TT Annual Competitions

TT Annual Competitions

    Open B.A.R.

    Rides completed on any course held under CTT, SCU, BC, or ICF Rules at 10, 25, 50 and 100 miles will qualify for this award provided the event is not restricted to only certain competitors.

    Club Short Course B.A.R.

    Only rides completed in Border City Wheelers promoted events and open time trials promoted by other clubs on any ‘L’ course – ie courses located in CTT North District, over 10 and 25 – will qualify for this award.  Times for 50 will qualify from any CTT promoted event.

    Rules

    1.      Seniors – Open to all members regardless of sex.

    2.      Junior –  Open to all members between 16 and 18 years of age.  A member is a junior for the whole of the year in which his/her birthday falls.  Based on best performance at 10 and 25 miles in Border City Wheelers promoted events and open time trials promoted by other clubs on any course used for a Border City Wheelers event.

    3.     Juveniles – Open to all members over the age of 14 but under the age of 16 on the day of the qualifying event.  Based on 2 best performances at 10 miles in events as defined in 2. above.

    4.     School boys/girls – Open to all members aged over 12 but under 14 on the date of the qualifying event.  Based on 2 best performances at 10 miles in events as defined in 2. above.

    5.     Veterans/Ladies – Open to all males over 40 and all females over 18 on the date of the qualifying event.  Based on best performances at 10, 25 and 50 miles, in events as defined in 2. above, in relation to the appropriate age standard.  Females under 32 to be given the Class 1 standard for 40 years per VTTA tables.  Females aged 32 to 39 to be given Class 1 standard for 40 to 47 years.  Females 40 and over to be given the appropriate Class 3 standard.

    Results are calculated as follows:

    Apart from veterans/ladies the average speed for each qualifying ride is calculated rounded to 3 decimal places.  The overall average speed is calculated by adding the averages together and taking an overall simple average.

    For veterans/ladies, the average speed is calculated as above.  The average speed at the appropriate standard is then calculated for each distance and compared with the actual average speed to produce a ‘plus’ or ‘minus’ mph for each distance.  These are then averaged to give an overall ‘plus’ or ‘minus’.  A separate veterans on standard award is made for the veteran with the largest overall “plus” against standard over 10, 25 and 50 miles.

    A trophy will be awarded to the winner of each category in each competition together with a medal.  Medals will be given to the 2nd and 3rd in each category in each competition.  However, the Committee reserves the right to vary the awards according to the number of participants and it reserves the right to make special awards or to introduce handicapping as necessary.