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.
To coincide with the Rapha Women’s 100 event, there will be a ladies only ride out to Berkeley on Sunday the 26th July, lead by Aileen Brown and Julia Adamson. This will be ideal for those who have yet to join the Sunday club run, as it will be a mostly flat ride with glorious views of the Severn, and only a few small rises to overcome. This ride also celebrates the fact that we now have over 50 female members of the club, so please join in and make this a great event.
It’s optional to sign up here: Women’s 100, but if you do you’ll get a lovely little woven badge to commemorate your achievement.
Spread the word, and let’s get as many of the ladies out riding together!
Usual meeting point by Cleveland Bridge at 0830.
38 riders competed at the Bath CC Club championship that was held on 18th June at a sunny Odd down circuit. Simon Ker won the Mens Race, Liz Matthews triumphed in the ladies and Charlie Shields took home the youth cup. Phil Swinden doubled up by wining the non racers race and then straight away became a racer and competed in the mens club championship.
Bath Cycling Club took on Velothon Wales and came out winners.
4 Graham Edwards (2684) 03:48:51
29 Jonathan Corp (2683) 03:55:50
30 Stephen Herring (2783) 03:55:51
32 Andrew Brown (2782) 03:57:00
33 Martin Langley (2682) 03:57:31
34 Darren Edwards (2680) 03:57:47
43 John Witty (2690) 03:59:25
44 Peter Phillips (2679) 03:59:27
45 Simon Williams (2689) 03:59:28
61 Simon Martin (2681) 04:01:31
213 Steve Brewer (2688) 04:12:13
861 David Stoyle (2687) 04:35:25
On Thursday June 11, Bath will host the grand final of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series, an unique, team-based closed circuit cycling series.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is working with the community and the organisers to support the tour, which features teams formed by English cricketer, Matt Prior, and Tour De France winner, Sir Bradley Wiggins.
The Bath circuit will include Royal Avenue, Marlborough Buildings, The Royal Crescent, Brock Street, the Circus, Gay Street and Queens Parade.
The fun kicks off at 10.30am in Royal Avenue with cycling activities for local school children. This will be followed by amateur events for keen local cyclists on the Pearl Izumi route. The day will culminate with the professional events in the evening, starting with the Women’s Matrix Fitness Grand Prix Series final at 5.30pm, followed by the Men’s Pearl Izumi Tour Series Grand Final at 7.30pm.
The Summer Social and Club Championship night will be held at Odd Down on Thursday 18th June at 6:30 to 8:00. The club has booked the Odd Down track for the evening and there will be races from 6:30 to 8:00, outside of this time the track will be available for anyone to use. There will be food and drinks available for purchase, so it would be great to see as many of you and your family there as possible.
6:30 Men’s – Non Racers* – 15mins plus 1 lap
6:50 Youth – U18 – 15 mins plus 1 lap
7:10 Ladies Club Championship – 15 mins plus 1 lap
7:30 Men’s Club Championship – 30 mins plus 1 lap.
* Non-racers will be defined as anyone who does not hold a current race license/ race and has never held a 3rd category license.
There will be three cups awarded
Les Vince Cup to Ladies Winner
Bath Cycle Traders Trophy to Men’s Winner
Whiteman cup for the Youth Winner
For those who have not ridden at Odd Down, it is a fantastic new circuit with a high quality tarmac. The course is technical, bit can be ridden by anyone.
Entry will be on the day but In order to give me an idea of numbers can you please send me an email to email@example.com if you are going to attend or sign up on the Training Planner. The club is planning on covering the costs of this event, so there will be no charge to ride or race race at odd down.
The Mike Hurley Cup will be awarded to the fastest Bath CC veteran rider on standard at this event.
I’m looking for riders for the Bath CC Open 10 mile Time Trial, which is short on numbers at the moment, just a few more needed for it to go ahead.
It’s on 25th April, first rider off at 15:00, and the HQ is at Nunney. The course is U375:http://www.westburywheelers.co.uk/Course%20U375%20Frome%20B…
Entry via the CTT website http://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/Events-List(filter on district U) and battle your way through the online entry,
or enter the old way with a posted form:http://www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/LinkClick.aspx…
Here are the results and photos for the Bath Hilly TT held on Sunday 15th Match, 2015. Thanks to the organisers, participants and helpers who made this event a success. Results are adjusted for the traffic light delays on course. Photos courtesy Brian Turner.