Britain's most south-westerly cycling club, Penzance Wheelers was formed in the 1930s. We're lucky to be able to ride on some of the most picturesque roads in the country, with the sea and moors of West Cornwall as a constant backdrop.
During the racing season we promote time trials at all distances, a criterium road race series, a locally-based 10-mile time trial series and regular training evenings. With a large and active membership, we hold club runs every Sunday, weekly club meetings (Tuesday, 19:00 The Star Inn, Crowlas), a yearly charity ride, and events as diverse as roller-racing and hill-climbs.
Penzance Wheelers has produced riders of regional, national and international standing. We are an inclusive club that welcomes new members - male and female, young and old.
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through the club's annual
Prostate Cancer ride.
Prostate Cancer UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1005541) and in Scotland (SC039332). Registered company 2653887
This is Penzance Wheelers ...............................................
Go to our Gallery page for more photos. The Gallery also includes some videos of club members :
"The Race of Truth" - a film made for TV featuring Sandy Gourley
Our most famous member, ex-professional, Tom Southam climbing the Zoncolan
A Tuesday evening "Chain Gang" session at Long Rock.
Many club members use the Strava App to track their rides - you can see what they have been up to here: