Club Tens

29 February 2024

  • 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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The Joe Porter Annual luncheon is being held on Wednesday 7th December. As the Jersey Farm is no longer available a room has been reserved at Thorpe Farm Cafe on the A66 who do a pensioners two course special on a Wednesday.

If riding, the club run leaves Heighington at 10:00 am. 

If you would like to attend please let Steve know on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 07831 442937 by the end of November as we have to pre order food.


10 miles     Men                   Shaun Wakes
10 miles     Women              Caroline Ratcliff
10 miles     Veterans            Dave Nichol
10 miles     Handicap           Caroline Ratcliff
10 miles     Junior Handicap  Sophie Heighton
25 miles     Champion          Dave Nichol
25 miles     Veterans            Dave Nichol
25 miles     Handicap           Dave Nichol
50 miles     Champion          Dave Nichol
50 miles     Veterans            Dave Nichol
50 miles     Handicap           Dave Nichol
100 miles   Champion          Dave Nichol
Best All Rounder                 Dave Nichol
Junior Road Race Champion Sophie Heighton
Track Champion                  Peter Greenan
Hill Climb Champion            Peter Greenan
Most improved Rider TT      Caroline Ratcliff
Rider Instability Prize          Peter Greenan

The presentation will take place immediately following the AGM at Ferryhill Catholic Club, along with a pie a pea supper., on Monday December the 5th at 8.00pm.

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The club tens start on Thursday 19th May and will be held each Thursday until the 11th August except for the 23rd of June when there will be a 25 on the Bishopton circuit.

Start at the entrance to some kennels on Racecourse Road, approximately 150 yards from the junction with Station Road.

Proceed in a south westerly direction to the Elstob Road Junction, turn left onto Elstob Road, then first left towards Bishopton.

At Stillington crossroads turn left to Stillington.

Proceed through Stillington and turn left after the school towards Grindon crossroads and the A177.

At Grindon crossroads turn left onto the A177 towards Sedgefield.

Finish approximately 175 yards north west of where the Old Stockton Road and Yarm lane meet the A177. 10 miles.

Signing on will be in the car park behind the library in Sedgefield from 6:00pm. First rider starts at 7:01 pm.

If anyone is able to help out at these events  placing and collecting signs, signing on, timekeeping, marshalling, number catching, please let me know.

Please Note

i)    No competitor shall be permitted to start either a Type A or Type B event unless such competitor has affixed to the rear of their machine a working rear red light, either flashing or constant, that is illuminated and in a position that is clearly visible to other road users.

(j)    No competitor shall be permitted to start either a Type A or Type B event unless such competitor has affixed to the front of their machine a working front white light, either flashing or constant, that is illuminated and in a position that is clearly visible to other road users.

All competitors must wear a properly affixed helmet which must be of hard/soft shell construction. Helmets should conform to a recognised Standard such as SNELL B95, ANSI Z90.4, AUS/NZS 2063:96, DIN 33-954, CPSC or EN 1078. It is the responsibility of the rider to:

(a)  Select a helmet that offers protection against head injury and does not restrict the rider's vision or hearing.

(b)  Ensure that the helmet is properly fitted, is undamaged and in good condition.

Saturday's Club ride 5th February is cancelled due to the strong winds that are forecast.