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  • TROPHIES FOR CLUB COMPETITION

    Club Time Trial Championship Shield. Formerly the Comet CC Time Trial Championship Shield.

    Long Distance Shield. Formerly the Crescent Wheelers CC “The WYLIE Shield”.

    Club Best All Rounder Cup. Formerly the “ROSENBERG” Bowl presented to the Comet CC by Davies Rosenberg Esq 19 1921 as a team award in the Comet Open 25 until it was superseded by the “AUBURN” Trophy for that purpose.

    Time Trials Handicap Shield. Formerly the “OPPY” Shield presented to the Crescent Wheelers CC by the Cyclo Gear Co.

    Fastest 10. The “STOKES MEMORIAL” Cup purchased in 1966 by subscriptions from members of the Comet CC in memory of Herbert Stokes, for more than 40 years a devoted official.

    Fastest 25. The “ALWORTHY” Cup presented to the Comet CC by Tom Allworthy, Club President 1921-1974.

    Fastest 30. The “ALBION” Bowl presented to the Crescent Wheelers CC in 1953 by the Albion Cycling Club.

    Fastest 50. “BINKS 50” Cup presented to the Crescent Wheelers CC by H. Binks, President and long serving official of the club.

    Fastest 100. MEMORIAL Cup purchased by subscription from members of the Comet CC in memory of Clubmates fallen in wars.

    Best 12 hour Cup. The “RENEE BLACKBURN” Memorial Cup presented to the Comet CC by W. Blackburn in memory of his wife, for many years a popular Vice President of the Club.

    Best 24 hour Cup. Formerly the Crescent Wheelers CC Championship Cup re-presented to that club by the outright winner, Eric Beauchamp.

    Rule 3. Club Time Trial Championship.

    In all sections except (b) and (f) the winner will receive a trophy to be held one year and also a medal (coloured gold) .
    Each runner up will receive a medal (coloured silver). In sections (b) and (f) the winner will receive (at present) a plaque (coloured gold) and the runner up a medal (coloured silver).
    Performances in Club, Association and Open events will count in all sections except (g) and claims must be submitted in each instance. Section (g) is confined to Club events only and will be awarded automatically.

    (a) Club Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the fastest aggregate time over one 10, one 25, one 30 and one 50, a total of 115 miles

    (b) Ladies Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the fastest aggregate time over one 10, one 25 and one 50, a total of 85 miles.

    (c) Junior Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the fastest aggregate time over two 10’s and two 25’s, a total of 70 miles.

    (d) Best All Rounder Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the best aggregate over one 25, one 50 and one 100. A total of 175 miles.

    (e) Long Distance Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the best aggregate over one 50, one 100 and one 12 hour.

    (f) Veterans Time Trial Championship.
    To be decided each year by the best aggregate age standard over one 10, one 25 and one 50, a total of 85 miles. Result Sheets giving ACTUAL TIMES must be submitted.

    (g) Club Time Trial Handicap Championship.
    To be decide each year by the best aggregate handicap time in Club events only over one 25, one 50 and one 100, a total of 175 miles.

    (h) School-age Time Trial Championship to be decided each year by the fastest aggregate of three 10 mile time trials including the Velopark 10 series.

    Rule 4. Claims for Prizes and Awards.

    Only times done in Open, Association or Club events will count.

    (a) Every member must give the Time Trial Secretary result sheets for their fastest ride at every distance on every machine type each year by October 31st unless done in a Club event.

    (b) Members must claim and show proof of any awards including Standards that they believe they have won excluding all awards for Club events which will be awarded automatically.

    Rule 7. Club Records.

    Note:- By ruling of the inaugural meeting in 1969 original records are to be built up on each type of machine at each distance at the end of the Club’s first year or subsequent years until all are set.

    (a) Individual records: In the event of a member breaking a Club Record a special plaque will be awarded (one per rider per distance per machine type). Separate sets of records are applicable to Ladies and Men. From 1983 separate sets of records are to be built up for Juniors, male and female, below the age of 19 years.

    Times by PTT’s in other clubs’ events will not be accepted.

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