BBCh15 Race #02 - Team Time Trial

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When : Sunday, 15 March 2015
Where : Emerald Isle Resort | Old Madras Road
Reporting Time : 6:00AM
Race Start : 7:00AM
Distance : 48kms Only
Race Fee : Online -INR 300/- (e.g - a team - 3 pays Rs 300x3 = Rs. 900) , NO Spot Registration

Note: Team may be made up of a MINIMUM OF TWO & MAXIMUM OF FOUR Riders at the start of the race.

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Note: Registration will be closed by Friday, 13th (midnight)

The 2015 season of the awesome Bangalore Bicycle Championships is going with a 48km Team Time Trial on Old Madras Road.
The start point is Emerald Isle Resort on Old Madras Road in Hoskote.
Get your race face on people and get ready for a rocking at the Bangalore Bicycle Championships.

The Route :
Out and back along the Old Madras Road, starting in the service road, entering the highway immediately. Stay on the highway for approximately 24km, and take a U-turn just after the Cafe Coffee Day from your left side.

How to Get There :
The start point is situated on the main road, next to Emerald Isle Resort, approximately 10km past the toll gates on the Old Madras Road, heading towards Kolar.

Map to race start :

The race will start at 7am. Get to the venue at 6-6:15am. Make sure your team pre-register and digitally sign your indemnity form online, so you just have to collect your bib numbers on race day. The start/finish will be at Emerald Isle Resort.

Race Details:
Race Venue / Parking / Registration Desk : Emerald Isle Resort, approximately 10km past the toll gates on the Old Madras Road.
Start Point : Opp. to Emerald Isle Resort.
Points of caution from start-point :
@ 7km Busy Intersection to watch out.
@ 22km Fly-over approaching to a small hillock.
@ 23km Left side Cafe Coffee Day outlet with HP petrol bunk.

@ 24km U- turn, with BBCh sign marked on road.
(24km as per car odometer and may vary little bit as per cyclo-comp or Garmin)
@ 41km Busy Intersection to watch out.

@ 48km - Finish Line

@ 10:00 O'Clock - Podium
Team Time Trial: Rules & Regulations :
Teams may be made up of a minimum of two riders and a maximum of four riders at the start of the race.

Team times will be based on the following;
a. If 4 riders start, the time will be based on the third rider at the finish
b. If 3 riders start, the time will be based on the second rider at the finish
c. If 2 riders start, the time will be based on the second rider at the finish

Women, Masters and under-18 teams must include only riders from those individual categories, however, any of these riders can ride in Open category teams.

There will be no championship points earned by the individual riders. Teams with more than four riders can submit a second (and third) team to race the TTT.

More on the points system, rider conduct, support vehicles etc are all explained in the awesome BBCh race rule book –
Race Notes :
  • It’s a pretty even and smooth road surface which is mildly rolling.
  • We will have a volunteer at the U-turn point. Water and refreshments will be available at the start and finish line.
  • Riders are expected to be on self supported race mode including mechanical fixing, flat fixing, carrying their own toolkit, towing of the cycle if required etc.
  • Emergency ambulance support will be available (Thanks to Sita Bhateja speciality hospital and Spectrum Physio. You guys are awesome!)
  • Any rider can contact the race director through a specified BBCh phone number which will be active ONLY on race day (+91 74069 98925)
  • Riders are expected to read and understand and adhere to the rules of the race available on the website
  • The race referee reserves the sole discretion of analyzing any situation during the race and his opinion will be considered final
  • Registration is strictly on-line and no spot registration will be allowed
  • If you would like to get in touch with the the core team, please do shoot us an email at

BBCh15 Race #02 - Team Time Trial Result

Here is a awesome BBCh15 Race #02 - TTT Road Race Report from BikeyVenky :
Race Report

Checkout the great photos of the Race :
Raghu Mohan

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