Category Archives: Special Events

CWCC Retro Ride

The CWCC Retro Ride which was to have taken place tomorrow, Saturday 27 July 2019 has had to be cancelled. Apologies for this late cancellation and any inconvenience that this may have caused.

However, if you’re keen on classic bicycles then you may be interested to know that the Rusty Bike Cafe are holding a Jack Taylor weekend on Sunday/Monday 25/26 August 2019. More details to follow.

Coast to Coast Ride

Paul & Dave

Photo courtesy Marcus Smith for CWCC

Those of you who don’t do Facebook may not know that Paul Christon along with Dave Kirton are attempting the Coast to Coast Ride this Wednesday, 17 July.

Paul is fundraising for Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind and his reasons for doing so are described on his JustGiving page. Please take the time to read his story and donate.

Paul’s also put more information on his Facebook page which I’ve reproduced below:-

Before I give a bit of an update I’d just like to say a big thank you to everyone for their kind comments and donations that you’ve given, it really has been quite overwhelming, in a good way.

The weather is looking good for Wednesday, so that is the day that we are going to go for. I say ‘we’ because my good friend, Dave Kirton, is now joining me for the whole ride.

Dave did the same ride with me 10 years ago also to support Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind, that was a time before people used to do the Coast to Coast in a day!

It will be great to have Dave’s easy company and support on the day. Here’s the link to an account of our original ride. What I learnt from that day more than anything else was how to enjoy your food while on a long bike ride, Dave, as you will read in the article got that right whereas I got it badly wrong with my restricted banana based diet!

Thanks in advance to Ian Jones and Luisa Dowson who will be helping us out on the day by providing the critical water and food replenishments at Alston and Staindrop.

I’ll be providing updates throughout the day about our progress and will make sure that the Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind Facebook page is tagged too. We’ll be aiming to leave Whitehaven around 8.30 am and hope to arrive in Saltburn at the foot of the bank between 6 and 6.30pm to give us plenty of time to get a bag of chips (with scraps) before the chip shop shuts at 7pm!

Run For All

We’ve had a request from Run for All for some cyclists to assist with the marshalling of the Middlesbrough 5k and Middlesbrough 10k running events. The Middlesbrough 5k will take place on Sunday, 30 June and the Middlesbrough 10k will take place on Sunday, 1 September.

If you or any of your friends, family or colleagues are able to help as cycling marshals at these events can you please contact Jimmy Wattis via email: Jimmy@runforall.com

Further information about these events can be found via the following links :-

https://www.runforall.com/events/5k/ali-brownlee-riverside-5k/

https://www.runforall.com/events/10k/middlesbrough-10k/

Summer Time Challenge

Just want to let you know about our four mini racing series that is coming up this summer at the cycle circuit at Middlesbrough Sports Village. The Cleveland Wheelers Summer Time Challenge in Partnership with British Cycling 2019

This is the third year that we have run these events and myself and my fellow coaches and volunteers are looking to put on another four excellent events of fun and racing. There will be skills and games on for fun and practice, with three races running simultaneously per age groups :-

Race 1 – U8s and below
Race 2 – U10s & U12s
Race 3 – U14s & U16s

Cost is £5 to enter, per event.

There are medals up for grabs for the top three in each age category with other prizes also there for the taking on the night.

We hope to see you all on the following dates :-

  • Monday 3rd June 2019, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Monday 1st July 2019, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Monday 15th July 2019, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Monday 5th August 2019, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

The event poster can be found here.

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.