Vale of Clwyd TT league – Covid
19 arrangements for League re-start
3rd August 2020
rules are for the protection of organisers and competitors and are based on
guidance provided by the CTT. They are in addition to the VoC
League Rules and are expected to be applied at all remaining events in the 2020
calendar. Where possible the rules accommodate our normal custom and practice
so we can focus on keeping safe without the distraction of having to deal with
Before the event
- Competitors should not attend
if they feel ill in ANY way or if family members have any symptoms.
- Junior riders (U18) must have
arranged Parental Consent. This will be checked by the TT secretary during
- Check you have working rear
light – new CTT requirement.
Organisation, sign-on and parking
- Events are limited to 30 people
including officials ( there will be between 2 and
4 officials depending on the event ).
- Entry shall be on a ‘first come
first served’ basis as usual and entrants MUST take the next space on the
entry list. Race numbers will be placed on the ground and laid out in
order. If pins are removed they must be replaced on the number when the
number is returned at the end of the race. Competitors MUST leave the
sign-on area immediately after signing on.
- Entrants MUST bring their own
pens to sign-on.
- Sign-on will start 60 minutes
before the advertised start time. No entries will be accepted after 15
minutes before the advertised start time.
- Entries will not be accepted after
the entry limit is reached. Unsuccessful entrants must leave the event
- Payment. The correct fee in
Cash is to be deposited in the bucket provided - change will not be given
and cannot be taken from the bucket. Fees are £3 Juniors ( host clubs ), £4 Senior and Vet ( host clubs ), £5
Other CTT club ( including Juniors ).
- D1/9 and D1/5 courses – The
waterworks access road ( normal sign-on location
) will be used for sign-on. Due to the limited space the access will be
restricted and marshalled to prevent gathering. There is limited parking
for officials only at the sign-on area so all competitors and essential
support ( eg Parents )
must arrive on 2 wheels or on foot. If you travel to the event in a
vehicle then park safely and respectfully and not on the course.
- D23/10, D1/25 and D600/50
courses – Sign-on will take place at the 10 mile TT finish line. If
arriving by vehicle provide a vehicle length of space between your vehicle
and other vehicles when parking on the old Ruthin Road.
In the unlikely event there isn’t enough room there are other lay-bys and
bypassed roads nearby which may be suitable.
- D37/2 course - The car park at
the Council Offices ( normal sign-on location )
will be used for sign-on. If arriving by vehicle provide a vehicle length
of space between your vehicle and other vehicles when parking in the
- D0/11 course - The road margin
opposite the start ( normal sign-on location )
will be used for sign-on. There is limited parking available at the
sign-on area and competitors are strongly advised to arrive on 2 wheels.
If arriving by vehicle provide a vehicle length of space between your
vehicle and other vehicles when parking in the sign-on area.
At the event
- 2m social distance
separation shall be maintained at all times.
- Competitors MUST NOT gather in anyway regardless
of current guidelines in the sign-on area or elsewhere.
- Competitors MUST NOT leave any personal items
with the time keeper at the start. Personal items may be left in the
sign-on area and collected after the race.
Warm-up and race
- An elevated resting heart rate or exceptionally
quick to react heart rate during warm up can suggest an underlying
asymptomatic illness of ANY kind. You should NOT start the event (DNS) and
leave immediately. Do not go to the start line if you feel this is the
case and notify the organiser of your intention not to start as a result
of an adverse warm-up.
- All warm-ups should be done on the road.
- Competitors must not arrive at the start more
than 7 minutes before their due start time.
- Competitors shall not be held up or pushed off
at the start.
- Competitors must
strictly obey the drafting rules to limit close proximity between
competitors whilst racing.
- No support can be provided if a competitor
suffers mechanical difficulties. It is strongly advised that all
competitors carry with them a spare inner-tube/tubular, pump and tyre
levers if required.
- It is strongly advised that all competitors
carry a mobile phone and take with them the telephone number of the event
organiser ( this will be displayed in the sign-on
area ). Please telephone the organiser if you have failed to finish the
After the race
- Competitors on finishing MUST
NOT stop at the finish
- Competitors MUST immediately
return to the sign-on area and place their race number in the bucket
- Personal items left in the sign-on area MUST be
collected and removed.
- Competitors MUST immediately
leave the sign-on area and then leave the event area – results may only be
announced if there is low turn out with no risk of significant gathering.
After the event
- The results will be posted on
the FB group soon after the event has ended.
One final point. To a lesser or greater extent we are all anxious
about the Covid 19 virus and this anxiety can lead to
social interactions being more difficult especially when authority and
compliance are in the air. We should all act respectfully and accept that
people who are anxious may exhibit slightly unusual or unexpected behaviour –
please make an allowance for this. Thank you in advance.
Nic Wright ( League Co-ordinator )
Andy Malcolm ( VC Melyd TT secretary )
Fergus Murray ( Rhyl CC TT secretary )
( Ruthin CC TT secretary )