Q; Where can we stay in and around Wooler?
A; There a number of different options for accommodation. Have a look on www.wooler.org.uk which tells you about Wooler and the accommodation in the vicinity. Or, www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk You can also go to www.visitnorthumberland.com
Q; Will there be changing and toilet facilities at the start and finish?
A; Yes, The Glendale Middle School will be available which is right at the start/finish line
Q; Do I have to be registered with British Cycling to enter The Wooler Wheel?
A; No, it’s not a requirement of entry. 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 British Cycling
Q; Will there be electronic mapping available for this event?
A; Yes, it will be made available nearer the date.
Q; Will the routes be signposted or is a GPS system totally necessary?
A; The routes will be signposted, so no GPS system needed
Q; Will there be feeding stations on route?
A; Yes, there are two official feeding stations on the 100km route with two additional water stops.
Q; Is the route all on tarmac or is it mixed?
A; The Wooler Wheel is an all tarmac event.
Q; Does the route go clockwise or anti clockwise?
A; Anti clockwise