Cycling Weekly Awards 2022: we've extended the deadline for nominations!

You've got until September 12th to nominate a local hero, the club of the year and pick an outstanding achievement!

Cycling Weekly Awards 2022
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Due to popular demand we're extending the deadline for nominations  for three of this year’s Cycling Weekly Awards. You've now got until 5pm on Monday September 12 to nominate the 2022 Club of the Year and Local Hero.  This year we’re also asking you to nominate someone for the Outstanding Achievement award. 

If you think your club, club mate or friend deserves the recognition then use the links below to register your nominations.

Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Club of the Year

Falkirk junior bike club

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We’re looking for clubs that give their members opportunities and reasons to ride, helped them improve and grown the cycling scene in their area.

Last year's winners were Falkirk Junior Bike Club, which aims to instill a love of cycling into its young members so that it becomes part of their lives.

So, from juniors to vets, elite racers to first timers, if you think your club does all of this then head here and fill in the Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Club of the Year nomination form.

Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Local Hero

Chris Jones Local hero winner

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Last year Chris Jones - pictured above - was crowned our Local Hero for his work behind the scenes with North Cheshire Clarion's youth section.

Like Chris, the 2022 Cycling Weekly Awards Local Hero will be the person who is integral to their local cycling scene, giving their time and energy to allow and encourage others - no matter their ability - to ride their bikes. Someone who drives the grass roots scene in their area, and the sort of person who seems to be at every event and who everyone knows and relies on to get things done. Nominate your choice for the Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Local Hero here

Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Outstanding Achievement

outstanding achievment award

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For the Outstanding Achievement Award we're looking for a rider, professional or amateur, who made a big impact on 2022. From winning the biggest races to setting new records - like last year's winner Josh Quigley - or simply achieving something incredible that no one else has done before. Their achievement could be a one-off ride, or a combination of rides or achievements that add up to something spectacular. Nominate your candidate for the Cycling Weekly Awards 2022 Outstanding Achievement here.

Nominations for all three awards close at 5pm on Friday September 2. We’re looking for one really strong entry per club or individual, rather than lots of nominations from different people.

Simon Richardson
Magazine editor

Editor of Cycling Weekly magazine, Simon has been working at the title since 2001. He fell in love with cycling 1989 when watching the Tour de France on Channel 4, started racing in 1995 and in 2000 he spent one season racing in Belgium. During his time at CW (and Cycle Sport magazine) he has written product reviews, fitness features, pro interviews, race coverage and news. He has covered the Tour de France more times than he can remember along with two Olympic Games and many other international and UK domestic races. He became the 130-year-old magazine's 13th editor in 2015.