Rain did not stop play

After a weather forecast so dire that the Training Ride was brought forward to Saturday there was concern how many would turn up for the Club and Sport rides today, but overnight rain cleared to leave a reasonable, if slightly cold morning. Eight sport riders set off...
26 degrees Celsius – did someone mention Mallorca?

26 degrees Celsius – did someone mention Mallorca?

At the Square we were joined by Phil Griffiths, his wife Jacqui, and several of their old friends. Phil founded and until recently owned the Club’s sponsor, Yellow Ltd., but these days is a rare presence in Gloucester. The planned Club photo and good weather had...

Spring Edition of Spokespiece is now available

Well better late than never, I hope, as this issue has been delayed by a month. The delay reflects the Club having been in lockdowns until May 17th. In this, the Club’s 130th year, its good to see that most activities are almost back to normal. Time trialing is up and...
Sunshine on a Bank Holiday weekend. Will wonders never cease?

Sunshine on a Bank Holiday weekend. Will wonders never cease?

Bright sunshine and warm weather meant that this was the first Sunday when most riders chose shorts, which is quite a comment on this Spring’s weather on the last weekend in May. The sunshine provided a very enjoyable and social sports ride through lanes to the...
A visit to the Coln, by way of the Frome and Churn

A visit to the Coln, by way of the Frome and Churn

Reports reached King’s Square that a sports rider had punctured on the way in, so the sports ride waited for him, and were last to leave Gloucester. This led to a bit of congestion on Nut Hill as they passed the Captain’s Group, and again on Buckholt Road,...