Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve put together a selection of frequently asked questions for you to browse through. If your question isn’t included here then please contact us using the form at the bottom of the page and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can with an answer.

How do I enter The Wooler Wheel?

Entry to The Wooler Wheel is online via the British Cycling website. You will need to register with them, which is free. A nominal administration entry fee is charged by British Cycling, currently £1.00.

Do I have to be a member of British Cycling to enter The Wooler Wheel?

You don’t have to be a member of British Cycling, however there are benefits to being a member if you are a keen cyclist. If you want to take a look at the membership benefits, go to

Where does event start and is car parking available?

The event starts in Wooler at the Harrison & Hetherington Livestock Mart. There is a map showing the location on each event page.

Will there be changing and toilet facilities at the start and finish?

Yes, changing and toilet facilities will be available at the Livestock Mart.

Where can we stay in and around Wooler?

There a number of different options for accommodation. Have a look on which tells you about Wooler and the accommodation in the vicinity.

Wooler Tourist Information Centre.
Email enquiries to: [email protected]
Telephone: +44 (0)1668 282 123

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Will there be electronic mapping available for this event?

Yes, it will be made available nearer the date.

Will the routes be signposted or is a GPS system totally necessary?

The routes will be signposted, so no GPS system needed.

Will there be feeding stations on route?

Feed and Water Stations will be provided throughout the routes.

Is the route all on tarmac or is it mixed?

The Wooler Wheel is an all tarmac event.

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    With the present uncertainty and changing advice regarding the current Coronavirus situation, we have taken the decision to cancel both the Borderlands and Classic events for 2020.