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WOLVERHAMPTON WHEELERS CYCLING CLUB Welcome to the “Wheelers” one of the oldest and most successful cycling clubs in the Country

The Wheelers

This, the city's foremost Cycling Club and caters  for all ages and abilities, with members from 5 to 85.

Whether you’ve just learned to ride, a weekend leisure rider or an experienced "bikie" we offer a full range of activities in all these disciplines:

Leisure/Family Rides, Youth Events, Touring/Audax, Road Racing, Time Trials, Mountain Biking, Track Racing and Cyclo-Cross!

Plus a healthy Social calendar with many varied non-cycling related themes.

We are a true club, run by the members, for the members, with a democratically elected committee under a formal constitution. We are also a British Cycling "Go Ride" club catering specifically for younger riders.

You are assured of a warm and friendly atmosphere among fellow cyclists of all ages and interests so if you like what you see here, come and meet us.

Become part of an exciting future with a proud history behind you.

Join the Wheelers and experience "Wheel Freedom"

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 Wheelers £1000 Donation to Alzheimer’s Society’

In February, early March and September last year the ‘Wheelers staged a series of reliability rides, covering between 50 to 100 miles over challenging terrain. Each event attracted a good level of support with up to 80 riders, covering a wide range of ages and abilities.

The youngest were 12 years old and the oldest, well let’s just say, that the left their bus passes at home for the day! The events are not a race, but set around a challenging course (including Ironbridge Gorge & Wenlock Edge) aimed to test the average club cyclist.

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 New Structure
Wolverhampton Wheelers Track League 2015

We are making changes to the track league to ensure its ongoing success, reward riders in more category’s, make the management of the league less stressful for those involved and enable the younger riders to compete on a more level playing field.