Here are the courses in use for the 2017 club time trials, with associated course descriptions and risk assessments. All riders should familiarise themselves with both documents for each course prior to riding our events. Copies will be available at signing on for each event.


Astwood F5v/10

The Astwood course is a sporting circuit of 10 miles, and can be used as a 10 mile course (one lap - F5v/10) or a 20 miles course (two laps - F5v/20). We currently use a version of the course starting and finishing near the BikeBus Cafe, as described in the documentation.  

Course Description   Risk Assessment   Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)  Signage Guide


Brogborough F15/10

The Brogborough course is an out and back course of 10 miles. The turn is at a roundabout. This is seen as quite a quick course, as the course starts with a descent.

Course Description    Risk Assessment  Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)   Signage Guide


Hardriders F5w/20

The Hardriders course is usually used in an early season event. It consists of two laps of a circuit that includes the climb at Bow Brickhill, and riders cover 20 miles. This means it's pretty tough in places!

Course Description    Risk Assessment  Map of course (includes downloadable gps files) 


Stagsden F5v/10A

The Stagsden course is a 10 mile out and home course, turning at a roundabout. The course undulates somewhat, but in good conditions can be reasonably quick.

Course Description    Risk Assessment  Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)  Signage Guide


Stoke Hammond F5d/10

The Stoke Hammond course is a 10 mile out and home course, with a turn at a roundabout. It features a section on a dual carriageway road.

Course Description    Risk Assessment  Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)  Signage Guide


Stony Stratford F5u/10

The Stony course is an out and home course, turning at a roundabout. The course is nominally a 10 mile course, though in the form used by the North Bucks, it comes in at 11.4 miles. There's a fair bit of climbing in the outward leg, but that means it can be quite quick on the return leg!

Course Description    Risk Assessment   Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)


Three Locks F5x/H

The Three Locks course is a Hill Climb course, which means it is ridden one way, up hill, and it's short, at about 1.2 miles! It isn't as steep as the other hill climb course we use at Bow Brickhill.

Course Description    Risk Assessment  Map of course (includes downloadable gps files)