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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Steve Donaldson on Euregiotour

Euregiotour is a three day ride from Innsbruck to Arco on the Riva Del Garda, organised by the SudTyrol transplantation Sports club to advertise the benefits and advantages of organ transplantation. FWCC's very own heart and lung transplant ambassador made the trip and completed 210 miles and an even more remarkable 12000 feet of climbing, the equivalent of three times up Ben Nevis; on a bike. Day 1 took the riders from Innsbruck to Montagna, a distance of 155km. With the band playi... Read more >

Ninth for Mustachioed FWCC Wonder Boy Cadge Paterson

FWCC rider Cadge Patterson crossed the line in ninth place in this week's TLI Synergy Cycles Summer Criterium race held at Fife Cycle Park in Lochgelly. This is a dedicated 2.4 million pound cycle racing circuit made up of smooth tarmac and tight turns, which makes for thrilling racing. Rider Patterson, well-known locally for sporting a moustache that is part Nigel Mansel, part world war two fighter ace, started well and maintained his position in the leading group throughout the rac... Read more >

Weekly Riding Roundup

Summer weather has been amazingly persistent this summer, and the temptation to get out on the bikes has been irresistible. Riders Todd and Ryland were the FWCC ambassadors for US President Donald Trump's visit to nearby Turnbury, at least, the spectacular police and security operation was worth a look. Rider Broadfoot returns from holiday for some plane spotting at Prestwick, where Air Force One is currently parked. Riders Barron, Deans, Walker and Allan joined veteran hard man Geo... Read more >

Fullarton 159

The Tour de France kicked off on Saturday with a monstrous 125 mile long stage. A huge day out for even seasoned Club riders, but not for an intrepid group of Fullarton Wheelers who clocked up an even more impressive 159 miles. This extra-long distance ride was not in aid of the Tour but world circumnavigation record holder Mark Beaumont. Later this summer FWCC will be taking their place alongside Beaumont to ride from Argyll to Aberdeen, via Loch Lomond, the Cairngorms, and Glenshe... Read more >

Zoe Watters: Double Scottish Champion!

FWCC and Sprockets Cycles youth rider Zoe Watters became a double Scottish champion this weekend at the National Track Championships, held at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. Zoe dominated the forty lap scratch race launching repeated attacks from the back of the bunch to put fatigue into the sprinters who were trying to conserve their energy. A final bunch sprint saw Zoe come from third wheel with one lap to go, snatching gold by half a wheel from Team 22's Abby Stewart, becoming the ne... Read more >

Logan and Graham on fire in Scottish heatwave

FWCC riders Catherine Logan and Gordon Graham continue a run of racing success. Logan was the outright female winner in the nine mile Tour of Cumbrae TT with a time of 24 minutes 10 seconds. Several other FWCC riders also collected a prize envelope, including youth rider Conal Davidson and the decidedly non-youth riders Peter McLardy, Allan Duncan and Derek Skinner. Rider Skinner was the fastest FWCC competitor of the day with a magnificent 21:03, just 23 seconds behind the outright... Read more >

Summer League Event 4

In a break from tradition the Club's annual Summer League is taking place in actual summer weather. With the mercury touching 21 degrees the conditions were perfect for Event 4: a twenty five mile individual time trial. Taking place this year over a compact and rather complex circuit, no one got lost and four riders beat the all-important one hour barrier. The overall winner was once again Gordon Graham in a blistering 57 minutes one second, beating Chris Staples into second place b... Read more >

Night at the Movies

Saturday evening saw a club social to the Glasgow Film Theatre to see 'Time Trial', a newly-released film about Scottish professional cyclist David Millar, including a post film Q&A session with the film's director and David Millar himself. Millar is one of Scotland’s most successful pro cyclists and took part in twelve Tours de France. FWCC and Sprockets rider Natalie Hunter was a little surprised to meet him accidentally in the foyer on the way back from the bar. Playing it c... Read more >


Perfect cycling weather means the mileages have been piling on, with FWCC members out and about in the sunshine. Adventures this week include sunburn climbing the infamous 'Talla Wall' in the Borders, rider Del Young getting stung on the head by a bee that got stuck in his helmet, melting tarmac, and an unprecedented early start to the regular Sunday Club Run to avoid the hottest part of the day. Large numbers of riders have been turning up for the regular Monday evening club ride, t... Read more >

Steve Donaldson Crowned European Champion at Transplant Games

FWCC heart and lung transplant super hero Steve Donaldson represented Great Britain and Northern Ireland at the European Heart and Lung Transplant Games in Italy. In the road race he came an amazing second overall and first in his age category. He is now a European Champion. The race was twenty kilometres over six laps with a fifty strong field. The glamour of continental road racing began from the off when the cyclists had to help the motorcycle escort find his way around the cour... Read more >