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 April 12 Meeting

Tips & Tricks to make the most out of NCBC's RideWithGPS club account. You may have used RideWithGPS on occasion to view a map or even create a route, but there’s SO MUCH MORE you can do, especially if you have a Garmin or similar…
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NCBC Spring Rally 2020 is Cancelled

Dear NCBC Members, In light of NC Governor Roy Cooper’s state of emergency declaration and recommendations to cancel large events, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the NCBC Spring Rally on March 29. We hope you understand that…

NCBC OCTOBER MEETING (10/21) – Trek Travel: Observations from a Pro Tour Guide

Life Inside one of the World's Top Bike Tour Operators Monday, October 21, 2019 at Hickory Tavern Join us this month for a very special presentation - a peek inside one of the top bicycle touring companies from Kathy DeBlasio,a…

NCBC Fall Rally (POSTPONED TO 11/3)

Time: Registration open at 9:00am, all rides start at 10:00am Online Registration Cost: $30 for NCBC members$35 for non-NCBC members If you're not already an NCBC member you can join now at or…