2021 Time Trials

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Weekly 10 mile time trials starting 29th April 2021

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).

NEW FOR 2021 Road Bike Time Trials

Perfect for those new to time trials and for those who want to practice their race winning solo breakaway

Thursday 13th May and Sunday 13th June, more dates to come. All the details here

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


Other new things coming in 2021

We’ll be trying a few new things this year

  • first 6-10 start times will be reserved for female competitors to allow riders to directly race against each other – its definitely more fun when you have a chance to race down your rival
  • equal prize money for men and women – we’ve actually done this for a few years but we will change the the prize format to make it stronger and more visible
  • Card payments!
  • Like last season, it is now mandatory to have a red flashing light. No lightey-no ridey.

Coronavirus and all that

We need to follow CTT guidance to run the events. This affects what we do at the start line and at the HQ.

Please take a few minutes to look at the guidance below. Also check back here from time to time as things may change.

To be updated – This was the 2020 document:

9.07.20 C&CCC Covid-19 safe requirements fotr club TT events. Rev B (Final)

League Tables

The league format will have 4-5 Divisions depending on entry levels, with riders placed into a division based on their ability against the clock.

We hope this format promotes competition. Competitors of similar ability compete against each other, irrespective of their age or gender. If you are a 75 year-old who regularly achieves 27 mins, you will compete against any other riders posting similar times.

The full league rules can be seen on the Rules page.