The Whyalla Cycling Club is the premiere cycling club of the Eyre Peninsula and one of the largest cycling clubs in South Australia with members from Whyalla and other cities around the State.
Boasting the only full size velodrome outside of Adelaide, it is rich in history, and is proud to lay claim to World, National and State Champions, as well as being the home of Olympic and Commonwealth Games riders.
With one of the best junior programs in the State, the club caters for riders of all ages and abilities. Whether it be BMX riders on the track or 70+ year old masters on the road, there is a grade and event for one and all.
Whyalla Cycling Club conducts track racing on Friday nights from September - March at the Graeme Jose Memorial Velodrome.
Juniors and seniors start racing from 6.30pm. All riders get a number of races including a scratch race with a mix of points, elimination, keirin, pursuit and sprint races depending on rider numbers.
The track is open for warm-up from 6.00pm. All riders holding a current Cycling Australia licence from all clubs are welcome.
Whyalla Cycling Club holds road races, generally commencing from 10.00am Saturdays during winter months (April -September).
Races usually commence at the WCC Clubrooms, Graeme Jose Memorial Velodrome, McBryde Terrace or various out of town locations (including Port Lincoln, Cowell and Cleve). Distances vary for seniors and each junior age group.
Whyalla Cycling Club hosts Community Ride Programs to promote bicycling as a fun way to enjoy the great outdoors and spend time with friends.
Running weekly Mad Mile Community Rides during daylight saving time to cater riders of all ages and abilities, starts 6.00pm.
Organising and participating in community riding events, to encourage friends and family to ride more often.