Some of our 350+ members about to embark on a lap of honour during the 2015 Stockton Cycling Festival


 STOCKTON BOROUGH COUNCIL 'CLUB OF THE YEAR' 

Welcome to Stockton Wheelers Cycling Club


Established in 1916, we aim to bring enjoyment and achievement to cyclists in the Stockton-on-Tees area. We currently have well over 200 members, and with weekly time trials, club runs for all abilities, and coaching sessions with British Cycling-qualified coaches, there is something for everybody who is interested in cycling.  Take a look around the site and join us! 


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  • Youth Coaching Suspended for Summer PLEASE NOTE:  THERE WILL BE NO YOUTH COACHING DURING THE SCHOOL SUMMER HOLIDAYS.With volunteers going on holiday, we can't guarantee to have enough coaches and assistants each week for the number of riders, so we have decided to have a break to avoid confusion of being on some weeks and not others. The next session will be 5th September 2015.  Hope you all have a good Summer!
    Posted 15 Jul 2015, 03:47 by Alan Goodwin
  • Huge Congratulations to Gemma Marshall on LEJOG! Gemma Marshall joined us in February for some company on cycle rides as she prepared to build up to her Lands End to John O'Groats challenge.  On the way she did the London Marathon and our ladies C2C challenge before doing said route in 9 days!  That's 1000 miles in 9 days with the longest day being a whopping 150 miles.  She was doing it for Douglas Macmillan Hospice who care for adults and their families that have cancer and other life changing illnesses.  If you would like to donate, please do so using her JustGiving page here.WELL DONE GEMMA FROM US ALL HERE AT STOCKTON WHEELERS!!!
    Posted 3 Jun 2015, 13:54 by Alan Goodwin
  • Ladies complete Way of the Roses The SWCC ladies section annual cycling challenge took place over the weekend 1st to 4th May 2015.  On the back of a successful C2C in 2014 it was decided that the group would attempt another across country cycle ride and so used the Sustrans route ‘The Way of the Roses” which covers 170 miles from Morecambe to Bridlington.  The ride was completed over three days.  Day one from Morecambe to Grassington, day two from Grassington to Pocklington and day three from Pocklington to Bridlington.  This allowed for some minor changes to the Sustrans route to avoid the town centres of both Ripon and York.With the help of the club trailer, eleven contenders and three supporters travelled to Morecambe Friday ...
    Posted 3 Jun 2015, 01:53 by Alan Goodwin
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