Filter Road Cup - Stage 3, Pärnu 19. Rattapäev
Location: The race centre is located at Pärlimõisa tee 27 in Pärnu
Objective: Recreational sport
- Long distance 102,1 km (3 laps: 35,5km + 31,1km + 35,5km)
- Short distance 39,9 km (1 lap: 39,9 km)
- Youth race 39,9 km (1 lap: 39,9 km)
- Recreational race 39,9 km (1 lap: 39,9 km)
Race day schedule:
- Race numbers can be picked up at the race centre from 9:30 to 11:45
- Re-registration and first round of on the spot registration open from 9:30 to 10:30
- Final chance to register from 10:30 to 11:45 (no re-registration)
- Team representatives meeting, numbers for support vehicles at 11:00
- Registration for children's races from 9:30 to 12:00
- 12:00 – start of long distance race
- 12:10 – start of short distance race
- 12:20 – start of youth race
- 12:21 – start of recreational race
- Children's races start at 12:25
- Award ceremony ~30 minutes after the winner of the long distance race has finished
- The finish closes at 16:00
Map of the race centre:
- The car park for registered teams is marked on the race centre map above.
- To affoid traffic jams in the race centre, we ask that individual participants park on the streets of Kolga borough according to the usual traffic regulations that apply there.
- Trampoline (except in adverse weather conditions)
- Children's races (to read the manual click here):
- 200m – M/N-U5 (no rankings)
- 400m – M/N-U7 (no rankings)
- 1km – M/N-U10 (competition)
- 2km – M/N-U13 (competition)
Catering by Põltsamaa:
At all Filter Road Cup stages there is a Põltsamaa portable restaurant providing tasty Põltsamaa soup and juice drinks to all participants.
Description of the race track:
The Pärnu track, alongside the Haapsalu track, is one of the flattest race tracks in the Filter series and thus is perfect for those who struggle with uphill races. On the one hand you can expect high average speeds from this track, on the other hand there will likely be strong crosswinds. Most of the track runs along smaller roads with less traffic, but riders have to be careful when leaving and entering the city. In the beginning and end of the race on Pärnu-Lihula highway there is more traffic and riders have to cross several roundabouts. The short distance race consists of only one lap while the long distance race consists of three, without turning towards the finish at the crossroads when starting the second and third lap!
2018 Kristers Ansons
2017 Greg Hallop
2016 Karl Patrick Lauk
2015 Norman Vahtra
2014 Maris Bogdanovics
2013 Maris Bogdanovics
|2012 Mihkel Räim
2011 Mart Ojavee
2010 Mart Ojavee
2009 Jaan Kirsipuu
2008 Oskari Kargu
2007 Janek Tombak
|2006 Gert Jõeäär
2005 Helmet Tammkõrv
- The race manual provides a detailed description of the event and the awards system.
- In addition to the regular classifications, we now have the Cycling Tour classification which encourages consistent participation in the races.
- Please respect the winners of the race! Unless you have an urgent need to leave, we ask that you stay for the award ceremony regardless of your own result.
- Even though the riders have priority over other traffic on the race circuit, most of the track is also open to cars. The riders are also obliged to follow the traffic regulations and to ensure their own safety to the best of their abilities. If no police or security escorts are there, all riders are obliged to stay on the right side of the road.
- The Filter Road Cup isn't just about racing and competition. It is a celebration of sports, a healthy lifestyle caring about oneself and others. Don't hesitate to introduce your hobby to others and invite them to join you in cycling. The best cycling race experience is doing it with your friends and family!