The Tulsa Wheelmen are committed to all aspects of road racing, including developing new local racing talent, supporting our existing club of racers, promoting quality local and regional races, and responsible cycling through advocacy – our training ride, races and network of more than 100 members can help you achieve your cycling goals.
|2018 Club Officers||2018 Club Directors|
|President||Kendall Johnson||Membership||David Williams|
|Vice President||Taylor Scott||Tulsa Hub||Ren Barger|
|Past President||Tim Carrigg||Race Team Director||Rafy Santiago|
|Secretary||Bill Hannagan||Race Team Coordinator||David Williams|
|Treasurer||Bob Monett||Editor||James Holcomb|
|Avery Drive Beautification||OPEN|
|Volunteer Coordinator||David Williams|
The Tulsa Wheelmen is a USCF recognized race team. Our club’s goal is to provide an environment where new racers can learn from more experienced members and see how far their training and their bikes will take them. In conjunction with that, the Tulsa Wheelmen promote several USCF sanctioned races each year that attracts racers from all over the region.
The Tulsa Wheelmen actively promote responsible bicycling and the protection of bicyclists’ rights with an emphasis on educating the public and government officials as well as cooperative efforts with law enforcement and other local, state and national cycling organizations.
Many of our members participate in our training rides to better their cycling or overall fitness. We provide rides for learning about road racing and cycling as well as rides that will push your physical limits. Designated training rides vary throughout the year, with regular rides on Saturday morning, from 41st and Riverside, usually 8:00 a.m. during the colder months, 7:00 a.m. during the warmer months. These rides vary in length between 60-80 miles, sometimes more. Monday and Wednesday have group rides from 96th and Riverside, about 30 miles each, beginning at 3:30 p.m. during standard time, 5:30 during daylight savings time. There is also a Wednesday Night Ride north from 18th and Jackson usually departing at 5:30 p.m.
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