The next dates are Thursday 3rd June and Sunday 13th June. More dates may be added if they are popular.
These are perfect training, a lot of fun and a chance to test your mettle.
All you need is a standard road bike with a red rear light in operation.
Road bike TTs are serious business these days with a new national series set up by aerocoach. For our events, the equipment rules are:
- No aerobars, clip on aerobars or aero extensions
- No one piece skinsuits – wear a jersey + shorts
- Regular helmets only – helmets must have no visor and your ears can’t be covered by the helmet. So an aero road helmet like the S-Works Evade is ok, but a TT lid like the Giro Aerohead isn’t.
- Wheels must have at least 12 spokes and max rim depth of 70 mm (increased from 60mm following public pressure).
If you turn up on a TT bike or break any of the above, you can still ride and get a time but you won’t be shown in the main results. You also won’t score any points in the league season long TT league.
Except for the above, everything is exactly the same as a normal TT as set out in what do to and what to expect