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Hello everyone, 

Thank you to everyone who attended the CWCC Christmas Party & Awards Night 2021. We had a great night on Wednesday celebrating everything in relation to Youth Training in 2021.

Huge thank you to the coaching team, I could not run this without your help, guidance, and support. Thank you goes out for all of your support across the year, at any of our sessions, and to all helpers, volunteers, parents, and you for attending. We hope that you enjoyed them for fun and training in what we deliver.

Below you will find a full list of prize winners. 

British Cycling ‘Best Attitude’ Awards     

1. Theo Carter 

2. Elizabeth Horlock 

3. Harris Wilson 

British Cycling ‘Top Sprinters’ Awards     

1. Claudia Davies 

2. Annabelle Carter 

3. Leo Lucas-Barker 

Skills Master Award

Lewis Anderson 

Time Trialer Award 

Daniel Thompson 

Race Craft Award

Lewis Maynard 

Newcomer Award

Kell Readman 

Young-STAR Award

Florence Playforth 

Volunteer Award

William Horlock 

Parental Award 

Michelle George 

Best Attendance Award

Lewis Bell 

Best Character Award

Ralph Poole 

Show Your Colours Award

Alfie Canterdale 

Track Talent Award

Jake Davidson 

Commitment To Sport Award 

Ethan S-Willis 

Team Player Award 

Tristan Baker 

Broken Spoke Award

Alexander McCartney 

Smiler Award

Emily Robson 

Role Model Award

Finlay Davies 

Role Model Award

Holly Sanderson 

Most Improved Award

Destiny Ferst 

Golden Star Award

Valentina Poole 

If anyone would like the photo taken of your son/daughter with their award, please let me know and I can share this with you. 

Dates for diaries are as follows – 

Youth Training Start Date – 07/02/2022 – 6-7pm £3 per person* 

League 2000 Start Date – TBC!

*Youth Training start date pending any further government announcements. 

Myself & the coaching team wish you all a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you all in 2022! 

Thanks & regards, 

Josef George 

Youth Development Officer 

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Phyllis Urwin

We’ve just been given the funeral arrangements for Phyllis Urwin.

Phyllis’s funeral service will take place at 10:30am on Friday, 29th October in St Clare’s RC Church, Low Lane, Middlesbrough, prior to cremation in the chapel of St Hilda at Teesside Crematorium.

Family and friends please meet at the church. Flowers or donations in lieu if so desired to the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Sad News

We’ve just been given the sad news that Phyllis Urwin, one of the founder members of Cleveland Wheelers, has died.

We don’t know any further details at the moment.

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Dave Holden – Funeral

From Stephen Holden :-

I have provided details of the funeral arrangements. We can support a small contingent of six members, although we appreciate the current pandemic may not be conducive to some members attending

The details are below.

FUNERAL FOR DAVE HOLDEN
As valued friends of Dave and family over many years we would like you to join with us at in the service in a celebration of his life and to mark his passing.

The funeral service will take place on Friday 30 October at Kirkleatham Crematorium at 3pm. The cortege will be leaving from 28 Bydales Drive at 2.45pm. Social distancing will be observed throughout the service.

Live Webcast
A live webcast of the service will be available over the internet for those unable to attend and Log-in details are provided below. A Test Webcast is available which we recommend you view in plenty of time before the of the service.

Website: https://www.obitus.com/
Username: Dake7349
Password: 740064

Service Viewing Time: 2.55pm – 3.55pm (if logging in prior to this time you will automatically be directed to the funeral service once it starts)
Should you be unable to view the Live service, a recorded version will be available to view from Friday 6 November to Wednesday 9 November.

Many thanks for the friendship and support you have given Dave and family over the years and the kind thoughts in cards and flowers you have sent, they have been greatly appreciated and provided much comfort at this sad time.

Margaret, Stephen & Anne Holden

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Dave Holden – A tribute

Dave Holden, who sadly died last week, was a founding member and the first chairman of Cleveland Wheelers. As a tribute to him we’ve taken the opportunity to reproduce an article that he wrote for the Spokesman magazine on the club’s 50th anniversary in 2008.

Fifty years ago cycling politics was in crisis. The National Cyclists Union, the governing body for road racing (often called “mass start” in those days) sensibly insisted that events should be held on closed roads.

However, apart from a few prestige events like the Isle of Man, and locally the Richmond Road Race, ‘mass start’ events usually meant riders getting dizzy racing round and round a trading estate until the officials ran out of fingers and toes to count the laps; then there was a problem keeping count of all those who’d been lapped on such a short circuit. This type of racing was a minority but growing interest at the time and the rival British League of Racing Cyclists was formed to run events which mixed riders up with traffic. The NCU promptly excommunicated the BLRC and its members. Meanwhile the RTTC had dropped its requirement for all black attire it but still required the first rider be pushed off well before the lark had staggered out of its nest. And track racing! That was something we just read about.