Tulsa's Premier Cycling Club




The Wheelmen aren’t just the most experienced and passionate group of cyclists in Tulsa. We are also race promoters, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and supporters of women’s and juniors’ cycling.

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 rides, races, and a network of more than 100 members can help you achieve your cycling goals.

Since 1979, our non-profit organization has promoted responsible cycling in all its forms for men, women, and juniors. We make every effort to be an inclusive organization with as much diversity as possible including advocacy, fundraisers for charitable organizations, racing, clinics, community involvement, safety, and fitness. We are committed to promoting road racing and cycling in Tulsa and the surrounding region by promoting quality races, supporting local cyclists, and advocating safe riding in the city. In 1999, 2000 and 2015, the Tulsa Wheelmen were recognized as USA Cycling’s “Club of the Year.” This success can be attributed to our ability to focus on the needs and desires of our members and to be able to adapt and change with the times. We are committed to continuing that tradition of success today and in the future.

The Tulsa Wheelmen club is a USA Cycling 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 goal, the Tulsa Wheelmen promote several USA Cycling sanctioned races each year which attract thousands of racers from all over the country.

When we’re not racing host Tulsa’s largest and most challenging group ride 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. These rides vary in length between 60-80 miles, sometimes more. Weekday rides depend on daylight and weather, check Ride Alert for details.