Club Open Events 2014

This year the club is organising a number of open events the details of which are given below. Please note that the time trials are no longer being run on the A19, they will all take place on Sporting Courses. There are a couple of new events this year, both 25 mile time trials, one on 25 May and the other on 17 August.

The club is also promoting the National Schools Time Trial Championships on behalf of the British Schools Cycling Association on the weekend of 7/8 June. The first event, on the Saturday, is for older riders and is based at Stokesley. The second event, on the Sunday, is at Prissick and is for younger riders.

Some details still need to be confirmed. This will be done in due course.

Date Event Description Course Results
9 March 14 Time Trial 21 miles (Hilly 21) T211 Results
20 April 14 Time Trial 19 miles (sporting course) T182
25 May 14 Time Trial 25 miles (sporting course) T251/1
7 June 14 Time Trial 10 miles (BSCA) T101
8 June 14 Time Trial Various distances (BSCA) Prissick
17 Aug 14 Road Race Mike Binks’ Memorial Maltby
17 Aug 14 Time Trial Blakey Ridge 25 mile  (mountain course) T251
14 Sept 14 Time Trial 10 miles (sporting course) T101
5 Oct 14 Hill Climb 1.6 miles THC32
13 Dec 14 Cyclo-Cross

9th March (Sunday) – 21 mile Time Trial

Start time: 9:00 am

Description: This is the traditional opener to the CWCC time trialling season. It’s been held for many years over the same course. Last year’s (2013) winner was Keith Murray with 48 mins 12 secs. The event is held under the rules and regulations of Cycling Time Trials (CTT)

Course: T211 – Stokesley – Hutton Rudby – Gt Broughton (Sporting Course).

Course detail: Start on the Stokesley- Hutton Rudby road at field entrance approximately 200 yds east of Seamer Road. Proceed to Hutton Rudby, keep left at the bottom of Skutterskelfe bank and descend Rudby bank. At the top of Hutton bank, in the village bear left and take the third left into Station Lane (signposted Potto). At Preston’s of Potto transport yard turn left into Goulton Lane, and continue to the junction with the A172 where turn left to proceed to Stokesley Leisure Centre roundabout. Take the fourth exit (caution) and continue to Great Broughton, where at a mini roundabout turn left. Continue to Ingleby Greenhow, turning right (with care) at junction. Proceed through Battersby, across railway lines to Kildale junction. Keep left, go through Easby and proceed to the junction with A173 Stokesley/ Great Ayton road. Turn left (caution) onto A173, to finish at bridge over the stream.

Map: Ride with GPS

Organiser: Mike Cole (01642 318886)

How to enter: Entries are now closed for this event.

Information for riders and marshals: As a Word document and as a pdf.

Start Sheet: As an Excel Spreadsheet and as a pdf.

Results: As a pdf.

20th April (Sunday) – 19 mile Time Trial

Start time: 9:00 am

Description: The event is held under the rules and regulations of Cycling Time Trials (CTT)

Course: T182 – Stokesley, Great Broughton, Ingleby Greenhow, Stokesley (Sporting Course).

Course detail: Start approximately one mile south of Stokesley roundabout on Helmsley road (B1257) and continue to Great Broughton, where turning left at crossroads in the village continue onto Ingleby Greenhow. Turning right (with care) at T-junction, proceed through Battersby to Kildale junction, keeping left through Easby to join A173 Stokesley/Great Ayton Road. Continue to Stokesley roundabout, taking first exit and repeat first lap to rejoin A173 Stokesley/Great Ayton Road to finish after turning left on A173 at bridge over stream

Map: Ride with GPS

Organiser: Keith Alderson (01642 271142)

How to enter: Entries are now closed for this event.

Start Sheet: As a pdf.

25th May (Sunday) – 25 mile Time Trial

Start time: 8:00 am

Description:

Course: T251/1 – (Sporting course).

Course detail: Ingleby Arncliffe, Stokesley, Great Ayton, Pinchinthorpe and back.

Map:

Organiser: Steve Binks (07786 336123)

How to enter: On line entry available at Cycling Time Trials.

7th June (Saturday) BSCA National Championship Time Trial

Start time: 5:00 pm

Description: This event and the one below are being promoted by CWCC on behalf of the British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA). This event is for two age categories – over 15s and under 15s/over 13s.

Course: T101 – Stokesley – Hutton Rudby (Sporting Course).

Course detail: Start on the Stokesley to Hutton Rudby road at gateway approx 200 yds east of Seamer Rd. Proceed to Hutton Rudby, keeping left at the bottom of Skutterskelfe Bank (with care). At the top of Hutton Rudby Bank bear left and then take the fourth road (Black Horse Lane) on the left (signposted Swainby). Proceed straight across junction at Potto Hall to T junction with A172. Turn left and continue along A172 in easterly direction to finish approximately one mile before Stokesley turn off, local to Busby Hall Cricket Club on north side of road.

Map: Ride with GPS

Organiser: Paul Howe (07784 933498)

How to enter: Download the entry form from the BSCA website.

8th June (Sunday) – BSCA National Championship Time Trial

Start time: 10:30 am

Description: As described above this event is being promoted by CWCC on behalf of the British Schools Cycling Association (BSCA). This event is for the following age categories – under 7s, under 9s, under 11s and under 13s.

Course: Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit (Prissick)

Course detail: See above.

Map: See above.

Organiser: Steve Binks (07786 336123)

How to enter: Download the entry form from the BSCA website.

17th August (Sunday) – Mike Binks’ Memorial Road Race

Start time: 9:00 am.

Description: 75 miles (120 km) road race for E/1/2/3 categories. See British Cycling website for further details.

Headquarters: Stokesley Leisure Centre, TS9 5JJ.

Course: The race is on a circuit which is approximately 7 miles long. It starts on Roger Lane, Maltby. From there proceed south to a t-junction to turn left along Seamer road. Go past the wind turbines to Seamer where you turn left into Stainton Road. Follow this road through Thornton and Maltby to turn left down Roger Lane to complete one lap.

Course detail: See map below

Map: See map.

Organiser: Chris Smart (tel 07717 842 130)

How to enter: See British Cycling website.

17th August (Sunday) – Blakey Ridge 25 mile mountain time trial

Start time: 9:00 am

Description: See the event guide. The event also has its own Facebook page

Headquarters: Danby Village Hall

Course: T251

Course detail: – Start on the Danby – Castleton road (not via Ainthorpe) at gateway approx 150 yds west of bridge over river Esk. Proceed through Castleton (M) over Blakey Ridge to Hutton-le-Hole. Proceed to southern end of village, turn right (M) and proceed through Hutton-le-Hole village to rejoin the road (M) to return back over Blakey Ridge. Finish 200 m before the cattle grid on the southern side of Castleton village.

Map: RidewithGPS

Organiser: Shaun Joughin (07957 186493)

How to enter: Entries now closed for this event.

Start sheet: Start sheet (pdf).

Rider briefing notes: Rider Briefing Notes (pdf)

Galactic Echo: Galactic Echo prizes (pdf).

14th September (Sunday) – 10 mile Time Trial

Start time: 8:00 am

Description:

Course: T101 – Stokesley – Hutton Rudby (Sporting Course).

Course detail: Start on the Stokesley to Hutton Rudby road at gateway approx 200 yards east of Seamer Rd. Proceed to Hutton Rudby, keeping left at the bottom of Skutterskelfe Bank (with care). At the top of Hutton Rudby Bank bear left and then take fourth road (Black Horse Lane) on the left (signposted Swainby). Proceed straight across junction at Potto Hall to T junction with A172. Turn left and continue along A172 in easterly direction to finish approximately one mile before Stokesley turn off, local to Busby Hall Cricket Club on north side of road.

Map: Ride with GPS

Organiser: Shaun Joughin (07957 186493)

How to enter: Entries closed.

5th October (Sunday) – Hill Climb

Start time: 10:00 am

Description: Hill climb on Clay Bank on the Great Broughton to Helmsley road.

Map: Ride with GPS

Course: THC32 – Clay Bank

Course detail: The start is opposite Maynard’s Plant Centre on the B1257, Great Broughton to Helmsley road. The climb goes up the hill towards Helmsley to finish 20 metres before the turn into the car park at the top. This gives a total distance of 1.55 miles.

Start sheet: Start Sheet (pdf).

Rider briefing notes: Rider notes (pdf).

Organiser: Dave Kirton (01642 510161)

How to enter: Entries are now closed for this event.

6th December (Saturday) – Cyclo Cross event

Start time:

Description: More details to follow.

Course:

Course detail: Course still to be confirmed.

Map:

Organiser: Derek George (01287 280960)

How to enter:

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