Category Archives: Hillclimbs
Here is a photo gallery from CWCC resident photographer Michael Guess. Apologies to those who we missed and to those who we couldn’t name.
Feel free to use any photo you want for your own non-commercial use, please give Michael credit if you do use it. Many thanks.
27 September 2020
Shaun Joughin, Bill Millen
Gareth Frost, Neil Proctor, Neil Archer, Dave Kirton, Anthony Moy, Jonathan Quain
- 1= Jude Taylor £50
- 1= Andrew Feather £50
- 3 Tom Bell £30
- 1 Hannah Farran £60
- 2 Megan Anderson £40
- 3 Georgia Campbell £30
Male Age Cats
- Juv Matthew Cole £20
- Jun John Russell £20
- V40 Richard King £20
- V45 Graeme Wardale £20
- V50 Mark Snape £20
- V55 Alain White £20
- V60+ Hilton Armstrong £20
Female Age Cats
- Jun Holly Lincoln £20
- V50 Kate Sanderson £20
Rob Hughes Memorial Shield (Fastest Teesside Vet)
- Stephen Belbin
Many thanks to organisers, timekeepers, marshals and competitors for making this, once again, a very successful event. It has been difficult getting events on this year so it was especially appreciated that you all turned up in great numbers, very heartening to see. Thank you all too for complying with the Covid regulations and keeping the event safe, hopefully next year we can get back to something like normality, though that seems a long way off just yet.
Thanks once again to our sponsors Contemporary Stokesley Hair Salon, without whom our prize fund could not be so generous, and to Fietsen Tempo CC for the Rob Hughes Shield.
This is usually an enjoyable spectacle for riders and spectators alike and attracts a fair gathering of people to cheer the riders on up the hill. However, under the current circumstances we would ask if you could kindly NOT come to spectate the event this year. It’s disappointing, I know, but it’s for the best and is in line with CTT guidance on the matter. If anyone decides that they are going to come and spectate we’d ask, in fact INSIST, that they keep well away from officials (including marshals) and participants.
Thank you for your understanding – hopefully this time next year we can get back to running and enjoying events as normal.
It’s less than a month now until the hill climb double-header of Clay Bank and Carlton Bank, held on Sunday 27th September.
This year the Stockton Wheelers event (Carlton) starts earlier so as to join more seamlessly with Cleveland Wheelers event (Clay). The idea is to make it more attractive to people who want to try both, no hanging round for hours between events. The plan is to give people riding both events the same number in both events so they don’t have to bother changing over numbers etc between events. As always there will be a prize for the best combined time.
Get your entries in, entry closes in 2 weeks!