Welcome to the web based home of Coalville Wheelers Cycling Club.
The Coalville Wheelers is a Coalville based cycling club with 80 years of history in all types of cycling.
|We are a friendly club and we welcome anyone who wants to get involved in cycling for training, racing, sportives or simply for the joy of riding. You can find out about our club runs, time trial and road racing events by browsing the site or by contacting us here.Although we have a strong racing presence in local time trial races the club’s heart is both our clubhouse in Griffydam and the training and club runs which leave as follows:
Saturdays: Queen’s Head pub in Heather at 09.00.
Sundays: Clubhouse at 9:00 during the summer (BST) and 09:30 during the winter.
The Family Ride leaves the clubhouse at 10:00 summer and winter.
The Saturday runs are a faster pace and not suited for beginners. However the Sunday runs are catered to run at the slowest riders pace and depending on the size and ability of the group may be split into 2 groups.Most clubruns call in at a local cafe for refreshments.
Further details on clubruns
CWCC Clubhouse Location – LE67 8HU
Club night at Griffydam is every Wednesday starting at 7pm April to August or 8pm September to March.
The details for this season’s Wednesday evening time trials have now been released. Have a look under the Events tab or Quick Links. Big thanks to the sponsors (Musk, Mark J Scott and The T Bird) for donating the prize money. Please support them as they support us.Full Article
Great prizes to be won! Get yourself and your team of up to 4 Adults up the clubhouse for a 7pm start! Clubhouse will be open from 6.30pm. Easier questions this time by request! HINT – Brush up on your music this time Contact Mark BrightyFull Article
Derby Track Session Sunday 1st April 09:00-11:00. To secure your place, please let Greg Hodges know and transfer £18 (£13 for under 18) to the club’s bank account, ref “TRACK”. Full Article
Now Christmas and New Year are disappearing into history, it's time to renew your membership for this year. Full Article