Stay Alert or Stay At Home? New guidance for cycling

On Sunday 10th May, the Prime Minister said that ‘Stay At Home’ has become ‘Stay Alert’. and announced the relaxation of some rules about exercising. It is now acceptable (in England at least) to exercise as much as you like, not just for one short period a day. Also,...
Updated advice on exercising during lockdown

Updated advice on exercising during lockdown

Crown Prosecution Service guidance on how to interpret the regulations on leaving home has been updated and now states “Exercising more than once per day – the only relevant consideration is whether repeated exercise on the same day can be considered a...

Cycling dos and don’ts – a reminder

Do ride on your own, stay on your own, go home on your own and keep social interactions down to the absolute minimum. if you do meet people along the way then observe the guidance on social distancing. In like with all other forms of exercise the only exception to the...

Where did you ride today?

It was a beautiful sunny morning for a ride, with lots of solo riders and couples, as well as runners, on the Haw Bridge loop through Norton and Ashleworth. Rather encouragingly many of them didn’t look like regular cyclists so perhaps when things return to...

Coronavirus update

Not much activity to report from the Club, with everybody self isolating and even the bold ones only riding on their own, so instead here’s an excellent summary of tips to avoid contagion from Johns Hopkins University: The virus is not a living organism, but a...

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...