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We're racing on the Astwood course using the version starting in Astwood, on Wednesday 26th June, starting at 7pm. Entry is £4.00 for members, £6.00 for non-members.

All are welcome: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials; if you are over 12 but under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format).

The course has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course, and remember that time trials are held on open roads - take care and be observant of other road users!

Download the latest Course Description and Risk Assessment (pdf)

For riders new to time trialling, here's a brief introduction to time trials.  

Results, including rider names and club affiliations, will be posted online following the event.

Please consider offering assistance with sign placement or timekeeping at our club events. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with offers of assistance.

Please remember that the Salford bridge over the A421 is now closed, and won't re-open until May 2020 at the earliest - please factor this in to your ride to the event!

Results

This week's club time trial is on the Stony 11.4 mile course. If you are new to the course, please review the course description and risk assessment. Here is the course route - includes download links for GPS enabled computers.

All are welcome at our club time trials: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light, especially in evening events such as this one. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials. If you are under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format). Each of our courses has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course!

The event starts at 7.00pm Wednesday 19th June, and entry is on the line at £4.00 (NBRC members), £6.00 (non-members). Maximum number of riders 40. The meeting point is in the car park by the river, on Calverton Road, near the start by Milford Avenue. 

Remember to bring front and rear lights if you plan to ride home after the event.

The results of this time trial will be posted online shortly after the event has been completed. These data include riders’ Names, Club, Category and their Result.

Please, if you can help with running this or any future time trials in our 2019 TT League, please review the Time Trial Helpers listing. If you wish to volunteer, contact Robert and he'll add you to the list.

Results 

The next NBRC Club Meeting will be at the Inn On The Lake from 8pm on Monday 10th June. All welcome to come along and throw ideas around!

This event is scheduled to be held on the Brogborough course (F15/10). This is the fastest of the courses we currently use for our TT league, and it's usually popular. Please note the weather forecast is looking poor for this event. We will notify on the Facebook group at 5pm on Wednesday whether the event is likely to go ahead as planned.

If you are new to the course, please review the course description and  risk assessment. The map of the Course route includes download links for many GPS enabled computers (you need to select "EXPORT" near the right hand edge of the screen to access this).

All are welcome at our club time trials: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light, especially in evening events. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials. If you are under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format). Each of our courses has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course!

The event starts at 7.00pm, and entry is on the line at £4.00 (NBRC members), £6.00 (non-members). The meeting point is under the flyover midway between the start at the top of Brogborough Hill and the finish. We're limited to 40 riders for this event, so make sure to get there in good time to ensure a ride.  If you're riding out to the event, please take care to bring lights for your ride home.

Volunteers to help out with signage and time-keeping for this and future events are welcome. Please review the calendar of time trials and if you can help with some of our events, let Robert know either directly or via the website's contact page.

The results of this time trial will be posted online shortly after the event has been completed. These data include riders’ Names, Club, Category and their Result.

Please, if you can help with running this or any future time trials in our 2019 TT League, please review the Time Trial Helpers listing. If you wish to volunteer, contact Robert and he'll add you to the list.

Results to follow

This event was abandoned. Steph placed the signs and was ready to do timekeeping along with Dick. Robert showed up on his TT bike, and Graeme turned up but either had no bike or wasn't prepared to set it up! It was a pretty unpleasant evening with persistent rain and spray, but the nearby RTAs didn't seem to have affected traffic levels.

We're racing on the Astwood course using the version starting in Astwood, on Wednesday 5th June, starting at 7pm. Entry is £4.00 for members, £6.00 for non-members.

All are welcome: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials; if you are over 12 but under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format).

The course has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course, and remember that time trials are held on open roads - take care and be observant of other road users!

Download the latest Course Description and Risk Assessment (pdf)

For riders new to time trialling, here's a brief introduction to time trials.  

Results, including rider names and club affiliations, will be posted online following the event.

Please consider offering assistance with sign placement or timekeeping at our club events. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with offers of assistance.

Please remember that the Salford bridge over the A421 is now closed, and won't re-open until May 2020 at the earliest - please factor this in to your ride to the event!

Results

This evening event in the 2019 TT League is to be held on the Stoke Hammond course. In the event of road closures, we will use an alternative course - please keep an eye on this web page and the NBRC Facebook Group for any updates.

If you are new to the course, please review the course description and risk assessment. Here is the Course route - includes download links for many GPS enabled computers.

All are welcome at our club time trials: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light, especially in evening events. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials. If you are under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format). Each of our courses has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course!

The event starts at 7.00pm, and entry is on the line at £4.00 (NBRC members), £6.00 (non-members). 

The results of this time trial will be posted online shortly after the event has been completed. These data include riders’ Names, Club, Category and their Result.

We need more volunteers fo help with our time trial series - without this, the upcoming events can't take place. If you can help, please contact Robert and he'll add your name to the list.

Results

Apologies for the later than usual posting of results - I'm away on a work trip to sunnier climes that it sounds like we had for this event. Anyway, congratulations to all who took part, and Jason for the win.

Pos No Name Club Time Cat Sex Age Vets Std .+ / - Vets Pos Points Vet Points
1   Jason Lee TeamMK/NBRC 00:24:25 V M 50 00:26:49 00:02:24 1 150 150
2   Ant Newland Bossard 00:25:06 V M 53 00:27:03 00:01:57 2 140 140
3   Steph Cousins TeamMK/NBRC 00:28:18 V F 54 00:29:27 00:01:09 3 130 130
4   Graeme Church TeamMK/NBRC 00:30:46 V M 53 00:27:03 -00:03:43 4 120 120

 

Signs out: Steph; Signs in: Theresa; Timekeeping: Chris; Pusher-off: John.

We're racing on the Astwood course using the version starting in Astwood, on Wednesday 22nd May, starting at 7pm. Entry is £4.00 for members, £6.00 for non-members.

All are welcome: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials; if you are over 12 but under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format).

The course has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course, and remember that time trials are held on open roads - take care and be observant of other road users!

Download the latest Course Description and Risk Assessment (pdf)

For riders new to time trialling, here's a brief introduction to time trials.  

Results, including rider names and club affiliations, will be posted online following the event.

Please consider offering assistance with sign placement or timekeeping at our club events. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with offers of assistance.

Please remember that the Salford bridge over the A421 is now closed, and won't re-open until May 2020 at the earliest - please factor this in to your ride to the event!

Update 21/5/19: Kevin Stokes has pointed out that there are roadworks on the Astwood course, at Chicheley, that may impact our event on Wednesday. For further info, check out Roadworks.org - if anyone is in the vicinity, could they check out the situation and let us know?

Results to follow

This week's club time trial is on the Stony 11.4 mile course. If you are new to the course, please review the course description and risk assessment. Here is the course route - includes download links for GPS enabled computers.

All are welcome at our club time trials: make sure you turn up in time to sign on. You'll need a mechanically sound bike and a bike helmet. We recommend the use of a rear light, especially in evening events such as this one. You need to be 12 or over to ride time trials. If you are under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian to take part (download a permission form in pdf format and in Word format). Each of our courses has a route description and a risk assessment. Make sure you have familiarised yourself with the course!

The event starts at 7.00pm Wednesday 15th May, and entry is on the line at £4.00 (NBRC members), £6.00 (non-members). Maximum number of riders 40. The meeting point is in the car park by the river, on Calverton Road, near the start by Milford Avenue. 

Remember to bring front and rear lights if you plan to ride home after the event.

The results of this time trial will be posted online shortly after the event has been completed. These data include riders’ Names, Club, Category and their Result.

Please, if you can help with running this or any future time trials in our 2019 TT League, please review the Time Trial Helpers listing. If you wish to volunteer, contact Robert and he'll add you to the list.

Results