URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium May
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium May
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium May
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium May
URA CFS - Share the Road Criterium May


The 1.7km Cecil / Robinson Road circuit will see exciting team criterium races in the July edition.  From 6:00am to 7:30am with a half hour public transition to the opening of the official opening of the circuit at 8:00am.

There will be two race waves of 15 laps duration each:

Race 1

Men's Supermasters (45+) & Men's Veterans (55+) and Men's Juniors (17-18)

Race 2

Men's Masters (35+) 

The Share the Road series highlights the diversity of cyclists in our community and we are looking forward to the community coming down and supporting our local Singapore riders in this exciting event.



Volunteers and Sponsors

These are non-profit events with any excess funds going towards supporting the sharetheroad.sg . We will be asking for the support of the larger cycling community to assist. We really need the support of the community in terms of volunteers as well as sponsors (monetary or product)

While the event is early, the streets are well lighted, so we hope the Singapore cycling community will come down and support / cheer on their fellow riders. It's only through showing that we have a vibrant and sharing cycling scene, will more opportunities come to the competitive cycling scene.



      Singapore Cycling Federation        Share the Road Logoo





The Criterium Course


Please do not use the Shenton Way Bus Lane to come to the event. This is a special lane setup for the buses and must not be compromised with cyclists entering. We have had specific instructions from LTA that this must be adhered to. Thank you.


1.7km Circuit of Fast Downtown Roads!

An awesome opportunity to race downtown, surrounded by the towering office blocks and iconic landmarks of Singapore. The circuit will follow the same direction as the URA Car Free Sunday route which officially opens to the general public at 8am on the Sunday morning.


NOTE: LIGHTS REQUIRED (non flash mode) for all cyclists competing.


URA Car Free Sunday Share the Road Criterium


Further Details of Access Points and Rider Assembly Point etc will be announced once permits are approved.


URA Car Free Sunday Share the Road Criterium Series

Sunday, 30 July 2017 – 5:30am – 8:30am

NOTE NEW TIME FOR JUNIOR A: Junior A will start at 6:01am  (Straight after Supermasters / Vetreans Start)

Race Chip Numbers: http://my.raceresult.com/78727/


Thank you again for supporting local racing and helping to grow the local cycling community. Together with Singapore Cycling Federation, we seek your help to read this briefing so you’re ready to race.


Kick pickup will be on race day. Please come down early enough to pickup your kit and get ready.

Before the Race:

  • Place your race bib number on the left back pocket of your cycling jersey
  • Place your bike sticker on your seatpost
  • Place your timing chip on either the left / right fork as low as possible (with cable ties)

Bikes / Equipment Allowed

  • For all events your bike should be a UCI approved road bike
  • Tri Bikes / Tri Bars are not allowed. Bottle cages behind the seat are not allowed
  • Bike cameras can be mounted to the bike (no protruding) but are not allowed on helmets
  • You can bring spare wheels and hold these at the Crit Mechanic Area
  • Please come prepared as there is limited mechanical support


Meeting Point: Corner McCallum and Cecil Street

  • DO NOT USE Shenton Way or the Shenton Way Bus Lane (Our permit will be revocked if cyclists use the Bus Lane)
  • Best to get to the race start via Telok Ayer Street onto McCallum Street
  • There will be a holding area for race participants on McCallum Street (Near Cecil intersection)
  • Please come warned up as once inside the circuit you can’t use it unless racing.
  • When crossing intersections please obey the Police / Marshals at all times
  • There will be a bag drop off area for participants. Please use the bag tag provided.
  • Please be ready for your race at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start
  • If there is heavy rain / lightning threats, you race maybe cancelled.
  • Please return your chip after your race - $100 replacement fee for lost chips will apply


  • We have two medics / ambulance teams for this event.
  • Please seek the medics team assistance if you have any medical issue
  • If you are feeling faint, tired or have chest pains, please do not race and consult the medics
  • Pure will be providing free electrolyte drinks for participants.
  • There are limited waters provided free of charge for cyclists. Please dispose of your rubbish


The races will follow the core UCI rules for criteriums. Please note the following:

  • YELLOW FLAGS are used to highlight an obstacle ahead or a crash. Please race as normal but be aware of the warning and exercise caution
  • RED FLAGS are used to neutralise a race (either to 20km per hour) or if instructed by the Marshal, riders should stop completely. Race can be neutralised for the following types of reasons:
    • Severe crash (early in the race) that impedes a majority of riders
    • Request by the Police / Lightning Warning where safety of the rider is compromised
  • Please Obey the Police and Marshals at all times
  • The estimated number of laps for each race is published, however the final lap count will be based on average speed of the first lap and calculated out.
  • The last 5 Laps will be counted down with the “1” sign accompanied by a Bell.
  • For this race there will be no sprint laps. We hope to introduce these into future races.


  • There will be a repair pit (50m past the start) to facilitate free laps. To be eligible for a free lap, riders must report to the race official in the pit. Riders re-enter the race in the position held at the time of the mishap.
  • Riders do not have to complete the entire lap on which the mishap occurred to report to the pit. They may cut the course however must keep everyone’s safety in mind.
  • Riders taking a free lap are ineligible for “primes” for one lap after re-entering the race.
  • A Marshal in the pit will inspect the mishap for legitimacy and direct the re-entry of the riders.
  • You may leave your own wheels in the pit area. Please collect immediately after the race. Cycosports will not be responsible for any mishap / loss of wheels.
  • Free Laps are for mishaps derived from a crash (you are involved in), broken components or a burst tire.


  • The Marshals may ask you to pull over and take you out of the race if you have been lapped or are about to be lapped, especially if there is a large peloton bearing down on you.
  • In some cases where the field is small, or strung out, you maybe allowed to stay in the race. In these cases please ensure you keep well to the left and do not interfere / “hang on” to riders who are a lap up. Be fair and let them ride their own race.


5:00 am                Setup Begins

5:15 am                Marshals arrive and head to their locations

5:30 am                Race 1 (Supermasters, Veterans and Junior A) Riders Group (McCallum & Cecil)

5:45 am                Race 1 Briefing

6:00 am                Race 1 Starts (Supermasters & Veterans)

6:01 am                Junior A Start

6:15 am                Race 2 Riders Group (McCallum & Cecil)

6:30 am                Race 2 Briefing

6:40am                 Race 1 Ends

6:45 am                Race 2 Starts (Men’s Masters)

7:30 am                Race 2 Ends

7:40 am                Prize Giving

7:50 am                Cyclists Requested to Head to URA Flag Off (Padang)

8:00 am                URA Car Free Sunday Flag Off (Padang)        

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Prize Giving

The prize giving will be held immediately after the last race. There will be top 3 podium prizes for the four race categories.


Frequently Asked Questions


Please check through the frequently asked questions below. If you can't find the answer you're most welcome to drop us a question here.


Q: Can I register on the day?

A: No - You must register on the website and registration will be closing a few days before the event. Pickup of the chip / race pack will be at the event itself 30 minutes before the race starts.


Q: Do I need a SCF  or UCI licence for this race?

A: No, not for these criteriums, however, we do insist that you have adequate race insurance. Under the SCF licence / insurance scheme, there is a very good (and affordable licence insurance)


Q: Can I cancel my booking once entered?

A: No, once paid, your entry is confirmed. 


Q: How can I warm up before my race?

A: Please use surround roads (non-circuit) and take caution and ensure you are back in time for your start time.


Q: Do you have medics on hand in case of emergency?

A: Yes we have a full medical team stationed at the event and ambulances on standby.


Q: I'd like to help out (volunteer) on the day - is that possible?

A: Absolutely - we always need help running these events. Please drop us a message here.





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URA Care Free Sunday - Share the Road Criterium - July 2017