The Castle Combe 10 mile TT series is back in 2020.
Events are at held at the world famous Castle Combe race circuit and provide safe, traffic free racing.
The Castle Combe 10 mile TT series is back in 2020. Events are at held at the world famous Castle Combe race circuit and provide safe, traffic free racing.
The five-race series on the super-smooth surface will again be sponsored by Kinetic-One Cycling Dynamics.
- Chip timing including splits and bike laps.
- Medal for series winners.
- Beginner friendly racing.
- Results screen and Print outs.
- On-site toilets and showers.
DB Max Precision Timing will provide the results and the lap splits for every competitor.
Competitors go off at 30 second intervals at each event throughout the year.
All race start at 19:00.
There will be individual (£16) and two-up (£22) time trials, with prizes provided by Kinetic-One. Day entries are available, individual (£18) and two-up (£25). Enter all 5 races and only pay £72.00 and no administration fee…
On arriving at Castle Combe, please use the Westway Entrance to access the venue. For a map click here
Registration & Briefing Instructions
Registration Time: 17:30-18:50
Briefing Time: 18:50
Race numbers and timing chips will be collected from the registration desk on race day. Details of allocated bib numbers will be available online prior to the event and will also be displayed in the registration area at the venue.
Competitors must attend the race briefing on the day. Information on the course and rules relative to competitor safety will be outlined.
Please attach the timing transponder (MYLAPS ProChip) firmly to your left ankle with the strap provided (chip fitting instructions). This will ensure that all finish results (as well as splits and lap times) are collected by the system. Timing chips will be collected in the finish funnel or marquee immediately at the end of the race.
Please return your timing chip as soon as you finish (even if you do not complete your race). Lost and unreturned timing chips will be invoiced at £75 each.
Competitors are responsible for counting their own bike laps – plan how to do this to avoid mistakes on the day. The timing system will produce results for each lap and anyone not completing the required 5 laps will be disqualified.
The DB Max event team look forward to welcoming you to Castle Combe on race day.