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Benefits of cycling in groups, including connecting with clubs and associations.

Cycling in groups is a great way to enjoy active transportation with others. Riding in groups can help by increasing your visibility on the road.


Alberta Bicycle Association

Website: Alberta Bicycle Association
Location: 11759 Groat Road (Percy Page Centre)
Phone: 780-427-6352
Details: A provincial branch of the Canadian Cycling Association which governs bicycle racing in Alberta.

Argylll Velodrome Association

Website: Argyll Velodrome Association (AVA) 
Location: 6850 88 Street (Argyll Park)
Phone: 780-490-5979
Details: Offers all age groups and genders riding and racing opportunities.

Edmonton Bicycle Commuters' Society

Website: Edmonton Bicycle Commuters' Society
Location (South): 8001 102 Street 
Phone: 780-433-2453

Location (North): 9305 111 Avenue
Phone: 780-757-9100

Details: Teaches people how to fix their bike and ride in traffic. You can buy a refurbished bike, or donate a disused one.

Mountain and Dirt Clubs

BMX Racing Club

Website: Edmonton BMX
Location: 6850 88 Street (Argyll Park)
Phone: 780-450-8392
Details: Riders race as fast as they can over dirt jumps, around banked corners, and across the finish line.

Mountain Bike Alliance

Website: Edmonton Mountain Bike Alliance
Details: A non-profit society dedicated to advocating for and improving mountain biking in the greater Edmonton area. This is a new and growing group with many opportunities for impact, involvement and improvement.

Women's Mountain Bike Club

Website: DirtGirls
Details: For women of all ages: for group training rides, skills clinics and other social events.

Road and Track Clubs

Bicycle and Touring Club

Website: Edmonton Bicycle and Touring Club
Phone: 780-424-2453 (780-424-BIKE)
Details: A recreational not-for-profit volunteer-run group that runs bicycling trips during the spring, summer and fall.

Juventus Cycling Club

Website: Juventus Cycling Club or Sprockids
Location: 6850 88 Street (Argyll Park)
Phone: 780-490-5979
Details: Offers all age groups and genders riding and racing opportunities. Check out the club programs for Sprockids introduction to cycling for kids ages 8-11.

Masters Cycling Club

Website: Edmonton Masters Cycling Club
Details: For riders 30+ years of age, it offers road racing opportunities and training for cycling strength.

Road and Track Club

Website: Edmonton Road and Track Club
Details: Offers training and racing opportunities to help people improve their fitness and cycling skills.

For More Information

311 Contact Centre

Online Contact 311 Online

In Edmonton: 311
Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

TTY 780-944-5555

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