The Wheelers have long been a contributor to the Saturday morning sports show on Wolverhampton Community Radio (WCR) based at the Newhampton Arts Centre. Skye Stewart has recently taken over the show and will be interviewing our president Robin Kyte this Saturday (11th July). The show runs from 10.00 until 12.00 and Robin’s interview will take place (live) around 10.30. If you miss the show there is a playback facility included in the link below.
This update relates to CTT events in England only. It does not relate to events in Wales or Scotland.
At the beginning of June, the Government relaxed the restrictions on social distancing. Whereas it is still not considered possible nor indeed appropriate to recommence CTT events as yet, it is anticipated that on or around 04 July the current restrictions may be relaxed further. In anticipation of that being the case, it is hoped that it may be possible to resume CTT events in July 2020.
Our very own Shaun Mason was the subject of a "Life in lockdown" article in Cycling Weekly...
WWCC members recently deceased
Unfortunately, I have some sad news to impart, two of our members have passed away recently:
Mike Logan of Albrighton whose funeral is on Tuesday 9th June and the procession will go along Station Road, Albrighton at 10.50 am. Several members will be lining the route in club jerseys....
The Wheelers were the subject of an article in the Express and Star...
Wheel boost for club as cycling takes off
With cycling on the up since lockdown, a Wolverhampton-based club is on the lookout for more members in anticipation of the 'new normal'.
Suspension of sanctioned cycling activity
All sanctioned cycling activity is currently suspended until 30 June 2020. While many of you have been enjoying the opportunity to ride recreationally, we appreciate that the cycling community is looking for direction and certainty on when club, group and competitive activity can resume.
A few brief words from the Chairman Wednesday 27th May 2020.
It’s been two months since we became locked down with the stadium closing and all events cancelled, although we are beginning to see the easing of lockdown from the Govt as the country cautiously moves slowly forward.
We are hoping that the Wheelers Committee can shortly arrange a virtual meeting so we can meet up online to share information and to discuss in advance how we plan to ease back and to get going again following COVID-19 protocol and BC guidelines.