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Hi all, received this from Bill McMillan at CTT


Dear Johnstone Wheelers

Hi All Can you please make anyone in your club who is organising an Open event under CTT that only competitors whose names appear on the official start sheet are allowed to ride.
Regulation 27(h) says:

h) Start
(i) Provide a Signing-on Sheet (and in Type A events a Signing-Out Sheet) for all riders to sign, at the point designated on the start sheet, and issue, if necessary any further safety instructions to riders.
(ii) Competitors shall be started at intervals of not less than one minute and having once started shall not be allowed a second start.
(iii) At the start a rider may be held by an official or, if preferred, remain stationary at the start point with one foot on the ground. Under no circumstances shall a "flying start" be allowed.
(iv) Competitors must not start earlier than their allotted time. If a competitor fails to start at his allotted time and subsequently reports to the starting timekeeper as being ready, his lateness in reporting shall constitute his penalty. He may then be started at the timekeeper's discretion but in no case less than one minute before or one minute after another competitor.

Only riders listed on the start sheet shall be allowed to compete. Save as otherwise provided, the Event Secretary shall have discretion to arrange the starting order as they wish bearing in mind the characteristics of their event and the need to avoid company riding as far as possible. It is not permissible to interpose in the starting order competitors in any other event except as provided for in the Regulation governing tandems.

Once the satart sheet has been published no other riders are allowed to start. eg where a rider who is on the start sheet does not turn up and another rider wishes to start in their place.

Please make your club organiser aware of this regulation.

Best regards Bill McMillan Scotland District Secretary



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