Welcome to Bath Cycling Club web site. The Club is based in the beautiful city of Bath, in the west country, although it has members from much of the surrounding area.
The club caters for a wide variety of cycling interests and a full range of ability and age. Check out the sections from the menu above to discover more. You can see the our planned activities in our calendar of events.
Bath Cycling Club is proud to be an integral part of the Sulis Scorpions Youth Cycling Alliance (SSYCA), providing youth coaching sessions at the Odd Down Cycling Circuit. For more information, see the Youth section on this site, or visit the Sulis Scorpions web site.
Bath Cycling Club is affiliated with British Cycling and is a registered British Cycling Go Ride club.
Following the success of the club trip to Claviers in September 2012, a group of us are having a repeat visit from 15th-22nd September this year.
Claviers is in the Var region of SE France close to the Gorges du Verdon & Alpes Maratimes. It is an hours drive from Nice and is the French home of club member Howard Burton.
The trip is an opportunity for a week of rides guided by Howard & members of his local French Club.
Direct flights from Bristol to Nice (currently £256 return including bike). Howard looks after transfers. Accommodation is either B&B or self-catering. Aileen & David have rented a 2 bedroom apartment which they would be happy to share.
For further information about the trip, please contact Aileen on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0785 4149008
17 Riders from Bath CC took on the Prudential Ride London in attrocious conditions. The Bath train carries 7 Bath riders to finish 11 mins behind the winner in 3hrs 35 mins at a speed of 38.5km/hr. Bath Team 1 is the 3rd club team. Bath Team 2 is 16th out of 400 teams entered.
Welcome to the new Bath CC site. While functional, there are still a few things to do around the edges. In particular, we are still working on new forums, and a picture gallery. In the meantime, please explore the site and let us know what you think.
The second of this year’s come-and-try-it evening club ten mile time trials on the UC361R Frome bypass was held last night. Nigel and Alison Vuagniaux organised the event. It was a busy night for Nigel as he also put up signs for the event, held up the riders at the start and rode the event well.