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Welcome to the website for the WTTA Hardrider series. The Hardrider series is a cycling competition run annually in the West DC.

This site is intended to be a complete online resource for the series. You will find details of each counting event, including maps and start and result sheets as these become available. As you might expect, the latest points tables will also be posted here. In addition to information on the current season's competition, you can also find archive results for each event and series since it was first run in 1991.

How to get in on the action.

Entry to the events is open to all riders who hold membership of Cycling Time Trials (formerly RTTC) affiliated clubs. In order to be eligible for points and prizes however, your club must be affiliated to the WTTA (subscriptions must be paid by March 31st each year to qualify) or alternatively you can join the WTTA as a private member* at a cost of £7 per person. The WTTA Treasurer's details and more information can be found on the affiliates page.

Points scoring and prizes.

Points are now allocated based on the placing of only eligible riders with 120 for 1st, 119 for 2nd, 118 for 3rd and so on down to 1 point for the 120th placed eligible rider. Riders who are not eligible for points regardless of finishing position in an event will be ignored for the purposes of applying points.

There is a Trophy for the series winner and awards for:
- First seven seniors*
- First three Vets (in age groups 40-49*, 50-59, 60 and over)
- First three teams of 3 (all of whom must have completed 6 events)
- First lady
- First Juv/Jun
* Senior and Vet40 awards are considered together

The Points tables for the series will not be compiled until after March, once all the club and private affiliations have been received.

* Private members are not eligible for team prizes.

To find out about events included in the series click on the link for the current / forthcoming season in the side bar to the left. You can then access information on each event including details of the date and event organiser plus a course description and map.

If you can't find the information your looking for here you can contact David Summers , the series coordinator :
Email : David Summers

    This page last updated on Thursday 19 February, 2009 20:19