A cold day for freewheeling

Over forty riders at the Square, some new, some we haven’t seen in a while, but all were welcome for a choice of rides. The “Men in Black” sport riders were first out of the gate, keen to get their early season training done. Then the President led...

A mid week ride, with added Malvern spring water

Despite indifferent weather eleven members managed a mid week ride that was rewarded with fresh spring water, and this view of Elgar and the Enigma, not to mention the excellent food and selection of teas at the Bluebird tea rooms.

The Morning after…

Following the previous evening’s 126th Annual Dinner and Prize Presentation a leisurely start to Sunday’s ride was appropriate. The overnight frost also made a late start prudent so it wasn’t until ten o’clock that the peloton left King’s...

Fine weather brought out the crowds

Fine weather brought out the crowds this morning. There was an A ride, 2 B rides with 15 riders between them, and an enormous sports ride. The climb through Coaley to Uley is not often used by the club but proved a good route, especially as Stoats Hill from Uley was...

First Club ride of October, to Ledbury

Despite an uninspiring forecast, 28 turned up in King’s Square this morning.  The sports riders showed the wisdom of not planning destinations too far in advance, as they headed south with the expectation of being blown home up the A38. Two B rides went to...

A well earned descent of Frocester Hill

When Simon got expelled from the organising committee for “La Vuelta a Espana” for making the route too brutal, he decided that Gloucester City B riders would be his victims.  The first twenty miles of this morning’s ride to Kemble were proof of the...