Welcome to the Huntington Bicycle Club
Note: The next club meeting is Wed. Oct. 8th – this is an important meeting to vote on amendments to the club by-laws! (plus pizza of course) See you there! Harborfields Library Greenlawn 7PM.
New Blog post from Malachy – Blue Point Metric ride report
Newsletter! Folks on Spokes:
The Huntington Bicycle Club Newsletter “Folks on Spokes” is back! Photos from the swap meet, news, upcoming events, classifieds, and more. Thanks to Terry Mortell for a great new design, layout and editing the content. Thanks to Lou Bruno for spearheading the relaunch. Enjoy. Click here for the August issue PDF.
Nine HBC team racers participated in “Americas Toughest Race” Tour of the Battenkill – click for a race report from racer Jeff Rowe for results and details - congrats to all who raced!
Gold Coast Tour 2014 page is updated – Visit the page for details and registration information
2014 Club Rides Began 4/5! - Club rides led by trained ride leaders resumed April 5th. For June they start at 8:00. Check out a ride report from Saturday 5/3 (‘A’ group to Centre Island). Riders self-select the route and skill level that they wish to ride.
Click here to view Ride Calendar for upcoming rides
Rides start from Smith St. train parking lot in Greenlawn Saturday and Sunday at 8:00! (check calendar to be sure) Riders of all ability are welcome to join. For faster rides we have a racing team (multiple podium finishes in recent years!). They have AA and Open rides every weekend that also leave from the Smith street lot.
The Club tour of the north shore ‘gold coast’ of Long Island was packed with riders from all over the tri-state area who got a taste of the hills. Check out our facebook page to see photos that have been uploaded and upload some of your own! (The ride was July 14th, 2013) We are in the planning stages for an even better ride for 2014.
The Huntington Bicycle Club, Inc. is a non-profit club organized to promote safe, enjoyable bicycle rides and to share information on cycling safety, fitness, equipment and maintenance. HBC is a member of the League of American Bicyclists and part of an organization in New York that promotes and protects the rights and welfare of all bicycling enthusiasts. HBC has committed to donate lunches once per month for the next year to the patients of the VA Hospital in Northport. The lunches will be provided as part of special events held for various groups of veterans and organized by special interest.
HBC has committed to donate lunches once per month for 2014 to the patients of the VA Hospital in Northport. The lunches will be provided as part of special events held for various groups of veterans and organized by special interest. The VA would welcome participation and attendance by HBC members.
Come and Join us for a ride!