Pathfinder 24th June from Chacewater

Yes, we do not mention the P-word! but there is another P-word I will say PATHFINDER The next one is on Sunday 24th June starting in Chacewater, 1Oam & heading for our destination at ????? A round trip of just over 30 miles over as many ’emmet-proof’ roads as possible! Richard

The No ‘Falmouth’ Wheelers OGIL ride to Poldhu – 6th June

An ideal forecast for cycling and so it turned out. Mike C was waiting when I arrived at the other place and soon Ian and John joined us. Where was everyone? All spread out around Europe- Spain, Iceland, Scotland and many other places! At least there were two Penryn Wheelers and two Mawnan Wheelers. A quick chat about destinations followed and Poldhu was agreed. Off we went, through Gweek and Trelowarren, across Traboe Cross and Goonhilly Downs, through Mullion and […] Read More

Club Kit order

There is an order for club kit going in at the end of the week. If you would like a new club jersey (summer or winter) please contact Paula or Robin. Details on the club kit page

Proposed trip to Mallorca 2019

At the moment we are looking at between 4th May to 11th May. Flights are about £135 return with Ryanair and include speedy boarding, 20kg checked in baggage and two cabin bags. A shared car to Bristol airport works out around £40 pp (four people) to cover fuel and parking. The taxi transfer in Mallorca is out at about 40 euros return per person. The accommodation – self catering villa with pool – is approx £800/£1000 for seven days. Shared […] Read More

What’s On in June

June 3rd– The Bob Mansbridge Memorial Ride.  You can enter on the day. June 16th– BF Adventure ride, starting at Halvasso. 3 distances, ok to enter on the day. June 24th– Richard’s Pathfinder, meeting at Chasewater car park, 10am.  34 miles. July 1st– The Mines and Minerals Audax from Carharrack, on road and off road, organised by Simon.  Enter on the Audax UK website, in good time please, with £3 extra for food choices. July 9th– The Coast to Coast event […] Read More

Women wanted.

The London Walking and Cycling Commissioner (how much does he/she get?) has said that cyclists in London are too white, male and middle class and more needs to be done to encourage women and ethnic minority groups. A trip out to the Dewspring Tea Room with the OGIL today would have given the answer as to why there are fewer women cyclists. It p****d it down for most of the morning. Women, it has to be said, have more sense. […] Read More