Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials under their rules and regulations.
For full details, including start times and course details, please download our event document.
Event HQ – Admiralty Park – Gate 1 Admiralty Park, Station Road, Holton Heath BH16 6JT
Numbers and signing on will be at the HQ, parking, is available at the HQ. Unfortunately due to covid restrictions we’re unable to offer tea and coffee and hand out prizes following the race. Results will be posted on CTT and Poole Wheelers Facebook and Instagram page as soon as possible. We’ll post the prizes to the winners the following day. Riders are reminded that they need to sign out after the event as well as signing in
Directions to the start
The start is just under 1.5 miles from the HQ please allow a minimum of 10 minutes to get to the start line.
Stava link: https://www.strava.com/routes/2826205070478151768
- When leaving Admirality park gates turn right.
- Continue for 200 metres until you reach the traffic lights (please be patient they will change for cyclists). Continue straight over at the traffic lights. –
- Follow the road for 1.3 miles until you reach the junction of the A35.
- -ou’ll see the start line across the road. Please turn left then right to join the start line.
1) Riders’ attention is drawn to CTT regulations particularly 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21.
2) There are emergency traffic lights at Holes Bay Roundabout for the fire Station. If the lights are ignored – Marshals have been asked to take rider numbers for disqualification.
Local South DC Regulation
3) When approaching the Bakers Arms Roundabout competitors must keep to the left until they have passed the Left Hand ‘Reduce Speed Now’ sign. A marshal will present. *See picture 1 in appendix
If this instruction is ignored – The Marshal will take the riders number for disqualification
Observers may be in attendance along the course.
IT IS A REQUIREMNT YOU HAVE A WORKING REAR LIGHT, EITHER FLASHING OR CONSTANT IS FITTED.
IN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR OWN SAFETY CYCLING TIME TRIALS STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO WEAR A HARD-SHELL HELMET THAT MEETS INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS
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