History

The Stokesley Charity Cycle Ride started in 1998 when Paul Mackintosh volunteered to do a bike ride in aid of a two-year-old girl called
Chloe Brown who was suffering from a very rare form of cancer. 

From then on, it has gone from strength to strength,
becoming an annual event that has raised tens of thousands of pounds for local charities and causes.

The table below highlights the many good causes to have benefited from this great community event over the years.

Year Event Charity Cyclists Raised
1998 01 Chloe Brown 95 £3,700
1999 02 South Cleveland Heart Unit 92 £3,500
2000 03 Butterwick Hospice 98 £3,600
2001 04 Multiple Sclerosis 128 £4,200
2002 05 Zoe's Place for Special babies needs 169 £11,000
2003 06 James Cook University Hospital Neonatal Unit 177 £10,900
2004 07 Motor Neurone Disease Association 175 £10,700
2005 08 Sargent Cancer Care for Children 214 £8,226
2006 09 Breathe Easy Teesside Charity 222 £7,400
2007 10 Unicorn Centre 226 £7,400
2008 11 A Celebration of Life after Cancer Charity 292 £10,762
2009 12 Zoe's Place for Special babies needs 337 £9,229
2010 13 Teesside Ability Support Centre 377 £7,000
2011 14 Yatton House 322 £5,961
2012 15 White Knights EVS 292 £3,250
2013 16 Holistic Cancer Unit 343 £5,615
2014 17 Herriot Hospice Homecare 293 £3,257
2015 18 Macmillan Cancer Support charity at James Cook Middlesbrough 312 £5,695
2016 19 Bloodwise Charity 346 £10,055
2017 20 Make-A-Wish Foundation 330 £7,600
2018 21 Save Our Strays 206 £4,078
2019 22 Cystic Fibrosis Trust 267 £5,661
2020 COVID / Lockdown
2021 COVID / Lockdown
2022 23 Great North Air Ambulance 194 £3,814
2023 24 The Headlight Project 315 £9,002.55
2024 25 Teesside Charity 175 £3,500.00 Nick Leech new organiser
Total 25 years £174.973.55

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