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WELCOME TO GARSTANG CYCLING CLUB
THE FRIENDLY CYCLING CLUB FOR CYCLISTS OF ALL ABILITIES

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COME AND JOIN US ON A CLUB RIDE

If you think you may want to join the club, why not introduce yourself on our Facebook page, or come down to our start point outside the Royal Oak in Garstang on a Saturday morning? Our rides start at 9-30am so get there early. We are a friendly club and not everyone is a lycra-clad racer, so don't feel intimidated if you are more leisure cyclist than Olympic hopeful!

Unlike many clubs, all our weekly organised rides are on a SATURDAY. However, if Saturday isn't a good day for you, there are additional social rides most weeks, usually on a Tuesday of Thursday- or both , which can be viewed by joining our Facebook page, where members will suggest a route or cafe to visit- always a great social tootle to somewhere . For the Fast Boys we also organise ad hoc Chain Gang evenings, or even a quick blast around the Trough. So something for everyone- you just need to keep up to date on our Facebook page or the front page of our website

And all for £10 a year membership- what's not to like?

Latest Rides Calendar for May, June and July now published. Download and print off your copy here

You can read all about our club rides with reports each week by each Ride Co-ordinator..here...

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DATES FOR YOUR DIARY[......UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2017 (so far...)

The 2017 'Undulations Trophy' Wednesday 28th June ....more

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The Bay Cycleway Ride. A ride around Morecambe Bay over two days on September 9th and 10th Full details here
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LATEST CLUB NEWS
Last Saturday (10th June) saw a group of eight club members battling heavy rain and lots of hills on day one of the annual Coast to Coast ride from Glasson Dock to Flamburgh Head. 89 miles through some of the finest scenery the North of England has to offer, before an overnight stop in the village of Raskelf. Day two was much more leisurely with only a couple of big hills to tackle, much better weather, and a tailwind all the way through the Yorkshire Wolds to the coast at Flamburgh. As usual, this ever-popular ride was thoroughly enjoyed by the group, who were joined on day two by two more members.
Ride completed - Flanburgh Head
Ride completed - Flanburgh Head

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We are not a racing club but we do have a few racers in our midst!
Check out our Articles Page to read about Paul Whaley's Two Day road race, Luke Van Lincoln's first time trial, and Miriam Sturdee's Kendal Sprint Triathlon.
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Another Saturday rides Programme in the life of GCC