Some good news for you this week, we’ve secured a new club house/meeting point. From 10th November, we’ll be meeting at Jaw Brew Pub in Milngavie next to the railway station on a Wednesday evening. Jaw Brew | Scottish Craft Beer Brewery in Glasgow
There’s parking around the back (26 Crossveggate, G62 6RA) and as well as outdoor and indoor seating, and a place to have a pint or a coffee post ride, Mark at Jaw Brew has kindly provided us with facilities to wash bikes post Wednesday night rides, so no more packing dirty bikes onto cars.
Looking forward to seeing you all there. We’ll kick this off with a “Bike and a Pint” event on Wednesday 10th November when we hope to do a 2 hour ride around Mugdock, followed by a drink at the pub. See you then.
There’s no need to join GMBC to come along to your first few rides. The routes and durations vary to suit the conditions & those present. Covid restrictions permitting, tea, biscuits, changing facilities and bike wash are available afterwards. All you need is a well maintained off road suitable bike, a spare tube, pump and multi-tool and some enthusiasm.
Hi all, just had a thought that we haven’t been up the Whangie for a while, and this time of year is great for some evening views down over Loch Lomond (it’s bound to be cloudy now). I’m happy to lead a hosted ride up there next Wednesday (8th June) if anyone fancies it. It’s around a 28 km loop with about 450 m of climbing. Leaving from behind Jaw Brew at 7pm.
Please do pop into Marina Cycles on LBS day this saturday! There will be some fun in the day and food and drink (and probably playing on our bikes) from 5pm – feel free to come for either or both. Please get in touch if you’re coming to allow for appropriate amounts of food and drink to be provided.