Michigan Biking Clubs

Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society:

We invite every cyclist to become a member; however you are not required to be a member to participate in an AABTS ride. New club memberships purchased after September 1 of any year are good through December 31 of the following year. Come ride with us!

 

Ann Arbor Velo Club:

The Ann Arbor Velo Club (AAVC) is a cycling club based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and its members include cyclists interested in bicycle racing as participants or supporters at all levels of road racing, cyclocross, track, and mountain bike racing.

Athletic Mentors Cycling Club:

Athletic Mentors made Michigan cycling history when it spearheaded what became Michigan’s only pro-cycling team through an initial partnership with Priority Health, a collection of community sponsors and Bissell. We train cyclists for pleasure, passion, or professional prowess, and are happy to create programs for small groups of individuals.

Battle Creek Bicycle Club:

Our mission is to promote all aspects of bicycling in and around the Battle Creek area,  including public awareness, safety, and fitness, for cyclists of all abilities and interests.

Beat the Train:

Beat the Train meets at Historic Fort Wayne every Saturday morning at 6am April through October! Be prepared for a 30 mile adventure through the streets of Detroit!

Team 02/Cardieux Bicycle Club (Riders4Research):

Team o2/Cadieux Bicycle Club is a union of riders and racers who reach beyond their own  personal goals to give a “little something” back. Not only do we ride great distances on  our bicycles; we are also going great lengths to inspire others to reach out and do what is  necessary for those who need our help.

Cannondale Midwest Racing:

For over 14 years, our team has proven to be the most recognized and best performing mountain bike racing team. We accomplish this by not only participating in a wide variety of competitive cycling series, but by also promoting responsible riding, advocacy for trail work, and active participation in the sport.

Cascades Cycling Club:

Our club takes its name from the Cascades Falls, a local landmark. The falls are a man-made engineering wonder that people from all over the world have been enjoying since 1932. Our club promotes cycling in the Jackson area. We welcome new members.

 

Chain Gang:

The Chain Gang weekly bike rides will now be run and starting from Johnson Cycle Works, beginning in mid-May, 2011. The rides are intended for noncompetitive road riders to enjoy group cycling primarily in the Comstock, Galesburg & Richland areas.

Cherry Capital Cycling Club:

The Cherry Capital Cycling Club (CCCC) is comprised of over 500 members of all ages and abilities – from beginner to racing level. Our events calendar is jam-packed with road rides, mountain bike rides, alternative transportation activities, plus fixed gear and Alley Cat rides. Non-members are invited to share several rides with us before joining. Vacationers are welcome.

Clinton River Riders:

On the Second Monday of every month (unless it’s a holiday) at 7:00p.m., we gather at the Mount Clemens Public Library, to discuss the ride schedule as well as other activities for the month. After the meeting, we enjoy snacks and take time to visit with each other.

Cyclefit MultiSport (Cyclfit Sports Club):

We are a group of multisport athletes headquartered in Fenton/Linden and serving North Oakland, Genesee, Livingston, Shiawassee and Lapeer Counties. There will be club races, member race results, discounts on gear, group rides, open water swims and many other things added as we go forward.

Cycling Saddlemen Bicycle Club:

With your membership, you will receive a monthly newsletter with upcoming events and announcements, an invitation to the Winter awards banquet and the Summer picnic, e-mail of weekend rides, discounts at local bike shops and the ability to purchase Club apparel at-cost.

Downriver Cycling Club:

Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 7:00pm unless otherwise posted in out newsletter. Membership dues are $10 per year and include all household members.

Flying Rhino Cycling Club:

Every Tuesday night at Waterford Hills Raceway the Flying Rhino Cycling Club conducts training for road, touring and race riding. 5 PM folks start warming up and registration begins at 6:15 PM. Formal training begins about 6:30 and every third week the club has computer / chip time trials facilitated by Robert Linden. Cool downs begin about 8 PM and it’s all for $5 a head. The club will give you one trial before the required club membership applies.

Frederic James Productions:

The Willow Time Trial is part of the Michigan Challenge Points series and is a Nationally Ranked Event! The event consists of 6 laps on a flat course in a low traffic area for a total of 13.2 miles.

Genessee Wanderers Bicycle Club:

If you enjoy bike riding with other cyclists in the greater Flint area, you are invited to become a member of the Genesee Wanderers Bicycle Club. We sponsor weekly Sunday morning rides, and Tuesday night rides out of Lennon and Davison on scenic, flat, low traffic roads. We also host two special social events every year, the Spring Potluck New Member meeting and the Annual Holiday Pot Luck in December.

Harbor Springs Bicycle Club:

Harbor Springs Cycling Club members support and promote bicycle riding as sport, racing, family recreation and transportation. Club members’ dues help to lend financial support locally to the “Top Of Michigan Trails Council”, “Harbor Springs Chapter” of the “North Country Trail Association”, and the “Little Traverse Conservancy”.

Hagerty Racing:

The Hagerty Cycling Team was created to build a cohesive team of talented riders from the Grand Traverse region. We are dedicated to promoting the sport of cycling through road racing and mountain bike racing. The goal of the team is to give team members the opportunity to develop and expand racing skills through organized coaching, scheduled training rides and a variety of races, and to promote our sponsors in our region and the state.

Kalamazoo Bicycle Club:

KBC sponsors road bike rides nearly every day of the week from April to October, starting from several different sites in the county. The weekday rides range from 12 – 45 miles in length, and bicyclists at any skill level – from recreational to racer – are welcome. There are KBC ride leaders at most of the scheduled rides to help teach group riding skills and to promote safe biking.

Kitchi- MI- Kana:

The intent of Kitchi-Mi-Kana cycling club is to enhance opportunities for members, novice to elite, and to enjoy the numerous benefits of riding a bike. In addition, our aim as a club would be to expand the sport of cycling in the Marquette area while promoting a fun friendly cycling community and racing opportunities for all riders of all abilities.

Loose Spokes Cycle Club:

Whether it is for recreation or for training, whether you are just getting started or consider yourself a seasoned veteran, there is a ride for you. Always a lot of fun, refreshments served compliments of the staff and friends of Loose Spokes Bike Shop.

Macatawa Cycling Club:

MCC in 2011 now has around 100 members ranging in age from 16 to 80.  If you are interested  in MCC or want to become a member, please don’t hesitate to check us out. We hold monthly club meetings on the first Monday of every month at the New Holland Brewery on 8th Street in downtown Holland from September through April.

Michigan United Tandem Society:

The Michigan United Tandem Society (MUTS) is a loosely organized pack of Michigan tandem enthusiasts.  We are a friendly bunch whose barks are bigger than our bites!  We get together several times a year to bike, socialize, and above all, EAT!

 

North Country Bicycle Club:

Any NMU student (male or female). Each member must supply their own bike, helmet and PEIF pass. Members do not need to have any prior racing experience. Our current practices are every Mondays and Thursdays 7:00 to 9:00 pm and Saturday at 10:00 am in the cycling room at the PEIF. There is also open spin time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

 

Prestige Cycling Club:

The Essex Brass cycling team competes in USCF Category 1/2 and Masters races throughout the midwestern United States, Canada and National USAC Championship races.

Priority Health Cycling Club:

All the members of  Team Priority Health share one trait: an absolute passion for a healthy lifestyle.  Meet the new Team Priority Health, a group of more than 65 athletes from across Michigan who compete in a number of races including cycling, road, Xterra, triathalons and adventure.

Racing Greyhounds: sponsored by cycle to fitness bike shop

Rapid Wheelmen Inc:

River City Velo Club:

Sisters Cycling Bicycle Club:

Slow Spokes Bicycle Club:

Team Active Racing:

Team Comcast Cycles:

Team Giant- Michigan:

Team Venom Cycling:

Three Oaks Spokes Inc:

Thunder Bay Trails Association:

A  non-profit group located in Alpena, maintaining  the Chippewa Hills, Norway Ridge and Black Mountain areas for skiing, biking, running, and hiking. Their mission is to provide healthy opportunities for people to pursue outside activities and enjoyment.

Trails Edge Cyclery:

Tri-City Cyclists:

Tri-County Bicycle Association:

UCI CT Bissell Pro Cycling Team:

Washtenaw Biking & Walking Coalition:

Weg & Berg Velo Inc:

West Michigan Coast Riders:

Wolverbents Cycling- Recumbent Bicycle Club:

Wolverine Sports Club: