Manchester District of 
Cycling Time Trials
Officials & Committee.
Open Events Guide.
Club Events Guide.
Event Headquarters.
Police Notification.
Course Details.
Risk Assessments.
Local Regulations.
Marshals & Checkers.
Calendar 2016.
AGM & Date Fixing.
M&DTTA Points results.
Updated 30 May
First Aid for Cyclists” created by Steve Evans,
a paramedic and member of Liverpool Century R.C.
Well worth studying -
Twemlow and Goostrey residents are objecting
to a proposed industrial waste plant development.
This may have an impact on cycling in the area.
gives details and ways of opposing the plans.
Alternatively download a sample letter objecting
to the scheme by clicking HERE
Reporting road defects.

Cheshire East have a scheme -
To report a pothole use the interactive report map
or phone 0300 123 5020
The above is only for Cheshire East.
Problems in any area can be submitted to
The latest “Cycle Event” safety signs can be
obtained from David Barry of Midlands District.
Mobile: 07795 383267  
Visit the CTT national
Large size £17.50    Smaller ones £11.50
Congratulations to Committee member Mike Cotgreave. 
World Hour Record achievement. Click HERE for details.

   The District Committee would like to remind competitors to ride in a safe manner and not take risks. Also make sure that machines are safe to ride.  See Regulations  14 & 20  

     At give way junctions riders MUST avoid traffic on the major road and stop if it is unsafe to proceed.

Do NOT use tri-bars when going through traffic islands.

    Several riders have been disqualified and called to disciplinary hearings for failing to comply.











Series of seven events on sporting courses,
there’s still time to enter the last three.
Click HERE to view 2016 “Come and try it” Club Events.
Men’s National 50 mile Championship 2016
CTT have published a video of the event.
Click HERE to watch.
Thanks from Manchester District to all
who took part or helped to make this a
Special Day.
Our hard-working secretary, Ian Middleton, has entered
the British 10k in London on the 10th July to raise money
for Motor Neurone Disease. He is running in memory of a
great and dear friend, to remember happy times, lots of
laughs, and to help those struggling to cope with this
terrible disease for which there is no cure.
The target is to raise £3,200 which would buy a Lightwriter.
This piece of equipment would enable someone to have
the ability to communicate with their loved ones.
If you would be kind enough to support Ian in achieving
his target you can donate via -
Thank you
The list of clubs affiliated to the District
can be viewed by clicking