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Time Trialling is a sport that is enjoyed by young and old
alike. Of all the branches of cycle sport, it is probably the easiest to get
into as no specialist equipment is needed. Its popularity lies in the fact that
every rider can set his or her own standards and, unlike other forms of racing,
nobody gets the feeling that they are being left behind.
Our President, leading by example...
In a time trial, you may finish many minutes behind the
event winner, yet have the satisfaction of recording a personal best time. Thus,
time trials are unique, in that it is possible for everyone to be a winner.
||The Governing Body
||The Local Division
Start at Dickley Corner,
Harrietsham at 18th kerb joint east of Marley entrance nearest to A.20
(TQ886528). Join A.20 and proceed eastwards to turn at Charing RAB. Retrace on
A.20 to finish adjacent to Harrietsham Caravan Sales after Harrietsham railway
bridge at 11th kerb joints west of lamp post KAMB27. (TQ870526)
Start and finish points have been clearly identified with
Course Details Q10/24
Grain – Fenn Corner RAB – Grain
Start on A.228 west of Grain village 14 metres north of the lamppost GFY26
on the Strood bound carriageway, by a minor access road to the National Grid
site where the continuous white road edge line starts. Proceed west on A228
to turn at Fenn Corner roundabout (5.07 miles). Retrace on A.228 to finish
directly opposite the lamppost GFY19 (situated on the Strood bound
carriageway) (10 miles).
Course Details Q15/20
Leeds – Charing
Start at waste bin in layby on north side of A20 at Leeds Castle, west of
Broomfield Road. Proceed along A20 to Charing RAB (7.456 miles) turn and
retrace along A20 to finish at 23rd kerb joint from east end of layby
opposite oak tree. 100 yards west of start.
Start on the A252 East of Molash at the corner post
of Northdown House at the entrance to Shottenden Lane (TR 032521).
Proceed East on the A252 and A28 to Milton Manor RAB Thanington (6.726
miles - Marshalled). Turn and retrace on the A28 to Chilham Fork
(Marshalled) where bear left (EXTREME CARE PLEASE) to Spearpoint Corner
RAB (17.126 miles – Marshalled). Retrace to Chilham Fork (Marshalled)
where turn left to rejoin the A252. Proceed Westwards to finish at a
point approx. 290 yards past Chilham Castle Keep entrance (25 miles - TQ
Course Details – Q25/12
Old Romney – Brookland – Ham Street – Cloverleaf
Start at western end of layby on A259 near to Oasis diner, adjacent to St.
Clements Church sign. (TR 035251). Riders join A259 and proceed to Brenzett
RAB junction of A259/A2070/B2080 (Little Chef) left to Brookland RAB. Turn
and proceed via Brenzett RAB (Little Chef) (4.71 miles). Take 2nd exit onto
A.2070 passing straight through Bridgefield RAB (M) to Cloverleaf RAB (13.68
miles). Turn and retrace passing straight through Bridgefield RAB (M) to
Brenzett RAB, (Little Chef) (22.65 miles) where left on A.259 to finish 0.35
miles past the start, in line with the drain at the western end of layby on
southside of the A259 near to Martingfield Cottage. (TR 039249).
No competitor parking for vehicles at start or finish.
There are ample parking facilities in the layby on the south side of A259
for the finish timekeeper. Chequered board to be placed on the north side of
road to enable the riders to be aware of the finish. Alternatively there is
sufficient parking on the verge on the north side of the road.
Start is clearly marked. The finish point is clearly marked, in the layby,
on the south side of the A259.