Registration For 2024 Coming Soon!
Membership runs for the calendar year. Registration is facilitated through CCN Bikes where you can pay your club membership fee, get your Cycling BC license, and sign your liability waiver all at once!
Based in the beautiful Tri-Cities (Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam) in Metro Vancouver, British Columbia we encourage and support members from the community to enjoy an active lifestyle through cycling. Our mission is to create a healthy, safe, and friendly environment to promote cycling skill development of all members through organized events.
Founded in 2016 with over 150 members, the key to the club’s overwhelming success has been our members. We encourage you to join us to enjoy the camaraderie of cycling with others. Our club provides opportunities to improve your skills through group rides, and to learn from a wide range of experienced club members.
A Group For You!
With a multi-level club structure, there’s a group for everyone – from training aficionados to coffee connoisseurs.
We love to have fun. We have a great time with one another and often stop for a pint at the breweries post-ride. Our club has people of all ages and backgrounds, with one passion – bikes.
We offer a variety of rides from off-season gravel, our regular road season, out-of-town destination rides, casual coffee rides, and extra riding and mechanic clinics for those looking to learn more.
And if you’re interested in Fondos and other organized cycling events, our members can offer their experience and support!
Do You Have What It Takes?
Group riding is a skill. Make sure you have a minimum level of proficiency and the right gear to be able to ride in a group safely for your own enjoyment and for the enjoyment of others around you.
On Sunday August 13th come join us for a social ride through some of the best cycling routes the Tri-Cities and Pitt Meadows have to offer.
The ride is in support of the SHARE Food Bank, who provide direct food support to supplement the diets of hundreds of individuals and families each week in the Tri-Cities.