Free Entry Into Club Competitive Events 2023

Thinking about having a go at a new cycling discipline ? This is a great way to have  go…..

Seacroft Wheelers will pay the cost of entry of any first claim member, into a club run event during 2023 as follows:-

*Time Trials – The club run 5 events costing between £5 and £13 each.
Can be done on a regular road bike.
Compete against the clock over 10 miles either on your own or with some club mates.
Normal costs are 2up (2 riders together) £5, 27th April & 17th August.
3up (3 riders together) £5, 24th August.
Hill climb £5, 31st August.
Open 10mile £13 (t.b.c.).
(excludes Thursday Evening League).
For more info. check the Club Evening Time Trial tab of the website and contact with any questions.

*Cyclo Cross – The club run 1 event normally costing £13 (t.b.c.) for Seniors and Vets.
(come out on a Wednesday evening for some skills and fitness training).
Can be done on any bike with off road tyres.
Taking place 22nd October.
For more info. check the Cyclo Cross section of the website and contact

*Road Race – The club run 1 event normally costing £26 (t.b.c.)
Place numbers restricted to the team size limit for both the men’s and women’s race is likely to be 6 (so get your name down early 😉 ).
Taking place 2nd July.
(excludes cost of your race license £10 for a day license).
For more info. contact

Do all 7 events, turn yourself into a ‘badass’ cycling machine and save yourself £72 ish 🙂

How to claim
If you are a paid up first claim member of the club on the day of the event the entry fee will be paid on your behalf.
(“first claim” just means you are a regular member and Seacroft Wheelers is your main/only club, “second claim” means you are first claim at another club)
For the Youth and Junior second claim members that ride the 2up, 3up and hill climb in a Seacroft Wheelers jersey they will also qualify for the free entry.

(Note- part of each entrance fee comprises a levy paid by the organising club per rider, to the relevant governing body Cycling Time Trials Association, British Cycling etc which goes towards things like liability insurance for that event, administration and developing the sport).


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