OTLEY CYCLE CLUB
50 Mile Open Time Trial to be held on Sunday 26th June 2016
Promoted for & on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their Rules & Regulations
First Rider off at 0804 hours
Event Sec.James Cullen, 29 Harecroft Road, Otley, West Yorks, LS21 2BG
Tel: 07534003976 please use to text DNS Apols or email to email@example.com
Timekeepers:Joyce & Keith Webb
Event HQ is the Aldborough Village Hall next to St. Andrews Church. YO51 9ER is a near postcode for sat nav use. Please collect and return your number to the hall where the signing on sheet and results will be displayed. Refreshments, changing area and toilets are available but no showers. Please note that shoe plates are not to be worn in the main hall. If parking in the village please be considerate to the local residents and do not park directly outside homes or use turbo trainers in the village.
The main public car park less than one mile away in Boroughbridge is nearer the start/finish.
Directions to Start:Distance to start from HQ is approx. 2.5 miles; or less than 2 miles from the public car parking in Boroughbridge. From the HQ leave northwest out of Aldborough right onto the B6265. Follow the road through Boroughbridge (past turnings signed to main public car park) and turning right at the T-junction staying on the B6265 going north over the river. Bear left at the Langthorpe roundabout. Straight through Kirby Hill to roundabout junction with A168 (on the course). Take first exit south the start is immediately on the right. A map will be displayed at the HQ.
At finish return to
Boroughbridge/Alborough by continuing past timekeeper on A168 back to Kirby Hill
roundabout and take first exit.
No parking other than officials at the start and finish.
Awards:1st Fastest £30 2nd Fastest £20 3rd Fastest £15 4th Fastest £10 1st Female £25
Fastest Team (3 On Aggregate) £10 each
In the interests of your own safety Cycling Time Trials strongly advise you to wear a HARD SHELL HELMET that meets an internationally accepted safety standard. In accordance with Regulation 15 junior competitors must wear protective HARD SHELL HELMETS. 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. Marshals will be positioned at major road junctions, and ‘turn’ roundabouts to aid the rider and are not there to stop traffic. CTT recommends that a working rear light, either flashing or constant, is fitted to your bike in a position clearly visible to following road users, and is active whilst the bike is in use.