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29 June 2022

  • Nathan Haas signs for Cofidis

    Nathan Haas will leave a Katusha-Alpecin team mired in uncertainty and ride for Cofidis next year, signing a two-year contract with the WorldTour-hopeful French team.

    Haas joined Katusha in 2018 after spending two seasons with Dimension Data and three with what’s now EF Education First, but has struggled for results. His only victory came on stage 2 of the 2018 Tour of Oman, and he has been unable to build on his fourth place finish at the 2017 Amstel Gold Race.

    The team are yet to assure the funds to continue in 2020 but Haas was already looking to move on, and liked the sound of the project developing at Cofidis under Cedric Vasseur, who took over as manager in 2018.


    The French team, created in 1997, are aiming to return to the top tier of the sport and have already stated their intent in the transfer market with the acquisitions of Elia Viviani and Guillaume Martin.

    "I’ve always liked being in teams that have a strong drive to progress, to get better and take a next step. That’s exactly the spirit with Cofidis and Cedric Vasseur and that’s what attracted me," Haas said.

    "What I like about this team is the opportunity to take chances in each race, to give everything so as not to have any regrets. At the Tour de France, they were pretty much in every breakaway. Naturally, I really want to ride Amstel Gold Race and the Ardennes Classics, but I also and above all want to put myself at the service of the team, notably Elia, to help them achieve new successes."

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Club Ten Results 05/08/2021

Shaun Wakes    24:45
Paul Tyler         26:01
Ian Dunn          28:42
Caroline Ratcliff 28:48

Thanks to Phil & Mary Everitt, John Adamson, Ken Slater, Barry Wakes and Keith Birbeck.

This week's ten on the 12th August is the last in this years series.
Shaun Wakes has the the 3 fastest rides 24:07, 24:27 and 24:45.
Howard Heighton is leading the handicap competition with 22 points with Caroline Ratcliff on 20.5 points and Sophie Heighton on 12.5 points.
Sophie Heighton is leading the junior handicap competition with 30 points.

Latest Proposed Arrangements are as follows:

Course: Scorton, Great Langton, Atley Hill circuit (i.e. the 2nd day route of the previous 2-day). 

Start: from North Cowton village Hall at 1230pm

As you will see, the race with start outside the village hall in North Cowton and proceed in a neutralised manner to the top of Atley Hill, where there will be a rolling deneutralisation to commence the race proper.

The race will complete 5 full laps of the circuit. 1 lap = 12.7 miles. Upon reaching Atley Hill for the fifth time the race will commence a 6th lap and pass through Scorton, Great Langton and proceed almost to Streatlam with the finish point being approx. 400 metres before the start of the hamlet. Full race distance is 72 miles.

To view the map click here.

Club ten results 15th July 2021


Stewart Mathews  24:43

Terry Parvin         25:22

Paul Tyler            26:04

Tom Heighton      26:51

Howard Heighton  27:36

Sophie Heighton   28:30

Caroline Ratcliff    29:01

Caroline Heighton 34:33


Thanks to Phil & Mary Everitt, John Adamson, Keith Birbeck and Barry Wakes.

Keith Birbeck won't be available to help at the event on the 29th July.

Is there anyone who could help out that week?

We have had to cancel tonight’s club ten due to traffic lights on the course at Stillington.

Hopefully they will be removed in time for next week’s event to take place. An update for next week’s event will be posted on the club Facebook page.

Club ten results 8th July

Shaun Wakes 24:27

Pete Muir 24:44

Tom Heighton 26:21

Richard Barnett 26:37

Dave Nichol 26:39

Jonathan Grievson 27:08

Howard Heighton 27:35

Caroline Ratcliff 28:43

Lois Muir 28:53

Ian Dunn 29:00

Thanks to Phil & Mary Everitt, John Adamson, Ken Slater, Barry Wakes and Keith Birbeck.