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Bike Clubs

Local Bike Clubs

Explore Our Community By Bike

We love riding our bikes as much as you do! Check out the awesome community rides, events, and cycling clubs that we support. Learn more about the local happenings that interest you, and get involved today!

Bike Rides & Events

The Shop Ride

This is our regular shop ride starting at BVB and finishing at Bistro Espresso for a hot coffee,. Weather may change the ride route so check with us to see 

  • Sunday Mornings at 9am
  • 1122 Highway 4, Arnold
  • Easy social ride. No drop. Intermediate / Beginner MTB skills. Frequent changes to route. 
  • Link to Strava Route
  • Our other local rides and routes

Local Bike Clubs

Sonora Mountain Biking Club

Mountain biking is a life long sport which incorporates community, health and the great outdoors.

Our mission is to provide local youth with the community, skills and resources to develop their interest in mountain biking at a variety of levels.

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Sierra Express Bicycle Club

Sierra Express Bicycle Club (SEBC) promotes and supports safe recreational bicycle riding in Western Nevada County, CA.

SEBC fosters bicycling activities for all ability levels in a friendly atmosphere. We build community relationships to promote bike riding among cyclists and motorists alike.

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Sacramento Wheelmen 

We are one of the largest and most active recreational cycling clubs in Northern California. Members have a choice of more than fifty rides each month in the Sacramento Valley and the surrounding Sierra foothills. We also offer multi-day tours throughout California nearly every month. Guests are always welcome. Come ride with us and discover your cycling adventure!

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Davis Bike Club

Davis Bike Club traces its origins back to the early 1970s. DBC operated for several years as an informal organization until May, 1979 when the Club  incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)[4] organization.

The Club’s iconic, Double Century, preceded the Davis Bike Club, having been created by the Cal Aggie Wheelmen in 1969. When the Cal Aggie Wheelmen later disbanded, DBC continued running the Double Century until the present time.

The original Club Directors were Ronald Johnson, Richard Waters, Helen Pool, Eileen Garvey, and Barbara Waters. From that time until today, the Davis Bike Club is the only organized bike club in Yolo County and has a membership exceeding 500 cyclists and families.

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Get the Gear You Need

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