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 9:30.The Saturday runs are a faser 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.
Unique Opportunity to Promote Cycling In Local Community
As you will all be aware, Sport England supported our club in building our new clubhouse which we are sure you will agree is a great facility. The club has now been handed a unique opportunity to play a key role in promoting cycling within the local community.
We now need your help to support Sport England in promoting cycling within the local community!
FIND OUT HOW YOUR CAN HELP!
Have you paid for the Club Dinner yet and let Tracy know what you want to eat? You need to do so by Fri 27th November!Full Article
Club AGM has been moved to Monday 7th December 2015. 7:30pm start. For AGM agenda items please let Chris Sidney know.Full Article
The Club has signed up to the Wiggle affiliate programme. When somebody follows the Wiggle links that are now on our website and that ends up in a purchase at Wiggle the Club earns commission on that resulting sale. Full Article
As a club with under 18's as members and as part of our British Cycling affiliation it is mandatory for us appoint a club welfare officer. This is an essential role to help us move forward with our planned junior coaching. If you are interested in taking on this role or would like further information could you please let a member of the committee know.Full Article
The following article written by our very own Al Val has recently been published in and Insurance magazine called Post. It’s an interesting read about a hot topic in cycling – how do we go about insuring ourselves, our equipment and 3rd parties? The original article was published on Post Online, an Insurance Magazine. On […]Full Article
There is a spare place for the YHA Trip to Stratford on 7/8th November. Please let *protected email* know ASAP if you are interested! Full Article
Members – Scratch: James Flahey – 16:18 Mark Cooper – 16:22 Rob Stephenson – 16:43 Chris Sidney – 16:44 Keiran Horner-Maddocks – 17:04 Steve Heggs – 17:28 Andy Reed – 17:48 Ryan Ballard – 18:05 John Quimby – 19:00 Ian Shaw – 19:02 Jon Shaw – 20:05 Mark Russell – 20:23 Ellie Cooper – 20:37 […]Full Article
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Members – Scratch: Mark Cooper – 23:59 Chris Sidney – 24:06 Neil Taylor – 24:26 Andy Reed – 25:29 Steve Heggs – 25:46 James Flahey – 26:32 Ian Shaw – 27:15 Ashley Long – 27:28 Andy Cole – 28:52 Nev Bray – 28:52 Ellie Cooper – 28:53 Lee Nowak – 29:00 Rosie Dear – 29:04 […]Full Article