Covid -19 (coronavirus) impact on GCCC activities

In the light of Government advice and that of the national cycling bodies, below, we have decided to cancel all group events until 30 April. This means that all our club activities (Tuesday and Sunday rides, social gatherings, committee meetings,and time trials) are...

Covid -19 (coronavirus) General Advice

As we are all aware, the Covid-19 epidemic now poses a high risk to all of us in the UK. The virus belongs to the same class as those that cause colds but is genetically very different from them. Firstly, this means that, like a cold, it is easy to catch: it is...
A handful of riders brave the bad weather

A handful of riders brave the bad weather

With the President, who was set to lead today’s ride to Dursley, self isolating with some (thankfully not all) coronavirus symptoms and the Vice Captain suffering cabin fever in Spain where the country’s state of emergency had placed the country in...
Colwall blue sky lambs. Spring at last!

Colwall blue sky lambs. Spring at last!

Our Sunday ride leader took a route through Redmarley and the Bromsberrow estate and Eastnor, braving Clenchers Mill ford en route. After all the recent rain this was a brave move, one not followed by all, but a successful one. Elevenses were taken at Cafe Morro in...
First day of spring

First day of spring

Sunshine and hail, today’s ride had it all. A well matched group from the Gloucester City Cycling Club enjoyed the superb scenery from the Linton Ridge towards May Hill before turning South into the forest for refreshements in Cinderford. Thirteen started, one...
What? No named storm for our Sunday ride?

What? No named storm for our Sunday ride?

After the excitement of Storms Dennis and Ciara, and the ride cancellations that followed, it was good to get out on the bike today. In the absence of both the Captain and Vice-Captain it was down to VP Pete to lead fourteen of us on the A ride to Hailes Abbey, aided...