2021 Time Trials

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Hill Climbs 19th and 26th August

Alrighty then, the hill climbs are here! 

Salters Lane – 9th August

A classic course in a picturesque location. Start above first cattle grid on Salters Lane (Near Hailes Abbey, Winchcombe). Finish just level with green kiosk opposite the cattle grid, just before the gate at top of hill. NB The side road with the cattle grid is a private road and the Farmer must be contacted before vehicle park on this road.
 
HQ: At the start, by the first cattle grid. https://goo.gl/maps/E89i6wkPKsmzcUJq5
Course record 2 min 48 secs set by Ben Stockdale on 20.08.20. Female record holder is Natalie Jenks at 3:52 secs on 22.08.19
Distance: 0.6 miles
Pub for a drink after: the Corner Cupboard, Winchcombe
 

Aggs Hill – 26th August

The old favourite run starting by the reservoir. Watch out for potholes under the tree near the finish. Next year could see a different version of this course starting on Harp Hill.
 
Start at foot of Aggs hill. Climb through woods, follow road to right then left bends and contine to climb. Finish approx. 20 metres before crossroads with large tree.
 
Map and profile: https://www.strava.com/segments/5187640
HQ: At the start, by the reservoir. https://goo.gl/maps/Mny76LL5qgPcGLi76
Course record is 5:28 secs by Mike Skidmore on the 29.08.19. Female record holder is Natalie Jenks at 7:12 secs on the 29.08.19. 
Distance: 1.0
Pub for a drink after: the Hewlett Arms, the bottom of Harp Hill

 

Weekly 10 mile time trials

See the calendar and essential information for dates, course information and HQ location.

See  what to do and what to expect page has detailed  information for any who are new to TTs or to our events.

The course details page gives you the low down on our club 10m course, the Teddington-Toddington-Teddington (UC706).

Check out the Results  and League Tables to see how you got on

Join the facebook group For post-race chat, photos and alerts on last minute event changes (you never know when road works will strike!)