A ride to Ross on Wye

Considering the annual GCCC dinner had taken place the previous evening there was a good turn out of riders in the Kings Square at 9 o’ clock. However, as I watched the various riders pull off with their respective ‘B’ ride leaders it soon became...

Do you fancy being on film?

 Great British Bike Build & Tyndale Cycling Club are looking for Heritage Cyclists to appear on film. Filming is at Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds on the 20th June. If you have a Pashley or any other heritage bicycle and would be pleased to dress in Tweed...

Tyndale CC

  Just a few words of introduction concerning the latest exciting addition to Gloucester City Cycling Club. The all new ( well…rather old actually) Tyndale Cycling Club / Tyndale 1891. For those of you new to the club, this was the Original club...

Gloucester City CC features in Cycling Weekly

The Club’s Thursday group (above), founded in 1894 and revived in recent years (see here), rode to Broadway with Cycling Weekly journalist Dave Nash. The write up features brief interviews with several of the Club’s characters and a good plug for...

Club History published

From the very first ride, on penny farthings in 1891 to the dynamic multi-faceted organisation of the present day, the story of Gloucester City Cycling Club is an eventful and fascinating part of the city’s heritage. So much more than just a record of...

Help us remember the Jubilee year

Roy Hook,the Club’s archivist wh o can be reached at royjhook@hotmail.com, is appealing for any material that members have acquired in 2016 that they would like to have preserved in the club scrapbooks. Newspaper cuttings, photos, start / result sheets etc.. In...