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CWCC Hilly 21 Time Trial

The Hilly 21, the traditional opener to the CWCC time trialling season, is being held this year on Sunday, 10 March.

To whet your appetite take a look at the event poster.

This year the event will have a separate category for road bikes.

You can enter online on the CTT website.

For the Road Bike category enter here.

For the TT Bike category enter here.

CWCC Christmas Day 10

Apologies to those who missed this when it was published on our Facebook page.

16 riders took part in the event although Richard Carter did have to dash home to get his cycling shoes and started six minutes after everyone else!

Mentions to Stephen Bailes who had more tinsel on his bike than our Christmas tree and Dave Kirton’s mitigating excuse that he did have his Christmas jumper on.

Thanks to Sherry, start timekeeper, Mike Cole pusher off and Bryan Bevis for the booze and cake.

The times were as follows :-

Richard Lilleker (Cleveland Wheelers) –  21.25
Euan Sanderson (Cleveland Wheelers) – 22.39
Simon Robinson (Fietsen Tempo) –  23.42
Richard Carter (Cleveland Wheelers) –  23.50
Ben White (Stockton Wheelers) – 24.39
John Main (Cleveland Wheelers) – 24.39
Marc Pickersgill (Cleveland Wheelers) – 25.42
Steve Turner (Cleveland Wheelers) – 26.04
Toby Tanfield (Cleveland Wheelers)  – 26.38
Mike Guymer (TS Racing) – 27.11
Kate Sanderson (Cleveland Wheelers) – 27.22
Dave Kirton (Cleveland Wheelers) – 28.45
David Sykes (Glasgow Green CC) –  28.46
Stephen Bailes (Cleveland Wheelers) – 28.50
Ian Holtby (Teesside Clarion) – 31.43

Christmas Day Time Trial

Don’t forget it’s the club’s annual Christmas Day time trial on the 25th. First rider off at 11:00 am. The start and finish is adjacent to the layby just north of the village of Newton under Roseberry (TS9). The course is about 9.5 miles in length.

Details of the route can be found here.

CWCC Youth Training

Don’t forget that it’s the Christmas Party and Awards Night at Middlesbrough Sports Village on Monday, 10 December. There’s more information in the event flyer.

New Club Jersey Survey

The results of the survey to pick the new club jersey are now available and are in the table below.

The table shows the number of votes each jersey got as first, second and third choices.

Each jersey is then given a points score as follows – (1st choice votes)x3 +(2nd choice votes)x2 + (third choice votes).

Using this weighting Jersey 2 ran out the winner. If you’ve forgotten what it looks like then it’s below.

1st Choice 2nd Choice 3rd Choice Points
Jersey 1 33 35 36 205
Jersey 2 40 43 38 244
Jersey 3 30 51 45 237
Jersey 4 52 17 24 214
Jersey 2

Jersey 2

Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote.