Here you can read about the regulars and everyone else who calls themselves a cyclist in the Cayman Islands.
Are you also tired of recognising a cyclist every Sunday morning but not knowing name or anything else?
Have you chatted to each other 5 Sundays in a row and now it seems to late (and embarrassing) to ask for his/her name?
Do your part to put an end to this by sending us a little something about yourself, where you’re original from, what you do for a living and when you’re not in the saddle, how many children, cats, dogs or pet iguanas you have. Attach a photo of yourself and we’ll put it on this page, put an end to the embarrassment and make you part of the big cycling family!
Gill Comins is originally from North Yorkshire, England but has been in Grand Cayman since 2002.
She is a High School Teacher of Physical Education and Information Communication Technology at St Ignatius Catholic School.
Gill has been actively involved with many sports in Cayman both participating and coaching. She more recently got into the cycling scene as a result of her participation in Triathlon. She has upgraded her wheels to a Kestrel Talon SL (so protective of her bike she slept with it beside her bed for the first month!). She also rides a trusty Rocky Mountain MTB and enjoys hitting the hills of the North Yorkshire Moors in the summer months.
Gill has recently plucked up the courage to enter some of the Cayman Cycling Races and hopes to compete in more in the years to come. Shane Delaney and Donna Harding are both great training partners on training rides and the Sunday Group Ride is a great workout and social.