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.
Bath CC Hill Climb on the Cote de Hinton will be taking place on October 9th, starting at 9 am.
Climb from Wellow to Hinton Charterhouse. Wellow Trekking centre for coffee and cake.
Prizes for first family team (two riders of different gender or generation), team prize (three riders from same club) and age group prizes for men, women, youth and junior.
Pre-entry only with closing date 27th September, more details here.
Full details on this event poster.
It is with regret we have to announce the recent death of Gordon Maynard, a Bath Cycling Club member for over 50 years. Gordon was a keen cyclist who joined the Club with a number of schoolmates, some of whom still ride with the Club. Gordon frequently helped marshall Club events and was stalwart of Club Runs along with his son, Robert.
Gordon’s funeral is on Friday 13th May at 12:15, Haycombe Crematorium.
Following the success of last year’s trip to the Brecons, Bath CC women have kept themselves going through the wet and windy winter miles with the prospect of a warm spring weekend on Exmoor. We envisaged beautiful scenery and great riding in the hills followed by hearty food, fine wine and great company. We weren’t disappointed – although we could say we got a bit more than we bargained for.
Bath Cycling Club is growing fast. We’re up to around 250 members, and with that comes the need for more volunteers to help lead club rides. You don’t have to be a bike mechanic and fix every puncture. You don’t need to have an encyclopedic knowledge of every highway, byway and lane. You do need to be able to confidently lead a group from A to B and back – either through memory, or with a handy GPS (Garmin for example) – or be willing to learn how to do so.
If you are interested then please contact our Club Captains, Luke David (ClubCaptain(at)bathcc.net) and Claire Phillips (ladiescaptain(at)bathcc.net). Your help would be appreciated.
The Bath CC Junior Road Race Team of Hayden Burton, Nic Mckibin, William Swarbrick and George Beck have been accepted into the first National Junior Road Race of the season. The race takes place over a lumpy 108km course starting at the Three Cocks near Hay on Wye on Sunday 20th March. Wishing them well on their first road race at National level.
The team have been supported by Bath Cycling Club and are pleased to announce that Sun Kissed Campers are their first sponsors. Sun Kissed Campers are based in Bath and hire out VW camper vans – the perfect vehicle for a weekend cycling trip – either to race or for pleasure. Please support the sponsor and vist their website.
There are also many opportunities during the season to win a Bath CC trophy. With a little bit of planning and consistent performances your name could be engraved on this seasons silverware.
Time Trial trophies for this season are as follows:
The “Mike Hurley Cup”.
To the fastest Bath CC veteran on std. in the Bath CC open 10. This will be held on the Frome course on 30th April.
Bath Cycling club are supporting a Junior Road Race team for the first time. Hayden, Will, Nic, Charlie and George have got off to a flying start to the season with 3 wins under the belts and a host of top 10 finishes. This is added to Hayden’s older brother Miles 3 wins. Their early season success has been rewarded by their entries being accepted for the first two Junior National Tour series races and the chance to compete against the best Juniors in the country.
The Tempest Trophy was Presented to the Bath Cycling Club by Tristan Tempest Tempest, Esq. in commemoration of the Sixtieth Year of Her Majesty`s Reign, 1897. It is awarded at the discretion of the committee for an outstanding performance, with a bias towards longer distances. Tony Thorne has kindly transcribe the Bath Chronicle article from 1897 that documents the presentation.