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Come & Try It Time Trial (10 miles) Peterborough

Event info
Wed 30/07/2014, 19:00

Fancy trying a Time Trial, the challenge of seeing how fast you can be over 10 miles. Well this event is open for riders of all abilities on any roadworthy bike. The course is based around Helpston just to the West of Peterborough. Entry is on the night, with signing on from 18.00 with the event starting at 19.00. See for more details, or please feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Start is on Heath Road. 52.614495, -0.344105

Latest Comments

  • Rendel Harris 2 min 15 sec ago

    I doubt a plastic thumb shifter as illustrated would be sufficiently robust or offer enough leverage to operate a brake, would it?

  • chrisonatrike 5 min 2 sec ago

    I didn't notice so many bollards in the Netherlands.  It was a while back though and I wasn't specifically looking.  I know they're in favour of...

  • brooksby 39 min 10 sec ago

    Someone did exactly the same thing to me last night, but the overtaking vehicle was only a BMW estate...  Long straight road, approaching a new...

  • Veloism 58 min 1 sec ago

    Total gimmick. You're paying for useless features here. If you want to invest in something that will actually make a real difference to your safety...

  • ShutTheFrontDawes 1 hour 31 min ago

    I don't think you're councillor material with comments like that ...

  • Steve K 1 hour 34 min ago

    It's only a problem if the average speed of your front wheel is different to that of your back wheel.

  • 11waterloo 1 hour 44 min ago

    No worries! It must be a real pain when you are in a completely different time zone and daylight saving gets thrown in as well! The game shows the...

  • Awavey 1 hour 51 min ago

    How complicated is just dont drive into people to master ?...

  • chrisonatrike 2 hours 53 min ago

    Maybe they thought her piece was rather heady and raw - it needed more maturation?

  • ktache 3 hours 6 min ago

    Why do these self-entitled motorists think they should be blocking a pavement. Doesn't their "road tax" pay for them to block the road.