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A new format for an old Race. The history of Beverley and cycling dates back to 1897, then referred to as “The Beverley”, the original races ran through until 1999. This year, we have changed the format to an exciting team time trial.
The Beverley TT will send riders Eastwards out of the town centre along Vincent Street and turning onto Mawson Road and over the 50km out-and-back course over undulating, quiet rural roads. There is over 450m of climbing elevation that is set to challenge all teams.
A great warm-up for the Tour of Margaret River to train your team skills.
Teams can consist of either 4, 5 or 6 riders with the team time taken across the finish line of the 4th rider. Teams will be released on regular intervals of between 1 and 2 minutes depending on the number of entries.
Teams will be handicapped post-race.
Teams MUST wear matching kit - however, this does not need to be registered kit for this event as we have a one off exemption from Westcycle.
No time trial bikes or aero equipment including disc wheels will be allowed.
Team numbers are limited
Ride safe, be courteous, obey road rules, listen to race officials and SPR hopes you enjoy the day
Enter online - race fees are pre-paid only.
Each team MUST have a team name.
Each rider completes an individual entry and payment. The entry MUST include the team name in the space provided.
Please co-ordinate your team names and use the same spelling, spacing, capitals e.t.c. - as "Team 4" and "Team Four" will not link together on Entryboss as the same team.
Entries close: Friday, 9th October 2020
Scratch cut-off: Friday, 9th October 2020
Race License: it is the responsibility of each rider to ensure they have a current race license. 7-day licenses can be purchased from Cycling Australia for $43. Please visit https://cycling.tidyhq.com/public/membership_levels/ede72163cc45. This is a Cycling Australia sanctioned race and therefore every rider MUST have a valid race license. NO LICENSES CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE DAY
Grades: A, B, C - men, women and mixed (open) grades.
Open mixed teams must have at least one male and one female rider in the 4 riders to stop the clock. Example: a team of 4 female and 2 male riders; would stop the clock on the 5th rider if the first 4 riders were female or on the 4th rider if a male rider was in the first 4 riders crossing the line.
Event notes: Handicap 50km Teams Time Trial with teams riding off slowest first, fastest last. Teams can overtake each other and no team can draft off another team.
Handicapping will occur post-race - meaning teams will be sorted into A, B, C after the race (the same as day 1 of the Tour of Margaret River). The final numbers of grades will be determined by the number of team entries received. Mixed teams must include at least either one man or women in the team.
Start Times Teams will be notified of their start time via publication of the start list.
Prizes: Prize money/prizes for winners of each A, B, C men, women and open mixed. Team time will be taken from 4th rider crossing the finish line.
My Laps Timing Chips: You must have a MyLaps timing chip to participate. Hire of a timing chip is $5 per event. If you have your own timing chip please ensure this is recorded in your EntryBoss profile - you will not be able to untick the transponder hire option until you have a transponder recorded on your profile.
Scratching: You can withdraw your entry with a self-serve, automated refund via EntryBoss if you are within the scratching cut-off time (9:59pm on Friday 9th October 2020). Please return to the EntryBoss Race Listing and use the 'Scratch' button.
Please ensure you check back here at the EntryBoss race listing and keep an eye on social media for publication of the start list.
|Each Rider||$40 entry + $5 for transponder hire|
You MUST produce your Cycling Australia race license for registration – NO LICENSE NO RIDE.
As part of the event, we need to be mindful of the COVID-19 pandemic in order to maintain safety for riders, spectators, staff and volunteers.
Registration The Beverley Hall can hold a maximum of 260 people to maintain a strict limit of 2sqm per person.
Riders shall enter from the main entrance and leave via the side entrance. Riders must maintain the correct distance in the line and stand on marked areas.
Ride licenses must be shown to registration staff only and staff will NOT handle your licenses.
Hand Sanitiser shall be available within the hall.
The Hall will be cleaned by the Beverley Shire prior to the event.
After the Race Riders should proceed to the hall after the completion and return numbers and transponders and adhering to the maintaining of physical distancing.
|Rego Start Time||9.30 AM to 10.30 AM|
|Race Start Time||11.00 AM|
|Approx Race Finish Time||expected from 1.00 PM|
|Race Director||Steve Burns|
|Parking||Forrest Street, Beverley|
|Toilets||Beverley Town Hall|
|Race Start||Vincent Street (cnr Forrest Street)|
|Ride Muster||Beverley Town Hall driveway|
|Special Course Notices||See below|
|Presentations||15:00 PM Beverley Town Hall|
|License Collection / Number Return||Beverley Town Hall|
|Other||NO LICENSE NO RIDE|
WARNING: Turn around point is a 360-degree turn at the 25km. Traffic management will be in place to slow and stop vehicular traffic to allow groups or riders right of way. Proceed with caution.
All roads have lines and lines must be obeyed at all time to comply with WA Road Rules.
Turnaround Point will be controlled by traffic management, but riders are ultimately responsible for knowing the correct route of their race. The course marshals are there for traffic control and safety, not to give riders directions.
ROADS ARE OPEN, ROAD RULES APPLY. Keep left at all times - OVERTAKE SLOW MOVING PUBLIC VEHICLES WITH CAUTION
You may need to overtake slower race teams and support vehicles – do so with caution
RIDERS RISK DISQUALIFICATION OF THEIR TEAM AND OR FINES IF RULES OR INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
Vincent St is not closed to traffic for the finish. You must stay LEFT. On finishing please ensure you follow directions from marshals and clear the finish area. DO NOT RETURN TO CROSS THE START FINISH LINE.
Please return to Beverley Town Hall once finished to return timing chips and race numbers. No traffic management is controlling riders after the finish of the race.
Riders who withdraw from the race MUST ensure your race number is provided to the Start/Finish area to be recorded as a DNF. Timing is running on the MyLaps timing system for this event. This will assist in confirming places however we will also utilize line judges and a line camera.
Hotel Beverley: has a $5 Towel and shower deal – vouchers issued at registration.
Announcements: Please check the club's Facebook page, twitter or website for any announcements regarding racing.