The hospital was delighted to be given the opportunity to host the Rye Wheelers ‘Up For Lunch’ Charity Cycling Hill Challenge’ on Sunday 2nd September. This event started from the hospital and had 3 routes 50k, 75k and 100k. Rye … Read More
Since 1881 Rye & District Wheelers have been the cycling club for riders in Kent and East Sussex. We welcome riders of all ages, abilities and cycling interests.
If you’re competitive, the Club can boast county, national and even European champions. We compete in time trials, road racing and mountain biking and are looking to develop track and cyclo-cross teams.
If you’re just looking to enjoy getting out on the bike, we organise a number of weekly club runs for all levels of experience and fitness.
The Club has a great social side with day rides that take in some favourite eating and drinking places. We also run trips to France to ride out with our sister club from Ardres near Calais.
There are major social events in the Calender that give the opportunity for Members and Families to mix those being; The Annual Dinner and Awards Night in January, The Summer BBQ and The Christmas Ride/Lunch.
The Club also organises trips around the U.K. and Europe to take part in sportives ranging from the Spring Monuments of Flanders, Roubaix and Liege to summer alpine events such as the Maratona dles Dolomites.
Our Friday Night TT’s are held during the Season on the Q33 course, for details of signing on and start locations please follow link below;
If you would like to know more about events or information on this website or you have information you think might be of interest to us then please email;
If you would like to join the Club then please follow the “Join us” link;
This year the Tour de Marsh, Rye Rotary Club will be on 29th September. More details to follow! Let’s hope for some decent weather this year!
A lot of effort put in by our Captain to get the Wheelers in this publication and promote the club! Pick up a copy – only £2.99!cycling weekly pdf
The website has passed to Steve Blattman, Paul wishes him all the best and ask people to support him by sending him lots of posts.