***Racers may choose to enter in their proper category or any higher category, but not a lower category.***
Timing Services will be provided! Online registration closes at midnight, May 20, 2021
Onsite fees increase by $10 on the day of the race. Onsite registration opens at 7:00am for 30 minutes.
USAC Rules: All USA Cycling rules apply. Refer to www.usacycling.org for more details. All competitors must submit a signed USAC standard release form and present a valid license in order to race. One-day USAC licenses for Juniors, Novice Men, and Novice Women races will be sold on site for $10.
Open to all riders. Medals awarded only to non-pro, NC/SC residents.
Other stuff: CPSC certified helmets required for all races, including warm up and cool down rides.
Centerline rule will be strictly enforced. Water bottles, wrappers, and all other litter may not be discarded in parking lots or on the course. Anyone discarding litter will be disqualified.
Race will be held rain or shine. No refunds. All racers are obliged to obey all NC traffic laws.
RACE DIRECTOR: Aldo Palacios (803) 210-7448 firstname.lastname@example.org
TIME TRIAL COURSE QUESTIONS: James Brown (518) 335-1809 email@example.com
REGISTRATION QUESTIONS: Jim Smalley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolinas Cycling Association Regional (NC/SC) Time Trail Course
- The course is a 40 km route in eastern Cumberland County. It is generally flat, with some rolling terrain. There is one overpass, and one bump about 1.5 miles from the Finish Line.
- Red dot is the Start/Finish
- 40K blue arrows with Coleman Rd an out and back
- 20K red arrows out and back
Administrative Stuff and Hotel Information
Wade, NC. Exit 61 off I - 95. Go west off the exit on Wade-Stedman Road. Proceed straight on Church Street through the red flashing light. Turn left on Powell Street. Wade Community Fire Dept. is on the left.
Camping. FREE camping available on Friday night behind the Fire Station. Go all the way to the back and keep the concrete apron clear! Give the Wade Fire Dept. a few bucks for their hospitality.