*RWM* Time Trial Series (#2 of 3) Geiger

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Time Trials

  1. Registration will open by 5:15 and close by 6:15. Late registrants will be allowed. (Weekend Time Trials will start registration at 9am and first rider will start at 10am)
  2. Start times are issued in order of registration. First to register, first to start, etc.
  3. DO NOT LOITER around the finish area to find out your time. I am usually busy trying to accurately get the times of the other riders while they finish. Not only do you provide a distraction to me, you create a safety hazard to those finishing in more than one way.
  4. Merckx Style TT is an event with no Aero Equipment Allowed, with the exception of wheels it would be the same bike and equipment you would use in a mass start event.  Wheels with a rim depth of more than 50mm, Aero Helmets, Aero Bars, and TT Specific Frames and will race in a separate category.

Geiger Grade TT

  1. Take Interstate 580/US 395 South and take Exit 57B to South Virginia St Southbound. Turn Left (East) at the Mt Rose Hwy/Geiger Grade intersection with South Virginia St and travel approx 1.5 miles to the intersection of SR341 (Geiger Grade) and Kivitt Ln.
  2. Course is a 7.7 mile point to point event starting at the intersection of Kivett Ln and SR341. Here is the course map. All categories do the same course.
  3. Course is open to traffic so please be mindful and aware at all times. Centerline Rule is in effect at all times. Anyone caught violating the centerline rule will be disqualified.
  4. Do Not Warm Up on Geiger Grade in order to minimize the impact of the event on local traffic. Please bring a trainer or warm up on Toll Road.
  5. Registration opens at 5:15 pm. First rider off at 6:15 with 30 second intervals separating the participants.
  6. Please stay to the right of the cones at the summit finish, riders not entering the finish line chute may not get timed. Please avoid riding back through the finish area as it creates dangerous and unnecessary congestion.