TT start list 8th Sept 2020

8th Sept 15m TT Aylmerton-Holt
6pm start
Pick up disposable number at sign on?
1. Susie Towning 
2. Tim Daykin 
3. Jamie Sparrow (no.23) 
4. Phil West 
5. Sarah Jay 
6. Guy Thorold 
7. Brian Platts 
8. Richard Collyer 
9. Mark Watson 
10. Mike Padfield 
11. Adrian Jay 
12. Paul Elvin 
13. John Morgan 
14. Phil Hurr (no.22) 
15. Jonny O’neill NMY
16. Paul Harrowing 
17. Graham Denny 
18. Tim Johnson NMY
19. Tom Roper NMY

10m TT start list 1st Sept

1st Sept 10m TT Pretty Corner 6.30pm start Pick up disposable number at sign on?
1. Sarah Sanderski NM Y
2. Tim Daykin
3. Amanda Marshall
4. Phil West
5. Sarah Jay
6. Guy Thorold
7. Brian Platts
8. Richard Collyer
9. Mark Watson
10. Mike Padfield
11. Adrian Jay
12. Paul Elvin
13. Euan Douglas Y
14. Phil Watkins
15. Liam Blatch NM Y
16. Paul Harrowing
17. Wayne Hill NM Y
18. Jonny O’Neill NM Y
19. Carl Mace
20. Ben Johnson Y
21. Karl Read Y
22. Rob Kitchen Y
23. Jamie Sparrow
24. Maynard, Jon

Thursford-Fakenham 10m TT Start Sheet 25th Aug 2020

First rider off at 6.30pm.  Limited parking so you might need to park either at Little Snoring or Thursford both within a mile or two of the start.

Click here for Thursford Fakenham TT route and start

25-08-20
10m TT Thursford-Fakenham Pick up disposable number at sign on?
1. Susie Towning
2. Tim Daykin
3. Amanda Marshall
4. Sarah Sanderski NM Y
5. Sarah Jay
6. Guy Thorold
7. Brian Platts
8. Richard Collyer
9. Mark Watson
10. Jonny O’Neill NM Y
11. Adrian Jay
12. Paul Elvin
13. Rob Kitchen Y
14. Ben Johnson Y
15. Chris Warbuton NM Y
16. Paul Harrowing
17. Graham Denny
18. Nigel Walsh
19. Carl Mace
20. Pete Farrell NM Y
21. Kim Morrison
22. Phil Hurr
23. Wayne Hill NM Y
24. Jon Maynard

 

18.5m Hilly TT Start List 18th Aug 2020

Depending on roadworks the route may be subject to a slight change, but you will still have two hill climbs 😉

18.5m hilly 18-08-20
Rider (start 6.30pm) Name Pick up disposable number at sign on?
1 Susie Towning
2 Tim Daykin
3 Amanda Marshall
4 Jon Maynard (no.24)
5 Sarah Jay
6  Guy Thorold
7 Brian Platts
8 Andrew Knowles Y
9 Mark Watson
10 Mike Padfield
11 Adrian Jay
12 Chris Warburton NM Y
13 John Morgan
14 Rob Kitchen Y
15 Ben Johnson Y
16 Paul Harrowing
17 Simon Hardy NM Y
18 Nigel Walsh
19 Carl Mace
20 Euan Douglas Y
21 Joe Skipper NM Y
22 Phil Hurr
23 Jamie Sparrow

 

Important Notice on “Heads up” riding

The club wishes to remind riders the importance of riding “heads up” when time trialling in accordance with CTT rules.  It is imperative you can see ahead on the road for personal safety and the safety of other road users. For those new to competitive time-trialling please read the rules and guidance in the link below. People do look down from time to time, but there is some persistent head down riding so please review your position to ensure this doesn’t happen in future. Any future incidents will result in disqualification and suspension from club events. Thanks CTT rules

TT start list 21st July 2020

1 Susie Towning
2 Tim Daykin
3 Amanda Marshall
4 Phil West
5 Sarah Jay
6 Jon Maynard
7 Brian Platts
8 Richard Collyer
9 Mark Watson
10 Mike Padfield
11 Adrian Jay
12 Paul Elvin
13 Joe Skipper
14 Phil Watkins
15 John Hayward
16 Paul Harrowing
17 Graham Denny
18 Nigel Walsh
19 Carl Mace
20 Callum Steadman
21 Jack Watts u18 NM
22 Phil Hurr
23 Rob Kitchen NM
24 Roper, Tom NM
25 Sparrow, Jamie
26 Green, Arron
27 Isla Rush NM
28 Ben Johnson
29 Josept Smith NM u18
30 Sam Proctor

*A response from MP Duncan Baker to our cycling safety strategy*

A response from MP Duncan Baker to our cycling safety strategy , note we are already  getting some local councillors onto it but feel free to contact them yourself to raise awareness, thanks!

Thank you for contacting me about road safety.

The UK’s roads are among the world’s safest, but there is no room for complacency.

I know that enhancing safety for all road users is a priority for the Department for Transport. For example, £100 million has been allocated to fund improvements to 50 of England’s most dangerous A roads, and many of these projects are now underway.

Moreover, in November 2018 an ambitious 50 point action-plan for improving the safety of vulnerable road users was announced. As part of this, £100,000 has been allocated to support the police’s capacity to handle dash and helmet cam evidence relating to road traffic offences.

Indeed, the Government has been cracking down on road traffic offences. In 2017 Ministers doubled the points issued under a fixed penalty notice for using a hand-held mobile phone to call or text while driving or riding a motor vehicle, and raised the fine from £100 to £200. The Government now intends to further tighten the law to prohibit all hand-held mobile use while driving.

Drink driving enforcement has been strengthened too, by ending the automatic right for drivers who fail a breathalyser test to demand a blood and urine test, thereby removing the opportunity to sober up while waiting for the test to be taken.

The recently published Road Safety Statement also sets out a far reaching two year action plan to improve road safety for key groups, including young road users, older vulnerable road users, rural road users and motorcyclists.

In addition, Ministers have committed to review certain elements of the Highway Code, with the aim of improving the safety of vulnerable road users. I understand the Department will consult on proposed changes to the Highway Code later on this year.

Regarding the document you have produced for North Norfolk more specifically, I would suggest you and your fellow members all raise this with their local County Councillors, as this would be a matter for the Highways Team at Norfolk County Council to look into. Please do keep me in touch with this and further developments.

I do hope this helps.

Yours sincerely,

Duncan Baker MP
Member of Parliament for North Norfolk

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