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This evening the club committee has decided that with the current situation and government advice that all Cleveland Wheelers’ events will be suspended from today. In plain terms this means that Youth Coaching. Adult Coaching, League 2000, Evening Series Time Trials, Open Time Trials, Challenge rides and ALL CLUB RIDES will NOT take place until further notice.
This complies with the governments requirements issued today. We will of course be in touch as soon as we are able to start all of these activities again.
Chairman, Cleveland Wheelers Cycling Club
In light of recent events happening around the world and to answer any questions that you all have about any of our sessions, I feel it is only right to send out an update from our side.
I have been in contact with Everyone Active over the last few days, whilst at the same time keeping a close eye on any government and official announcements. As they look after and maintain the facilities at Middlesbrough Sports Village, during this time, the fate of our sessions is solely in their hands.
After speaking with some of the management team at Everyone Active today, they have said that as it stands, everything is still open until they are told otherwise (from their head office).
They are working closely with the council and following strict government policies and official advice. Until they are told otherwise, they have said please treat everything as open/on, therefore please continue to use the services that we provide at Everyone Active.
This being said, unless we get more bad weather, or we receive a further update on what to do during this pandemic, all CWCC sessions will be on as normal.
If you require anything further, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Thanks & regards,
Youth Development Officer
Cleveland Wheelers Cycling Club
Hartlepool Council are launching the Way of St Hild, a historic pilgrimage between Hartlepool and Whitby, on Sunday 8 March (International Women’s Day). As part of this launch Hartlepool Council are seeking to encourage people to walk, jog, run or cycle parts of the route on this day.
Comprehensive information about the route is attached. Also attached is a form for individuals to register their interest in completing part of the Way of St Hild on Sunday 8 March.
If you’re using the cycle circuit please ensure that you don’t leave your bike unattended and unlocked. You never know who’s watching.
Unfortunately one of the young riders had his bike stolen from there last week.
See this screenshot for details :-
Remember, it need only take a few seconds when your back’s turned!