Sunday, 19th May 2019
– Doors open at 9:00am
Hillingdon Cycle Circuit
Registration is now open for the 2018 Interclub Time Trial hosted by Hillingdon Slipstreamers. All riders from ANY club – or riders not even in a club – are very welcome to take part. If you happen to be free on Sunday 19th May 2019 and fancy trying out a Time Trial, do come and join us. Scroll down to find out more...
This event will be run under CTT rules and regulations. No drafting allowed. Helmets must be worn. CTT has no policy on gear restrictions, however as a BC affiliated club and in the interest of fair competition and child well being, we ask that riders use no more than their allocated youth gears. The BBQ will be hot, the racing hotter. Refreshments and entertainment throughout the day. Bring a picnic!
Anyone may enter – and if you are a Hillingdon Slipstreamers
Member, we hope you will do so as well! But you don’t have to be part of
a club either – if you are a cycilst and want to give it a go, you are
very welcome to do so. There is no minimum age or maximum age restriction and all ages may enter, even mums, dads, grandma and granddad.
per rider per race.
Location: Hillingdon Cycle
Circuit, UB4 0LP
Distance: Maximum 16 laps (10.1 miles), minimum 8 laps (5.05 miles)
Registration: 9am circuit and club house open. Race briefing and sign-on
NOTE: Sign-on closes 20 minutes before each race. Be sure to arrive in good time to avoid any delays and missing your start time.
For 2019, we will be hosting 5 Time Trial races, as follows:
10:00 - Race 1: U14/U16 with a Senior Rider Two-Up 10 mile Team Time Trial
11:00 - Race 2: U8 / U10 Individual Time Trial covering 8 laps of the medium circuit (5.05 miles)
12:00 - Race 3: Mum's and Dad's 10 Mile Individual Time Trial
13:00 - Race 4: U12 10 Mile Individual Time Trial
14:30 Race 5: U14 / U16 10 Mile Individual Time Trial
Each heat will be followed by prize giving to the fastest Boy and Girl of each age category (10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) plus medals for each 2nd/3rd place, plus team prizes.
A few things to note: