Maldon & District Cycling Club
Open 25 Mile Time Trial
Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their rules and regulations
Sunday 8th May 2016 Course E21/25a
Event Secretary: David Dodsworth. 120 Beehive Lane, Chelmsford Essex CM2 9SH.
Tel. 07736 621103
Time keepers: John Cottee Brenda Hall
THIS IS A QUALIFYING EVENT FOR SPOCO S.E 2016 Group 2
THIS IS A LEAGUE EVENT FOR WERL 2016
PRIZES All Groups: 1st £20 2nd £15 3rd £10 Fastest Team Of Three- £5 each
1st Lady Group B £20, 2nd Lady Group B £15, 1st Lady Groups C & D £20
WINNER TO HOLD “JOHN NORRIS “ TROPHY FOR ONE YEAR
Event HQ is at Steeple Village Hall, turn left opposite the Steeple Star then immediate left into narrow entrance. There is limited parking at the HQ, please park with consideration to residents and keep noise to a minimum.
To reach the start turn right out of village hall to T-junction where right on B1021 towards Mayland, it is a 2-3 minute ride.
Course E 21/25a
START West of Steeple at drain about 20 yards south of TP no. 6 and proceed east through steeple on Maldon road. Continue East on Bradwell road to join B1021 at Bradwell old Queen’s Head. Continue on past the garage on the right ignoring this and the next right turn to take the third turning right, Woodyards (M) then left at T junction(M), first left (M) and left again (M) to rejoin B1021. Retrace past start to turn left into Grange Rd, opposite Mayland Mill (M). At T junction turn left(M) into Green Lane to Asheldham. Left (M) onto B1021 via Tillingham to Bradwell old Queen’s Head. Turn left (M) and continue to Finish at drain opposite TP1, just east of Stansgate Road, Steeple
The following precautions should be taken at the start and finish areas:
NUMBERS AND SIGNING ON WILL BE AT THE EVENT HQ
IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR OWN SAFETY. Cycling Time Trials and the Event Promoters strongly advise that you wear a HARD SHELL SAFTEY HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard. ALL RIDERS UNDER THE AGE OF 19 ON 31ST DECEMBER 2014 MUSTWEAR SUCH A HELMET
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.