Winster Wakes East Beast Hillclimb Event - please enter!

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Winster Wakes East Beast Hillclimb Event - please enter!

Post by Woolfie on Mon May 23, 2016 8:34 pm

As part of the Winster Wakes festival week, the club are helping the organisers to hold a hillclimb - 'The East Beast' Winster Hillclimb - its on a road that we will close for the duration of the event with the agreement of the residents of Winster - please let everyone know about the event and lets have a great turnout - its a chance for a bit of fun as part of the festival!

'THE EAST BEAST' ­ EAST BANK, WINSTER CYCLE HILL TIME TRIAL
DATE – Monday 27th June, 2016
TIME ­ Registration from 6.30pm onwards.
Time Trial from 7.30 – 8.45pm.

General conditions

Sponsoring organisation – Winster Wakes Carnival, in collaboration with Matlock Cycling Club.

Course – East Bank, Winster from The Old Bowling Green Inn to The Common adjacent to the
children's swings below Wyn's Tor.

Nature of terrain – Uphill through­out on a minor road adopted by Derbyshire County Council.

Traffic – Residents are being requested to avoid road traffic movement between 7.20am and
8.45pm. The route selected will not disrupt traffic passing through Winster on the B5057.

Personal safety – All junior riders (under 18) must wear a Protective Hard Shell Helmet and all
adult riders are strongly recommended to wear similar head­gear. On registering riders will sign
to agree that the hill trial is reasonable form of exercise for their state of current health.

Junior riders­ Parental consent is required of all riders under the age of 18 years.

Medical support­ St John's Ambulance is contracted to provide two accredited personnel during
the event (7.15 – 8.45pm).

It is a club event and as it is on normal roads the rider has to be 12 and have a signed parental consent. Matlock CC time trial pass is acceptable and 12-18 Matlock CC riders are free but everyone else pays a special rate of £2 including guest riders from Winster.


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