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National Cycling Championships – Saltburn Activity and Entertainment

National Cycling Championships | Sunday 25th June 2023

Bike Hunt Across Saltburn 10am – 5pmWho fancies a scavenger hunt for bikes? Together with support from the local business community, a trail of fantastically decorated bikes representing the places in which they were created – from Boosbeck to Guisborough, Saltburn to Seaton. After the fantastic success of last year’s Ice Trail, this time we’re on the hunt for bikes in cafes and shops across the town – pick up a map, follow the trail and complete the quiz. Return the completed trail quiz to Drift Surf Shop to enter a free prize draw to win a family ticket to one of our outdoor theatre performances!

Trail leaflets can be collected from Saltburn Library or can be downloaded here.
Let’s Circus Various Locations 10am – 5pmLet’s Circus have invited some of their friends from across the world to entertain us during the down-time – be sure to keep an eye out for some fantastic cycling spectacle!  As pioneers of contemporary Japanese clowning, Witty Luck are a cheeky duo who will dazzle you with their skills on a unicycle. Cycling up from West Yorkshire, we’ll have Saltburn-favourites the Wheelnuts! We’ll also be joined by some very special guests who are bringing their brand new act from Mexico to Saltburn – La Marionetta.
Pop-up Screenprinting Saltburn Library 10am – 5pmCycling enthusiast and nationally-renowned printer Dan Mather, a resident of Saltburn, will be on hand with his Pop-up Screen printing station, for its debut outing, where visitors will work alongside his team of experts to make your very own limited edition print. 
Whippet Up! The top of Saltburn Bank 10am – 5pmLocal legends Whippet Up will once again be dazzling the crowds assembled – get ready to strike a pose on their Vogue Bike, and have a go of their vintage peep boards – depicting vintage postcard-inspired scenes of Saltburn from years gone by!
Saltburn U3A – Exact timings to be confirmed Top of Saltburn BankHolding a one-off performances for the event, the Saltburn U3A Ukulele band will be popping-up for a set of performances. Playing a range of modern and classic songs, the Uke group will be surprising visitors to the National Championships with a performance from a position overlooking the crowds – keep an eye out towards the Zetland!  
National Championships across the Borough
Badger Hill Primary School, BrottonThe children of Badger Hill Brotton have worked with artist Shirley Wells to produce a host of decoration to welcome the cycling super humans through East Cleveland!
Eston Arts Centre, EstonAlongside a special exhibition from local artists Cliff Hindmarsh and David Pye, Eston Arts Centre are creating their very own hub for the National Championships outing! Wrapped a week either side of the Nat Champ weekend, the exhibition will feature installation videos from trails up and down the Eston Hills.


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