The Westbury Wheelers

The Westbury Wheelers are a friendly club with a cross section of riders from serious to hacks and beginners so there is something for everyone.

During the summer we have regular open time trials and we also stage one of the Western Hard Riders series of time trials which attracts a large field.

There’s also a vibrant social scene with regular get togethers and trips away.

Do join us for a trial ride called a Green Ride on Saturday at 2 pm or join by clicking the button below.

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Our Rides

The club’s mainstay rides are Sunday morning outings. Three groups (various abilities) Purple, Blue and Yellow, meeting at 9am in the Market Place, Westbury.

Our green rides for the beginners and those wanting a more leisurely ride start at 2pm on Saturday from Market Square.

The fast boys and girls (Purple Group) do 60 - 80 quick miles at 16 -17 mph, the Blue group usually rides 35 - 60 miles and the Yellow Group 20 - 40 miles. The Purple usually follow the same route as Blue but travel a little quicker and may add a loop in. All Sunday rides stop for coffee and cake.

There’s a Wednesday morning ride (approx 30 - 40 miles) leaving the Market Place, Westbury at 9.30am. We also have mid-week evening training rides in the Winter/Summer, times trials and turbo training sessions.

There’s also a vibrant social scene with regular get togethers and trips away.
Click the button below for more details

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Fri March 2nd

Westbury Wheelers

No heating? Pedal harder 😉
Enjoy the snow on a MTB or a fat bike. Happy snow days!www.pinoymtbiker.org
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No heating? Pedal harder ;)
Enjoy the snow on a MTB or a fat bike.  Happy snow days!


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Afonso Cerejo

Yeah not so sure on point 12, easy on the pocket? really?

I would probably be driving an Aston Martin by now if it wasn't for my bikes, so I strongly disagree with point 12! 😆

Mon February 26th

Westbury Wheelers

Lake district with a different view.

Jennride 2018 South LakesMay 11, 7:00pmWheelbase CyclesA Bikepacking event for the adventurous types 🙂
The weekend will consist of an evening hosted by Wheelbase Cycles(Friday night) tales of bike packing adventures from the Tour divide to the Arizona trail with the HT550 thrown in for good measure. The Adventure Syndicate and Barry Godin and Fi Massey Paul Horabin will be there to answer any questions you may have .Firebelle Pizza will be there to feed you. There will be 3 trails for you to attempt with like last year if you have the stamina and high pain threshold the Lakeland 200(kms). A 100(mile) route which will take you west and over Walna Scar. This year there will be an option of a 50 mile route which is aimed at those who want to dip their toes in the bike packing malarky and its a great route for the younger generation to try out. All proceeds with be going to theadventuresyndicate.com/our-schools-project/
75% a cause that I,m sure Jenn would have be so pleased to help out and 25% going to St Gemmas Hospice www.st-gemma.co.uk/about-us
Entries will be through Eventbrite www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jennride-2018-tickets-41619976470?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social...
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Jennride 2018 South Lakes

Sun February 25th

Westbury Wheelers

This might interest you, if into long distance rides as several of our members are.

Introduction to Bikepacking – WarminsterMay 23, 6:00pmMaiden Bradley Village HallLearn the tips and tricks from Bikepacking Scotland’s founder Markus Stitz in this workshop. Markus, a round the world singlespeed cyclist, has designed multiple bikepacking routes in Scotland, including the Capital Trail, Central Belter, Wild About Argyll Trail and Reiver Raid.

In this in this 2-hour workshop Markus will share his bikepacking secrets with you. Learn how to plan and prepare for a bikepacking trip, which bike to choose, where to find your perfect route, how to pack efficiently and much more.

Tickets are £15 per person and will be on sale shortly
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Introduction to Bikepacking – Warminster
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