Headquarters, Car Parking and Race Numbers
Headquarters NEWPORT VILLAGE HALL (postcode HU15 2PP), on B1230 at west end of Newport village, open from 1pm. There is a small car park and adequate roadside parking.
Numbers and signing on from 1.30pm.
Please wear your race number in a central position below the waist so that it is clearly visible to other road users when you are riding. ? Please return numbers in exchange for a drink.
Refreshments will be available Ã¢â‚¬â€œ donations most welcome.
Toilets and changing rooms with showers at the HQ.
On leaving Newport Village Hall turn right and follow B1230 until you reach the T Junction at the M62. Turn right over flyover and immediately right down slip road onto A63. Follow the A63 for approximately 3 miles then turn left up slip road to A1034. At top of slip road turn left and proceed for 200 yards to the start. This journey takes 15 minutes at a comfortable pace.
Safety and Local Regulations
Do not warm up on turbo trainers near houses.
No cars at or in the vicinity of the start.
Please do not warm up on the course once the event has started or go into or through South Cave.
For warming up use the road which turns right over the A63 and which is less busy.
No U turns near the start. Do not pass the start time keeper other than to start your ride. Once at the start wait on the pavement or in the gateway behind the timekeeper until being called to start.
Do not obstruct the roadway. ? Riders are advised that the CTT district committee will discipline any rider who is reported for riding or behaving in an unsafe manner or who contravenes local regulations. ? Please note that the marshals will only indicate your direction and cannot control traffic in your favour. At each junction it is your responsibility to ensure that it is safe to proceed. Keep your head up and keep to the left of the carriageway.
In the interests of your own safety, Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters strongly advise all riders to wear a hard shell helmet that meets an internationally accepted safety standard. In accordance with Regulation 15 all junior competitors must wear a protective hard shell helmet. It is recommended that a working rear light, either flashing or constant, is fitted to the machine in a position visible to following road users and is active whilst the machine is in use.