Four members of the BCC Board are completing their term this year. We are looking for candidates who want to help fulfill the Club’s mission to encourage bicycling for health, recreation, and transportation; to promote bicycle safety; to improve bicycling facilities; and to further all phases of bicycling.
If any member is interested in running for a board position or wants to nominate another member for an open position, nominations are due no later than November 30th. Nomination should be submitted to the nominating
committee at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe to Ride Change Notifications
Send the following text to 40404: follow @bgcycling
(important to have a space between follow and @). You should receive a reply like the one in the picture.
If you want to stop receiving texts send OFF @bgcycling
to the same number (40404)
Upcoming Ride and Events
To view details about the events listed below, click on the event title and you will be redirected to the Rides and Events calendar.
NOTE: Rides listed below could be cancelled or changed and those changes may not be reflected below. Refer to the BCC Facebook Group or use this link to the Ride Changes Forum (you must be logged in to view):
Riding with the Club
We are happy that so many new members have joined our club this year!! We encourage everyone to take a few minutes to review our ride guidelines, which can be accessed by clicking on the button below. It is very important for all riders to take the time to review ride descriptions, and to honestly assess whether you have the experience and fitness to successfully participate in the ride as described. Our goal is for everyone to be safe and have fun on our rides, and this works best when everyone attends rides that are suitable for them.
If you are unsure whether a ride is appropriate for you PLEASE give the ride leader a call before the ride and he or she will be happy to advise you. It is ALWAYS better to ask in advance!
If you are brand new to cycling, please take a bit of time to learn how your bike works - how your gears shift, how your brakes work, and how to stop and start before joining a group ride. We can help you develop group riding skills, and become a better and stronger rider, but you need to have a basic understanding of how your bike works first. If you need assistance in learning the basics about your bike, contact our Rides Committee chairperson Chris Boggs at email@example.com and he will help connect you with a club member who can help you!
BCC Rider Guidelines