Hello, and welcome to the home of Wigmore Cycling Club. Based in Rainham Kent, we are a club for any cyclist, we cater for many disciplines for sport & recreation, and have an members aged from under 4 to over 80. Whether you already a keen cyclist looking for like minded folk to ride with, someone looking to get back into cycling after taking a little break, or brand new to cycling and want to see what all the fuss is about - we'll be able to help.
So take a look at the site, see what our members are up to, and learn how to get started. We hope to see you soon!
You may or may not have noticed the new WAGs link on the menu bar at the top of the page, but it's time to welcome the Wigmore WAGs to the website.
The WAGs are the ladies arm of the club, designed to promote cycling and cycling activities to women and girls of all ages and abilites. So head on over to their page for more details about them, what they do, and how to get involved.
The traditional Wigmore Cycling Club Hill Climb Competition is just around the corner. On Sunday 4th October, you are invited to come and battle it out against the region's best riders up the greuling Hollingbourne Hill. Entry is NOW OPEN, so read on for more details.
We are also in need of volunteers on the day... help marshalling, help out regulating the car park, assist on the score board. So if you have a spare morning, please get in touch...
The first weekend in August was certainly a big one. Not only did we have 8 riders taking part in the annual Ride London 100 sportive, but we also held a very successful Track session at the London Olympic Velodrome at LeeValley.
Click on the photo, or on the link below for reports on both events!
We're pleased to announce that Wigmore CC has just been awarded our Clubmark Renewal from British Cycling.
Clubmark is a Sport England kite-mark which shows we are committed to the highest standards in; Coaching & Competition, Club Management, Sports Equity, & Club Welfare (duty of care & child protection).
Many many thanks to all the club volunteers who helped with this process, but special thanks to our Volunteer Coordinator Steve Harman, Coach Scott Winston, and Welfare officer Dave Colwell for gathering the paperwork and evidence file together.