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...

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...
Pothole Watch begins next week!

Pothole Watch begins next week!

During “Pothole Week” (16th-22nd March) Cycling UK is encouraging everyone to report, via the app fillthathole or its website https://www.fillthathole.org.uk/, any road defects they find. If you are unfortunate enough to hit one, they have prepared a gude...
Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy (LINC) charity ride

Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy (LINC) charity ride

As many of you know, Simon Chapman has been receiving treatment for leukaemia for a number of years.  He is recovering well and back on his bike, as strong as ever, and plans to ride this event in support of the local LINC charity.  He’d love to have your company. We...