Fiesta Island Time Trials
Fiesta Island Time Trials is San Diego's original time trial series since 1998, sponsored by San Diego Bicycle Club. For 2016 series, our title sponsor UC Cyclery will provide onsite mechanical support, and prizes. We'll continue to use WebScorer.com for online registration, timing, and results to streamline the process. Racers and fans will be able to track results in real time on a mobile device.
Top six finishers in each category will be eligible to earn points towards series competition. Prizes and awards will be given to series winners at the last race of the season in November.
You may sign up each race individually, or sign up for the entire series to receive 15% discount. The registration fee for 20K is $33 for adults, and $17 for juniors. Fees for tandems and 40K are $45. All prices include processing fees. No other hidden charges.
Join all the competitors to see who can ride the quickest 20K, improve the most, or log your best PR. Single riders, tandems, and teams all compete for top honors and island records.
There are 150 riders maximum per day, and the event sells out very early. Entry is on a first come, first served basis. Sign up early on WebScorer.com.
2017 Race Dates
- Sunday, February 19
- Sunday, April 2
- Sunday, May 21
- Sunday, October 22
- Sunday, November 12
Sign up for the entire series to receive 15% discount.
The event starts promptly at 7:00 am. An air horn at the start line will announce the beginning of the event. Riders start every 30 seconds.
Fiesta Island is as flat as it gets. There is no more than 10 feet of rise on the course per lap. All riders, except young juniors, do three laps on the 'long' course to complete a distance of 20k.
- Men (Age group and Category)
- Women (Age group and Category)
- Recumbent / Tandem / Para Cyclists
- 40K Individual TT
- 40K Team TT
Helmets are always required while on the bike. Absolutely no drafting. If passing another rider, announce your intentions. No follow vehicle allowed.
From Interstate I-5, north or south, exit Sea World Drive. Sea World Drive is approximately 5 miles north of downtown San Diego. Go west on Sea World drive to the first signal. Turn right on Mission Bay Drive and take an immediate left to enter of the island. Parking and registration are on the right before you enter the island.
We always need help with this event! If you'd like to volunteer, please click here.
Results for FITT events are here
For questions about the Fiesta Island Time Trial series, please contact our FITT Director
According to historical records of cycling Time Trial events obtained through www.fiestaisland.com and the SDBC FITT data since SDBC began coordinating the event (March 2013). Records documented here have been verified with the San Diego Bicycle Club Historian, Ralph Elliot. If you have records of faster times, please send Ralph an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Individual Time Trial (iTT)|
|Fastest Junior Girl (20k)||Tracie Tonello||31:34||5/2/1999|
|Fastest Junior Boy (20k)||Rigoberto Meza||27:37||9/8/2002|
|Fastest Woman (20k)||Amber Neben||26:03||3/2012|
|Fastest Man (20k)||Shawn Olin||24:36||9/12/1999|
|Fastest Woman (40k)||Ruth Clemence||59:24||3/30/2014|
|Fastest Man (40k)||Greg Kogut||52:44.4||9/25/2016|
|Team Time Trial (TTT) Category|
|Fastest Women’s Team (20k)||Janes 101
|Fastest Men’s Team (20k)||House of D
|Fastest Mixed Team (20k)||Rancho’s
|Fastest Woman’s Team (40k)||HiTech Bikes
|Fastest Men’s Team (40k)||Cycling Science
|Fastest Mixed Team (40k)||Bloc and Friends
|Fastest Two-Woman Tandem (20k)||Rinard/Brian||28:02||10/24/1999|
|Fastest Two-Man Tandem (20k)||Coates/Plummer||24:46||5/6/2001|
|Fastest Mixed Tandem (20k)||Landys/Murray||25:33||11/15/2015|
|Fastest Adult/Junior Tandem (20k)||Wong/Wong||32:52||10/12/08|
|Records of Events no longer held|
|Fastest Woman (33k)||Jeannie Longo||46:04|
|Fastest Man (33k)||Geoffrey Rapoport||44:14|
|Fastest Two Woman Tandem (33k)||Padilla/Maes||52:52|
|Fastest Two Man Tandem (33k)||Aguirre/Demarchi||44:40|
|Fastest Mixed Tandem (33k)||Cambell-Cunefare/House||44:53||9/27/2003|
|Fastest Recumbent (With Fairing) (20k)||Eric Hollenbeck||23:05||5/6/2001|
|Fastest Recumbent (Without Fairing) (20k)||Nerius Landys||24:23||4/26/2015|
|Fastest Handcycle Man (20k)||Oz Sanchez||30:33||2/7/2016|
|Fastest Handcycle Woman (20k)|
|*Fastest Merckx Man (20k)||Noah Slack||27:26.2||9/25/2016|
|*Fastest Merckx Man (20k)
Standard Road bike w/o Aero bars
|*Fastest Merckx woman (20k)||Kelly Smith||36:10||2/2/2014|
|*Fastest Merckx Woman (20k)
Standard Road bike w/o Aero bars
|Fastest Handcycle (2 laps)||Robin Rogers||45:04||2/11/2001|
|Fastest Male Paracyclist (20k)||JP Theberge||29:04||4/10/2016|
|Fastest Female Paracyclist (20k)||Jill Walsh||34:21||4/10/2016|
|Fastest Elliptical Man (13k - 2 Laps)||Rick Bienias||21:22||9/28/2014|
|Fastest Elliptical Woman (13k - 2 Laps)||Mary Decker Slaney||25:33||9/28/2014|
|*These categories are self-declared. Merckx equipment may be variable. **As of 4/2016 Modern Merckxx definition: Standard road bike, 60mm wheel maximum, aero road helmet allowed (no TT helmets), modern aero road bar allowed (no aero extensions), no disc wheels. Fairings, hidden or repositioned brake calipers, hydration options: Only if bike has them as original equipment, (no customization).|