the course by competitors once the event has started.
• Competitors must not cross the white centre line on the right angle bend in the centre of Tunstall. Failure to comply with this regulation may lead to disqualification.
• Cycling Time Trials strongly recommend that riders use a rear light either flashing or constant, visible to following road users and is active while the machine is in use.
• Cycle Helmets: 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.
• All competitors under the age of 18 and/or juniors must wear a properly affixed helmet which must be of hard/soft shell construction. Helmets should conform to a recognized standard such as SNELL B95, ANSI Z90.4, AUS/NZS 2063;96, DIN 33-954, CPSC or EN 1078.It is the responsibility of the rider ( or parent or guardian if the rider is under 18 years of age) to:
(a) Select a helmet that offers protection against head injury and does not restrict the rider’s vision or hearing.
(b) Ensure that the helmet is properly fitted, is undamaged and in good condition.