Coalville Wheelers Cycling Club



The Wheelers have in the past been noted for their promotions at club level, within the district and several National events. We still continue to promote a full programme of events throughout the racing season.

Our Wednesday evening time trial events form the bedrock of the club racing scene with over twenty events from April to early September. A variety of challenges await the experienced rider and the complete novice. The Wednesday night events are run on a variety of courses based around our clubhouse in Griffydam.

We also have a full programme of Friday 10 mile events for those who want yet another test against the watch. Both the Wednesday and Friday events are excellent for the new rider who wants to have a go and glean tips from established riders. There is no need to feel bashful about riding as there is always someone who rides at your speed and the fun is in trying to gain those extra seconds to lead your own peer group. Newcomers are particularly catered for with prizes in the handicap awards. ( a little too complicated to explain here!)

Note: Anyone from the age of 12 can enter the club time trial events.

When riders find there feet…err pedals…then other races can be tackled. Our Open events attract riders from all over the country in the different disciplines of time-trialling and road racing and the other clubs within the area mean that you can race several times a week once you get the bug.

Members also participate in other types of events as well; Sportives and Audaxes, Mountain Biking, Cyclo-Cross etc. so we can cater for all types of cycling and of course there’s our bedrock of clubruns!

So, feel free to ring one of the club contacts to find out about how you can share in the fun and sense of well being that cycle racing provides.

Full List of 2017 Events – Download as PDF

Club Event Calendar

Fancy Dress 4.3M 2 Up TTT @ CWCC Clubhouse
Dec 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Fancy Dress 4.3M 2 Up TTT @ CWCC Clubhouse | Griffydam | United Kingdom

This is a 2 Up TTT ideally
But Solo riders are welcome……

See the Entry Rules for Club Events.


Start: Lay-by
Finish: Opposite Layby
Course: 4.3M TT Course

Cyclo-Cross Race @ Cattows Farm
Dec 31 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

This years event, to be held on New Years Eve will be part of the Leicestershire Cyclo Cross League.

Venue & Directions

The venue for the event will be Cattows Farm, Heather.

From the A42, J12 follow the signs for Packington and in Packington turn right for Normanton-le-Heath and Heather. The entrance to the event is situated on the right between Normaton-le-Heath and Heather, approximately 1 mile after Normanton. Shortly after passing the HUGE wind turbine on your right!

If approaching from Heather the entrance is on the left after the double bends. If you pass the HUGE wind turbine you’ve gone too far 🙂

There will be signs from the A42 and Ibstock.

Postcode for Sat Nags – LE67 2TD.


Event Location and Entrance

Event Location and Entrance


Car Parking

There is plenty of parking at the venue adjacent to the course. There will be a small charge of £2 per car for parking to help cover the costs of running the event and the venue.

There is no parking at the Farm Shop and no access to the course or event from there.

The Races

Rider Cat Start Classification Band Duration Entry Fee
U9 Race 10:15 Go-Cross None 10 mins £4.00*
U12 Race 10:30 Go-Cross None 15 mins £4.00*
Sen, Junior & Vet. Women Race 11:30 Category B CX Band 4 40 mins £15.00*
Junior Women Race 11:45 Category B CX Band 4 40 mins £14.00*
Veteran Men 50+ Race 11:30 Category B CX Band 4 40 mins £15.00*
Youth Race (inv Novices) 13:00 Category B CX Band 4 30 mins £8.00*
Junior Men Race 14:00 Category B CX Band 4 40 mins £14.00*
Senior Men Race 14:00 Category B CX Band 4 1 hr £18.00*
Veteran Men 40-49 Race 14:00 Category B CX Band 4 50 mins £18.00*

* Pre-Entry Prices shown. Following Surcharges apply:

  • U12’s – £1.00
  • Youth’s, Juniors & Novices – £2.00
  • Seniors – £5.00


Pre-Entries can be made via the BC Website, or on the day with a surcharge. Preference on the day is given to registered league riders and an on the day wait list for non league riders, depending on how many riders the commissars think the course can handle, may be in use.

It is not expected that rider number limits will be an issue at this venue though as National Trophy events have been held on it in the past and apart from some short technical sections the course will be at least 3m wide all the way round.


The course is predominantly flat grassland that drains well and is expected to be “flat and fast” therefore.

There will be 2 sets of hurdles indicated by code ’03’ on the map. Both sets will be bypassed by the U12’s.

There will be a bike wash area separate to the pits and water points are available around the course.

Proposed Course

Proposed Course


The events is run under British Cycling rules regulations and the LCXL Rules