The Wheeling Wheelmen Bicycle Club founded by Phyllis Harmon, had its first meeting on April 26, 1970 with over 100 members in attendance. Since that time, the club has grown to almost 300 men and women serving the Northwest Chicagoland area with organized rides, social outings, informative meetings, bicycle advocacy, and a lot of friendship.
Remember that starting in May the Honey Do Ride will begin at 8:00am.
Let your fellow riders know !!!
Wheeling Wheelmen club rides are done in a 'ride at your own pace' format. Cue sheets are provided so that, depending on who shows up, riders of similar riding ability can get together and ride at a pace that works best for them.
Most rides will have anywhere from 5 to 25 riders. Almost all rides have rest stops where riders can re-group if they want.
Club rides leave at the posted time. Check the ride start times and arrive early enough to set up your bike, sign in, get your cue sheet and meet the other riders. Club rides are a good way to improve your fitness and riding skills.
The 2016 ride schedule, from March 19th to October 30th, will have almost 300 rides this season!
There are short and long mileage options every weekend as well as a variety of weekday and evening rides.
Village CycleSport - Elk Grove Village
45 Arlington Heights Road
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Wednesday May 11, 2016 from 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Come for the information, stay for the fun!
Get all the answers to the questions you where afraid to ask
Calling all Ladies! Enjoy Discounts, Raffle Prizes,
Give-A-Ways, Wine, Cheese and Chocolate!
Please join us for Vendor Presentations Including...
- Updating your Cycling Attire
- See all the new 2016 Cycling Products
- Learn how to fix a flat
- Understanding Technology to enhance your riding Experience
- Learn about Great Riding Trails and Paths in the area!
Looking for a low-cost way to advertise to active people? Check out the marketing opportunities available with the Wheeling Wheelmen.
Help Needed for Bike Rodeo - Saturday May 14th
(Rain date: Saturday May 21st)
Every year the Wheeling Wheelmen help the Buffalo Grove Police Department with their Bike Rodeo. The event is geared towards teaching kids bike safety, as well as promoting cycling. Once the kids sign up at the registration desk, they come to our station where we make sure their helmets are fitted properly.
Pam Kaloustian needs volunteers to help out with the Rodeo. She needs two shifts of two people each. First shift is from 11am to 1pm and second shift is from 1pm to 3pm. A pizza lunch is provided.
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We can be contacted by email at:
or by mail at:
Wheeling Wheelmen Bicycle Club
P.O. Box 7304
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089-7304