|2018-04-28||Muddy Onion Spring Classic||35||9:00 AM||20 Langdon St., Montpelier,0|
|Ridiculously fun spring gravel grinder in Vermont.
Stunning scenery and sublime dirt. Or - stunning scenery and 35 miles of mud.
(It's spring in Vermont so WHO KNOWS.)
Two rest stops to keep you stoked.
More info here: http://www.onionriver.com/muddy-onion/
(the shop closed but the ride lives on!)
|Tush Tuneup||72/38||9:07 AM||Patterson Metro North Station and Ten Mile River Metro North Station,|
|See Event announcments - this is a WCC Ride|
|2018-04-29||Yonkers Bike Club Opening Day||12||12:00 AM||Yonkers, NY ,Pl||Rona Shapiro|
|Please join the Yonkers Bike Club for our opening day event located in Tibbetts Brook Park located in Yonkers, NY starting at 9:00 AM. Please go to our website for any questions and sign up information. |
|Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's Spring-n2-Cycling Weekend||15, 25, 35, 45, 55,||11:44 AM||Quality Inn & Suites of Danville,Pl||Linda|
Two nights at the Quality Inn of Danville,
Tour packets with cue sheets & maps,
Group rides with leaders,
Friday & Saturday dinners,
Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
Sandwiches and snacks to take with you on rides,
Spring Fling festival in downtown Danville on Saturday,
Round-trip bus transportation to & from Saturday dinner,
Live music at the hotel on Saturday afternoon, after our rides,
Parties, snacks, SAG, & more.
Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist family members, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website at:
For any questions, please contact Linda, at:
267-251-7862, or LindaBCPEvents@yahoo.com
|2018-05-05||34th Annual Farmlands Flat Tour event||12:00 AM||Brookdale Community College • 765 Newman Springs Rd Lincroft, NJ,NJ||John Colasanti|
|This family-friendly event has marked routes in a variety of distances, from a leisurely 15,25, 35 mile jaunt to the ambitious 50 mile, metric (62.5 miles) and century (100 miles)
Pre-registration includes an event T-Shirt
The Following are the fees for online registration:
1) thru Midnight March 15th $35.00, children under 18, $10.00
2) March 16th thru Midnight April 22nd $45.00, children under 18, $10.00
Note:All online registration ends Midnight May 2nd
Day of registration will be $45.00 with no T-Shirt, children under 18, $10.00 does not include t-shirt
$8.00 Box Lunch will be available for pre-registration only
This event is fully supported (sags & rest areas)
New This Year CJBC will be Accepting most Major Credit Cards for Day of Registration
To expedite the sign in process at the college please remember to bring your EMAIL CONFIRMATION the day of the event.
Event details and schedule
To expedite the sign in process at the college please remember to bring your EMAIL CONFIRMATION the day of the event.
Registration is open from 7am to noon All support services and facilities at college close at 6pm
Parking in lots 1 & 2
After sign in and registration....Bagel, snacks and drinks wil be availiable
|2018-05-06||Cinco de Velo||12:00 PM||Edith Macy Conference Center,NY|
|CINCO DE VELO IS BACK!
We are returning to the scenic Edith Macy Center in Briarcliff Manor for the 2018 Cinco De Velo, one of our most popular multi-level event; but one that was off the calendar last year!, For this event we will be in the lakeside Kinderhaus, the spot most of you remember, and not where we were for the Daffodil Ride a few weeks ago. Parking will be in the regular Visitor's Parking lot.
IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE CLUB..
Multi-level rides are a great way to meet fellow cyclists in your category and to enjoy talking to cyclists of all ride levels before the rides and as you enjoy a delicious lunch.
You will be able to choose from a ride at your level by going to the Ride Schedule Page and choosing your ride - ride leaders will be posting category rides in the upcoming days. All rides begin at the same location... however... all at different times... please ensure to take notice of the times the rides roll. It is good to note here, ride start time is the time you roll, you should always be at a ride 15 to 20 minutes earlier.
|2018-05-19||Quad County Metric||26-106||7:00 AM||2150 Green Lane Rd. Green Lane,PA||Joseph Feeney|
|One of the best cycling events in the region! Worth the drive!
The SCU Quad County ride begins at beautiful Green Lane Park in Upper Montgomery County and winds through Berks, Lehigh, and Bucks Counties before returning to the park. The Intensive Climbing Unit (ICU) will once again be available on the 45 mile and 68 mile rides. In addition, we are offering a longer route this year extending it to 106 miles, making it a full century for those wanting a real challenge.
Green Lane Park, one of the hidden gems in Montgomery County!
Lightly traveled roads in four of the oldest counties in Pennsylvania
Fresh fruit, snacks, trail mix, baked goods, and drinks at well-stocked rest stops
GPX files available for all routes to riders preregistered by Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Cue sheets available for all routes except the 106 mile route
SAG vehicles with bike mechanics on all routes
Free lunch including a vegetarian option
Relaxing MASSAGE post ride ($10 suggested gratuity)
Free incentive gift for first 300 pre-registered riders
Quad signature ride jerseys available to purchase at event (quantities and sizes limited)
(Member / Non-Member)
$35.00 / $45.00
After February 28th $45.00 / $55.00
After May 16 $55.00
|2018-05-19||Wheels for Meals- Ride for Kids||15 miles, 35 miles,||12:00 AM||15 Thatcher Rd. North Grosvenordale, CT 06255,Pl||Chelsea Valade|
|This fun, recreational ride benefits the Summer Breakfast and Lunch Program at TEEG, a charity non-profit that provides meals to children in Northeast Connecticut. There are three routes to choose from, each takes you through the beautiful landscapes of the Northeast Corner!
Rides are 15 miles, 35 miles, or 60 miles. $40 registration fee. We encourage riders to join us after their ride for food and beer! We will also have bike inspections, stunt bike demos, music and professional photography.
|2018-05-19||Suburban Cyclists Unlimited annual Quad County Ride||26, 47, 68, 82, 106||6:51 AM||Green Lane Park, Upper Montgomery County,Pl||Joe|
|Suburban Cyclists Unlimited's (SCU) annual Quad County ride begins at beautiful Green Lane Park in Upper Montgomery County and winds through Berks, Lehigh, and Bucks counties before returning to Green Lane. There are multiple distance options available. This event is fully supported, with well-stocked rest stops, road markings, cue sheets, SAG drivers, and Sweep riders. The roads are scenic and peaceful. You will return to a delicious and filling picnic lunch at the Finish Line party at Green Lane Park. The Intensive Climbing Unit (ICU) will be available on the 45 mile and 68 mile rides. In addition, we are offering a longer route, extending it to 106 miles, making it a full century for those craving a real challenge! For visitors who are travelling to PA from other states, the Start/Finish at Green Lane Park is close to Valley Forge/King of Prussia, as well as the Northeast Extension of the PA Turnpike. There are plenty of hotels located here.|
|2018-05-19||Glens Falls Civic Center Foundation Pucks & Pedals Cycling Tours / Bike Rodeo||20 & 40 miles||9:51 AM||Glens Falls ,NY|
|40 mile & 20 mile routes beginning in Glens Falls NY (Lake George Region) Longer route takes a southern route along the west shore of the Upper Hudson River. Rest stop in Hudson Crossing Park in Schuylerville NY and return trip along the east side of the Upper Hudson. Beautiful rolling countryside offering spectacular river and farm country views.
20 mile route heads north from Glens Falls to Lake George via the scenic Warren County Bikeway (Former railway). Turnaround on Beach Road in Lake George NY with a stunning view of the Lake George southern basin . Donation of $40 per rider benefit the Glens Falls Civic Center Foundation / Keep Hockey Here . First 100 registrants will receive a dri-fit t-shirt with Pucks & Pedals logo.
|2018-05-19||Bike Around the Bay||10, 30 and 50 mile r||12:00 AM||Presque Isle State Park Cookhouse,0||814-440-5992|
|Bike Around the Bay is just around the corner. Join Environment Erie for scenic 10, 30 or 50 mile bike ride. All rides depart for the Cookhouse on Presque Isle State Park. It's sure to be a great time! Presque Isle State Park's bicycle trail has been named the third-best bicycle trip in America by Coastal Living Magazine. Dust off your bike helmets, grease your chains, and lets get ready to ride!
Rides depart at:
50 mile, 8 a.m. Test your endurance ride
30 mile, 8:30 a.m. Scenic, casual ride
10 mile, 9 a.m. Family-friendly ride
Rides are not timed!
Register by May 6th for early-bird registration!
Individual riders: $25
Family (3+Individuals): $50
A picnic lunch is included with registration.
We can't wait to ride with you!
Presque Isle State Park is located at 1 Peninsula Drive, Erie PA 16505.
For questions and more information please contact:
|Martha's Vineyard Weekend||55||9:11 AM||Oak Bluffs , Martha's Vineyard,Pl|
|Check Events for Full Listing - ride 1,2,3,or all 4 days,|
|2018-06-03||Stewart State Forest Bike Tour||8 miles,10 miles and||8:30 AM||174 ridge rd.,rock tavern,NY||Sandra Kissam, President, SPARC Stewart Park and R|
| For the first time ever Stewart Park And Reserve Coalition (SPARC) has teamed up with the Wheel and Heel Bike Shop, Stewards of Stewart (SOS), and Boy Scout Troop 125 in presenting the 19th Annual Bike Tour. Grab your mountain bikes or hybrids and gear up to ride the rolling ridges, old country roads and forest trails in the 7,000 acre Stewart State Forest!
This scenic green oasis is just minutes from major highways, and is open for all levels of riders from family to advanced riders. It’s a great opportunity for you to discover the forest if you haven’t been there, or if you are an experienced rider it’s a great day to have fun, meet fellow riders and have great food while enjoying the wonderful community spirit. It's a make your own pace carefree off-road kind of ride, feel the rush of cool breezes as you pass ponds and wetlands. You might scoot down well-marked dirt trails beckoning you to explore and get dirty or splash through streams deep in the cool woodlands. Some of the trails rise above the forest on ridges where you can scour the treetops for hawks and birds or the forest floor for wildlife. The three levels of rides, 8.5 miles, 10 miles, and 19 miles will be on well-marked trails and old country roads, and registered riders will be given maps for their ride
On arrival participants can expect fruit, bagels, coffee and tea. If you are pre-registered (deadline is May 20th), expect a free wicking bike tour T-shirt compliments of Auto Graphix Plus. Get your bike a last minute checkup by the staff of Wheel and Heel if you need it. When you finish your ride there’s lunch featuring pasture raised beef hamburgers, local farm baked pies, and ice cream. A mini massage to ease those tired muscles. A silent auction for a new Trek Mtn Bike compliments of Wheel and Heel. Raffle items from our various sponsors to test your luck. There will be a nature table featuring birding and wild plant expert. Pre-register online or by mail by May 20th to guarantee yourself a collectible Bike Tour Wicking T-Shirt ( new design each year). For details about this smashing good fun tour go to www.stewartstateforestbiketour.org or bikereg.com/stewart-state-forest-bike-tour
Adult preregistration fee of $40 includes all of this and the T-shirt, for youngsters ages 8 to 14 the fee is $15 and children under 8 are free. Day of registration fee is $45 for Adults. Start time, 8:30 A.M. for advanced riders
|2018-06-16||The RIDE For Our Vets||100-miles, 62-miles,||6:35 AM||Point72 headquarters, 72 Cummings Point Road, Stamford, CT 06902,CT||Emilie Latainer|
|On Saturday, June 16, join us in scenic Fairfield and Westchester Counties for the only charity bike ride that benefits Connecticut veterans. With four cycling route options, plus our 5K walk, we have something for every skill and fitness level. Our routes are fully supported with rest stops every 10 to 16 miles, ample route marking, bike techs, sweep vans and more. No matter what route you choose, we will take care of you! The funds you raise will benefit the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center (CVLC).
After The RIDE, celebrate your accomplishment at our family-friendly barbeque at Point72 in Stamford, CT.
We offer 100-mile, 62-mile, 50-mile and 25-mile cycling routes. There is a $75 registration fee (waived for veterans) and a $200 fundraising minimum.
|2018-06-16||Kings Tour of the Quabbin||62,100 or 125||6:45 AM||Naquag Elementary School 285 Main St. (Route 122A) Rutland, Mass.,MA|
|Bike 62, 100 or 125 miles from Rutland, Mass., on paved roads around the Quabbin Reservoir, a pristine jewel in the heart of Massachusetts. Not much traffic; plenty of hills.
|The Ride for Mental Health||25, 50, 100 mile opt||12:00 AM||New Paltz,Pl||Mac Dorris|
|The Ride for Mental Health
THE Ride for Mental Health takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 23rd and 24th, 2018. The New Paltz area has wonderful views and terrain. Free dinner and cocktail hour on Saturday evening for the first 150 riders to register. Spectacular location in the Mohonk Preserve with stunning views of the Catskills. Register before April 1st for just $50. $100 after April 1st. Proceeds from The Ride will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for education, research and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. No minimum fundraising amount. Simply $1,000 goal for each adult rider.
|Cycle the Erie Canal||50||9:00 AM||Buffalo,NY|
|More than 650 cyclists leave their cars behind in Buffalo on July 8 to pedal along the historic Erie Canalway Trail to Albany in celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial as part of Parks & Trails New York’s 19th annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour.
The 400-mile journey along the legendary Erie Canal ended in Albany on July 16. Along the way, cyclists enjoyed some of the finest scenery, most interesting history, and unparalleled cycling in the northeastern United States.
Covering between 40 and 60 miles per day, cyclists traveled along the Erie Canalway Trail, which is now 80 percent complete and will, by 2020, be completed as part of the statewide 750-mile Empire State Trail.
|Bon Ton Roulet||45-100||9:00 AM||Cortland,NY||Dawn|
|The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State.
Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes, to cavernous water-carved gorges, National Historic Sites as well as award-winning wineries.
The Long Route appeals to those riders who love the challenge of a 65-75 mile ride per day.
The Regular Route, typically 45-50 miles per day, tends to attract newer riders and those who plan on spending the day leisurely browsing the markets and attractions along the way.
Register today bontonroulet.com Primal jersey included!
|Montreal / Champlain Weekend||67/28||9:14 AM||Montreal / Plattsburgh,|
|Ride 1.2.3 or all 4 days,
See events or newsletter for details.
|Cycle Adirondacks||27-100||9:00 AM||Spectacultor,NY||Matt VanSlyke|
|Cycle Adirondacks weeklong tour is the Ultimate Cycling Vacation: once you’ve paid, you can enjoy the event without getting hit with extra charges. The registration price includes everything you need. That’s right, parking, meals, hot showers, charging your device, taking a yoga class, getting help from a mechanic – all included, plus more. We deliver a high-end experience you won’t get on any other bike tour – a cycling adventure designed to connect you with the stunning and diverse Adirondack landscape and the incredible communities that make it so special. Best of all, by riding with us, you directly support community-based conservation efforts in the Adirondacks.
2018 Registration Pricing ***
$1,195 – Available until January 15, 2018
$1,295 – January 16 – March 15, 2018
$1,395 – March 16 – August 1, 2018
|2018-08-19||BTCNJ Presents: Ramapo Rally||12-125||7:00 AM||Mahway,NJ|
|The Ramapo Rally, staged by the Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey (BTCNJ), is one of the best bike rallies in all of New Jersey. Starting at the Campgaw Mountain Ski Area the Ramapo Rally offers 6 beautiful, fully supported and well-marked bike routes. The routes vary in difficulty and distances. From a family fun ride of 12 miles to a very challenging and demanding 125 mile route. The 12, 25, 50, 62, 100, and 125 mile routes go through the farm and lake country of northern and western New Jersey. Featuring:
Cue sheets and GPS files for all 6 routes
Routes that are well marked with arrows and signs
Fully stocked rest stops with bike maintenance
Roving SAG vehicles
Post-ride lunch catered by Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace, with healthy side dishes for riders returning before 5 PM
Free 4-month BTCNJ membership for non-members – Click Here For Details
Free bike-related gift to all adult registrants
Post-ride raffle and marketplace with lots of free giveaways, discounts, and bargains
The Ramapo Rally goes on — rain or shine!
|2018-09-30||Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo||51, 36, & 28 Miles||8:00 AM||Bloomingburg,NY||James Witte|
|The Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo is a fun and challenging event with the purpose of benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Every member of our team donates their time and energy to benefit those who suffer with MS. 100% of the net proceeds of this event will go to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Since this is the event’s inaugural year, the event will be limited to 250 cyclists.
In addition to the registration fee, all cyclists are requested to fundraiser or donate a minimum of $50 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
This ride starts in Bloomingburg, NY and takes place on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. Referred to affectionately as the "Gunks," this region offers an experience of great variety and beauty. And challenging climbs!
There are 3 routes for this event: The Gran Fondo, the Medio Difficile Fondo and the Medio Fondo. There is no Piccolo (small) Fondo since the least difficult of these 3 routes averages 100’ per mile. There are no small or easy rides on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. To view all 3 routes:
Along the routes there will be fully stocked rest stop(s) with bathrooms and SAG vehicles. At the finish there will be a full meal and assorted beverages.
The Gran Fondo will have 5 timed sections. The longest segment is over 1800’ of climbing and 5.1 miles in length. The two Medio Fondos have timed section(s).
|2018-10-07||Velocity: Columbia's Ride to End Cancer||10, 25, 45, 62.5||9:00 AM||Palisades Credit Union Park,NY||Justin Geringer|
|Aftering finishing our innaugural 2017 ride by raising $1.5 billion dollars the Velocity ride is back. On October 7, 2018 we will ride 10, 25, 45, or 62.5 miles on a unique route model which symbolizes the idea that when we come together we gain momentum. As our professionally designed and fully supported route merges together from four start areas, we'll ride together as one to our finish line at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). Interested in registering? Pedal on over to www.velocityride.org for your chance to join 1,000 other cyclists accelerating hope.|