CMC TT Rules

  • To be eligible to participate in the CMC Time Trials you must be a member of CMC, have a membership card from the Ontario Associations of Triathletes or sign a CMC waiver.
  • There will be a fee of $3.00 per/race
  • Participants will need to sign in with the timekeeper no less 15 minutes prior to the start of the race.
  • The race route’s roads being used for the CMC TT’s are not closed to any motor vehicles, pedestrians or livestock, as a cyclist you must expect to adhere to the Ontario Highway Traffic Act and use common sense when to give up the right of way.
  • TT’s are a sport for the individual and at no time is a participant allowed to receive any form of assistance during the race.  Drafting is not permitted.
  • The Timekeeper is in charge of the race and has the ability to refuse a willing participant from entering the race due to unacceptable behavior
  • Timekeeper must have 2 stop watches
  • Volunteer &/or another participant will hold the riders bike at the start line to accommodate the rider for departure.
  • Notify the rider of start with a countdown starting from 20 seconds down to zero.
  • Riders will depart at 1 minute intervals.
  • Warm ups are not permitted on the race route while races are in progress.
  • Riders race start positioning will be decided based on the riders speed. The slower riders will depart first with having the fastest rider leaving last.  (For the first few TT’s this will be an estimate as we have concluded a few TT’s we will use the previous results to determine the riders position on the start line).
  • Time Keeper will announce the results and times (Male & Female).
  • Occasionally sponsored draw prizes will be given out at certain races.
  • Timekeeper will hand in the Sign In Sheets with the race results to the President prior to the end of the week.
  • Timekeeper to forward the entry fees to the Cambridge Multisport Club Treasurer by the end of the week.