Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. Rides require, at a minimum, an appropriate bike in good working order, water, and a helmet. We suggest a spare tube, energy food, maybe a little cash in case we stop, and your biggest smile! Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. Our Facebook page and Meet Up group are great avenues for these updates. We'll see you out there — and have fun!
Our ride levels are explained in detail at the bottom of the page, after our ride details.
Our Weekly Group Rides
Join us on one of these great rides. Whether you are new to cycling or an old pro, there is a ride that's right for you. We believe in making riding fun. If you are ready to enjoy riding and learn some tips and techniques, come join us. We dont believe in tearing your legs off or leaving you behind.
Road ride out of the store. 35-40 miles. Moderate pace. Come join us on this great mid-week ride! Intermediate Road Ride, meet at 7:45 am, Roll at 8 Sharp.
Saturday Mornings we are mixing it up in the dirt. It might be a Mountain Bike Ride, or a Gravel Ride. Check our social media pages for the latest info on this Months ride.
Our ride levels explained
Here is a description of rider skill and fitness, to help you understand expectations per ride. Road descripion, followed by Mountain.
- Novice Road
- Have some experience with cars and traffic, and riding with a group. You may not be fully comfortable yet, but it's not your first go at it
- Can average 12-13 mph for 20-25 miles
- Intermediate Road
- You are comfortable and have experience in a group ride, you have a pretty good handle on road etiquette
- Can average 16-17 mph for 40-50 miles, 2-3k ft of climbing
- Advanced Road
- You are very experienced on the road. Traffic, rain and shoulder to shoulder riding is no problem
- Can average 18-20 mph for 60-80 miles with 3500ft of climbing or more
- Novice MTB
- You have some experience (less than one year) of riding
- You are lucky to get on the bike once a week, any elevation climbing is your own alpine challenge
– Intermediate MTB
- You have been biking regularly for at least one year
- You have reasonable bike handling skills, and are confident riding in a variety of terrains and conditions including: singletrack, double track, muddy, wet, dry, loose
- You are competent at riding undulating trails with moderate climbs and descents, some of which may be slightly technical in nature, but may get off and walk some sections
– Advanced MTB
- You have been mountain biking for at least three years and are very comfortable handling most types of riding and obstacles: small drops (up to 1 foot), logs, rocks, switchbacks
- You have good bike handling skills and can bunny hop, do small jumps, corner, climb and descend well
- You have considerable experience of riding on a wide variety of technical terrains including: rocky, rooty, muddy, loose, fast singletrack
- You ride at least twice a week and rarely get off and walk sections