CWCC have bowed to circumstances and will no longer be holding a face-to-face meeting this year. It was due to be Monday 21st but will now be postponed and held over Zoom (or other suitable platform). This is being investigated & trialled.
The official results for Week 7 on 3 September are now on the website. They can be found at EVENING SERIES/Seamer Time Trial Series/Results 2020.
The preliminary results for last last night’s Evening Series can be found here.
There were some fast times last night. Harry Tanfield lowered his own course record from last year by 35 seconds to 16 minutes 47 seconds. Lauren Watson took a further 17 seconds off the previous overall women’s record with 22 minutes 40 seconds which is also the women’s road bike record. Rob Carter also bettered his own road bike record to 19 minutes 13 seconds.
This is the last event in this year’s mini series. Thanks to the organisers for putting it on in such trying circumstances.
Thanks also to everyone who took part. Hopefully we’ll see you all again next year.
This year’s AGM will be held at Great Broughton Village Hall on Monday 21st September, starting at 19:45. All club members are welcome to attend (but see limitations below) and if anyone has anything they’d like the meeting to discuss they can raise it by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Officials standing down this year are Mike Cole as chairman and Kristan Wadrop as treasurer. We thank them both for their fine work over the years that they held the positions. Those positions need to be filled, along with the role of Vice Chairman, and thankfully we have people prepared to step up. If anyone esle is interested in a role do let us know, by the email above.
Due to the current circumstances, and as part of the usage conditions for the village hall, we request that all those attending use face coverings. Seating will be organised so as to be distanced. The amount of attendees is limited to 30.
It’s less than a month now until the hill climb double-header of Clay Bank and Carlton Bank, held on Sunday 27th September.
This year the Stockton Wheelers event (Carlton) starts earlier so as to join more seamlessly with Cleveland Wheelers event (Clay). The idea is to make it more attractive to people who want to try both, no hanging round for hours between events. The plan is to give people riding both events the same number in both events so they don’t have to bother changing over numbers etc between events. As always there will be a prize for the best combined time.
Get your entries in, entry closes in 2 weeks!