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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  • SWCC Family BBQ at Hamsterley Forest On Saturday June 6th, from 1pm onwards, as part of a new range of social events we will be having a Stockton Wheelers Family BBQ!  Bring your own items for the BBQ or picnic, and we will cook it on our BBQ (bring your own BBQ if you wish).There are lots of things to do including cycle hire and cycle shop, adventure playground for the kids, forest drive and walking routes. The forest is a magnet for mountain bikers and cyclists, attracted by a wide range of cycling experiences, from the training loop and top quality off-road cycle trails, to the high octane four-cross and downhill mountain bike courses provided by Descend Hamsterley.  The cycle hire shop ...
    Posted 12 May 2015, 09:54 by Alan Goodwin
  • MARSHALLS REQUIRED - SUN MAY 10 A week on Sunday - May 10 2015 - we will run the Prestigious Dave Evans 50 mile time trial on the Crathorne Course. I could do with four people at least to volunteer to marshall this event. The marshall duties will be from approx 8.30am till 10.30am and I will pay £10 per Marshall plus fuel costs to whoever drives.If you can possibly help please contact me on 07805125562.I would hate to cancel this event due to not being able to provide marshalls. There are approx 50 riders.Cheers Doug Howes Senior Racing Sect.
    Posted 30 Apr 2015, 10:17 by Alan Goodwin
  • Tuesday Night Club Nights Due to the popularity of last year's sessions, we have again booked Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit (Prissick) every Tuesday evening throughout the winter for exclusive use by Stockton Wheelers members from 7pm - 9pm.The plans for the sessions are as follows, however this will be subject to review depending on demand:7pm to 8pm social sessionThe first hour will be open to any senior member, and any youth members who are in coaching groups A, B or C (10.45 session) . This restriction is needed for safety reasons due to the potential large numbers of riders. Riders in these groups have shown the ability to ride safely under these conditions. The sessions will not be coached sessions for seniors ...
    Posted 22 Oct 2014, 08:48 by Alan Goodwin
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