To promote bicycling through recreational, utilitarian and competitive activities


To educate about safety throughout its membership and the general public, and encourage the adherence to motor vehicle laws


To build relationships of bicyclists locally, nationally, and internationally

Meetings are typically the third Monday of each month, and the location varies. The current meeting location will be indicated in the announcement email and related postings. 6:00PM arrival to enjoy dinner beforehand, and the meeting runs 7:00-8:30PM. You do not need to be a club member to attend.

NCBC Summer Rally - July 11, 2021

Yes, it's back, on Sunday, July 11 from the Harris Energy & Environmental Center.  We'll have the same, challenging 64-mile route with three signature climbs, plus somewhat flatter 41- and 23-mile routes.  Mechanical support will again…

May is National Bike Month

Celebrating the benefits of bicycling! This May, the City of Raleigh is celebrating National Bike Month! Established in 1956 and promoted by the League of American Bicyclists, National Bike Month has been celebrated in communities…

How To Put a Bike On the Bus

This May, the City of Raleigh is celebrating National Bike Month! Learn how you can secure your bicycle to the front rack of a GoRaleigh bus in just a few easy steps. Incorporating your bike into your bus commute can help you get farther…