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Cambridge Cycling Club

Time Trialling

Andy Grant - VTTA National Record Holder

The regulatory body for domestic time trials is Cycling Time Trials (CTT). Time trials are organised by cycling clubs for and on behalf of CTT in accordance with their Regulations. CTT recommends that adult riders wear an approved helmet and this is compulsory for juniors.

Riders must adhere to the Highway Code whilst competing. Specifically, this means giving way at junctions and roundabouts to others having priority and keeping to your side of the road when exiting corners.

Open events

CCC is affiliated to the Eastern Counties Cycling Association (ECCA) whose member clubs organise events in our region. See our members results here (Enter either a rider's name or Cambridge CC in the filter box)

We will be sponsoring three open events in 2022 - all events using the A428 at Hardwick. 15 mile on Good Friday 15 April; 50 Mile on Friday 3 June (Queen's Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday) and 25 mile on 11 September. The 50 will be the VTTA East Anglia Group Event and the 25 will be the VTTA National Championship.

Before submitting an entry to ride any of these events, there is an obligation on members to offer assistance and to check with the organiser that all marshalling and other necessary duties can be met.

Club events
Ken Platts - National VTTA record holder

Club events, for members only, will be held on Wednesday evenings in 2022 between April and August. Details to follow.

An active rear facing light, either flashing or constant, is mandatory whilst riding our events. Here is the official CTT guidance.

Here is a CTT article on riding your first time trial.

If you would like to speak to someone contact our Time Trial Secretary.

Organisers information can be found on the Legal/Doc Store page.

*Marshalling - Modern traffic conditions make it essential that a marshal should do no more than indicate the precise spot at which a rider should turn or the direction they should take. The responsibility for safely negotiating a turn or any other change of direction must rest with the rider alone.