Welcome to Fullarton Wheelers

Fullarton Wheelers Cycling Club is an active club where you will be made most welcome should wish to join us. Fullarton Wheelers organises a range of Club activities including leisurely group rides, some mountain biking and some racing.

On the more social side there is the informal Monday night club nights and the Sunday Club Runs - both of these are ideal if you want to meet some Fullarton Wheelers members and find out more about the club. We also have a Winter Training League which is held indoors at our Club Nights using Tacx Fortious - Virtual Reality Trainers.

Each year Fullarton Wheelers organises a club racing league - league events are open to all members as well as being free. In addition, Fullarton Wheelers also organises a few 'open' races which are run under the auspices of Scottish Cycling.

For the latest information please view the chatroom or get in touch using the contact form.

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Rothsay Festival of Cycling

Fullarton Wheelers sent a strong team of adult and youth riders to Rothesay at the weekend for the Cycling Festival organised by Bute Wheelers. The Festival includes five different events over two days and FWCC was represented in all of them. The first event is always the notorious Serpentine Hill Climb time trial which rises steeply up 13 switchbacks with an average gradient of 10%. Two of the Club’s youths, and eight adults, tackled the hill with youths Zoe Watters and Conal Davids... Read more >

Dooleys 2Up Team Time Trial

Fullarton Wheelers had three teams participating in the Dooleys 2Up Team Time Trial run at Westferry on Saturday. The 18 mile course included two laps of the route that ?nished with a one mile climb up the Greenock Road back to Bishopton. A total of thirty teams entered the event that was run by Cycling Time Trials. The FWCC teams finished as follows, Sean Barron and Alastair Macfarlane 37.35 (14th); Stevie Watters and Derek Skinner 39.07 (18th); and Martin Shields and Scott Mckendrick... Read more >

Cycling Weekly 125 Sportive

FWCC were represented south of the border this weekend at the Cycling Weekly 125 Sportive in Cheshire. Fiona Maitland along with 11 year old son Kyle opted for the 40 mile route whilst Fraser Maitland and Mikey Allen chose to take on the 125 mile ‘epic’ route. Starting out at the revered Oulton Park Race Circuit both pairs of riders completed an untimed lap of the circuit giving them an opportunity to recce the circuit before the all-important timed lap at the end of the event. From... Read more >

Another Female Fullarton Win

Catherine Logan has won the Georgetown league - first female - and was presented with her trophy at the Georgetown Cup this afternoon. This is a time trail series held over the summer on the well known 7.2m Georgetown course. This is a great achievement by Catherine, especially as it has been really well attended this year with some tough competition.... Read more >

Ayrshire Alps Sportive

Nearly 30 Fullarton riders took part in the Ayrshire Alps sportive organised by our friends at Ayr Burners Cycling. The Ayrshire Alps is a special road cycling park with nine Alps of varying difficulty, all set in stunning scenery and with quiet roads. The annual sportive is becoming very popular and it was great to have a large FWCC contingent. The main sportive route took in five challenging climbs, including the infamous Nic O'Balloch, for a total distance of 100km and over 4000 ... Read more >

Fantastic Female Win

The SC West Youth Crit Series came to an end with the ninth and final race at Bellahouston Park. The fantastic news is that FWCC has a series winner with Zoe Watters taking the U16 Girls title and Martha Hillard coming third overall in the same category. They will collect their medals at an awards ceremony later this month. The race series started back in March and Zoe has been consistently the best U16 girl rider. She has participated in 8 of the 9 races winning 3 times, coming secon... Read more >

Errigal International Youth Tour

Fullarton Wheelers under 16 female stars, Zoe Watters and Martha Hillard, once again swapped their usual FWCC yellow jerseys for Scottish Cycling South West kit to represent the region in the Errigal International Youth Tour, in County Donegal, Ireland. The event is a four stage race held over three days. The first stage is a hilly 18 mile road race, second stage a 2 mile hill climb time trial, third stage another 18 mile road race, including three ascents of the infamous Keelogues cli... Read more >

Wanlockhead Road Race

Chris Blakely, John Deans and Sean Barron represented Fullarton Wheelers in the Wanlockhead Road Race. Promoted by Loudoun Road Club, this tough 56 mile route started in Muirkirk before taking in the steep climb to Glespin wind farm. From here the course took in the fast B road down the valley to Sanquhar. After several more miles of main road the riders took on the fearsome Mennock Pass, a Category 3 climb of 7 miles that leads to Britain's highest village, Wanlockhead. After a fast d... Read more >

Habbie Habble Road Race

Sean Barron was joined by John Deans to represent FWCC at the Habbie Habble Road Race. The event, promoted by Johnstone Wheelers, started in the village of Kilbrachan, Renfrewshire. The course was 36 miles run over a series of four nine mile laps, each one beginning with a tough hill leading out of the village. The rest of the route was fairly undulating with some sharp digs, fast descents and technically challenging corners. Mechanical difficulties caused difficulties for both riders;... Read more >

Scottish National Team Time Trial

Fullarton Wheelers put a strong team into the Scottish National Team Time Trial championship held near Forfar. The Club was represented by Stevie Watters, Sean Barron, Mikey Allen and Derek Skinner who took on the 36 mile course which was two laps of a reasonably flat countryside circuit. The event, with over 120 riders, featured several very strong teams and individuals with most of the fastest amateur men and women from Scotland represented. Winners were Pro Vision in the men’s even... Read more >