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 over 300 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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  • COME AND TRY IT- at Croft 10th August The CTT has provided funding for another CATI event at Croft autodrome on Wednesday10th August. Signing on from 5.30pm, first rider off at 6.15pm. Entry at www.ctt.org.uk or on the line- £5 over 18s, £4 under 18s. Under 12s can enter.The course is 5 laps of the Croft circuit- 10 miles in all. Come and try time trialling in a traffic free environment. All welcome- and non club members can take part.
    Posted 18 Jul 2016, 07:57 by Chairman SWCC
  • Celebrating our centenary with the National 100 time trial On Sunday 10th July Stockton Wheelers hosts the CTT National 100 mile time trial. 160 solo cyclists preceded by 6 tricyclists will brave the north east summer weather to ride from Kirklevington to Dishforth and back TWICE to complete 100 miles in less than four hours. These  elite endurance athletes  pit themselves against the clock to ride the fastest time they can. We are grateful to GoSport at Conyers School for letting us use their hall, canteen and changing facilities and to all our members and those from other clubs who give their time so that we can celebrate our centenary in style with the top time trialling event in the country.
    Posted 1 Jul 2016, 12:00 by Colin Whitfield
  • Stockton Wheelers support Derek Campbell's charity event Stockton Wheelers will be supporting a charity ride on Sunday 3rd July. Win Campbell of Derek Campbell's Tyre and Exhaust Garage on Preston Farm Industrial Estate hosts their annual charity bike ride in aid of the MS Therapy Centre in South Bank. Riders leave at 10.30am and will complete the Aislaby circuit to return to the garage for tea and cakes. 
    Posted 1 Jul 2016, 12:01 by Colin Whitfield
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