New Kit Supplier – Bioracer

Right you lucky lot, here’s a sneak preview of your brand new club kit!

Bioracer are currently collecting a full set of size samples for us and will send them over very soon. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for a social being set up at The Wharf as soon as we have them, for people to come and try samples on.

In the meantime ogle away at these!

Club Track Championships 2019

The Club Track Championships are taking place this year on Sat 13th April at Manchester Velodrome, consisting of 5 events: a scratch race, points race, kilo, devil and unknown distance. Other clubs are welcome to enter and British Cycling points are available, but only first claim Wheelers will count towards the championship.

Thanks to Mike Atkinson for organizing this. Last year was close fought between Jerry, Jack and Mike and it should be another great event!

Enter here – And if you don’t fancy racing, come down and watch!


Kiera Byland on Inside Out!

On Monday Kiera appeared on Inside Out on the BBC and this is the wonderful result! Proud to have you in the club Kiera! And thanks to Jacqui for sharing the video!

Posted by Manchester Wheelers on Wednesday, February 27, 2019

On Monday 25th February, the incredible Kiera Byland appeared on Inside Out on the BBC, talking about her experiences in the Special Olympics and the impact cycling has had on her life.

We’re proud to have her in the club and wish her the best of luck for the next World Games in Abu Dhabi in March!

The full show can be found on iPlayer here

Edward John Hobson 1928-2019

Life member and former editor of the club journal, Edward John (Eddie) Hobson sadly passed away on the 19th February 2019. Eddie was our longest standing member after 73 years with the club, having joined in 1946.

The photo shows Eddie during the club 12 hour held on 10th September 1950, at the age of 21. His friends of that era included Don Murray, Ken Pearson and Ged Horn.

Our condolences go to Eddies wife Jean, and his friends and family.

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Wheelers on the BBC

Here is the piece from BBC Breakfast this morning!

Posted by Manchester Wheelers on Friday, February 15, 2019

This morning BBC Breakfast aired an inspiring piece about former Speedway Star Ricky Ashworth who experienced a life threatening accident in 2013, ending his racing career. Wheelers Brian Byland, Karl Mclelland and Jerry Cross have been helping Ricky get back on two wheels again as tandem pilots at the National Cycling Centre. Catch the full piece on the iPlayer 47 mins in

Annual Do 2018

The Annual Do and Prize Giving night will be on Saturday 1st December at Common in Manchester city centre. Tickets are available now by sending £10 via PayPal to along with any dietary requirements.

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