Bike Clubs In The Region Around NJ
Berks County Bicycling Club Support for riding in and around the county.
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia Promotes bicycling in the greater Philadelphia area.
Central Bucks Bicycle Club The Best Road (and Off-Road) Riding in Bucks County!
Delaware Valley Bicycle Club Serving Delaware County and adjacent areas west of Philadelphia.
Lancaster Bicycle Club Promote recreational bicycling in Lancaster County for all interested cyclists.
Lehigh Wheelmen Cycling activities are centered in, but not limited to, the Lehigh Valley of Eastern PA.
Main Line Cycling Club Actively promoting competitive road, mountain, track & cyclocross racing based on the Main Line.
Suburban Cyclists Unlimited Active recreational cyclists touring area roads & trails counties in Bucks and SE PA.
Five Boro Bicycle Club New York's Friendliest Bike Club - when you ride with the 5BBC, you ride with friends.
New York Cycle Club
Long Island Bicycle Club Promoting rides on excellent roads and numerous trails for both the novice and experienced rider.
Recreational cycling with rides at all paces, trips, important speakers, a friendly environment & more.
Bike New York
Encourages bicycling and bicycle safety through education, community outreach and events.
Orange County Bicycle Club
Promotes active lifestyles through the sport of bicycling in the Hudson Valley.
Staten Island Bicycling Association A social bicycling Club Welcoming all riders.
DE & MD & Beyond
White Clay Bicycle Club Year-round cycling – On & Off-road – fast & challenging, leisure & fun & anything in between.
Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Clu
b Promote bicycling as a means of transportation, recreation, health, and physical fitness.
Potomac Pedalers Touring Club A recreational and social organization for bicycling enthusiasts.
New Jersey Randonneurs
New Jersey Randonneurs The official Randonneurs USA (RUSA)/Audax Club Parisien (ACP) organizer of brevets in New Jersey, NYC, and into surrounding areas. Brevets are typically 200, 300, 400, 600, 1000 or 1200 kilometers, each with a specific time limit. The rider (randonneur) carries a brevet card which is stamped at each checkpoint along the way to prove they have covered the official route successfully. For more information, check their website.