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Blog Posts – Cycling Groups

Cycling Groups is the category dedicated to providing information on any bicycle groups, clubs, and organizations on the Olympic Peninsula.

Here is where you’ll find the information you need to answer the question, “Who can I ride with?” on the Olympic Peninsula.

Most of the cycling groups currently listed on the site are in the northern tier of the Olympic Peninsula, but we will be adding more as time goes on and we hope this site and the efforts of the Olympic Peninsula Bicycle Alliance (OPBA) will serve to encourage the creation of additional groups, clubs, and organizations across “the OP.”

The camaraderie, enjoyment, and friendships that come from riding with others gives yet another meaning to the term “cyclist friendly.”

Getting Into Cycling (Again)

I’ve had a lot of conversations recently that went like this: “So, you’re a bike rider.” [The first clue was probably my outfit—the helmet, the fingerless gloves, the shoes, the bright colors of my jersey. But it could also have been the expression on my face since (more often than not at the time) I’d just finished a ride and [...]

By |2018-12-06T11:47:14-08:00December 6th, 2018|News, Bike Safety, Cycling Groups|0 Comments

The Spoke Folk in Sequim

The Spoke Folk Riding Club is a group of over 100 riders from the Sequim and Port Angeles area who ride regularly for the pure fun of riding, to enjoy the companionship of other cyclists, for exercise, and for the joy of being outdoors. Their regular rides are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings.  They meet at the Sequim Community Church [...]

By |2017-07-24T20:22:12-07:00July 15th, 2017|Events, Cycling Groups|0 Comments
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