Kingston Wheelers Cycling Club was founded in 1924. The club membership comes from all over South West London, Surrey and beyond, we are one of the largest cycling clubs in the UK. Whether members are commuting, touring, time trailing, racing or just plain cycling for the fun of it, Kingston Wheelers exists so we can share our enthusiasm for sport in all forms.
The club members meet regularly, both on and off the bike and with such a large membership there is something for everyone. In addition to the traditional Sunday morning club rides, the members organises trips abroad to ride cyclosportive events like the Etape du Tour and the Tour of Flanders. We host events throughout the year with a Club Championship for new and experienced racers. A skills day on a closed circuit track to improve skills of all members who attend, there is also at least one track day trip for those who wish to experience track riding.
We host a number of events for the cycling community, these mostly revolve around Surrey League road races, time trails both internal club and open events, this includes a hill climb competition on Leith Hill, well know for it's inclusion in the Olympic route. All club members volunteer to help put on these events and they can be a great way to meet people, ride to the event together and socialise, most importantly have some coffee and cake.
Throughout the year, some members take part in time trials, road races and other competitive events. At the end of the year there are club trophies up for grabs for members in a wide range of events. These trophies are awarded at our annual prize presentation and lunch at the end of the year.