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 $1.2 million to date.
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.
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.
The summer schedule is jam packed with special events including our July 1st ride to Mt.Baker, upcoming gran fondos, and all new Strava Challenges. If that's not enough, we're already planning for cyclocross this fall.
The Glotman•Simpson Cycling racing squad has been eagerly anticipating the month of May, ready to make waves at the 2015 Cycling BC Provincial Championships. Three days of racing included a Time Trial, Road Race, and Criterium competitions, from May 29-31, hosted in the Abbotsford, Hatzic Valley and Maple Ridge regions.
Team GSC is in full swing rallying at the races, while we've got plenty new events and rides coming up later this month.
Join us on Sunday, August 16 as we climb Cypress Mountain, benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation, in support of life-saving pancreatic cancer research at the BC Cancer Agency.
The men and women of GS made the trek south this past April and May heading to the Tour of Walla Walla and Tour de Bloom Stage Races. Read how our GS riders proved their endurance and versatility with strong performances in each race.
From injury prevention, to sports nutrition and performance management, here are a few good tips on how you accelerate your training and ride more, better.
The Redlands Bicycle Classic is the longest continuous running stage race in American bike racing. GS Womens Racing Team Members, Justine Clift and Meghan Grant headed south this April to line up with the pros.
Make sure you're decked out for the rest of summer and fall. Last chance to get your kit. Order deadline Aug 1: http://t.co/Y4gCL9uqFC
Header photo courtesy of Cycling BC, by Scott Robarts