Welcome to the web site for the South District of Cycling Time Trials (CTT). Access to the District's pages can be either from within the main CTT web site via the Discover/Districts route on the home page or by direct link http://South.ctt.org.uk/. This site will be automatically linked to the main CTT website for all the information that is held nationally like events and club lists but there will also be content that is added locally by the committee.
Most of this local information will be added under the "About Us"tab or "Officials" tab so have a look there and hopefully, you will find something of use.
Cycling Time Trials (CTT) are the national governing body for the promotion of time trials in England and Wales. The country is divided up into legislative districts, the South District covering;
Those parts of Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire, West Sussex and Surrey. Bounded by: On the North by A30 from the Devon/Somerset boundary to Salisbury via Chard, Crewkerne, Yeovil, Sherborne, Shaftesbury and A36 at Wilton, A36 to junction A345 at Salisbury, A345 to Marlborough, A346, A338 TO COLLINGBOURNE DUCIS, A346, A342 TO ANDOVER, A343, A3093, B3400 TO WHITCHURCH, MINOR ROAD SOUTH TO A34. A34, A303 TO JUNCTION WITH A33, south of North Waltham, A33 to A34 at Abbotts Worthy. B3047, B3046 TO NEW CHERITON, A272 TO A3 AT PETERSFIELD, A3 NORTH TO MILFORD. On the East the A283 via Petworth, B2138, A284 to Arundel, A27, A284 to Littlehampton. On the West by the Devon boundary from the coast at Lyme Bay to the A30 west of Chard.
INCLUDING THE ISLE OF WIGHT AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS.
. For further information about CTT on a national level, and about other districts, go to the main CTT web site https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/.
Our existing district website http://www.southdc.org.uk/ will continue to be live and will remain as an archive.
Please bear in mind that this new site is a work in progress, certainly for the remainder of 2020/21, and if you have anything that you think would be useful to have on it or see an error please contact Martin Balk who is managing the transition.