CWCC 18 Mile TT Results

The results of the TT held on Easter Sunday can be found on CTT website, here.

Many thanks to all those who took part and to all those who helped with organisation, before, during and after the event. Thanks also to The House, Yarm for their continued support of this event.

CWCC 18 Mile Open TT on the Seamer Circuit

The Club’s 18 Mile Open TT takes place this Sunday, 16 April on the Seamer circuit. Further information about the event can be found here.

The  start sheet and the note to the riders  and marshals are now available.

Cleveland wheelers 18mile Seamer tt. Sunday 16th April. 9am

Hi wheelers. Sorry about the late reminder but entry to the the club 18mile tt around seamer closes on 4th April. This time trial is 2 laps of the seamer circuit. Race HQ is stokesley town hall. Open to all club members and abilities. Event organiser Mike Cole. Organiser on the day of event probably Paul Christon. Follow the link below to enter.

Thanks, Dave k

https://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/race-details/14801

Tuesday night club runs resume 28th March. 6pm meet Ayton for 6.10 depart

Hi all, Tuesday night club runs fully resume tomorrow night, 28th March, not that they ever completely stopped thanks to our hardcore winter crew. Meet 6pm Ayton tourist info car park for 6.10 set off. Mixed ability training / social / all welcome. Regrouping at the Buck around 7.30-7.45pm, remember you will still need lights to get home.

I’m unable to attend this week as I’m grabbing a late shift overtime! Also Im not planning on putting out weekly routes this year unless I particularly have an activity in mind. No one listens anyway! 😂 if anyone else has something in mind then please post it on the members page.

Please can I insist that you split yourselves in to ability groups in the car park. The more groups and the smaller numbers the better. Large groups don’t work! Think of it as meeting for a nice bike ride with your mates, do your ride and then meeting back up with the other groups later at the pub! There will no doubt be a fast chain gang heading out for the country lanes. Steadier riders please don’t go with this group unless you intend to put yourself in to difficulty with the aim of seeing how long you can hang on, in which case that’s fine. The chain gang is a no mercy group and is not expected to wait for those who go out the back door. 😰

Enjoy your ride. Thanks, Dave

Wheelers’ Presentation Night 2017

The 2017 edition of the CWCC Prize Presentation Evening was held at Guisborough RUFC on Friday 24th March.

The catering was once again top-notch, many thanks to Marcus for sorting that, and to the organising sub-committee for managing to put the event on despite numerous frustrations with double-bookings and venue clashes.

There was a good turn-out and as well as the usual suspects, it was good to see some new names on some of the Wheelers’ trophies, particularly Carl Maynard with the road race trophy and Mike Gettings with the Free Wheeling, thankfully beating Marcus “sneaky” Smith to the prize.

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Carl Maynard

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Mike Gettings

The biggest haul of the night went to Richard Lilleker who had to phone Prestons of Potto to help have his trophies taken home.

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Richard Lilleker

Steve Binks proudly showed his BBC Unsung Hero award off and wife Sherry was awarded a certificate honouring her own long-standing service to the club.

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Steve & Sherry Binks

Congratulations to all of those who were awarded prizes for last season. Hopefully this year will prove to be as popular and as competetive.

See you all next year!