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Bill Bone Florida State Time Trial Championships

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Bill Bone Florida State Time Trial Championships
Bill Bone Florida State Time Trial Championships

Time & Location

Dec 13, 2020, 7:30 AM

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About the Event

START TIMES will be posted late Friday, December 11, 2020.  Please use the link below.




*Please email for any changes to your entry.

Location of Event Click -  Google Maps Link  

Registration CLOSES, Thursday, December 10, 2020 at midnight.

Welcome to the 2020 Bill Bone Florida State Time Trial.  We are excited to provide this new course which is 100% closed to traffic.  (NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION - CLOSES ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020 AT NOON - START TIMES WILL BE PROVIDED POSTED ON FRIDAY AT ESPTIMING.COM

Extreme Sports Productions and Bill Bone Bike Law have partnered to bring South Florida Cyclists the 2020 Bill Bone Florida State Florida State Time Trail Championships.  Please note that you must have a USA Cycling license to participate.  One day licenses are available on race day but are are NOT eligible for medals or the Florida State Jersey.  You can not race at a lower age category for the State Championship.


2-Person Male Team, Road Bikes Only, Merckx Rules*

2-Person Male Team, Time Trail Bikes Only

2-Person Female Team Road Bikes Only, Merckx Rules*

2-Person Female Team, Time Trial Bikes Only

2-Person Coed, Road Bikes Only, Merckx Rules*

2-Person Coed, Time Trial Bikes Only   




Girls Juniors (9-12)        10K

Boys Juniors (9-12)        10k

Girls Juniors (13-14)        10k

Boys Juniors (13-14) 10k


Girls Juniors (15-16)        20K

Boys Juniors (15-16) 20K

Girls Juniors (17-18)        20K

Boys Juniors (17-18) 20K


Eddie Merckx Women 20K

Eddie Merckx Men        20K


Para Cycling Open Women 20K

Para Cycling Open Men        20K


Men 60-64 20K

Men 65-69 20K

Men 70+        20K


Women 19-29  20K

Women 30-39  20K

Women 40-49  20K

Women 50+  20K


Men 50-54 25K

Men 55-59 25K


Masters A (35-39) 25K

Masters A (40-44) 25K

Masters A (45-49) 25K


Masters B (35-39) 25K

Masters B (40-44) 25K

Masters B (45-49) 25K


Men U23 (19-22) 25K

Men 23-29        25K

Men 30-34        25K


Women Novice 25K

Women Cat 4        25K

Women Cat 3        25K

Women Cat 1/2 25K


Men Novice 25K

Men Cat 4 25K

Men Cat 3 25K

Men Cat 1/2 25K


2 Person Coed - Time Trail Bike 25K

2 Person Coed - Road Bike        25K


2 Person Women - Time Trial Bike 25K

2 Person Women - Road Bike        25K


2 Person Male - Time Trial Bike 25K

2 Person Male - Road Bike        25K


*Merckx division is designated for road bikes. Must use a USAC mass start legal road bike, no aerobars, no fixed gears, no disc wheels.  Standard road bike, 80mm wheel maximum, NO Time Trial specific helmets. Aero ROAD helmets are allowed, modern aero ROAD bars are allowed (no aero extensions of any kind are allowed). Skinsuits are allowed. Booties/Overshoes are allowed. If you do not know who Eddie Merckx is, look it up. 


SANCTIONED RACE -  This race is permitted by USA Cycling



CHIP TIMING -  This race uses a high speed chip designed for cycling.  You can rent a chip for $5.

CLOSED ROAD -  Course is 100% closed and managed by the Florida Highway Patrol.

AWARDS - Florida State Champion Jerseys will be handed out for all categories.   Medals will be awarded to the top 3 in each age group and category.   You must have proof of Florida residency to be eligible for a State Jersey.

PHONE - (561) 374-2994


USA Cycling fee of $4.75 and a service of $4.05 is included in all race fees.

2020 Bill Bone Florida State Time Trial Rules

· This event DOES NOT follow the UCI Rules as it relates to the configuration of time trial bikes and equipment. You may use your standard road or time trial bike.

· Riders aged 14 and younger are required to use mass start bikes and junior gears(See below)

· All riders are required to use Race Result timing chips. Chips are available to rent for $5 and must be affixed to the front fork of your bike.

· The course is out-and-back located on State Road 700 which is closed to vehicular traffic.

· Timing track boxes will be located on the course to check for splits at 5k, 10K and the 25K turnaround.

· Starting order (Start Sheet) will be posted on on the Friday before the Sunday event

· There is NO race day registration, registration closed the Thursday before the Sunday event.

· Starting times shall be at equal intervals (Either 1 minutes or 30 seconds). Teams will start 2 minutes apart.

· Each rider shall report to the starter at least three minutes before their scheduled starting time and shall start at the scheduled time.

· If a rider appears later than the appointed starting time, the start will be allowed only if it does not interfere with the riders starting on schedule. If it does interfere, the rider may be further delayed. In case of a late start, the appointed time shall be used in computing the results.

· A rider who leaves the line early shall have that time added to his overall time as a penalty unless an electronic starting mechanism is triggered on the rider’s start.

· The rider shall be held at the start, but shall neither be restrained nor pushed.

· No restarts are permitted for any reason.

· On an out-and-back course, riders shall stay to the right of the centerline or enforcement line at all times.

· No rider shall take pace behind another rider closer than 25 meters (80 feet) ahead or 2 meters (7 feet) to the side.

· No two riders may ride abreast other than when attempting to pass and such attempts shall not be maintained beyond a distance of 500 meters. If the pass is not made cleanly within 500 meters, the caught rider must drop back to a distance 25 meters behind the rider who caught him.

· Support Vehicles are not permitted

· Warming-up on the course is strictly prohibited.


Merckx division is designated for road bikes. Must use a USAC mass start legal road bike, no aerobars, no fixed gears, no disc wheels.  Standard road bike, 80mm wheel maximum, NO Time Trial specific helmets. Aero ROAD helmets are allowed, modern aero ROAD bars are allowed (no aero extensions of any kind are allowed). Skinsuits are allowed. Booties/Overshoes are allowed.


Young Junior/Youth Bicycles All riders aged 14 and under are restricted to massed-start bicycles as defined in 1I1(g). These bicycles must also have at least 16 spokes and no wheel covers may be used.

(h) A massed-start bicycle is a road or track bicycle that is legal in all events within the road or track discipline, rather than a bicycle that is restricted to particular events. Handlebars for massed-start bicycles may not have forearm supports nor handlebar extensions or attachments that point forward

COVID-19 Event Guidelines Sanctioned by USA Cycling


The purpose of this plan is to develop, implement and enforce appropriate procedures, in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations to safely operate cycling events.  The principles and considerations in this document were compiled from recommendations made by USA Cycling who is governing body for the sport of cycling in the United States and the local regulatory agencies in which the event is held.

These procedures are designed for the return to cycling events once government officials remove “stay-at-home” orders, allow non-essential businesses to reopen, and say it is safe for citizens to move around their community.  As a result, these procedures are based on the knowledge that some carriers of COVID-19 show no symptoms. With that in mind, it is important to encourage frequent and effective handwashing, advise staff and participants to wear masks/ face coverings, enact an effective sanitation program (using chemicals effective against the coronavirus) for high-touch surfaces, and establish programs and capacities that allow for appropriate levels of social distancing.

As community transmission rates decline these procedures may be adjusted and relaxed.  It is also important to note that these procedures will change as best practices, government guidelines, and guidance from health, medical and industry professionals evolves.

Considerations for Events:

  • Allows healthy people to enjoy the cycling events and encourages the use of masks/face coverings for participants and staff.
  • Provide means to wash/sanitize hands frequently.
  • Manage density of spectators and participants within the event to keep people 6 feet (2 meters) apart.
  • Reduce touch areas where possible and sanitize high touch surfaces frequently.
  • Protect staff with various approaches, including barriers, protective coverings, and distancing.
  • Communicate with staff and participants effectively on how to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Have a plan in the event a staff or participants fall ill on site.


The Event Considerations section will focus on the different disciplines and types of cycling

events, with suggestions for each. This document by no means covers all solutions or mitigations

The suggestions and practices mentioned in the following pages are not meant to be hard and

fast guidelines for every event. Nor are they all meant to be applied to every event. The sport of

cycling is made of many different disciplines, and events of many different sizes. These event

considerations are meant to be resources for use as needed by this wide variety of event types.

  • Riders will be instructed not to hug, high five, touch each other at any point before, during or after their event.
  • Finishing riders will be instructed to exit course away from the finish line.
  • Staff will serve as a safety ambassador at the exit to ensure riders do not congregate.
  • Plenty of garbage cans for riders to throw away their refuse, and clean as needed.
  • Garbage bags will be securely tied or knotted prior to disposal.


Temperature checks will be administered for all participants and spectators prior to the entry of the event venue.  We will use ‘No Contact Infrared Thermometers’ Any person exhibiting a temperature exceeding 100 degrees will not be allowed into the venue.  All participants and spectators must have a face covering on over the mouth and nose while getting their temperature checked.  We will have masks available for use.


Many of these general guidelines below will be communicated through the event website and social media during the promotional campaign as well as on event day.  Signage will be posted at the event.


  • Participants will be strongly encouraged to register online.
  • The registration area layout will be marked and directed in a way that minimizes contact with other participants and staff.
  • Participants will be advised that all staff will wear masks/face coverings while interacting with others.
  • Spectators will be discouraged from attending the event, and participants will be advised to bring no more than one friend/family member with them as a spectator.
  • Participants will be required to wear face coverings at the start of mass start events like criterium or road races.  Once the race begins, participants will be encouraged to wear masks/face coverings, but have the option so remove the mask/face covering once the event begins.  Participants will place the mask/face covering in the rear pocket of their jersey and will not be allowed to litter the course.
  • Participants will be required to wear masks/face coverings while not racing if they can not maintain social distancing.
  • Participants will be advised to please not jeopardize others by coming to the event if they are feeling ill, have a fever or have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 in the past 14 days. Touchless temperature checks will be utilized if requested.
  • Participants will be advised that government health organizations are recommending people 65 years and older, those who live in a nursing homes or long-term care facilities, and people with underlying medical conditions (particularly if not well controlled) should remain home.
  • Participants and staff will be encouraged to wash hands frequently with soap and water or use hand sanitizer at one of the provided stations around the facility; including after coughing or sneezing, before eating, after toilet use, and when hands are visibly dirty.


  • Participants and staff will be encouraged to follow social/physical distancing guidelines carefully, maintaining 6 of space from others.  Family members and others (a “family unit”) who live in the same household can be closer together. All others will strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines. This will apply throughout the event, registration area, parking, awards ceremony and restrooms.
  • Appropriate signage will be used to indicate physical distancing (6-feet apart) while participants are queuing for registration, restrooms and awards during the awards ceremony.
  • All team event tents must be at least 10 feet apart from each other.  Teams may not congregate at tent areas.

Finish Lines

  • Participants and spectators will not be allowed to gather in groups at the finish line.
  • Participants will be encouraged to cross the finish line and proceed to the open area by registration instead of congregating in the finish area.


  • Maximum event capacity will be determined by current Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. This will include staff, volunteers and spectators.
  • If maximum number of participants is reached the registration will be immediately closed to race day entries.


  • Event results will not be posted on paper, but will be provided electronically to prevent athletes congregating.


  • The awards ceremony will have the podiums spaced far apart and social distancing guidelines will be observed.
  • Participants will be required to wear a mask during the ceremony.


  • Comply with local public health departments outbreak response and mitigation plan.
  • Contact the local hospital and EMS to alert them of the event.
  • Race event director will be designated to handle any suspected COVID-19 cases.
  • Discuss and whether an open-air space is possible given the sensitivity of medical treatment.
  • Advise participants that the first-aid kit for minor injuries will be provided, but staff will not treat.
  • All possible COVID-19 cases or major medical situation will require EMS.  Call 911.
  • Possible COVID-19 cases will be isolated and separated from all participants/spectators.


  • Sanitize high-touch areas including restrooms frequently.
  • Staff will wear the required PPE, masks, gloves while cleaning or handling cash.
  • Staff will sanitize hands at regular intervals.



  • Juniors - After 12/1

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  • Individual - After 12/1

    Registration Fee includes $3.50 USA Cycling, plus $4.05 service fee

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  • 2 Person Team - After 12/1

    Registration Fee includes $3.50 USA Cycling, plus $4.05 service fee

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