Fareham Wheelers dream of national service

Fareham Wheelers are dreaming of hosting a National Trophy cyclocross event.

Joe Truman, left, with GB mens sprint team-mates Ryan Owens and Jack Carlin at last years Under-23 European Championships in Italy  Picture: British Cycling

Buoyant Truman notes progress despite bronze

RESULTS may not show it, but Portsmouth’s Joe Truman is right to be in confident mood as the sprint cyclist prepares for the second round of the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup.

Lorry stuck by the bollards

City cycling scheme gets national award

PORTSMOUTH has been praised for the success of a cycling training scheme at a national conference.

Mike Williams, of host club Fareham Wheelers, on one of the climbs at Swanmore Motocross Track. Picture: Neil Marshall (171322-753)

Delight for Fareham Wheelers as new course earns praise

Phill Chinn revealed Fareham Wheelers’ challenging new course was a hit with riders and officials.

Action from the racing at Fairthorne Manor last season. Picture: Neil Marshall (161428-9)

Fareham Wheelers ready to unleash toughest of tests

Round three of the Wessex League is not for the faint-hearted.

Britain's Chris Froome celebrates after winning the Spanish Vuelta in Madrid. The special trophy he holds was given to him as he won both the Tour de France and La Vuelta. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

RICK JACKSON: Arise Sir Chris – knighthood is long overdue for cyclist

Surely one of the most deserved knighthoods will now be bestowed on Chris Froome?

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

On our bikes - on Cycle to Work Day

Today, Wednesday September 13, is Cycle to Work Day, which encourages adults across the UK to get on their bike and give cycle commuting a go for one day.

Fareham Wheelers riders, from left, Rick Garman, Kirsty McSeveney, Neil MacKley, Marianne Holt and Mark Herbert. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-38)

Super six put Wheelers on the map

Kirsty McSeveney finished 20th in the Gran Fondo World Championship as Fareham Wheelers made their mark on the international scene.

Garry Ingham is FLAB's neighbourhood organiser for Waterlooville.

Cyclist hopes to start a fitness revolution

A DETERMINED cyclist is hoping that his hometown can become a hub for cycling enthusiasts.

Kirsty McSeveney, second left. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-37)

McSeveney hails rise of Wheelers women after tour shock

Kirsty McSeveney revealed her shock at finishing third in the Tour of Cambridgeshire.

From left: Rick Garman, Kirsty McSeveney, Neil Mackley, Marianne Holt and Mark Herbert sporting their Great Britain kit. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-35)

Albi bound! Six Wheelers to take on the world

Six members of Fareham Wheelers will represent Great Britain at the UCI Gran Fondo World Championship in Albi, France on Sunday, August 27.

Eileen Duff prepares to start her test with Paul Morris and race director Roger De Vere. Picture: Habibur Rahman (171049-39)

Anderson and Emmott crowned Fareham Wheelers champions

Harry Johnson provided the magic in Fareham Wheelers’ final evening time trial of the season.

Rick wants Brits to take Tour de France champion Chris Froome to their hearts  (Picture by PA)

RICK JACKSON: It’s time to get behind our amazing champion, Froome

Why is Chris Froome Britain’s least loved great sportsman?


Gosport man to cycle 400 miles in sister’s memory

A BROTHER will be cycling 400 miles in memory of his sister.


WATCH: Teenage BMX rider named world champion one year after life-changing accident

AN INSPIRATIONAL teenager who has defied all odds in recovering from a horrific accident can now call himself a BMX world champion – just one year after being told he’d never ride again.


Injured triathlete praises caring medics at QA Hospital

A TRIATHLETE has praised the recent treatment he received at Queen Alexandra Hospital.

Members of the Gosport BMX Club squad heading out to the World Championship

Gosport BMX squad target global glory

Nicola Spiers believes Gosport BMX Club can flex their muscle in the BMX World Championships.

Simon Tier is gearing up for yet another cycle for Brain Tumour Research

Clocking up even more miles for cancer charity

IN the past six years Simon Tier has cycled more than 2,500 miles for a charity close to his heart.

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