Neokyo All-Nighter (24.3km, 167m elevation, lead-in 0.3km).
This is a race with a difference: all riders will be given a time handicap so that everyone has a chance to win. The handicaps will work so that, in theory, everyone arrives at the finish line more or less at the same time, whatever your w/kg or FTP. This is an event to bring everyone together in a more inclusive race, whether they are juniors, ladies, sub 2 W/Kg, Cat A, etc. It is therefore important that you submit accurate information on your best time on the course.
The slowest rider will set off first; the scratch rider chases everyone down. We will set riders off at timed intervals and will post in advance a list of start times, so you won't have to hang around too long if you're a faster rider.
Don't start until your start time, as we use the times on Strava for timings. We will use use Zwift chat and Discord to give each competitor the GO GO GO but, in case of any problems, please use an online clock such as www.time.is and set off at your allocated start time. Alternatively, you can set up your own personal web countdown timer, e.g., http://www.webcountdown.net/- once set up, you don't need to remember your start time in the heat of the moment - just watch the timer hit zero. When you set it up, you get a unique URL for your timer - just save it to your Bookmarks/Favourites and recall it on race day.
Remember: 'I forgot to register' or late registration are excellent reasons to bring extra coffee money. If this applies to you make sure you come up with a good excuse for why you shouldn't shout the bunch ;)