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.

Bicycle Registration and Plate Proposal Draws Ridicule - via BikeWalk NC

A bill sponsored by NC House Representative Jeffrey Elmore (representing Alexander and Wilkes Counties) would require all bicycles operated by persons age 16 and over to be registered with the state DMV and equipped with a bicycle-specific…

NCBC February Meeting (2/11) - Linking People to Opportunity

NCDOT's Bicycle & Pedestrian Program promotes physical and environmental health, supports tourism and local economies Monday, February 11, 2019 at Hickory Tavern Hanna Cockburn, Director of NCDOT's Bicycle and Pedestrian Division,…

Roubaix, Ruby, Diverge, and Sirrus Steerer Tube Collar Recall Announcement

Dear Specialized Rider, Your safety is our top priority. Whenever something happens that may compromise your safety, we take immediate action. Based upon reports from the field, the steerer tube collar on select Roubaix, Ruby, Diverge,…

NCBC JANUARY MEETING (1/14) - Lands End to John O'Groats

NCBC's very own Sridhar Sourirajan will present hs recently-completed LEJOG Tour, one of the world's iconic bike rides.  Sridhar will share the highlights of this thousand-mile journey from the southern to the northern tip of the British Isle. …