Connect with a local group for an after-work or weekend ride, or join a local club to meet new friends!
GMBC is the oldest bike club in Vermont. Their membership includes touring riders, racers, and commuters from beginners to experts. During the cycling season, they organize regular training and recreational rides and club races (time trials and criteriums). GMBC takes sharing the road and responsible riding & driving seriously and asks that drivers and bicyclists work together to make roads a safer place.Their mission is to promote cycling for fitness and friendship; encourage safe, courteous riding practices; organize weekly recreational rides, training rides and competitive events, and engage in bicycling advocacy at the state and local level.
A local biking group that organizes weekly rides and informal races.
This group of women encourages each other at all levels of mountain biking. They aim to get more women riding, in a supportive environment. Through mountain biking together, we all improve. This group gets together weekly for a supportive, no-drop, friendly, multi-level ride in the Wissahickon (when the trails are solid and dry). WTF welcome. Beginners welcome.
Queen City Bicycle Club (QCBC) is a group of female and non-binary people riding bikes for fun, for connection, and for empowerment. There is no formal way to join Queen City Bicycle Club. If you're a female-identifying or non-binary person who rides bicycles, you're part of QCBC if you want to be. The Facebook group is the main method of communication. Members of the Facebook group should feel free to use the group to connect with one another, share related events, initiate discussions, and use the group as a resource.
The Vermont Mountain Bike Association serves as the statewide voice of mountain biking advocacy and is comprised of nearly 30 chapters across the state. Chapters are the backbone of Vermont’s amazing singletrack and riding culture. The combination of VMBA and chapters is a uniquely productive pairing and is the only of its kind in the country.
The Little Bellas is a mountain bike organization whose goal is to help young women realize their potential through cycling. They aim to create a community that will empower girls through the sport, emphasize the importance of goal-setting, promote healthy life styles and recognize the positive effects of strong female bonds. While this program is centered around creating camaraderie for girls on bikes, it is most importantly about having fun in a constructive environment.
UVM Cycling is the University of Vermont bike racing team. They have a history of winning regional and national championships and regularly send semi-pro and professional bikers into the world of international bike racing. Simultaneously, they invite new and beginner bike riders with open arms and do it all with mustaches, mullets, and Hawaiian shirts.