What are time trials? Time Trials are ridden as a test against the clock … and yourself. The minimum distance for a time trial is generally 10 miles but shorter races are permitted. Most races are at fixed distances (10. 25, 50 and 100 miles) or fixed time (12 and 24 hours). Riders start at one-minute intervals, or sometimes more, and cover the course alone and without taking pace from other competitors or vehicles. If one competitor is caught by another, the CTT regulations require the overtaken rider to fall back behind the other to a distance where they are getting no shelter or help from the faster rider. At least 50 yards/metres is suggested.. READ MORE
Club Evening TT Series
The club organises an evening Time Trials on Wednesday evenings from April to August every year at a variety of locations but mostly from Harrietsham on the A20.
Non members are able to enter these events but priority is given to SFA members and, at times, there may not be enough slots available.
All riders are expected to help with at least one event - choose a date from the published schedule and book it with the Time Trial Secretary
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Open Time Trials
Open Times Trials are more formal events open to members of all affiliated clubs.
San Fairy Ann Cycling Club organises two Open events; a 50 mile TT in May and a 10 mile in June.
Details can be found in Time Trials Schedule section along with other Club Time Trial events.
Club members enter events organised by other clubs throughout the year.
For more information about time trialing at San Fairy Ann have a look this area of the site and read the comprehensive notes on the Cycling Time Trials' Web site https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/