Glotman•Simpson Cycling is a Vancouver based cycling club committed to creating a safe and supportive environment for riding and racing enthusiasts.
Dedicated to supporting the search to find a cure for Pancreatic Cancer, the club has raised over $1.6 million to date.
Training to become a better cyclist in the off season, and how your diet can fuel your fitness and strengthening plan.
Mark these two upcoming dates in your calendar, as GSX hosts the next two local cyclocross races with Central City Brewing, music, food and (hopefully) a lot of mud slinging on course.
The cyclocross season officially kicks off this month with a skills clinic open to all club members, and upcoming social to ready for the fall calendar of racing, bacon and beer!
Thank you to everyone that participated in the 2015 Cypress Challenge in memory of Darren Latoski, and benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation. With your help we hosted a record 675 riders and raised an amazing $425,000 to advance pancreatic cancer research! Over eight years, our total donations raised have surpassed $1.629 million!
Online registration closes on Friday, August 14 at 11 am. You can also register in person at check-in on Friday and Sunday. It is shaping up to be another record year for the Annual Glotman•Simpson Cypress Challenge for Pancreatic Cancer Research.
We're making a difference. On August 16, ten-year-old Ella and eight-year-old Noah Latoski will ride up Cypress Mountain in honour of their father, Darren, who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2013.
BC Superweek 2015 is official done and in the books. The most hotly anticipated week of racing didn't disappoint with its flurry of competition, excitement, fans, and (a few too many) crashes.
Register for the 8th Annual Cypress Challenge now before July 31st for your chance to win a 2-night stay for two at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, located in the heart of downtown Vancouver in the waterfront neighbourhood of Coal Harbour.
Starting Friday, July 10 the Glotman•Simpson Race Team will be capping off in high style what has already been an amazing year of racing. Over the last four months our racers have been your ambassadors, ride leaders and coaches; and for the next week it’s your chance to help support these men and women as volunteers and as cheering fans.
Devon Moonie and Justine Clift headed to the 2015 Global Relay Canadian Road Championships, kitted out in GS-team issue socks and believing firmly in their dreams. Here's their race report.
Cycle down Southwest Marine Drive? Have your say at the bikeway improvements open house on Oct 14 http://t.co/BU2XSISWH2