Club Ride Diary

September’s last Club ride

September’s last Club ride

As has become the norm, attendees at the Square formed into groups of six more or less evenly matched abilities for the morning’s ride. The Vice Captain joined the Sports Ride for the first time in a few years. The initial pace was ferocious, as they flew up Stroud...

The rule of six

The rule of six

Following the British government's announcements of further restrictions on group sizes from next Monday the Club will be reviewing the previously announced autumn rides programme. However, this weekend's tour to Ludlow and the rides on Sunday 13th September will go...

Every which way…

Every which way…

A very large turn out at the Square meant that we had to divide into groups and choose several destinations to disperse ourselves. The sport riders headed south, for Wotton sub Edge and Westonbirt, the A riders heading for Slimbridge and the B riders took off in three...

New rides list

The Club autumn tour will be to Ludlow, with eight takers as of today. Dates are Friday 11th to Sunday 13th September.  Contact the Captain if you are interested. The Dancey trophy and Bruce’s Bonus season has restarted and points will be awarded in the usual manner...

Dursley ride report

With unsettled weather, Dursley was a sensible choice of destination.  As anyone who knows the Vice Captain will testify, his routes will shun the Severn Valley for an ascent of the Cotswold escarpment on the way. Frocester Hill was chosen for this morning's torture,...

Ankerdine ride report

A brisk tail-wind allowed for fast progress on the familiar roads to Upton-on-Severn and Powick. The President, having been swept up near Chaceley, finally dropped off the back at the appropriately named Old Hills near Callow End, and rejoined the others at The...