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Notes for competitors, marshals and timekeepers at 10 Mile Time Trial’s

Every Tuesday night from mid April to mid September

For safety reasons all races start at 7pm sharp. All competitors should be at the cemetery car park at least 15 minutes before the start of the event (6:45pm) to ensure a prompt start.

Please park in the Cemetery car park and not at the Start, Turn or Finish areas. Vehicles parked in these areas create extra hazards for competitors and other road users.

Timekeepers responsibilities

To ensure they have the start sheet and the watches prior to the event.

To be at the cemetery 15 minutes before the start of the race.

To ensure the event starts on time.

To ensure the cones and warning signs are set out at the start and finish areas.

To wear a "Hi Visibility" Jacket.

The timekeeper may refuse to start the event if :-

  1. competitors are not ready on time
  2. light conditions are poor
  3. visibility is poor

Turn marshals responsibilities

To collect the signs, flags, cones, safety jackets and numbers from the club rooms, ensuring they are available at the cemetery by 6:45pm.

To set out the warning signs (facing both directions) at the turn point and at the Inverness junction.

To wear a "Hi Visibility" Jacket and use a red flag to warn motorists of cyclists turning in the road.

Pusher off / marshals responsibilities

All marshal’s & helpers are to wear "Hi Visibility" Jacket while on the course.

Competitors responsibilities

To be on time.

To wear a race number.

To have a rear light fitted to the bike for the April, late August and September races.

To ride safely and to go round the marshal at the turn only if it safe to do so.

To be sporting and have fun.

Last modified: Saturday April 13, 2019 14:54