All the latest results will be added shortly after the event, previous season results can also be found here.
Results for Open Time Trials and the Road Races will be made available as PDF’s.
The Club Time Trial competitions, open to first claim members only are detailed as follows:
Please note: You must be a member of a RTTC affiliated club to race our club time trials. You can not join Stratford Cycling Club on a race night you must be a member for at least 24 hours before competing.
Road Race - won by the rider accumulating the highest points in the season based on the BCF points system. In event of points being tied the committee will adjudicate the winner.
Scratch Club Time Trial Points - won by the rider accumulating the highest points total from his/her best 6 (Aero Event) results (but who must have ridden at least one 25 mile) in club time trials. Based on 20 points allocated to the winner, down to one point for 20th place.
Handicap Time Trial Points - won by the rider amassing the highest points total on net handicap position, using the same scoring formula as for the scratch points.
Veteran Standard Time Trial Points - As for “scratch” above, but open to veteran riders only.
Club BAR (Men) - won by the male obtaining the highest average of three speeds (fastest 10 miles, 25 miles and 50 miles respectively). The competition will be based on rides carried out between 1st March and 1st October each year. This will be confined to Stratford Cycling Club club events; however in the event that the club 50 mile trial has to be cancelled, any Open 50 event result will qualify. Results sheets for Open events must be submitted to the Time Trial Secretary by 31st October of that year.
Club BAR (Women) – won by the female obtaining the highest average of three speeds (10- 12 miles(x2) and 25 miles respectively). The competition will be based on rides carried out between 1st March and 1st October each year. This will be confined to Stratford Cycling Club events.
Hill Climb – Won by the rider with the fastest time in the Club Hill Climb event
Most Improved - male, female and junior Riders (3 awards). This is a discretionary award made by the Committee to the male, female and junior riders judged to have made the greatest improvement.
Clubman of the Year – a discretionary award made by the Committee to the member they consider to have made the greatest contribution to the Club over the previous year.
The Robert Heenan - memorial Trophy will be awarded to the most outstanding Junior Rider of the year.
Youth and Junior Time Trial trophies
Youths (Aged 12-16)
Juniors (Aged 16-18)