It’s Team Time Trial again! Time for you and your pals to get together and test yourself against the clock.
This year we’ve decided to include an individual time trial for those who want to go it alone!
Teams of 6 riders each will race around a 30 kilometre circuit twice. How fast can you and your mates ride over fast flat 60 kilometres? Which TEAM will have the bragging rights to being the fastest club in the Cape?
Teams of 6 riders will tackle the circuit twice with the time for the team being recorded when the 4th rider crosses the finish line.
Each team member must register and pay individually, then your Team Captains or a nominated member must email the Team Name and the names and ID numbers of all team members to [email protected]. We need this information by Thursday, 8 April!
The individual time trial will take place over the same course, however this will only be one lap of 30km.
This event does not form part of the WP League.
Please click on this link to see the Event Guide: Slent Rd TT Event Guide v2
Categories and seeding
Due to the nature of this event, and the possibility of team mates being allocated into different categories, we will not use the normal categorisation for this event. However, your selection of category during this event will carry through to the races during the rest of the year and automatically be applied to those races.
The 2021 season will follow the new categories and seeding guidelines. In most instances participants will already be allocated to fixed categories based on past races. See the same article on how to improve or change your seeding.
Routes and distances
Team members for the Team Time Trial may consist of all age categories from u/17 and older. All teams compete over 60km.
A Ladies competition will be dependent on the number of Ladies Teams entered, however we also allow mixed teams in this race.
The individual time trial will take place on the same route however it will be limited to one lap of 30km.
This information will be made available closer to the time once teams have been submitted for seeding.
Online entries, using the Enter Now button found on this page, is the most cost effective way to enter our races. (See more details about costs and discounts). Entries close the Friday prior to the race. After this time late registration will only be possible at the registration table on the day at the event. No discounts will apply on the day. (Read more about the registration process).
The cost for this race is R180 per person.
Please note that in an effort to save on some costs we will be using the old 2020 and 2019 race numbers. As this race is not based on the standard categories, these numbers will be issued to teams and individuals at random, however team members will all have the same colour numbers.
Problems with CSA Membership or Licenses?
See the page about CSA membership or licenses, or if you have problems with this during the registration process.
This information will be made available closer to the time.