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...

New edition of Spokespiece and much more

The Summer 2017 edition is now online at www.gloscitycc.co.uk/spokespiece-magazine/  Experience the Three Cities through Pete Blencowe’s eyes, find ot what happened in the Steve Taylor Memorial road race, follow John Flint and Paul Bridges as they progress...

Club now has a Twitter account

The club is now active on twitter using @gloscitycc to add to our social media presence and provide a dynamic form of communication. You can go to the club website and use the ‘tweet’ link.

Brilliant rides at 100 miles

Club member Ian Lindsay excelled himself with a personal best at the weekend, achieving 4h 2m for a 100 miles in the Derby event based on the A50. Unfortunately he was riding for the Royal Navy so it won’t qualify him for the A.G.Faers trophy. Some idea of what...

Over twenty GCCC members wouldn’t let rain stop play

Despite damp conditions, three groups left King’s Square this morning. About a dozen sports riders went to Dursley, then up through Uley and down Frocester Hill. The sport riders were so keen on the rain that they filmed it. You can watch here. Thankfully enough...