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Race and Train with Us


In addition to steady “Club” rides there is a Sports Ride every Sunday and In winter, Chain Gang every Tuesday, in Summer, a Time Trial every Wednesday

Our open race programme features road races for men and women and three open TT’s


We organise social and recreational Club rides.

Welcome to Gloucester City Cycling Club

The Club is active throughout the year and supports social and cycling events at all levels. We tour, at home and abroad. We race – time trials, road races and cyclo-cross with some track thrown in too. We also campaign for better, safer cycling in our area.

Check out our ride categories and Calendar, then come along and make yourself known to the ride leader. Or have a go at a Club Time Trial on Day Membership.

We welcome anyone who cycles for commuting, pleasure or sport.

What's On This Week

Events for week of July 16, 2018

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Tue 17th

Summer Evening Chain Gang

July 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Ride out – Pelican, Pitt Street

July 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Runs Committee Meeting

July 17 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Ross A or B ride

July 22 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sports Ride

July 22 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Results from Glynneath 25m TT 8th July, 2018

Carlo Toledo - 52:18, Tony Martin Lake - 59:54, Derek Dowdeswell - 55:10, John Murphy - 1:01:01 Congratulations to all on what was a very hot day.

Motor assisted ride to Cheddar Gorge

The motor assisted ride was great and enjoyed by all six participants. We parked in Yatton at the Railway Sytion with its convenient cafe and cycled through Cheddar, up the Gorge, through Priddy and Wookey Hole to a good coffee stop just NE of Wells (The Old Cheese Yard). After coffee headed north and then West on lanes, crossing the Dam on Chew Magna resovoir. George deserves special mention as...

2018 Three Cities’ Results

Time trial category results, competing for the Boakes Shield: 3h 54m 30s T. Gudgeon-Osterritter (pictured) 4h 18m 47s T. Lake 4h 54m 37s L. Smith (L) The first year of the revised road bike category, competing for the Tourist Shield, proved popular with the majority of entrants competing for this prize: 4h 04m 07s G. Barwood (pictured) 4h 07m 54s N. Jones 4h 07m 57s N. Ingleby 5h 12m 47s C....

New Kit Order – delivery September

We are topping up our stocks of Key Items - FRC White Jersey Short Sleeve, FRC Bib Shorts, FRC White Speed Suits; plus Tenax Bib Shorts and Tenax White Jersey Long Sleeve. If you want any of these items, email and reserve it, preferably before the order goes in - that way you are guaranteed to get what you want. Prices are as given in Members\Clothing (2018 prices). We will...

Open 10 TT on U7B, results from 9th June 2018

Thanks are due to all the volunteers who helped out on the day to make it all possible: Event Secretary: -  Simon Witts Timekeepers: Mike & Shelia Edwards Pushers off:     Steve Brown & Malcolm Grainger Traffic count Marshal: Mike Clements Marshalls:    Ted Tedaldi, Roy Hook and Jon David Results from Finish:   Jamie Woodward Results Board at HQ: Alastair Goldie Kitchen: Medina Witts...

Result of Speed Judging on Bulley Lane Circuit.

    10 mph 13 mph + or - Toby - 44 + 34 1min 18 sec Alastair +1m 26s + 1 1 min 27 sec Gerry + 1:43  + 43 2 min 24 sec Roy + 7 + 24 31 sec Colin +1m 8s - 36 1 min 44 sec Roy was the overall winner of the event with an excellent  time deference on both speeds of only 31 seconds. Alastair was only 1 second out on the 13mph average but not so good on the 10mph which placed him in 3rd position...

Spring 2018 issue of Spokespiece

Yes, the latest edition of your favourite Gloucestershire based cycling magazine is now available for you to download for free at this link:

Summer Club Runs list now available to download

The list is available for download here

Summer Road Race results

Photos available here thanks to Maris Cycling Photos. More to come...

A very enjoyable morning out, on May 13th

A bright morning saw a sports ride and two B rides leave King's Square. The US Department of Defense spent untold billions of dollars creating the GPS system.  The "faster" B ride used this technology to pilot them through the scenic Cotswolds to arrive at coffee in Kemble.  On arrival, they found the "slower" B ride, that used the club's very own (and slightly older) SatNev system, had arrived...