The VTTA has a comprehensive system of national age records for men and women and for ages from  40 to those set by riders who have reached their 90s!

Records can be set in any open time trial at the following distances/times - 10, 15, 25, 30, 50, & 100 miles, and 12 & 24 hours.

Records can be set on a solo bicycle, a solo tricycle, a tandem bicycle and a tandem tricycle. For tandems, records can also be set by a mixed pair.

Records are set on actual times not the plus times used in competitions on standard.

As a record may be broken more than once in a season it is normally only possible to know that a claim for a record on a certain date is valid when all claims for the season have been submitted and ratified in October each year.

Records can also be set by men and women on solo or tandem machines on indoor tracks and outdoor tracks at 5, 10, and 25 miles, 1 hour, and 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 kilometres. Track records have to comply with certain conditions and have approved timekeepers in place. For details you should contact the National Records Secretary.

You can find details of all the national age records here. Note that these are the validated records as at the start of the 2019 season.

Making an Age Record Claim

If you wish to make an age record claim then download the form and send to the National Records Secretary.

You may either post it with a copy of the result sheet for the event or you can email it with a link to the results page on the CTT website.