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League 2000

A photo gallery of a few highlights from tonight’s League 2000 event down at Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit.
Open to children of all abilities from age 3 to 16, it consists of a skills course, a time trial and a series of handicapped road races. As you can see from the photos it’s loved by everyone (including the parents) and it’s a great way to spend a summer’s evening. Not only that, but it literally has been the starting point for champions!

Many thanks to all who help out and to all who attend.

 

Feel free to use any photos for your own non-commercial use.

Evening Series Canceled, 14/6/2018

In light of the wind, coupled with the newly laid gravel, it’s been decided to cancel tonight’s round of the evening series. See you all next week AT LONG NEWTON for the first leg of our annual battle against Stockton – we need as many big hitters as possible out to defend our title.

Please make sure this message reaches as many people as possible.

CWCC Mountain TT, 20/5/2018

Some photos from Sunday’s CWCC Mountain TT, courtesy of local journalist and CWCC member Matt Westcott. As always, feel free to use them for your personal, non-commercial use.


Many thanks, Matt.

Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit

We would like to bring to the attention of people attending events at the cycle circuit (at the current time that’s mainly League 2000 attendees) that you MUST dismount on the section that runs between the main building and the football pitches. There is already a sign there to this effect but it appears that many simply ignore it. This is a congested area that has the added hazard of footballs maybe flying over the fence or children running out from the pitches to collect lost balls. If the “do not ride” regulation is not followed the circuit will take further action in order to better enforce it. Your cooperation is appreciated.

CWCC 18 Mile TT – Photo Gallery

Below is the full photo gallery from Sunday’s 18 Mile TT. Feel free to use any of the photos for your own non-commercial use. We’d appreciate it if you leave the photo credit in place. Many thanks to Michael Guess for his photographic skills.

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