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Freewheeling Competition – 3 November

The annual CWCC Freewheeling Competition was held this morning on Stone Stoup Hill outside Ingleby Greenhow. There was a reasonable turnout despite a soggy start to the day.

The bookies’ favourites – Harry and Charlie Tanfield didn’t disappoint finishing first and second respectively. However, third place went to a dark horse, Neil Proctor, who seemed to still have plenty of momentum left when the put his feet on the ground a tad too early!

The recording of the positions was a bit hit and miss but I think the next few riders were Paul Sanderson,  Andy Curson, Tom Levell, Marcus Smith, Dan Waring, Andrew Kneeshaw…..

There were a couple of photographers there – Marcus and Richard Carter so expect some snaps on social media.



Bring & Buy Sale

This year’s annual CWCC Bring & Buy sale will be on Friday 1st November at its usual venue of Stokesley Town Hall. It’s £1 per sellers’ table and a charitable donation for  admission for everyone else. Anyone with cycling paraphernalia that they want shot of or those looking to pick up a bargain or a hard-to-obtain part (or some vintage kit), get yourself along.

As usual cakes & refreshments will be available, so if you just want a good natter with like-minded people or old friends, come join us.

Doors open at 6.30pm for sellers to set up and 7.00pm for general admission.

Jack Taylor Weekend

Just a reminder that the Rusty Bike Cafe is holding a Jack Taylor weekend on Sunday/Monday 25/26 August 2019.

If you’re interested in Jack Taylor cycles or retro bikes in general, then there’s more information in the event flyer below :-


Roller Racing

Roller Racing

CWCC Presentation Night 2019

On Friday 22nd February we held our annual prize presentation evening at Guisborough Rugby Club. Many thanks to all who attended, we hope that you all enjoyed the evening. Below is a photo gallery of the winners, taken under often challenging lighting conditions! If you ended up right under that vertical spotlight – apologies! And yes, it does rather look like the Ross Turner and Euan Sanderson show (though there’s still fight in Richard Lilleker), which hopefully shows what a great future they have ahead in cycling! Congratulations to them both, and to all of our other winners.