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Open Time Trials
For close to 30 years, the Open Time Trial Series has provided an evening of fun and challenge for the developing racing cyclists. Whether you are a recreational cyclist or a serious racer doesn't matter. All ages and abilities are welcome to participate. New members are especially welcome. No one should feel intimidated to come out and enjoy a very sociable occasion as well as a real cycling challenge. So wheel on over and lets get racing
Please note that the NCC Liability Waiver is now available online as a PDF Form under the Participation Rules section.
|Sign-in and registration will occur in the North West parking lot at the Aviation Museum located near the junction of Rockcliffe and Aviation Parkways.
|The course itself is a 15 km long out-and-back and follows the Eastern Parkway from near the Aviation Museum to the turnaround near Montreal Rd and finishes just opposite the start line
|The following items should be brought to each event
Time Trial Rules The following Time Trial Rules rules are to be followed at all times.
|This year, there are two series long classifications - Best All Round (BAR) and Age Handicap. Note that the age is based on age as of December 31st of the current year.
The final series results will be computed from the OBC's time trial database one week after the last event of the season. Corrections will not be accepted after that date.
Best All Round:
Best 3 15km:
|We use the standard CCA (Canadian Cycling Association) racing categories, which use age as of Dec 31 of the current year
Master A = 30 to 39
Master B = 40 to 49
Master C = 50 to 59
Master D = 60 to 69
Master E = 70 to 79
Master F = 80 to 89
We also have
|As we have all learned, insurance has become a big part of organizing cycling events and members need to understand that they will not be able to participate in club events unless they can demonstrate that they are members in good standing at the time of the event.
Insurance requirements have for several years forced the OBC to adopt the following participation rules for the club's Time Trial Series. OBC members can ride for free as usual. However, there is no trial period for non-members.
Before you can ride an time trial, you must provide proof that you are EITHER:
Unfortunately, because Quebec does not use the same insurance policy as the OCA, this means that members of Quebec-affiliated clubs will have to join an Ontario club if they wish to participate. Naturally, we hope that club will be the OBC.
Holders of an OCA insurance certificate who choose NOT to join the OBC must pay a $30 fee to participate. As in recent years, there is no per/ride option. This decision was made to reduce the administrative work that organizers have to perform at each event.
|OBC Members Free!
Non-OBC Members are $30.00 for the season with proof of current OCA insurance.
Due to OBC and OCA insurance rule changes, pay as you go rates are no longer available.
See Becoming a member for OBC membership application forms
|The series is run by volunteers and as such we are always looking for extra hands to help out. Devoted partners and friends are needed as time-keepers, bike holders and course marshals. All riders are encouraged to recruit new participants and volunteers, or by helping out themselves.
For more information, to volunteer to help out at the Time Trials, or for schedule updates, contact: The OBC office.
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