Thursday Night by Light
Oct
4
to Aug 31

Thursday Night by Light

  • Birch street trailhead Bellingham, WA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Please join us for a weekly Night Ride, Thursdays at 7pm from the Birch Street Trailhead. A light 500 lumens or greater is necessary. We have a couple of extra lights so if you don’t have one yet and want to join call the shop Thursday morning and we will charge an extra for you. The ride is about an hour and a half with regrouping often and at every intersection. Please feel free to call the shop if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

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Shifting Gears
Apr
1
to Aug 31

Shifting Gears

Weekly Womxn's Beginner Road + Mountain Bike Rides

more info at:

https://www.letsshiftgears.com/biking

Shifting Gears is a non-profit creating welcoming recreation experiences that encourage confidence, wellness, growth and joy.
 Our inclusive cycling and hiking programs focus on breaking down barriers that stand in the way between a person and their aspirations. By participating in Shifting Gears programs, community members walk away with the tools that they need to attain their recreational goals. Whether it be learning how to change a flat tire, cycling 50 miles, locating accessible trails, finding a hiking partner, setting goals or just remembering how to "play," our aim is to create a welcoming environment for all to join in and learn. 

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Joy Riders Women's Group Ride
Apr
9
to Sep 10

Joy Riders Women's Group Ride

Tuesday Galbraith Mountain Rides (March-August @ 6pm – 8pm approximately)

This is ladies’ night, and the feelin’s right, oh this is ladies’ night, come ride your bike!

Guided, NO DROP rides at a casual pace, led by IMBA ICP-certified guides. All levels of rider welcome! As needed, we split into groups by activity level + trail preference. We ride:

NORTH Side Rides -Intermediate level and up
Meet 6pm at Whatcom Falls Parking lot (off Electric near tennis courts)

SOUTH Side Rides – All levels, Beginner-friendly
Meet 6pm at Samish Parking Lot, near Galbraith Lane

March 5th will be at the Bike Ranch  (to celebrate Women’s Week, put on by Shifting Gears)

April 9th South side

April 23rd North side

May 14th South side

May 18th KICKOFF! 10am start, south side Galbraith.  1-4pm Kulshan on James ST

May 28th North side

June 11th south side

June 25th North side

July 9th South side

July 23rd North side

August 13th South side

August 27th North side

September 10th South side

Check us out on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/_joyriders_wmbc/

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Mt Baker Bicycling Club and more road rides
May
5
to May 3

Mt Baker Bicycling Club and more road rides

Other Weekly Rides

https://mtbakerbikeclub.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=608345&module_id=249583
These are weekly rides not sponsored nor insured by the MBBC, but also open to everyone to try out. For more information, contact ride leaders: names listed under each ride.

  • Sunday Fairhaven “Rabbit Ride” has been going on every week of the year since 2011. Start time 7:45 am (8:15 am over winter), Sundays. Riders who ride slower than 16 mph should be ready to ride right at 7:45 am in summer (8:15 am in winter). Starts at Fairhaven Bike. 32 mile route down Chuckanut and back via Lake Samish. Small groups of similarly-paced riders begin leaving at 7:45am (8:15 in winter) and faster groups leave every 5 minutes thereafter. Fastest riders will leave about 8:30am. When a faster group passes yours, you have the opportunity to try to jump on a wheel and hang on, or stay with your group. This is intended to be a fitness ride and you’re encouraged to push yourself. This ride is organized by John Hauter; check with John to get on the mailing list for updates and ride schedules. For more information (especially to verify the correct start time and to get on the weekly email notifications list), contact John: jmhauter@comcast.net

  • Sunday Edison Social Ride starts from Edison Elementary School parking lot. 30-40 miles, 10-14 mph, route varies. 10 am start time, weather may cancel in winter. For additional info: Alfred Arkley arkley at comcast.net or 360-739-2913. Contact Alfred to get on the email reminder list, in which people discuss winter weather forecasts and whether the ride will go in the winter weeks.

  • Tuesday "Hot Laps" - race course training, summer only. 30-40 miles, race pace. Training ride departs from Trek Bicycles Bellingham (formerly Kulshan Cycles) at 6pm to a practice road race course. Summer months only. Check at Trek/Kulshan to find out when the ride starts/stops each season.

  • Tuesday North-Side Social Ride: starts from Pioneer Park in Ferndale, 30-40 miles, 13-16 mph route varies. 9am start time in summer, 10am start time fall through winter, may be altered by weather in winter. The route is chosen based on where the riders want to regroup for lunch. To check start time and for other information, contact: Robert Parker, email rmp-4724 at hotmail.com or 360-671-6910

  • Thursday South-Side Social Ride starts from Edison Elementary School parking lot. 30-40 miles, 10-14 mph, route varies. 10 am start time. For additional info: Alfred Arkley (arkley at comcast.net) or 360-739-2913. Contact Alfred to get on the email reminder list, in which people discuss winter weather forecasts and whether the ride will go in the winter weeks.

  • Saturday Donut Ride: 25 to 50 miles, race pace, departs from Trek Bellingham (formerly Kulshan Cycles), 7:30 am October through February, and 7 am March through September. Goes to Ferndale and return, or if you wish continue to Birch Bay and return. Get your weekend miles behind you before most people get out of bed on Saturday! This ride has been a Bellingham tradition forever. Every week of the year!!

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Dirty Resolutions.
Jan
12
to May 18

Dirty Resolutions.

Are you gravel curious? Or gravel serious, perhaps? Come ride with us!

First and Third Saturdays of the month. 
Meet at 9:15am and roll at 9:30am from the Woods Coffee in Boulevard Park. 
Routes will mostly be on gravel therefore 32mm tires or wider are strongly recommended. 
No drop, 30+ miles, 2,000+feet of climbing, approx 2-3 hours.

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