Road and Mountain Bike Clubs
Belonging to a bike club is one of the
best ways to learn about biking and to make great friends! Get out of the bar
and onto the bike! Is your bike club listed? If not send us a note!
Forces Cycling Association: Contact Dennis Townsend, (757) 872-8050
(h), (757) 878-3444 (w), P.O. Box 4895, Fort Eustis
- mtbchick.com: Women's mountain bike club
and pro racing team. Web site offers ask-a-chick, women's cycling apparel,
women's cycling issues, local beta, clinic information and more!
- Bicycle Club of
Touring Club-Solvang: (805) 688-3330
Bicycling Pursuits Group: (619) 322-9660
Cycle & Touring Club: (818) 842-6957
California Singles: (310) 364-3343
- Channel Islands Bike Club:
Capistrano: (714) 489-9489
Valley Cycling Association: (619) 320-7135
- Conejo Valley Cyclists: (805)
- Covina Cycle Club: (818)
Country Cycling Club: Chino Hills, CA General road riding club, varied ride
- Cycling Connection: (909)
- Cyclonauts: Paso Robles.
- Different Spokes: Southern
- Dockriders: (323)
Velo Cycling Club: Guill Munoz (909) 861-1889
Cycle: (310) 458-2777
Cycle Club: (310) 644-9195
- High Sierra Cyclists:
Sunset Velo: Serving Riverside & San Diego Counties, hosts Century
Team, Triathlon and Road Race Team.
Racing Team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Force: (310) 545-3554
Wheelmen: (213) 661-0070
- Lightning Velo:
Del Rey Cycle Club: (310) 417-3982
- Mountain Bike San Diego
County: We are a group of
mountain bike riders of varying skill levels looking to teach/learn from other
adventurous, like-minded people. We enjoy some mid-week rides as well as longer
day trips on the weekends and potentially a few more road trips i.e. Sedona,
Moab, Mammoth...you get the idea. The goal here is to have as much fun with
others as possible on a mountain bike in and around San Diego County trading
stories, giving advice, improving skills, helping with purchases, reviews, etc.
Ranch Mountain Bikers: (805) 373-8824
County Wheelmen: (714) 956-2453
- Orange County Velo: A
road club offering a variety of rides which vary from leisurely to fast-paced.
We meet on Saturday for our main ride, Sunday mornings for a more leisurely
ride, and two weekday mornings for a fast-paced ride. We also enjoy several
out-of-town ride events such as the Solvang Century and Rosarito Ensenada rides
as well as locally organized century rides. Because we have an emphasis on
social interaction, we usually get together after rides for coffee, bagels, or
Enz: Mtn Biking in the L.A. area. (818) 352-4949
- Pure Choice Trail
- Rainbow Cyclists: (619)
Cycling Group: Laguna Beach (Orange County), road and MTB Club.
- Redlands Water Bottle Transit Co.:
- San Diego
Tandem Club: (619) 581-3547
- San Fernando Valley Bicycle Club:
Clarita Velo: Irene Thomas-Johnson
- San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club: (805)
- SCARAB: Southern California
Adventure Racing Buddies.
Cadiac Cyclists Club: (310) 943-9440
Beach Bicycle Club: (310) 594-6130
Orange County: (714) 222-3334
SocalTrailRiders (STR) is a tight-knit community of
recreational riders, XC racers, freeriders, and weekend warriors.
- South Bay Wheelmen
- Southern Sierra Fat Tire Association: Team
Glendale. (818) 244-9980.
- Team Basso: Mt. Bike group in Orange
Velocity: (310) 697-2105
- Biketour-reviews.com: allows
cyclists to find just the right bike tour company by matching their trip
requirements with the services provided by each of the major tour
- Peninsula Cycle
Club: Located in the South Bay area of Los Angeles, we are a
multi-interest club involved in road racing, mountain bike racing and fun
rides. The club conducts an annual fundraiser, the Torance Criterium and hosts
an organized club ride from San Pedro to San Diego each year.
Cyclists: Sound Cyclists Bicycle Club is a bicycle club centered in
Fairfield County, Connecticut, which was founded in 1977 "to promote the
general interest of cycling, to promote a cycling-related social forum and to
encourage safe bicycling."
- Central Connecticut Bicycle Alliance (CCBA)
- Three Rivers Velo Sport: A
non-profit organization that promotes bicycling related activities in the Fort
Wayne area; 3RVS also supports several national and state bicycling
Association, League of
Coalition, and Rails
to Trails Conservancy.
- Circus City Cyclists: 154
North Grant Street, Peru, Indiana, 46970.
- Delaware Cycling Club: Muncie, Indiana
- Hoosire Mountain Bike Association:
The Hoosier Mountain Bike Association, Inc. (HMBA) is a
statewide organization with the mission to promote responsible mountain biking and work towards the goals of common land access and natural resourceprotection in Indiana through interaction with policy makers, the cycling
industry, race promoters, mountain bikers and other trail users.
- Lake County
Cyclists: of Ankeny, road bike club, sponsors charter service for
RAGBRAI Team Cobra: Webster, Iowa.
- Rainbow Cyclists: Named
after Rainbow Drive, the main biking route between Waterloo and Cedar Falls,
Iowa. Founded in 1974.
- Oz Bicycle Club: Witchita. Offers
something for riders of any ability, ranging from the short 25-mile family ride
to the 50 and century rides. E-mail us your mailing address and we will send
monthly newsletter and club membership info.
- Earthriders Mountain Bike Club:
Kansas City. Over 100 members and growing. Group trail rides, trail maintenance
sessions and much more.
Boston Road Club: Mostly racers, focus on developing riders and growing the
- Crank Racing: Local riding and
running club based in Boston's Northshore area.
- Team Bums: Central Massachusetts' oldest
mountain bike club. We run off-road time trials, century rides, eco-challenges,
24 hour rides, camping/riding outings, races, surfing, and more.
Mountain Bike Club: (908) 714-1737 email@example.com
- Orange County Bicycle
MTB Club: (818) 571-7622
Jersey Cyclists: Recreational rides throught Delaware Valley, weekend trips
in MidAtlantic region, (609) 489-1341
- Princeton Freewheelers:
Mainly a road club, PFW is one of the larger clubs in NJ with over 700 members.
The club sponsors many rides along with their annual event which regularly
attracts over 2,500 riders to Princeton.
- New Jersey Randonneurs: Offers
well-supported randonneuring events which qualify cyclists to participate in
longer randonnees in NJ and New York City. Our goal is to introduce the
recreational rider to long distance and like-minded cyclists.
- Bent Trail Riders: A
recumbant club in SW Ohio.
- Bike Club
- Stark County Bicycle Club
- Cross Creek Cycling ClubThe
mission of the Cross Creek Cycling Club is to encourage all people to
participate in bicycling without regard to age or expertise. We promote all
aspects of bicycling with special emphasis on bicycle safety and bicyclists'
rights and responsibilities and general health and fitness. We also seek to
enhance communications among cyclists to provide opportunities for bicycling
and socializing with others.
- Asociacion Puertorriquena de Ecociclismo de Montana,
Inc. (APEMI): PO Box 2603 Guaynabo, PR 00970-2603. (787)