Community Social Special Events Youth

Youth Xmas Party & Awards Night

Josef George writes :-

Our big end of year celebrations will culminate with our CWCC Youth Training Christmas Party & Awards Evening, which is on a Wednesday this year – Wednesday 14th December, 6:00pm – 8:00pm​​​.

Please arrive for approx 6pm. Refreshments will be available first and we will start the prize presentation around 6:30pm. If you attended the League 2000 Prize Presentation a few months ago, it is to be held in the same function room, the Virtual Studio.

To locate the Virtual Studio, enter the main building at Middlesbrough Sports Village and climb the stairs on your right. If a member of Everyone Active staff stops you, just let them know that you are here for the Prize Presentation. We aim to have members of our team there to direct you also. Follow the corridor until you approach the gym facilities and turn right. Pass the usual room that we use and continue down and around the corridor to your left, the Virtual Studio is on your right-hand side.

On the evening, we will have a prize presentation for those who have attended youth training across the year with various trophies, medals & awards to be awarded, as well as hot food & refreshments, music & games and a visit from a certain someone with a gift to take home for everyone.

We will then break for roughly around 6-7 weeks over the festive period for a winter break and the intention is to recommence youth training on Monday 30th January 2023, with the League 2000 set for a May 2023 start date. Please note that these are only projected start dates and are yet to be confirmed.

League 2000 Special Events

League 2000

Prize Presentation – 21 October 2022

The official photographs of the League 2000 Prize Presentation are now available on social media.

Please follow either of the links below :-

Official CWCC Facebook Page –                                                               


Dedicated CWCC Youth Training & League 2000 Facebook Page –   

One final time, a huge thank you from myself and the League 2000 team for attending this year and we hope that you enjoyed the entire series as well as the festivities that we had on Friday evening at the Prize Presentation.

See you all in 2023 for the 26th Edition! 🙂 

Josef George

Charity Events Special Events

Ready, steady bake

Ready, steady bake – Charity Bake Off – plea for donations to support the Bring and Buy on Friday 28th October 

For those who have missed it you will be pleased to know that the “Bring and Buy” is back, if you can help with a contribution of a cake(s), scones, biscuits to the event it would be much appreciated.

It is a Charity event on Friday 28th October at Stokesley Town Hall. One of the charities which we have for 2022 is Great North Air Ambulance (GNAAS). It is a service that all local cyclists are very thankful exists, for but hopefully never need to use. All profits from refreshment sales will go to charity.

This plea is not only limited to club members, if your partner, parent, sibling, child can bake then please feel encourage contributions. If you could get you culinary creation to the Town Hall by 7pm it would be much appreciated.   

Through a fun competition we aim to uncover and show off talents. Do you have a secret recipe which you need the world to see, or just one where your family ask you to make again. Never baked before and want to give it a try?

Unlike the famous “bake-off” on TV, any shape, flavour, size is welcome. They don’t even need to be perfectly formed if it/they taste good.

Aiming for simplicity, there are three categories

·       Hmmm – that’s good” – delivering on taste

·       “Wow – that looks great” – most visually interesting item  

·       “Hey, it’s good for you” – the healthy option  

There are not strict rules on how this will be judged and may be swayed by smiles and reactions of people attending.  Again, the emphasis is on a fun, charity event…..although obtaining bragging rights always feels good 😉

Ingredients – please let us know what they contain and what they don’t contain so that we can inform people who may have dietary restrictions or desires. You don’t have to publish a full recipe, although in many cases, if people like it, they will ask, but of course you can keep family recipes a secret it desired!

If you can spare some time on the evening of Friday 28th October to help with the running of the refreshments area this would be much appreciated. Please could let me know if this is the case (

Looking forward to seeing what recipes and skills are within the local cycling community.

Social Special Events

Tour of Britain

An Evening with Dan Martin

Former professional rider, Dan Martin, is acting as ambassador to this year’s Tour of Britain which passes through our region on Wednesday, 7 September.

The previous evening, Dan is giving a talk at the Community Theatre in Saltburn. Entry is free but you must register beforehand.

If you’re interested there’s more information here.

Information Special Events Time Trials

Croft 2022 Northern Juvenile/Junior Closed Circuit 10 Mile Time Trial Championship

Wednesday 20 July 2022

To be held at the Croft Motor Racing Circuit, West Lane, Dalton on Tees, North Yorkshire. DL2 2PL

In conjunction with & additional to the regular “Come & Try” Summer Series of closed-circuit 10-mile time trials, held under the rules & regulations of Cycling Time Trials, a juvenile/junior closed-circuit 10-mile championship has been organised.

Who Can Enter: The is open to all riders who are under 18 years of age on the evening of the event.

How to Enter: Members of Cycling Time Trial affiliated clubs can enter online via the CTT online web-based entry system. Online entries close on Monday 18 July at 23:59.

Not a member of an affiliated club, do not worry you can just turn up & enter on the evening.

Cost of Entry: The cost for all juvenile/junior competitors will be £5. Those juniors 16 & over who enter online and paid £8 will be refunded the £3 difference on the night. On the Night payment can be by card or cash.

Sign On and Numbers: commences at 17:15 hrs, numbers will be issued in order of sign-on with the first rider starting at 18:30 hrs. then at 30-sec intervals. Warm-up on the circuit is available until the first rider starts. Under 18s require a completed Parent Consent Form when signing on. Copies will be available to complete at the sign-on. Those who have competed in earlier 2022 Croft Wednesday night Time Trial series, will not be required to complete another form.

Remember, Under CTT regulation, all competitors are required to wear a helmet (also a Croft circuit requirement) & have a front & rear working light affixed to their machines. (Some front & rear lights will be available to borrow for the event).

Awards: Fastest girl & boy on both time trial and road bikes – an engraved plaque.
Age awards, a medal to both girls and boys on both time trial & road bikes.
Awards will be available to collect at the 17th August Wednesday night “Come & Try It” event.

Results: Will be published later in the evening on the Teesside District website & Facebook site: Time Trials-Teesside.

Complimentary refreshments will be available during the evening.

Contact: If you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact:

Gavin Russell- tel: 01642 654419

Paul Kitson- tel: 07971 266153