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Date published: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:41:27 GMT
Welcome to The League 2000
The League 2000 is ran by members of the Cleveland Wheelers Cycling Club. Our aim is to bring cycling to the under 18 in the North East of England, where during the summer months, from April 'til September, we run a series of age related events for 3 - 17 year olds. Held at Middlesbrough Sports Village, Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough TS4 3AE. In a safe, traffic free environment.

The format of the evening is a 1 lap Time Trial, a Skills Test and to finish a Road Race.

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League 2000 Round 11
The penultimate round of this years League 2000 had the poorest turn out with a
lot of riders on holiday. So only 66 riders rode on the warm evening.
The skills test was described by one or two competitors as horrible but this did
not deter Lewis Dolan flying around in 35 seconds 10 clear of the joint 2nd
riders Ben White and Joel Hurt

Lewis was also fastest in the TT with his time of 73.80 and clear 4 sec margin
from Harrison Lee 77.90 with Ben Etherington 3rd in 81.50. In total there were
19 PB's with Thomas Wells 11.7 secs margin being the biggest.

The 5 lap RR saw some good handicapping as all the groups came together on the
last lap for a bunch finish. Ben Etherington winning the gallop ahead of Oliver
Gatenby and Joel Hurt. The 4 lap event was a clear victory for Stephen Bailes
with Patrick Killcullen 2nd just coming in ahead of Harry Watts in 3rd. Front
markers Matthew Russell and Edward Redshaw made the most of their handicap
finishing 1st and 2nd ahead of Finlay Smith who finished 3rd in the 3 lap race.

Another clear victory in the two lap race, this time for Daniel Shipton as he
beat Matthew Best into 2nd with Harvey Simpson 3rd. The small lap race saw Ella
Harcourt crossing the line 1st with Isabel Savil coming in 2nd ahead of Felix

August 21st is the last round of this years series so please can those who have
not returned the trophies bring them along.
Remember it is the best 10 rides that qualify for the overall

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 08 August 2017 - 20:49:31 |
League 2000 Round 10
Round 10 of the League had 77 entrants who were met with dry sunny conditions
but a tough headwind on the finishing straight.

The RR's again had some spirited racing which saw Harrison Lee coming from
scratch to take a clear victory with fellow scratch man Lewis Dolan 2nd and Ben
Etherington 3rd. Another clear victory in the 4 lap event for Adam Makepeace
ahead of newcomer Brandon Balos with Stephen Bailes coming in 3rd. Sean Dolan
going 1 better than his brother in winning the 3 lap event clear of Joshua Tuer
in 2nd with Hayden Savill 3rd. Closest finish of the night was in the 2 lap
event with Daniel Shipton pipping Harvey Simpson to the line William Makepeace
crossing 3rd. 2 small laps race saw a victorious Louisa Phillips
beating Isabel Savil into 2nd with Ella Harcourt 3rd.

The TT saw Samuel Rea knocking 2 secs off his PB to record a time of 74.8 to
beat Harrison Lee 75.7 with Lewis Dolan 3rd in 75.8. There were 16 pb's on the
night with Rueben Squires 15.8 secs improvement being the biggest. Two girls at
the head of the skills test Kacey Eyeington's 36 secs well clear of Sophie
Jewitt in 2nd with 42 secs and Harrison Lee 3rd a further second behind.

Next round this coming Monday and don't forget we need the trophies back.

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 08 August 2017 - 20:48:33 |
League 2000 Round 9
The warmest round of the year (27c according to the car) greeted the 74 entrants
for Round 9 League 2000
10 riders did PB's with Sam Dixons 12 sec beating being the biggest. Connor
Eyeington romped to victory in 68.9 Euan Sanderson coming 2nd with 74.9 and
equal 3rd Lewis Dolan and Harrison Lee 77.9

A difficult skills course went to Joel Hurt 39 secs beating equal 2nd Lewis
Dolan and Kacey Eyeington by 3secs.
The 5 lap RR victory went to scratch man Connor beating Harrison Lee into 2nd
with Lewis Dolan 3rd in the final sprint. Another sprint in the 4 lap saw Josh
Jewitt crossing 1st ahead of Patrick Killcullen in 2nd with Harry Watts 3rd. The
3 lap race was a clear cut affair with Stacey Williams winning ahead of Ethan
Johnson and 3rd placed Aiden Colmer. Victorious in the two lap race was Hayden
Savill a couple of bike lengths ahead of Rebecca Mayes 2nd and Charlie Ward 3rd.

Not to be out done by her bigger brother Isabel Savil was the winner in the
small lap race Tom Wilson coming in 2nd with Elizabeth Horlock 3rd.

Three rounds left can the trophy winners from last season please look to
returning them at the remaining rounds. Thanks and see you all in 2 weeks.

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 08 August 2017 - 20:47:24 |
League 2000 Round 8
85 riders faced the timekeepers and officials for round 8 of this years League
2000. Dry and bright put with a bit of a breeze was the weather for the nights
racing which saw 16 PB's in the TT with Rebecca Mayes 16 second improvement
being the best. Fastest rider was Harrison Lee with a time of 76.60 secs closely
followed by the smallest margin by Euan Sanderson 76.70 and Lewis Dolan 76.80

Patrick Killcullen was the rider who mastered this weeks skills course with his
time of 42 secs beating Daniel Thompson 43 secs and Lewis Dolan 44 secs into 2nd
and 3rd.

Lewis came out on top in the 5 lap RR coming through from the scratch mark to
take victory in a tight sprint ahead of his fellow scratch men Harrison Lee 2nd
and Euan Sanderson 3rd. The 4 ap race went to Owen Massey, Adam Makepeace
crossing the line 2nd with Stephen Bailes 3rd. A close sprint for the 3 lap race
saw Lucas Ware edging out Aiden Colmer with Fin Godber a bike length behind in

A clear winner in the 2 lap race was Sam Dixon finishing ahead of Edward Redshaw
ind 2nd with Rebecca Mayes 3rd. 3 newcomers were at the head of the field in
the small laps race Billy McLeod being victorious ahead of Elliott Holt with
Ethan Westcott 3rd.

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 08 August 2017 - 20:46:12 |
League 2000 Round 7
Another warm but calm night greeted the 87 riders for Round 7 of the League
2000. The fact that there was no wind enabled a harder skills test to be set.
The top 3 on the night were Lewis Dolan in 40 secs, Harrison Lee, 46 secs and
Connor Eyeington 50 secs. However the warm conditions were not conducive to fast
times with only 16 PB's. Annie Kirtons 36 sec. improvement being the best, Dad
is going to have to do some extra training to keep up. The fastest were Connor
69.7 secs, Lewis 75.5 secs and Euan Sanderson 76.8 secs.

Harrison Lee outsprinted Connor to win the 5 lap race with Euan a close 3rd. The
4 lap event saw Aiden Colmer off the front mark never getting caught as he beat
Adam Makepeace into 2nd and Holly Dixon 3rd. A storming finish from Fin Godber
saw him crossing the line 1st in the 3 lap race Rebecca Mayes coming in 2nd and
Ben Turnbull 3rd.
Newcomer Zed Handley from South Shields was winner in the 2 lap event well clear
of Finlay Smith and Edward Redshaw who finished 2nd and 3rd. Another 1st timer
Martin Best was victor in the 2 small laps with Isabel Savil finishing 2nd ahead
of Tom Wilson

Posted by Ram on Tuesday 08 August 2017 - 20:44:43 |
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