An important message from Ards Cycling Club…”Our Champion of Champions Time Trial takes place on Sunday 9th August. In the past, this event has attracted Olympic Champion and World Hour record holders Chris Boardman and Graeme Obree. Chris Boardman holds the course and event record with a time of 49:36, set in 1993. The 25-mile course is our traditional out and back course with a dead turn outside Kircubbin / Saltwater Brig with the first rider off at 9:30 am” (You will be emailed your start time in advance) ENTRIES CLOSE AT NOON ON FRIDAY!!!!!
Guidelines for Participants and Attendees must possess a Sport Ireland Covid-19 Course Certificate.
Register online at Eventmaster and, if required, pay an entry fee as directed.
Read the briefing material emailed before the event.
Complete a Self-Assessment Personal Screening Questionnaire on the day of the event, before traveling to the event. Note – this form needs to be completed prior to each event you’re taking part in.
Be prepared to arrive at the event car-park already in your cycling kit.
Bring your own personal drinking bottles & food to the event. No sharing.
Riders travel alone or with a maximum of one supporter.
Wash hands before leaving home. Bring hand sanitizer & use it frequently.
Always implement social distancing, coughing/sneezing etiquette & good hygiene.
Ards CC is a co-sponsor of the Belgian Project and personally very proud to be an honorary member of the club
Car park: Enter and exit car parking as directed.
Always social distance, no congregating.
Rollers/turbos may be used in the car park area. Warming up is NOT permitted on the course or in the cordoned start area.
Start Area: Cordoned holding area holds 3 riders, socially distanced.
Steward at car park calls riders 5 minutes before their start time.
The start is from a one-foot stance.
If a rider misses their start time, they will return to the car park and start after the last rider.
After finishing the event, riders must leave immediately. Nobody can approach the Timekeeper.