Discussion in 'Time Trial, Long Distance and Endurance' started by Emile Flournoy, 15 Jun 2019.
What would be the shortest TT race normally orgaized?
usual club short ones are a 10 miler
As above. Less common are "come and try it " events when clubs might run shorter events to entice newcomers into the support.
Why dont you ask what the longest organised timetrial is. It might blow your mind.
At the start and end of the year there may be dependant on club: a 5 miles TT, a mile sprint or a Hill Climb TT, or occasionally a bespoke TT; 10 miles is the most common shortest IME.
It's at the top of the UCI records list
Our club regularly runs 5 mile TTs, interspersed with 10 milers across the season
Hill climbs are usually the shortest road TTs. There are a couple of long courses in the north, such as up Hartside, but courses in the south of England are rarely much over a mile and often shorter as the hills aren't very long.
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