WSW & Tri Annual Prize Presentation and Social

13th December 2014

Horringer Village Hall


Come and join your fellow club members to celebrate the achievements of members during 2014.


Prize Presentation

3pm – 5pm

Club members will be presented with their well-earned awards at the 2014 award presentation.

  • Includes light refreshment

WSW & Tri Social Evening 2014

7:30pm - 11:45pm


Tickets are required to attend these events:


Adult: £7
Under 16: £3


One ticket covers both the afternoon prize presentation and evening social.


Tickets are available online:



Refreshments for the afternoon prize presentation are included in the ticket price.


If you would like to order food for the evening an additional food ticket is required (£5/person)


Food Options

  • Cod and chips

  • Haddock and chips

  • Chicken and Chips

  • Sausage and Chips

  • Veg Burger and Chips


Both events are taking place at:


The Community Centre
The Street 
Bury St Edmunds 
IP29 5RU


WSW & Tri Weekly Emaill Newsletter - 20th November 2014

Cyclo Cross

Hempton near Fakenham was the venue for round 11 of the Eastern Cyclo Cross League on Sunday.

Last minute adjustments to the course following erosion of a step bank made for a technical and challenging race, made worse for the senior events when torrential rain fell at the start of the combined men’s & women’s event.

Junior Wheelers again raced well earlier in the day, with Oliver Griggs 7th in the U10, followed by Charlie Knowler (8th). In the U10, Harley Gregory again put in a sterling performance for 5th with Sophie Griggs battling to 12th.

Fraser Elsworth, showed increasing promise in the U12s to finish 14th, having made considerable ground on the leading pack.

In the combined men’s and women’s race, the torrential rain did not dampen the efforts the Wheelers contingent, a number of whom recorded their highest league placings to date. Paul Watson, whose 5th placing and first Wheeler home, was high reward for his season’s efforts. Another on form racer was Peter Golding in 8th. Darren Baker also produced his season’s best, with 25th overall as did Barry Denny (26th). David Griggs finished in 33rd with Nicole Gregory (34th) and duathlete Angela Joiner-Handy (who survived several mechanicals) placed 35th.

In the Men’s senior race, Mike Bowen continued his good form with 5th, followed by Richard Stiff (21st) Matt Denny DNF.

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Weekly Email Newsletter - 12th Novemeber 2014

Cyclo Cross

A busy weekend of off road cycle racing began on Saturday with the first of a cyclo cross double header, with King Edward VI School in Bury St. Edmunds the venue for round 9 of the Eastern Cyclo Cross League.

Hosted by West Suffolk Wheelers & Triathlon Club on a fast and technical course around the school playing fields, the host club was well represented by no less than 31 club members.

In the youth race, Fraser Elsworth continues to progress with 15th, followed by Matt Asker (21st), mountain bike racer Robin Lines (30th), Thomas Macro 37th with Lianna Denny withdrawing.

Triathlete Charlie Knowler also impressed with 8th in the under 12 event, followed by Oliver Griggs (9th) and Emily Waller in a fine debut position of 14th.

The Under 10 race saw Harley Gregory highest placed Wheeler in 5th, Lewis Farthing (7th), Matthew Waller (8th) and Sophie Griggs (15th), with Victoria Asker DNF.

For the seniors, Peter Golding continues his impressive debut season of racing with 11th and first Wheeler home in the Men’s 50+ and Women’s race, Paul Watson survived a heavy crash to finish 17th followed by Darren Baker (34th), Dick Lines (37th, Sharon Calton (38th), Dave Griggs (41st) triathlete specialist Angela Joiner Handy (42nd) and Nicole Gregory (44th).

Mike Bowen (Vets 40-49) was well placed in 8th, followed by Darren Davis (22nd), the improving Stu Grand (27th), Richard Stiff (29th), Ian Mortlock (43rd), Matt Denny (46th), Adrian Grimwood (47th), Simon Elsworth (50th), Giles Prime (52nd) and Giles Farthing (56th).


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Weekly Email Newsletter - 5th November 2014

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  • The West Suffolk Wheelers cycling club was formed in 1922 and is based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. We have a good cross-section of cycling on offer to welcome new and experienced cyclists alike. If you wish to learn bike handling skills for on and/or off-road cycling our members have the knowledge and experience to teach you. The Club is proud of it's development work with young people, and we have coaches to guide new cyclists in their training. We are active in all areas of cycling including: Road Racing, Time Trials, Track Racing, Club Runs,Touring, Audax, Sportive, Mountain Biking and Cyclo-cross. Members also compete in triathlon competitions; the Club is recently affiliated to Triathlon England, and new triathlete members are welcomed

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