We offer a program that aims to appeal to a range of abilities, from novices through to experienced cyclists. We grade our rides as easy, medium, or hard (e / m / h) and our motto is “No one is ever knowingly left behind!”
Our rides list includes:
An easy ride on the first Saturday of each month designed for new, returning and/or inexperienced riders; about 20 miles on relatively easy terrain
A ‘buzz’ ride, shorter harder and faster, on one Sunday each month
A mixed-grade ride every Tuesday, starting at 1:30pm
A medium-grade ride every Thursday
All rides aim to stop at least once for refreshments.
Dates for your diary
Sunday 7th December (approx date) – Christmas Tree Festival at St Lawrence’s Church Hall
Sunday 14th December – Carol Service at St George’s Church, Cam, with tea afterwards in Cam Memorial Hall
Saturday 20th December – Christmas Lunch at The Anchor in Epney. Cost £18.50 per head
Club photo galleries
We’re a friendly bunch of cyclists and we like to have our pictures taken! Here are a couple of galleries of photos taken in 2014:
If you have photos taken while on one of our Club rides which you would like to be added to one of our photo galleries please email: ku.gr1416712097o.tse1416712097wctc@14167120974102t1416712097seWCT1416712097C1416712097
To access our current and previous rides lists use the links below:
Several members of the Club use Strava to record details of their rides. Below is a list of some of the most recent ones.
Just click on the bar below this table to see what else the Club is doing on Strava.
Tortworth Record Ride
For a larger image just click here.
Cycling in The Cotswolds
The Cotswolds Tourism Partnership, based in Stroud, has just produced a very useful set of suggested cycling routes covering the area between the Severn and the central Cotswolds. These, together with very useful accompanying material, can be downloaded from http://cotswolds.com/the-great-cotswold-outdoors now, or can be bought from all Gloucestershire Tourism Information centres from the end of July.
Stroud Valleys CC News Digest
We used to produce a regular e-newsletter which was distributed to our mailing list, but the last one was produced in March 2014. We have put the back issues of our Digest on a separate page. If you would like to read any of them, click here.
Looking for a good local bike shop, or wanting to make better use of your Garmin? If you do, then click on our Useful Links.
Interested in joining us?
New riders are welcome on all rides. If you want to discuss whether a particular ride is right for you, or to confirm details of routes, please call the Ride Leader (telephone numbers are published on the Rides List itself.) If you’re not sure which rides are relevant to your requirements, or would like to have a general chat about the Club, please contact the Club Secretary on 01453 270772 or email cc.sy1416712097ellaV1416712097duort1416712097S@yra1416712097terce1416712097S1416712097 , or the Runs Captain by email cc.sy1416712097ellaV1416712097duort1416712097S@nia1416712097tpaCs1416712097nuR1416712097
Rides start no more than 5 minutes after the published start time. Everyone is responsible for their own safe when riding. Bikes must be roadworthy; and must have working front and rear lights for winter or evening rides. Bring a spare inner tube, repair tools, some food (e.g. bananas, biscuits), a drink, money and emergency contact details in case of accident (a card/note with your name, address and emergency contact name and phone no.) If you are lucky enough to be under 18, please carry a parental agreement letter/form, even if your parent accompanies you on the ride.
If you are already a member of CTC, you are automatically entitled to ride with us. Everyone else can ‘try us out’ for two rides before joining (at www.CTC.org.uk). Membership of the CTC comes with a whole raft of benefits, including £10m third party insurance, cycling-related support and advice, and a great members’ magazine.
For further information about Stroud Valleys CC please email:
or phone 01453 270772.