Adult Second Claim


Membership for those who are already members of another club.


Second Claim membership is available for those who are already a member of another club but wish to take advantage of membership of the West Suffolk Wheelers. For example, Second Claim membership is often taken by those who are temporarily resident in the area. Second Claim members are not eligible for club trophies and do not have voting rights.

Membership runs from January 1st to December 31st. Renewals are due in January

For new members only:  Fees are reduced to half price when joining the Club from July 1st onwards and to one third the annual fee from October 1st. Membership renewal will then be due on January 1st for the following year as normal.

For membership enquiries, please email:

Membership Benefits

As well as being a great bunch of people, over 500 strong, there are many, many benefits to being a member of the West Suffolk Wheelers; here’s just a few…

  • Affiliated club for access to competitive events
    • British Cycling
    • Triathlon England
    • CTTA (Cycling Time Trials)
    • ERRL (Eastern Road Race League)
    • Eastern Cyclo-Cross League
  • Club Runs
    • 6 rides a week for all ability levels
  • Training
    • Open Water Swimming
    • Coached Pool Sessions
    • Weekly training rides
    • Winter indoor turbo/rollers sessions
    • Coached track sessions
  • Trips
    • Italy Spring Training Camp
    • Velodrome
    • Yorkshire Dales
  • Go-Ride for Kids
    • Skills and Training
    • Summer and Winter
  • Club HQ Building
    • Indoor Training
    • Talks, Presentations and Courses
    • Meeting Space
  • Shop Discounts
  • And many more…

Membership Participation

The club is run entirely by volunteers – cyclists and triathletes just like you. There are many committed individuals who give up untold hours to make the West Suffolk Wheelers a welcoming and successful club.

All members are expected to help support the events we put on and should aim to volunteer for at least one event a year. In order for members to compete in events around the region, we are required to put on our own open events in return. This is the lifeblood of the club, so please step up and give your help.

Volunteering, whether marshalling or making the tea, is a great way to meet new friends and discover new aspects of our sport.