Saturday results: NSW Club Team Time Trial Championships & Singleton Challenge
Sunday results: Hunter Valley Chrono
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Dust off your disc wheels and clip on your tri bars; the biggest time trial weekend you've ever seen is coming to Singleton!
A revamped TTT weekend in November brings not one, but two days of time-trialling just 2 hours north of Sydney.
Day One brings the traditional state championships we all know and love, with teams of four staking their claims as NSW's premier club. For those just looking for a ride, Saturday will also feature the non-championship Singleton Challenge.
Day Two brings the brand-new Hunter Valley Chrono, where almost anything goes! Whether you ride as a four, in pairs or as a socially-distanced individual, every cyclist will have the chance to stretch their legs across the beautiful wine region.
For those with a competitive edge, we’ll find NSW’s best team time triallists, full stop. We expect the state’s top NRS teams, Masters teams and clubs to prove themselves against the clock.
Read on for more about each event.
Since 1928, the team time trial has decided NSW’s champion club.
Building off the fantastic introduction to Singleton last year, once again, teams of four from clubs across the state will face off for the title of NSW champions.
Whether you’re in the Under-19, Elite or one of the Masters age categories, find three clubmates and ride against the clock for club honour.
The overall best club on the 30km circuit will win the coveted shield as the premier club in NSW.
For cyclists who just want to ride with three mates, and aren’t concerned with club glory, take on the breathtaking 30km circuit in the Singleton Challenge!
With no club or gender restrictions, you and your friends can test yourselves against the clock and against everyone else. Test your teamwork, make memories and create stories to share later over a drink or two.
Photo: Henry Yates
Introducing the brand-new Hunter Valley Chrono, a time trial extravaganza where almost anything goes!
Ride the 30 kilometres as an individual time trial, a pairs time trial or as a "super team" of four —whatever works for you. (If you’re really game, you can even ride multiple times!)
There’ll be over- and under-100 pairs time trials, a 17km short course option for individuals, and — above all that — we’ll finally find NSW’s best team time trial team, period.
For a while, NRS and Masters teams from different clubs have asked us to put on a team time trial for them. And now, they’ll have the chance to prove their chops.
With no restrictions on club, age or uniform, simply find your three fastest friends, enter a team and put your name on the perpetual Hunter Valley Chrono Cup as the state’s fastest four-up TTT squad.
Who are the fastest male and female teams in the state? Let’s find out!
Those who’ve competed in Singleton before will notice something slightly different about this year’s courses.
Riders will still take on the scenic 30km circuit east of Singleton, but for a safer and smoother experience, we’ve moved the start/finish area down the road from Glendon Hall.
Teams will start and finish near the corner of Glendon Road and Roughit Lane. This will allow for more parking, more room to warm up, and a safer day for everyone.
Click to check out the new Singleton Team Time Trial route.
On Sunday, there’s also a 17km short-course option for individuals who want a shorter ride. This will also be used by juniors in an NSWIS talent ID event.