The club's long history and generous membership has given rise to a large number of trophies and awards that are presented at the Annual Dinner each year. Details of current and past winners can be found below.
Vic Jenner Memorial Trophy
Winner of the Club Open 50 Time Trial
Roland Masset Endurance Award
Bryan Chapman Memorial 600 Audax
|Mark Sadler||606.74 km|
George Hunton Trophy
Fastest Junior - London West District
Juvenile Time Trial Championship Trophy
Best All Rounder - Boys
|Charlie Abraham||25.118 mph|
50 mile Handicap Cup
10 mile Handicap Cup
The Novices Cup
The Palmer Trophy
Club Hill Climb Champion
Junior/Juvenile Track Champion
||Otto Allison||303 pts|
Junior/Juvenile Road Champion
||Lauren Charles||323 pts|
Charles Whitcher Memorial Trophy
Senior Road Racing Champion
This award is presented at the annual Club Dinner to the member who has done most to further the interests of the Club or “done most over the preceding year to bring the Club’s name to the attention of the cycling world”.
This award is given to “the member most deserving of recognition for his or her work for the Club over the past year or years”.
This trophy has been awarded annually since 1966 to the winner of the Open Scratch 50.
Awarded since 1979 to the winner of the Charlotteville Open 25.
This award is given to the member riding the longest single, non-competitive ride during the year.
In memory of George Hunton, this is awarded to the fastest junior member of Charlotteville CC in an LWDC time trial.
Originally presented to George Nightingale by fellow members of the Charlotteville Cycling Club, since 2011 it has been awarded for the fastest 25-mile time trial by a Charlotteville lady.
Originally awarded to the Charlotteville rider with the lowest average speed across the club’s three Open Time Trial events, the trophy is now given to the winner of the Club Hilly Time Trial.
Originally awarded to the winner of the Open Novices Half Mile Scratch Race, it is now awarded to the rider with the best average time across 25, 50 and 100 mile distances.
Awarded to the winner of the Senior Road Championship. First awarded in 1969 and named the Charles Whitcher Memorial trophy in 1986
Awarded annually to the Women’s Time Trial Champion. First competed for in 1966
First awarded in 1966
First awarded in 1978
Bought with money raised by Pete Stonebanks and first awarded in 1986.
Awarded to the winner of the Junior Time Trial Championship, a competition inaugurated in 1949. The present basis for the Championship was established in 1950 and this trophy was first awarded in 1968.
First awarded 1996
Also known as the 'Schoolboy Championship Trophy' this was bought from money raised by Pete Stonebanks, and was first awarded in 1986
For the Juvenile Road Race Champion. Presented by Sheila Shelley in memory of her late husband, a loyal member from 1937-1997. First awarded 1998 but converted to a boys’ award in 2013 when a separate girls' award was created.
First awarded in 2013, this award is presented to the Girl's Road Race Champion.
First competed for in 1978 and originally awarded to the member with the greatest mileage in a 24-hour time trial. However, since 2011, with a decline in 24-hour time trialling, this has been awarded to the fastest 10-mile time trial by a lady. Members who ride in 24-hour events will however still be recognised and recorded here.
Presented by the Guildford Sports Council, "The Guildford Trophy”. is awarded annually to the member with the greatest mileage in a 12-hour time trial.
First awarded in 1951 to the winner of the Club 100. Since the demise of that event after 1972, it has been awarded to the fastest rider at the distance each year.
This trophy is a model of the bicycle on which G.T. Bennett won the Cambridge University Bicycle Club 50-mile road race of 1893, and was made by Harold Coleman with First awarded 1986 to the fastest 50 mile time trial by a club member in the previous year
Bought with money raised by Pete Stonebanks and first awarded in 1986 to the fastest 30 mile time trial by a club member in the previous year
Bought with money raised by Pete Stonebanks and first awarded in 1986 to the fastest 25 mile time trial by a club member in the previous year
Bought with money raised by Pete Stonebanks and first awarded in 1986 to the fastest 10 mile time trial by a club member in the previous year.
see the George Nightingale Memorial Trophy (above)
Awarded since 2011 to the fastest 10-mile time trial by a lady. The trophy was previously awarded as the 24 Hours Trophy but following a lack of entries in 24-hour time trials by club members it was decided to award the trophy in this category
First awarded in 1965 this cup originally went to the winner of the handicap in the Club 50, however, since 2003 it has been awarded to the handicap winner in the Club Open 50
Originally competed for in the Club 30 and first awarded in 1939. Since that event ceased to be run, it is competed for on the basis of handicaps given to the Charlotteville entrants in the first Border CA 30.
The Club’s longest running trophy which has been awarded annually - since 1907 (except for wartime and 1922) - to the winner of the handicap in the first Club Evening 25 and since the mid-2000’s to the winner of the handicap at the Charlotteville Open 25.
Formerly the South West London Ladies 10 miles cup known as the Spelthorne Trophy, this is awarded to the winner of the Club Evening Handicap 10.
The second longest running trophy, first awarded 1914 and competed for almost every year since. Competed for in a nominated Club time trial event by any member who has not previously won an award in a cycle race.
A plaque is awarded each year to the rider deemed by the Racing Secretary to be most improved. Until 1997 it was awarded on the basis of improvements in 10-mile time trial times over the season, but since then it has been awarded on the basis of broader improvement.
Originally awarded annually to the winner of the Points Competition but since 2009 awarded to the winner of the annual Club Hill Climb
Awarded annually to the winning pair in the Club 2-Up 25 mile Time Trial