2019 Scottish National Women’s Road Series #5 inc. Scottish Vet Women’s RR Championship, Sally Anne Low Memorial

Road , Kincraig – Sunday, 08 Sep 2019

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Sally Anne Low Memorial Women’s Road Race is the Sunday afternoon event of the annual Cairngorm CC race weekend. This year it has a similar recipe of events and you can enter any or all as you wish. As with last year this race incorporates the Scottish National Women’s Series and the Scottish Veteran Women’s Road Race Championships

 The other events of the weekend are:

  • the Mackie Trophy TT on Saturday morning
  • the Cairngorm Hill Climb TT on Saturday afternoon
  • the Kincraig 10 mile TT on Sunday morning

Event Details

Event URN:

440415

Start Date:

Sun, 8th Sep 2019

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Kincraig Community Hall, Kincraig, PH21 1NB

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Series:

Scottish Women's Road Race Series
Scottish National Championship

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 23rd Aug 2019

Online Entry FAQs
Event promoted by:

Cairngorm CC (website)

Event Website:

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Event Organiser:

Mike Barras
treasurer.cairngormcc@gmail.com

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About the Event

Info for Riders

The Sally Anne Low Memorial Race starts on the B9152 near the B970 road junction and heads south to Kingussie where it  turns left onto Duke Street, right onto Spey Street then left onto Station Road. It crosses the level crossing and follows the B970 out of Kingussie. It continues on the B970 past Ruthven Barracks and through Insh to turn left by Insh Hall and descends to Loch Insh. It crosses the end of the loch on the long road bridge and climbs up The Brae to the T junction with the B9152. It turns left here towards Kingussie (one lap completed).  The race continues for most of a second lap with the finish being almost at the top of The Brae in Kincraig, by the entrance to the Ossian.

Eligibility criteria for the Championship below

 

  • 18.1.2 All SC Championships shall be open to: -

 

a) SC/BC members (members of clubs affiliated to SC)

 

b) Scottish Nationals (persons born in Scotland)

 

c) Scottish Residents (persons who have lived in Scotland for three of the last five years)

 

d) Persons who have at least one parent who was born in Scotland.

 

e) Members of the armed forces who meet none of the above, but who by necessity are required to live in Scotland away from their normal residence.

 

Persons in sections (b), (c), (d) and (e) must be members of an UCI recognised Cycling Federation.


Entry Fees & Races

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E/1/2/3/4 Women Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Sun 08/09/19 14:30 Women Only Band 4 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ... 47km / 29 miles
Sun 08/09/19 – 14:30

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Sally Anne Low Memorial Women’s Road Race is the Sunday afternoon event of the annual Cairngorm CC race weekend. This year it has a similar recipe of events and you can enter any or all as you wish. As with last year this race incorporates the Scottish National Women’s Series and the Scottish Veteran Women’s Road Race Championships

 The other events of the weekend are:

  • the Mackie Trophy TT on Saturday morning
  • the Cairngorm Hill Climb TT on Saturday afternoon
  • the Kincraig 10 mile TT on Sunday morning

Event Details

Event URN:

440415

Start Date:

Sun, 8th Sep 2019

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Kincraig Community Hall, Kincraig, PH21 1NB

View map

Series:

Scottish Women's Road Race Series
Scottish National Championship

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 23rd Aug 2019

Online Entry FAQs
Event promoted by:

Cairngorm CC (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

Mike Barras
treasurer.cairngormcc@gmail.com

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

Online entry method:

Organiser selects entrants

Enter Online

About the Event

Info for Riders

The Sally Anne Low Memorial Race starts on the B9152 near the B970 road junction and heads south to Kingussie where it  turns left onto Duke Street, right onto Spey Street then left onto Station Road. It crosses the level crossing and follows the B970 out of Kingussie. It continues on the B970 past Ruthven Barracks and through Insh to turn left by Insh Hall and descends to Loch Insh. It crosses the end of the loch on the long road bridge and climbs up The Brae to the T junction with the B9152. It turns left here towards Kingussie (one lap completed).  The race continues for most of a second lap with the finish being almost at the top of The Brae in Kincraig, by the entrance to the Ossian.

Eligibility criteria for the Championship below

 

  • 18.1.2 All SC Championships shall be open to: -

 

a) SC/BC members (members of clubs affiliated to SC)

 

b) Scottish Nationals (persons born in Scotland)

 

c) Scottish Residents (persons who have lived in Scotland for three of the last five years)

 

d) Persons who have at least one parent who was born in Scotland.

 

e) Members of the armed forces who meet none of the above, but who by necessity are required to live in Scotland away from their normal residence.

 

Persons in sections (b), (c), (d) and (e) must be members of an UCI recognised Cycling Federation.


Entry Fees & Races

Enter a Race

E/1/2/3/4 Women Race
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat Duration
Sun 08/09/19 14:30 Women Only Band 4 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ... 47km / 29 miles
Sun 08/09/19 – 14:30

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