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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.

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Steve Taylor RR postponed

Because of difficulty in arranging National Motorcycle Group support for the planned date of June 9th the Steve Taylor Memorial Road Race has been postponed to September 22nd.

In Emergency, call 999 or 112?

From a mobile phone, especially in areas where coverage is poor (hello Forest of Dean!) it is better to call the new emergency number 112 than the traditional 999 number. This video explains why, and gives you some tips on how to deal with weak or even apparently absent coverage. It's well worth six minutes of your time to watch.

Result of Speed Judging on Bulley Lane Circuit

Rob was the overall winner of this Gibbs Shield counting event, with an excellent cumulative time difference on both circuits of only 23 seconds, including a spot on time for the 10 mph lap. Alastair was just 2 seconds out on the 10mph average and only 24 seconds out on the 13mph, placing him second overall, at 26 seconds. Mark took third at 1 min 8 seconds with Colin, Lee, Roy and Les a little...

Sunshine greets us, at last we can get the short sleeve jerseys out, albeit with arm warmers.

Having posted a route over Cleeve Hill, the leader of the B ride threw the group off upon reaching its base at Southam by swerving left for Bishops Cleeve. The fine weather produced a good turn out and persuaded a lot of independent riders (of bikes, horses,and even a recumbent) onto the roads. It also drew a good crowd for an event at Prescott Hill Climb but all were navigated without incident....

Date and time changes

Inter Club 10 mile TT with Cheltenham & County moves from 16th May to 30th May The Dan Knight event planned for 29th May moves to 15th May in consequence The Sports Ride on 26th May will start at 1pm to permit riders to see the CCRL race at South Cerney. The Sports Ride on 9th June moves to 8th June so that sport riders are available to assist on the Steve Taylor Memorial RR on 9th June That...

Ledbury Club Ride

At the start of this morning's ride to Ledbury, the ride leader's sense of direction was questioned as we set off down the A48 to Westbury-on-Severn at a blistering pace.  The long climb from Flaxley to Dean Magna slowed the pace, and quietened any grumbling chatter.  After Mitcheldean, we were rewarded with stunning views over Wales as we went along the Linton Ridge.  Later, these were replaced...

Over the Bridge on a windy Sunday

Luckily, Storm Hannah was on predicted schedule, and came through on Saturday.  However, it left a cold, brisk North-Westerly, which had club members searching the back of the cupboard for the winter gear that had been put away.   Rather naively, I assumed that the strong headwind would keep the group together as we set off along the A40, and so didn't check as we turned off at Birdwood.  By the...

Full results of the T.G.Hall Memorial hard riders 25 mile TT

This event was held on 20th April and won by Felix Wilkinson -VC Montpellier. Full results are here

Congratulations to the winners of the T.G.Hall ’25’, and thanks to all the marshalls

Congratulations to Felix Wilkinson of CC Montpelier won the race in 54m 49s, and with it the T.G.Hall Memorial Trophy. Our own Pete Errington won the T.G.Hall handicap event in 1h 00m 39s and with it the T.G.Hall Handicap Trophy. The fastest lady was Joanne Jago of Performance Cycles CC, who recorded 1:06:00. Nathaniel Powys of Wyre Forest Cycle RC was the fastest junior. Our thanks go to all...

More riding opportunities coming in Wales

After the Club's Brecon weekend, which featured some fantastic off road ridng in perfect conditions, we hear that thousands of miles of trails will be opened up for cycling and horse riding across Wales in a landmark reform of access laws, following years of campaigning by Cycling UK and OpenMTB. What happens next