As part of Rapha Women’s 100, Worldwide on Sunday 20th July 2014 twelve Wheeler lady members woke up very early on Sunday morning to meet at 7.00am in Kingston Market Square, writes Deborah Liew.
We were taking part in the Rapha
As per last year there will be two races
◾13:45 – Newcomers 4th Cat Race (Go Ride) (30 mins + 5 laps)
◾15:00 – E/1/2/3/4 Handicap (Regional C) (60 mins + 5 laps)
This race is open to First Claim members of the
On 10 May 2014, between 08:00 – 18:00, about 50 cyclists from the Kingston Wheelers are going to embark on a day of cycling on static bikes in Eden Walk, Kingston-Upon-Thames, to contribute to raise money for the charity attached
Statement from the Chair of Kingston Wheelers Cycling Club from the recent AGM:
"Part of the Club’s mission statement which was developed at a time when the club was undergoing a period of enforced change following the death of then President
Fancy yourself as a useful mechanic? How about building your frame then? That's exactly what Charlie Whitfield did, taking the raw steel tubing and learning to make a frame.
Dave Yates is a frame builder from the North East best known
Although I've been back for a few days and actually completed the Cingles on 9 August, it's taken a while to digest this one. And pick up the proverbial pen and paper!
This, as last year, is a bit long, as
So it had finally come round, the event that I had been looking forward to all year. I really had no illusions or expectations going into the event, all I wanted to do was to gain some experience and ride
Grey skies, strong winds and the threat of rain was the order of the day for the riders that had turned out for the Olympic Omnium track racing at Herne Hill Velodrome on Saturday 31 July, writes John Coolahan. For
Herne Hill Velodrome
An absolute scorcher of a day greeted the riders at Herne Hill for the annual South East Track Championships, it seemed that the heat would be the main competitor of the day rather than the other riders all competing