Time trials range in distance, typically from 10, 25, 50 and 100 miles, or races are held over a fixed time of 12 or 24 hours. With cutting edge technology and wind tunnel tested skin suits and aero bikes at the fore to achieve the fastest speeds with least air resistance.

Known as the Race of Truth, time trials are generally a solo event where riders start at 1 minute intervals and race against the clock. Its all about maintaining the fastest speed and power output over the given distance or time.

Maria racing against the clock in a 25 mile time trial on the V237 course in 2016.



Susan racing on the R25/3H 25 mile time trial course in Wales, July 2018.

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