Queen Elizabeth II

Worthy Wheelers cycling club joins the nation in mourning the loss of Her Majesty The Queen, at the age of 96. Our longest-serving monarch, Her Majesty served the nation for 70 years with extraordinary grace and commitment. Our deepest condolences and sympathies are with the Royal Family at this time.

New sponsor 2022/23 – Honey + Harvey

The Worthy Wheelers cycling club are proud to announce a brand new club / shirt sponsors for 2022/23 – Honey + Harvey. Honey + Harvey’s journey began in 2011 with the opening of their Woodbridge, Suffolk location and established their reputation for locally sourced food, delicious treats and outstanding coffee. Melton, Suffolk opened in 2018 … Read moreNew sponsor 2022/23 – Honey + Harvey

Admin issues!!

If you have tried to contact us during July, August or September 2020 then huge apologies for you not receiving a reply. Our email system has been refusing emails from the website – Sorry! We are all up and running now, so please message us again 🙂

Covid-19 Update

In line with British Cycling Covid-19 guidance, it is now possible for WWCC to recommence a limited range of cycling activities – these include group and training rides where the total size of the group does not exceed 6. Groups must also adhere to social distancing requirements as directed by the Government. All events must have … Read moreCovid-19 Update

Worthy Wheelers – Event coverage and photo gallery – Geneva to Turin

Tim Underwood lead the Worthy Wheelers summer event, over the Alps from Geneva to Turin 13 brave riders, 500 KM and 11,000 meters of climbing – The road from Geneva to Turin was not flat! Congratulations on your achievement one and all! Tim is raising money for Live tweets and Instagram posts from Tim and … Read moreWorthy Wheelers – Event coverage and photo gallery – Geneva to Turin


A message for all members, and potential members. The Worthy Wheelers CC’s first AGM is planned to be held on Wednesday 4th October – Time and venue TBC Please come along and help us plan a big year of cycling in 2018 🙂