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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Sunday Run - January 12th 2020

The nine riders at the Cross this morning could have easily mistaken today's run for 2020's edition of Liege-Bastogne-Liege, with tight bumpy roads, steep ramps and driving rain. There was also a nice bit of wind to make sure we got the full classics experience.
We headed north out of Irvine, but not before we got a lap of the new cycle circuit, sparking debates of a new Summer League Criterium event. The rain lashed us as we left Irvine, but conveniently stopped as we hit Kilw... Read more >

Sunday Run - December 1st 2019

It was six hardy souls that gathered at Irvine Cross this for this weeks Sunday Run. With the cold front gripping the West Coast and a Gravel Splinter Group heading to Whitelee for the morning, big numbers couldn't be expected. Joe Boyle made everyone feel just a little bit colder by turning up in shorts, I can only hope he had his suncream on! George called thr route and off we went, up through Kilwinning to Saltcoats, taking a left and climing up above the Three Towns. Cold as it ... Read more >

2019 Bill Moore Time Trial

This year's Bill Moore Time Trial was won by Georgia Young (East Kilbride RC) in a time of 26:15, and by Dougie Watson (GTR) in a time of 21:08. Bill Moore was Fullarton Wheeler's erstwhile and popular club chairperson and this event, named in his honour, is a favourite date in the racing calendar. Over seventy riders from as far afield as Guernsey descended on a quiet, early morning A78 looking to test themselves on one of Scotland's fastest ten mile courses. Conditions were typ... Read more >

Personal Best for Steve Donaldson

The Corrieri Classic is a popular ten mile time trial hosted near Stirling. A dry morning was good; a ten mph cross/tail wind was less so. Nonetheless, popular Fullarton rider Steve Donaldson achieved a personal best of 26:04. Both Martin Shields and Allan Duncan posted competitive times of 25:13 and 23:17.... Read more >

Chasing the Sun

The chase started in Tynemouth the moment the sun rose over the North Sea at 04:27 in the morning. Seventeen hours later it would set behind Arran at the finish line on Prestwick Promenade. In between lay 200 miles of cycling. Chase the Sun is a cycling event which attracts hundreds of riders all looking to challenge themselves to cycle the longest distance on the longest day of the year. This year was the first time the newly launched UK-North route was put to use, and Fullarto... Read more >

Dream, Struggle, Ride, Prevail...in the Straiton RR

A strong field of riders descended on the South Ayrshire village of Straiton for the annual fifty five mile road race. It is called 'The Struggle' for a reason. This year the autumnal conditions added to the challenging terrain, tight turns, hump backed bridges and the uphill sprint finish. The tone was set early by the Race Commissair during the rider briefing, describing one section of the course as a series of potholes patched together with some tarmac. The race was on the m... Read more >

Super Saturday Masters and Tandems

FWCC's Natalie Jamieson launched her 2019 track campaign with this week's Saturday Masters and tandem event at the Sir Chris Hoy velodrome in Glasgow. Paired with new tandem pilot Lucie Hrnickova they achieved 15.19 seconds for the flying 200m. "Not the fastest time we've had", notes Jamieson, "but we learned that we we had gone too fast for the five lap build up, so something to take back to the practise sessions and work on."
For the 1 kilometre time trail the pair did not... Read more >

Vital Vets Victorious

Gordon Graham and Gordon Stead have launched their 2019 season with victory in the vets category of the Dooleys Team Time Trial. Held on the 17 mile Westferry course in somewhat windy conditions, the two Gordon's nonetheless achieved a superb time of 37' 22", which was also enough for fifth place overall. Fullarton Wheelers' were also represented by third placed female team Lorna Sloan and Catherine Logan (46'44"), 34th placed Stewart Beck and Alan McCall (44'23"), and 19th placed... Read more >

Feel the fear...but do it anyway

FWCC are incredibly proud of their female competitors who continue to make big strides towards the top level. FWCC/Sprockets rider Natalie Hunter took part in her biggest event yet, the British National Track Championships in Manchester. A velodrome full of screaming school children did little to settle her nerves, especially as she was the only one on the track for the flying 200 and the audience's full attention was focussed on her, and her only. "I started to wind my speed up... Read more >

Zoe Watters Exceeds Expectations at first British Senior Track Championships

The venue for this weekend's British Senior Track Championship was the National Cycling Centre in Manchester, and it was a big step up for FWCC/Sprockets Cycles female star Zoe Watters. Some of the best riders in the country also happen to be some of the best riders in the world, and Zoe lined up alongside them for the first heat of the forty lap scratch race. With a field of Olympic, Commonwealth and World Champions on show the heats were really going to be Zoe's finals, with qua... Read more >