Category Archives: Admin
Club administration, membership subscriptions, meetings, social events, team clothing orders, marshalling duties.
The club is holding a Red Cross First Aid Course on Saturday 4 May. It will run from 9 till 5 and will take place in the Nunthorpe Methodist Church Hall.
The course is at an appropriate level for British Cycling coaches. If ride leaders need to refresh their qualification or gain this important qualification please contact Mike Cole.
There are a few places left. It will be free to club members!
Could those of you who were unable to pick up their trophies at the Prize Presentation please contact Mike Cole within the next two weeks to arrange collection.
After that the trophies will be put in storage.
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|
Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote.
Hi, wheelers. It’s that membership renewal time of year again for 2018-19. I know you’re all so keen to rejoin!
As many of you may already know the membership fee has had to be raised to £15, this is due to increasing costs and a reduction in funds coming in from elsewhere such as the evening series. The membership fee has been £10 since before I joined up in 1992, that’s a long time. I hope you all agree that the Cleveland Wheelers remains great value for money and I hope you have all enjoyed your cycling year with us. Anyhow please find below the best ways to pay your £15 membership. The deadline for renewals is Nov 30th after which point you lose the benefits of Cleveland wheelers membership. So please don’t delay.
The online payment is the preferred option. It’s easier for me, and easier for you. Just follow the link below to renew. Just to note that unfortunately the SES system does not recognise existing members so please just complete all the fields as if you are a new member regardless of how long you have been with the club. The system is just a means of payment, plus we can keep your details updated at the same time (please note there is an SES admin charge of 60p ). I won’t be sending confirmation emails as the SES system sends you a receipt anyway.
Anyone who wishes to pay by cash I will be available to take payment at club runs and various other Cleveland wheelers venues, or simply stick it through my door with a note.
The renewal fee is £15 adults, under 18s are free. Josef George keeps a record of all our under 18s membership now. I don’t believe Josef needs parents to take any action, although he is after consent forms from any parents who haven’t already completed one. Josef will send you more info on this soon no doubt.
You can also pay by cheque made payable to Cleveland Wheelers and post it through my door.
If you’re posting cheques then please check with me that it has arrived as they have a habit of going missing in the post! I don’t take bank transfers or PayPal as we have the online system in place and things become too complicated.
For anyone who isn’t planning on rejoining the club, please also just let me know. It’s much easier that way.
Please disregard this email if your an over 70s life member, honorary member, have paid recently or you joined the club on or after July 1st of this year in which case you should have already received an email from me asking you to disregard membership reminders. Any questions regarding your membership status then please just let me know.
The first regional Road Race in County Durham for 20 years takes place on Saturday 4th August 2018 near Barnard Castle. This will also be the first event in the North East to use Accredited Marshals to control traffic. We urgently need to train 10 Accredited Marshals for this first event.
The North East AMS course is on Monday 16th July at 6:00pm at the Chester-le-Street, Riverside Leisure Complex, DH3 3SJ.
Enrolment is via the British Cycling website. The course is free, and is a combination of online learning and one evening of practical training. (Enrolment closes Thursday 12th July.). Free British Cycling Bronze membership is available to non-BC members.
60% of road races across England now use Accredited Marshals who have been trained to use the “Stop! Cycle Race” sign, to legally stop and hold traffic, making road races safer for everyone involved; riders, the race convoy and other road users. Come and be part of the team securing the future of Road Racing in the North East.
Contact: Andy Cosgrove – email@example.com / 07940 302065 for more information.