North Carolina's premier Time Trial Series!


2021 Dates Coming Soon

The Race
The Course
The Athletes
Cycling time trials are solo events that push riders to achieve the best result they can, racing only themselves and the ever ticking hands of the clock. Intrepid racers are set off at intervals and drafting is off limits.
This event is based on distance – the end goal being for the individual to get from start to finish in the shortest time possible. 

This local 10 mile time trial is a great way of measuring your fitness and speed. It is an easy discipline to enter and appeals to anyone from the really keen time trialist to the more everyday cyclist interested in trying something different. The great thing with this 10 mile course is that you can just turn up on a decent road worthy bike and see how you get on.

We offer competition categories for male and female cyclists of all ages. 
We will have a traditional aerodynamic class, as well as, a non-aerodynamic (Eddy Merckx) class, in addition to a team-time trial format.
The fastest competitor/s in each age/gender/class category with at least 3 time trial times recorded is recognized with an award at the end of the series.



Time Trial #1 Results
Time Trial #1 Photos


ONLINE REGISTRATION: Closes Saturday, Feb 1st at 9:00pm
RACEDAY REGISTRATION: On Site, opens at 10:30am and closes at 11:45am
PARKING:  There are plenty of parking spaces in the park.  The only place where parking is not permitted is along the roadside or in the POOL Parking Lot where the start and finish line will exist.
CHIP TIMING/BIB PLACEMENT:  Riders will be provided a chip to be placed on their helmet, and a acorresponding bib number to be affixed on RIGHT side of lower back of riders' jersey.  Pins will be provided.
START LINE:  Riders will line up (in order of bib number) and will start in 1min increments. 
START LIST:  Can be found HERE
FINISH LINE:  Riders times will be registered via their timing chips, as well as, manually
USA CYCLING SANCTION:  This time trial is a sanctioned USA Cycling event and will have a USA Cycling official on site to monitor any/all time trial rules.
RESULTS:  Results will be posted on site throughout the event, on site, and on this web page after the event.
SERIES POINTS:  Each rider/team will recieve points for the position they place in each race.  At the end of the series, we will give out series awards for riders who have the most points in each category.  Points Breakdown is as follows:

1st Place = 21points
2nd Place = 18pts
3rd Place = 16pts
4th Place = 12pts
5th Place = 10pts
6th Place = 8pts
7th Place = 6pts
8th Place = 4pts
9th Place/Beyond = 2pts

TRAFFIC:  This is an open course.  There is a high probability there will be vehicles on the roads.  We will have volunteers at every intersection/turn on the course, with Police at high traffic areas.  Riders are responsible for knowing the course, following the course signs and following standard traffic safety procedures.  DO NOT cross yellow lines, nor ride on the opposite side of the road.  Stay on the right side of the road when riding.  Passing should occur on the left only when it is safe.  
1. Covering the Course
The onus of keeping to the course rests with each rider. A competitor who fails to complete the entire published course (or such course as directed by the chief marshal) before the finishing circuit is reached shall be recorded as DNF.
2. Awareness of Surroundings
(a)  Competitors must not use ANY audio equipment except prescribed hearing aids.
(b)  Where head and/or eye protection is used, competitors must ensure that this does not impair their vision or hearing.
N.B.  A competitor in breach of this regulation shall be disqualified. 
N.B.  Competitors must not use a mobile phone while mounted on their machine.
3. Observance of the Law
All competitors in, or in the vicinity of the event, must observe the law of the land relating to road use. In particular, but without prejudice to the general principles of this Regulation, competitors must:
(a) not ride in a manner that is unsafe either to themselves or to other road users;
(b) ride on the right-hand side of the road except for safe overtaking 
(c) conform to all traffic signs, signals and direction indicators;
(d) in making any turn before, during or after the event, ensure that it is safe to do so.
4. Paced & Company Riding
Competitors must ride entirely alone and unassisted and not ride in company or take shelter (commonly known as drafting) from other riders or vehicles. A competitor overtaking another must do so without receiving or giving shelter. The onus of avoiding company riding shall be upon the rider overtaken.
5. Use of Motor Vehicles
(a) A competitor shall not be preceded, accompanied, followed by or in anyway receive assistance from a motorised vehicle or its occupants.