Inter Club 30 TT – Start Sheet

The start sheet for the Inter Club 30 event hosted by Hitchin Nomads CC on Sunday 26th June is attached:

IC30 HNCC 2016 Start Sheet

(last amendment 17:21 24 June 2016)

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Time Trials Calendar 2016

Reporter: Nick Hickman

A provisional calendar is now available showing Club, Interclub and Open events: HNCC TTs 2016 Calendar .  All are subject to approvals by the local CTT district and notifications to relevant police authorities.

Date for the BRCC Interclub 15 event will be added when it has been provided.

Nomads Line

The schedule is much the same as in recent years with a few minor modifications:

  • The first two and last two Tuesday evening 10s will use the popular 1U/10B “Roadworks” course that was introduced last season.  This will also be an option for any other events should circumstances require.
  • A Club 100 championship is reintroduced, with the ECCA Open event on E2/100 being nominated.
  • The late summer Saturday series has been truncated to three events on the Briercliffe 10 course.

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Hitchin Nomads Cyclo-Cross Race, 1st November 2015 – Important Information

When is it?

Hitchin Nomads CC will be hosting the sixth round of the 2015-16 Central Cyclo-Cross League fixtures on Sunday November 1st 2015 at Standalone Farm, Letchworth.

What is it?

Cyclo-Cross is an off-road bike race around a marked out course, generally on grass which can get very muddy! Adult laps last approximately 7-10 mins and there are normally at least two points in a lap when riders need to dismount and run over low barriers. Children’s laps are approximately 3-5 mins on shorter courses with no hurdles or barriers.

A number of races take place throughout the day from 10am until 3pm. Males and females are split into various age categories but often race on the course at the same time.   Ages range from Under 10s (racing for 10 minutes in total), to over 50s (racing for 40 minutes in total) to senior men (racing for 1 hour in total).

Racers are allocated individual race numbers and laps are timed. The winner is the first rider to complete the most laps within the time allowed and there is prize money for the lead riders in each category.

Where is it?

The racing will take place at Standalone Farm in Letchworth. Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation owns the venue and they will manage parking and run the Greenway Café.

How do I join in?

Children’s races are a mixture of boys and girls using both Cyclo-Cross bikes and Mountain bikes. Adults tend to use mainly Cyclo-Cross bikes but Mountain Bikes are allowed.

There is a Novice race category for adults.   This allows anyone to try ‘Cross out for the first time in a friendly, less pressured race format.

Race entry and other details can be found at the links below.

Entry is available on the day but it is cheaper and easier of you register online. Online entry closes at 11.55pm on the Tuesday before the race. Holders of British Cycling membership will need to take their licence along on the day. Non-membership holders will need to buy a £3 day licence on the day.

https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/?series_id=142

http://centralcxl.org.uk/calendar-201516/

If you have any queries please contact event organiser:
Simon Young (nomadscx@gmail.com) Tel: 07584 674009

Start sheet for Interclub 30 on 21 June 2015

IC30 HNCC 2015 Start Sheet (final)

N.B. start sheet is amended to remove some mistakes, incorporate some further early / late starts, and avoid having slower riders right at the end (timekeepers will want their coffee and cake).  Some extra riders added since it was being amended anyway and some early DNS Apols removed while I was there.  Please check your start times.  Most have moved by just a minute or two.

HNCC All Age Cyclo Cross Race – Sunday 18th January

ALL-AGE CYCLO CROSS RACES TO STANDALONE

Hitchin Nomads Cycling Club are organising an all-day bike event for children and adults at Standalone Farm next Sunday 18th January.

Over 200 competitors are expected for the Cyclo-Cross event which pitches cyclists against each other over a testing off-road course expected to be fast and muddy with twisty turns and small obstacles. Races cover all ages from under 10s to over 50s.

Anybody interested in having a go can find more details online at: www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/121414/Central-Cyclo-Cross-League-(Hitchin-Nomads).  A ‘novice’ category is open to all and Mountain Bikes are welcome.  Entry is also available on the day.  Spectators are also welcome!

Organiser Simon Young, of Hitchin Nomads said: “Cyclo-Cross is a fun type of bike racing.  Hitchin Nomads are delighted to be working with The Heritage Foundation to promote this event which fits the club’s ethos of ‘all types of cycling for all types of people’.

Standalone Farm hosts a range of races and Andrew Milich, Standalone Farm Manager said: “I’m looking forward to this event which should be great to watch. We are always open to approaches to hold events for the community.”

The farm re-opens as a family attraction on 1 March with a packed programme of special events being finalised for the Easter school holidays.

Notes

Standalone Farm is a charitable service of the Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation, a self-funding charitable organisation which invests profits from its property portfolio to maintain and enhance the world’s first Garden City for the long-term benefit of local communities.

More information about Hitchin Nomads Cycling Club can be found at: https://hitchinnomads.cc/

More information on the Central Cyclo-Cross League can be found at: http://centralcxl.org.uk/

Media inquiries: please contact Sara Gaines, PR and Communications Manager for Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation by email sara.gaines@letchworth.com or phone 01462 476071

Hitchin Nomads Road Race – Information

Pre-race information for the Hitchin Nomads CC 2014 Road Race can be found via the following link: Hitchin Nomads Road Race Guide (PDF)

Enquiries should be directed to Andrew Stevenson (Organiser). Thanks to all riders who have signed up to ride and thanks to our sponsors for supporting the event.

 

 

HNCC Open 25 – 31/05/2014

Hitchin Nomads CC

F14/25 Open 25 Mile Time Trial

London Millennium Series (8 of 9)

Saturday 31st May 2014

Promoted for and on behalf of Cycling Time Trials

Under their rules and regulations

Event Secretary

Mr James Gomm, 34 Coachmans Lane, Baldock, Herts, SG7 5BN. Tel. 07473 784063

Event Headquarters

Guilden Morden Village Hall, Fox Hill Road, Guilden Morden, SG8 0JF Cambridgshire.

Signing on and numbers will be available from 1300h. There is parking at the HQ on the field. No parking allowed anywhere on the course.  Please note that the start is approximately 2 miles from the HQ.

Timekeepers

Mr Tim Groves, Mr Frank Turner

Course details F14/25

START:  on the Wrestlingworth-Guilden Morden road approx 540 yds south of Wrestlingworth x-rds and 460 yds north of Common Farm. Proceed south to Guilden Morden where turn LEFT (M)1.95 miles (2nd circuit 13.73 miles) into New Road leading to Shingay cum Wendy and Wendy to T junction  6.34 miles (2nd circuit 18.12 miles) with A1198. At junction bear LEFT (CAUTION) (M) to roundabout, where bear LEFT (M) onto B1042 to Tadlow and cross roads at Wreslingworth where bear LEFT (M)11.48 miles (2nd circuit 23.26 miles) on unclassified road to Guilden Morden and pass start –

Repeat circuit and pass start again and in approx 1.5 miles to FINISH at south of farm entrance, 50 yds south of Water Hydrant sign and 72 yds north of Bend sign and 149 yds north of large 30 sign.  (25 miles)

Please bear to the left of the road to accommodate riders passing on lap 2

At various junctions around the course you will be joining a road with traffic priority, therefore please take care and give way, especially on the turn onto the A1198. Marshals will be on the course but the onus is on you to negotiate the course safely. First rider off at 14:01.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

In the interests of your own safety, Cycling Time Trials and the event promoters strongly advise you to wear a hard-shell Helmet that meets an internationally accepted standard. In accordance with Regulation 15 ALL JUNIOR competitors must wear Protective Hard Shell Helmets.  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.

Prizes – one rider, one individual prize rule applies (not including fastest team prize)

1st =£30   2nd = £20   3rd = £10

1st Lady = £20   2nd Lady =£10

Fastest team of 3 = £10 per rider

Prizes will be posted to the winners post event.

Start # Name Club
14:01 1 Nigel Wilson Hitchin Nomads CC
  2 Jason Lee Team Milton Keynes
  3 Douglas Williams Colchester Rovers CC
  4 Michael Richardson Icknield RC
14:05 5 Richard Hutt Harp RC
  6 Tom Trimble CC Ashwell
  7 David Horne Team Trisports
  8 Michael Webb Hitchin Nomads CC
  9 Gareth Davies Team Trisports
14:10 10 Martin Reynolds Cambridge CC
  11 Kamran Ezel Southgate CC
  12 Anthony Collier Hoddesdon Tri Club
  13 Leslie Morris VTTA (London & Home Counties)
  14 Janet Bassett (L) Team Trisports
14:15 15 Tony Marriott Hertfordshire Whs
  16 Steven Home Twickenham CC
  17 Ellis Dudley London Phoenix CC
  18 Tony Shortland Team Trisports
  19 Michael Conway Audax Club Hackney
14:20 20 Nick Jackson Cambridge CC
  21 James Goodacre Regents Park Rouleurs
  22 Sean Brudley Team Trisports
  23 Nick Wiggan Cambridge University CC
  24 Jonathan Gillham Team Trisports
14:25 25 Richard Moule Bossard Wheelers
  26 Jonathan Scott Verulam CC
  27 Elodie Levis (L) Team Trisports
  28 Frank Rawlins North Road CC
  29 Robin Prior Southgate CC
14:30 30 Allan Simmonds VC 10
  31 Helen Boatman (L) Team Milton Keynes
  32 Andrew Bright Chronos RC
  33 James Johnson Welwyn Wheelers CC
  34 Jeremy Rackham Team Trisports
14:35 35 Steve Torley Team Milton Keynes
  36 Richard Burton Westerley CC
Start # Name Club
14:37 37 Adrian Taverna St Neots CC
  38 Joel Farrow Team Trisports
  39 Joss Williams (L) Nice Tri Triathlon Club
14:40 40 Lee Desborough St Ives CC
  41 Matthew Reader Verulam CC
  42 Brian Evans Hertfordshire Whs
  43 John Alan Bossard Wheelers
  44 Steve Moakes Team Trisports
14:45 45 Jason Stuart CC Ashwell
  46 Andrew Smith Team Milton Keynes
  47 Andrew Porter Welwyn Wheelers CC
  48 Richard May Islington CC
  49 Jackie Perry (L) Team Trisports
14:50 50 Steve Clarke TMG Horizon Cycling Team
  51 Graham Pepperdine Verulam CC
  52 Mark Ellis Team Milton Keynes
  53 Gary Freer Team Trisports
  54 Peter Biggs Hoddesdon Tri Club – SCU
14:55 55 Nigel Hale Hertfordshire Whs
  56 Justin Burrell Bedfordshire Road CC
  57 Tony Clarke Team Cambridge
  58 Glenn Dossett Welwyn Wheelers CC
  59 Berenice Curtis (L) St Ives CC
15:00 60 Geoff Perry Team Milton Keynes
  61 Julian Pegg CC Ashwell
  62 Jason Green Bedfordshire Road CC
  63 Rhian Smith (L) Team Milton Keynes
  64 Darren Greene Team Trisports
15:05 65 Alan Crane Chronos RC
  66 Neill Coventry Rugby Racing CC
  67 Mark Jenkins North Road CC
  68 Graham Ricketts Verulam CC
  69 Richard Weltz Team Trisports
15:10 70 Luke Clarke TMG Horizon Cycling Team