Seacroft Wheelers, supported by Edinburgh Bicycle Co-operative are excited to announce that this years races will feature the clubs first Womens Race ! 🙂
Rider Info. pack (to follow)
Bishop Wood circuit, near Cawood.
Race 1- 9:30am Regional A Road Race Cat 2/3/4/ 59 miles (11 laps)
Race 2- 1.45pm Regional B Womens Road Race Cat 3/4/day license 38 miles (7 laps)
Ridethrough/timeline guide for the Womens race.
Entrance fee is £25 (+£1 B.C. booking/admin fee) and on a first come first served basis (then reserves list).
Signing-on opens 1 hour before each race and closes 20 mins before race start.
Prizes for 1st to 5th place, points to 15th place (Race 1), 10th place (Race 2). Prize giving will take place in the village hall after each race.
The race will take place on open roads, with traffic management, marshalls, race convoy including paramedic support.
HQ: Jubilee Village Hall, Jubilee Road, Wistow, Selby, YO8 3YP
60 places per race, enter online here…..
For the event to be successful we need a minimum number of riders across the event, if either race is under subscribed then we may need to cancel the event or relist the Womens race, opening it up to the men. Obviously the hope is that this is not necessary but just an F.Y.I. and should this occur full refunds will be given providing the entries were before the closing date.
Closing date for advance entries midnight 17th March 2019 (entry on day £30).
(no refunds possible after this date, reserves list available for both races, in the event of any rider withdrawing the reserves list will be notified and any available places will be on a “first come, first served” basis).
Day license can be purchased at sign on, cost is £10 to Bronze/Ride BC member and Non BC member and £5 for Gold or Silver. ID/BC membership card will be required on the day if you don’t already have a race license. Race license will be handed in at sign on and returned after the event.
Course in brief, HQ Wistow, neutralised convoy to the red marker (approx position of start/finish)
Rolling start and then anti clockwise for either the 7 or 11 laps on the route marked in blue.
As a British Cycling registered event it will be run in accordance with the relevant discipline specific British Cycling technical regulations and guidelines.