Washington Cycling Community

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Cycling Clubs

Cascade Bicycle Club
Cheasty Boys
COGS: Cyclists of Greater Seattle
Evergreen Tandem Club
High Performance Cycling Team
Lakemont Cycling Club
Lakemont Ladies Cycling Club
Major Taylor Project
Mt. Baker Bicycle Club

Northwest Tandem Rally
Northwest Tandem Rally (NWTR) is a registered non-profit corporation in the state of Oregon. Our mission is to ensure the permanency of an annual locally-produced family-oriented Tandem Rally in the Northwest. Our core organizational focus is on future site selection including vetting the future local organizing committees, providing event guidance and mentoring, offering technical and communications support, as well as obtaining and maintaining key sponsorship relationships and documenting best practices and expectations.

Redmond Cycling Club
Seattle Bicycle Club
Seattle International Randonneurs
Vancouver Bicycle Club (WA)

Cycling & Transportation Advocacy

Bike Registration
529 Project
Bike Index

Bellevue Bicycle Planning
Bicycle Alliance of Washington
Bicycling in Washington (WA Department of Transportation–WSDOT)
Bikes on King County Metro Transit
Bike Works

Biking in the Rain
Seattle native, office rat, and cycling maniac, I ride bikes because it’s fun and keeps me from yelling my fellow humans in traffic. I haven’t always ridden bikes, I was skeptical at first. What if it rains? What would I do with my hair? With this blog I will share my stories of how I came love riding bikes along with my tips and tricks to overcoming obstacles. I invite you to share your questions, concerns, and triumphs in bike riding. Whether you are new to riding bikes, an experienced cyclist who wants to learn more, or new to the northwest, feel free to join in the conversation, comment, contribute, and share. I just might tell you how I accomplished these killer bike-handstand-splits.

​Cascade Bicycle Club
Cascade Bicycle Club Bike Theft Page
Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation
Close Call Database
King County regional trails
Pierce County Bicycling Resources
Seattle Area Climbs
Seattle Bike Blog
Seattle Bike Share
​Seattle Bike Web Map (interactive)
Seattle City Bicycle Program
Washington Bikes: Washington Bikes advocates for bicyclists and a more bike-friendly Washington state. Join us to help grow bicycling statewide!

Racing Teams

Washington State Bicycle Association WSBA

Apex Racing
Audi Cycling Team
AVA / Counterbalance Bicycles
Bikesale.com / Automattic
Egencia Cycling
Fischer Plumbing Cycling Team
Garage Racing
Hagens Berman – Society Consulting
Husky Cycling
JL Velo Racing Team
Keller Rohrback Cycling Team
Liquid Velo Cycling Team
Native Planet
North River Racing (Vancouver, WA)
Recycled Cycles Racing
Step Down Racing Team
Taco Time NW Cycling Team
Tête de la Course Cycling

Track Racing
Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome (Marymoor Park)
2018 Adult Classes and Youth Camps

WSBA Juniors

Cycle University
RAD Racing NW
WA HS Cycling League Mountain Biking

WSBA: Women

Northwest Women’s Cyclocross Project
Spokeswomen Racing

Queens of Dirt Bellingham
The Queens of Dirt racing team, based in Bellingham, Washington, aims to get more women and girls into dirt sports, specifically mountain biking and cyclocross. We run a popular mountain bike camp each summer, cyclocross clinics come fall, and other cycling and trail-building events throughout the year, for women and girls of all levels. Come ride with us! And consider joining our Queens of Dirt race team or club.

Team Thrive
Washington Women of Cyclocross

Other Regional Resources:
Burnaby Velodrome
Cycling BC
Cycling Utah
Idaho Regional Calendar
Montana Cycling

Mountain biking

Crank Sisters
Evergreen Crank Sisters is an all-levels women’s riding group focused on creating a welcoming community for women through group rides, training classes, trail building, races and events. Our goals are to increase women’s participation in mountain biking and help women achieve their riding goals.

Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
Evergreen is committed to sustainable recreation, trail maintenance, advocacy, education, volunteerism, and trail building. We are an important partner with public land managers, contributing over 23,000 hours per year. Our mission is to create, maintain, and protect sustainable mountain biking opportunities in Washington.

Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition (WMBC)
We work with many diverse groups such as land managers, elected officials and educational institutions to promote continued and expanded access for mountain biking and cycling.