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Indiana IN
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Three Rivers Velo Sport Inc., located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is a League of American Bicyclists and Adventure Cycling Association affiliated club, as well as a member of the Indiana Bicycle Coalition, United States Cycling Federation, National Off Road Bicycling Association, International Mountain Bicycling Association and others. Founded in 1969, we have grown from a handful to our present size of approximately 350 members.
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The Allegheny Cycling Association (ACA) is a Pittsburgh-based, USCF-registered bicycle racing club that provides road bike, mountain bike and cyclocross racing opportunities in Western Pennsylvania. The ACA is made up of approximately 200 men and women from Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, Northern West Virginia and Western Maryland and consists of USCF-licensed riders, coaches and mechanics as well as non-licensed riders and supporters. A Board of Directors consisting of elected officers, elected board members and USCF officials determines the ACA's policies
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Phoenix
AZ
85011-7191
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Road cycling club with many Chapters and ride abilities to choose from
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Little Rock
Arkansas A
 
 
 
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Arlington Heights
Illinois I
 
 
 
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Kentucky K
 
 
 
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Tucker
Georgia GA
 
 
 
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Illinois I
 
 
 
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New York N
 
 
 
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Hilo
HI, Hawaii
96720
 
 
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New York N
 
 
 
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New York N
 
 
 
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Illinois I
 
 
 
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Birmingham
AL
 
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The BBC is open to all members of the community who wish to cycle with a group for recreation and/or fitness. It is a non-profit organization with approximately 300 members. The club provides organized rides every weekend throughout the year, and during the evening while daylight savings time is observed. All rides have a ride leader, with a planned route. Ride leaders are volunteers who make a commitment to plan these rides in advance so that all riders may enjoy the benefits of riding as a group on new routes or old favorites. Rides vary in length and in the level of ability required. Attempts are made to provide rides for the novice, average, experienced, and expert riders. The goal on all rides is to promote safe riding and to encourage camaraderie and friendships. We do not provide competitive events, but do try to help riders improve their skills on the road. Some formal classes are offered, but most of this learning comes through riding with a group. All cyclists in the club are expected to obey the Alabama Motor Vehicle Laws.
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Birmingham
Alabama AL
 
 
 
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Bloomington
Indiana IN
 
 
 
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Rome GA
 
 
 
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