World Horse Welfare, Hall Farm, Snetterton, NR16 2LR (open from 07:00)
This is a new course measured in 2016 which is to be used for the Men's National 25 mile Time Trial Championship on Sunday 7th August.
Numbers These will be in the Race HQ and not at the start. Please sign on before collecting your number.
Refreshments will also be available in the handing in their numbers will be provided with a free drink.
Parking Please park at Hall Farm, and NOT near the start or in the layby at the finish.
Getting to the start The start is approximately 2.8 miles (4.5 km) from the HQ. Leave the car park and turn left down Ada Cole Avenue. At the bottom, turn left, follow road to cross over A11 (bridge). Continue until the T-junction (sliproad), and turn left then right after 100 metres.
Once you have passed the finish continue on A11 to the Larling sliproad. Turn left 100m before T-junction and retrace route to HQ.
The use of Turbo Trainers is banned at this East District event.
U-turns will not be permitted on the course or on roads adjacent to the start and finish areas while the event is in progress. NOTE: A U-TURN is defined as a 180 degree turn completed within the width of the carriageway whilst astride the bicycle. It is recommended that the rider(s) should dismount, check the road is clear in both directions then with the bicycle walk across the road.
No riding along the course by competitors once the event has started. Any breaking of these regulations in the first case may mean disqualification from the event. Further cases will be referred to the District Committee.
LED REAR LIGHTS - IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A WORKING REAR LIGHT EITHER FLASHING OR CONSTANT IS FITTED TO THE MACHINE IN A POSITION VISIBLE TO FOLLOWING ROAD USERS AND IS ACTIVE WHILST THE MACHINE IS IN USE.
IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR OWN SAFETY
Cycling Time Trials and the Event Promoter strongly advise you to wear a hard-shell helmet that meets internationally accepted safety standard.
All competitors under the age of 16 years and/or juniors must wear properly affixed protective helmets which must be of hard/soft shell construction. Helmets should conform to recommended standard such as SHELL B95, ANZI Z90.4, AUS/NZS 2063:96, DIN 33-954m, CPSC or EN1078.
It is the responsibility of the rider (or parent/guardian) if the rider is under 18 years of age to:-
a) Select a standard of protective headgear that offers protection against head injury and does not restrict the rider's vision or hearing
b) Ensure that the headgear is properly fitted, is undamaged and in good condition