Category Archives: Youth
Youth Coaching restarts on Monday February 5th 2018, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, £3 per session. We will be starting our spring training programme as well as going through the full spectrum of skills and games for the coming League 2000 season. Speaking of which, the 22nd edition of the League 2000 will restart on Monday April 16th 2018, 6:30pm – 9:00pm, priced at £5 per event.
Adult coaching will also restart on Monday February 5th 2018, 7:30pm – 9:00pm, £4 per session. As well as our Track sessions, which will recommence on Saturday February 10th 2018, 10:00am – 11:00am, £5 per session. If you have your own track bike feel free to bring it, if not hire bikes are available.
Updates will be posted on our website and Facebook pages if there are any cancellations for any of our sessions due to weather or any other unforeseen circumstances.
Do you remember to check our Youth Coaching and Adult Coaching Tabs on our website, clevelandwheelers.com? All of the relevant and up to date information that you require is all there for you! Hover over the ‘Coach Tab’ and you will see all of the Youth Coaching and Adult Coaching information sections. There is also a Calendar of events (soon to be updated for 2018) as well as a ‘contact us’ section, which will come straight to me.
See you all in 2018 for even more fun cycling events!
It’s the CWCC Youth Training Christmas Party and Awards Night at Middlesbrough Sports Village on Monday, 11 December 2017
It starts at 6:00 pm and is in the main building and not on the cycle circuit. There’s no need to bring any bikes down as it’s just a party night.
Please be dressed in smart casual, Christmas themed clothes or club kit.
This is the last youth training event for 2017. We restart on Monday, 5 February 2018.
The event poster can be found here.
The CWCC/BC Go-Ride race night for youths is cancelled tonight because of a flooded track. Please pass this news around anyone that you know who might attend.
The Cleveland Wheelers/British Cycling “Summertime Challenge” is a series of 4 events taking place over the next couple of months (see calendar for details).
The events consist of a series of age-related races, with skills courses and cycling games taking place on another part of the circuit to keep the children entertained while they wait for their race event. Medals are awarded for the 1 – 2 – 3 in each race category and every competitor goes away with a prize.
Last night was the first round and proved to be very successful with more than 40 children taking part, and with some competitive racing in almost every age group.
The winner in the under 8s was Ewan Whiting (SWCC), 2nd was William Rowan (SWCC) and 3rd was Matthew Best (Manilla).
The winner in the U10 was Joshua Hewitt (SWCC), 2nd was Daniel Thompson (CWCC) and 3rd was Aiden Colmer (CWCC)
The winner in the U12 was Isabelle Mayes (CWCC), 2nd Stacey Williams (CWCC) and 3rd Holly Sanderson (CWCC)
The winner in the U14 was Holly Dixon (CWCC), 2nd Finlay Davies (CWCC) and 3rd Felix Buckley (SWCC)
Finally, the winner in the U16 was Stephen Bailes (CWCC) followed by Niamh Stinton (CWCC)
Many thanks to all those children who turned out and made it a great event, and thanks to all those who gave of their time to help organise and run the event.
See you all again on the 10th July.