Kingston Wheelers

WHO:
We are Kingston Wheelers Cycling Club. We are a large cycling club for performance cyclists of all levels. We pride ourselves on our friendly atmosphere and all-inclusive policy.

WHAT:
We have weekly club runs on Sundays, and our members arrange additional rides to cater for Road, Mountain, and Cross Bike rides.

RESTRICTIONS:
Our main requirement for new cyclists is that they should be able to ride for 40 miles at 15-16mph. In practise, if you can complete 3 full laps of Richmond Park in under 80 minutes, you should be able to cope.
If you are under 16 years of age, please email us on info@kingstonwheelers.com so we can discuss arrangements.

WHEN & WHERE:
The Sunday Club run leaves every week at 9am from Laithwaites car park at the junction of Brighton Road and Portsmouth Road. Other ride details will vary.

HOW MUCH:
We allow new riders to attend 2-3 times prior to joining our club, to check that we offer what you are looking for. Our membership cost is £60 for two years. 

BOOKING/CONTACT DETAILS
Further information can be found on our website: www.kingstonwheelers.co.uk

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