OCBC Cycle Team Time Trial Championships 2018

Availability: Registration Closes 21 March 9am

01-04-2018

The OCBC Cycle Singapore National Team Time Trial is an exciting event aimed at showcasing time trials in Singapore. Whether your elite riders looking for a national spot, a triathlete or a club team of males and females, the day will prove challenging and exciting for all. We have two broad racing sections - the Elite categories under UCI TTT rules, which require a SCF Licence and Sport which does not require a licence and is aimed at the triathletes and weekend warriors. Create your dream team or 2 or 4 and start your training now.

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Team Time Trial Championships 2018

The objective of the TTT will be to attract as many enthusiastic cyclists to racing as possible. As such there will be both Quad (4) and Duo (2) team options. The event will be split into two levels – Elite and Sport. Elite categories will get SCF series points and will require a bicycle which meets UCI saddle and time trial bar measurements (see attached). Sport will not get SCF series points and the participant can use any road worthy bicycle providing it is safe and has two brakes.

Elite categories will need a SCF Licence (purchase here) and get SCF series points. As the elite category is under UCI rules, it will require a bicycle which meets UCI saddle and time trial bar measurements (see here). Sport will not get SCF series points and the participant can use any road worthy bicycle providing it is safe and has two brakes.

The sport category does not need a licence and will not get SCF series points. The sport participant can use any road worthy bicycle providing it is safe and has two brakes.

The following are the proposed event categories. Please note, when registering for Elite (SCF Points Category) each rider must nominate which SCF Points category they wish the results to be included in. You should come up with a unique team name (different to your cycling club - eg Anza Avengers). Your club is still needed if you want to collect SCF points in the national rankings.

 

Elite Quad TTT (Points Available)

 Participants

Finish Time

 

Men's Open 30km

Men of all ages

3rd over line

 

Men's Masters 30km

All riders above 35 years

3rd over line

 

Women's Open 30km

Women of all ages

3rd over line

 

Mixed Open 30km

Mixed gender team (at least 1 female)

4th over line

       

Sport Quad TTT (No SCF Points / No checks for saddle/time trial lengths)

Finish Time

 

Men's Open 30km

Men of all ages

3rd over line

 

Men's Masters 30km

All riders above 35 years

3rd over line

 

Women's Open 30km

Women of all ages

3rd over line

 

Mixed Open 30km

Mixed gender team (at least 1 female)

4th over line

       

Elite Duo TTT(Points Available)

 

Finish Time

 

Men's 20km

Men of all ages

2nd over line

 

Men's Masters 20km

Both riders above 35 years

2nd over line 
 

Women's 20km

Women of all ages

2nd over line

 

Mixed 20km

One female / One Male

2nd over line

 

Juniors A 20km

Age 17-18 years

2nd over line

 

Juniors B 20km

Age 13-16 years

2nd over line

       

Sport Duo TTT (No SCF Points / No checks for saddle/time trial lengths)

Finish Time

 

Men's 20km

Men of all ages

2nd over line

 

Men's Masters 20km

Both riders above 35 years

2nd over line

 

Women's 20km

Women of all ages

2nd over line

 

Mixed 20km

One female / One Male

2nd over line

 

Women's 20km

Women of all ages

2nd over line

 

Juniors A 20km

Age 17-18yrs

2nd over line

 

Juniors B 20km

Age 13-16yrs

2nd over line

 

 

 

Singapore Cycling Federation

 

 

Route

 

The TTT  Course

 

The OCBC Cycle Team Time Trial is confirmed for 1 April 2018 from 7:30 am. The event location is pending announcement but the date is now 100% confirmed.

 

Team Tents

Tents are most welcome and are encouraged to help keep cyclists and spectators out of the sun. Details of setup location will be announced shortly.

 

Parking

Details will be announced shortly.

 

 

Schedule

Full Schedule Will Be Up Once Road Closures Are Confirmed

FAQ's

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 20th March 2018 (or sooner if a category is full).

 

Q: How Old Am I?

A: Sounds a silly question but we get asked a lot. To work out your UCI / SCF age simply take away this year from your birth year - eg 2018-1969 to 49 years (regardless of when your birthday is in the calendar year).

 

Q: We don't have all or our team worked out yet. Can I just register a team block and sort our names later?

A: No - but you can individually register your team members and so reserve a team spot. Your final members must register by the 20th March, otherwise, your team will forfeit their spot and entry fees.

 

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

A: Anyone who wants to participate in the Elite category must have a SCF race licence (click here to purchase). The Sport category does not require a SCF Licence.

 

Q: Do I need race Insurance?

A: We strongly advise everyone should have race insurance. You can purchase annual insurance at $55 when you purchase a SCF licence that covers you for the year and includes insurance for racing and training. Alternatively, we have NTUC Race Day insurance at $12 for those competing in the Competitive categories.

 

Q: Can I cancel my booking once entered?

A: No, once paid, your entry is confirmed and cannot be cancelled. We will accept transfers (until 20 March) if you are unable to compete due to injury. 

 

Q: Can I change my race category later?

A: No, please think carefully before choosing your category.

 

Q: How can I warm up before my race?

A: Please use the surrounding roads and take caution as these will be open roads. Please ensure your team is back within 15 minutes of your scheduled start.

 

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

A: Yes we have a full medical team stationed at the event and an ambulance 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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Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q)

Please read the questions carefully and answer honestly.

 

Yes/No

1.    Has your doctor ever said that you have a heart condition and that you should only do physical activity recommended by a doctor?

Yes/No

2.    Do you feel pain in your chest when you do physical activity?

Yes/No

3.    In the past month, have you had chest pain when you were not doing physical activity?

Yes/No

4.    Do you lose your balance because of dizziness or do you ever lose consciousness?

Yes/No

5.    Do you have a bone or joint problem (for example, back, knee or hip) that could be made worse by a change in your physical activity?

Yes/No

6.    Is your doctor currently prescribing drugs (for example, water pills) for your blood pressure or heart condition?

Yes/No

7.    Do you know of any other reason why you should not do physical activity?

Yes/No

If you answered YES to one or more questions:

Consult your doctor by phone or in person BEFORE you start becoming much more physically active or BEFORE you have a fitness appraisal. Tell your doctor about the PAR-Q and which question you answered YES.

  • You may be able to do an activity you want – as long as you start slow and build up gradually. Or you may need to restrict your activities to those which are safe for you. Consults your doctor about the kinds of activities you wish to participate in and follow his/her advice.
  • Find out which community programmes are safe and helpful for you.

If you answered NO honestly to all PAR-Q questions, you can be reasonably sure to:

  • Start becoming much more physically active. Starting slowly and building up gradually is the safest and easiest way to go.
  • Take part in a fitness appraisal. This is excellent for determining your basic fitness so as to plan the best way to live actively. Evaluating your blood pressure is also strongly recommended. For readings above 144/94, consult your doctor before you become more physically active.

Delay becoming much more active:

  • If you are not feeling well because of a temporary illness such as a cold or a fever – wait until you feel better, or
  • If you are or may be pregnant – consult your doctor before you start becoming more active.