Bicycle Advocacy

Fort Collins & Loveland Area Bike Clubs

by ExperiencePlus! - Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Fort Collins & Loveland Area Bike Clubs

Cycling Friends of Fort Collins

The CFFC is a new cycling club for Fort Collins and surrounding communities. The purpose of our club is to facilitate rides at various skill levels and to get riders riding together! The club founders have envisioned a club with an informal structure not requiring regular club obligations. Meetings may be held, however, for interesting topics related to cycling and rides.

We are a non-competitive bike club founded on the idea that exercising in a group is fun! Our rides are social and have a “no-drop” policy.

(Latest news posted is 9/9/2004)

Diamond Peaks Mountain Bike Patrol

Join the Diamond Peaks Mountain Bike Patrol and help us promote responsible riding on our public lands while providing a valuable service to other trail users. Check out our site and spread the word.

Very active group. See their current calendar.

Fort Collins Cycling Club

Fort Collins Cycle Club is dedicated to promoting recreational and competitive cycling throughout Colorado. Members range from weekend casual riders to serious Category Pro-1-2 racers. Monthly meetings and numerous weekly rides.

Team B.O.B.

Team BOB is a member driven association that serves to promote the sport of mountain biking among all women. The club strives to encourage participation in recreational and competitive mountain biking by helping women of all abilities achieve their personal riding goals.

Current ride calendar is for 2004.

Peak to Pub Bicycling Club

For the first fifteen years, this ride was organized by Jake and Julie Maas, owners of the County Cork Pub & Grill from 1981 through 2003.

In December of 2003, Jake and Julie sold their business of 22 years and have since left the area. The Wednesday night ride lives on, however, and the participants wish to thank them for their support of the ride and their contribution to cycling in Fort Collins over the years! We wish them all the best as they transition to their new life after “The Cork.”

Weekly rides listed on their ride calendar.


P.E.D.A.L. (Peoples’ Efforts to De-emphasize Autos in Loveland) is a group of bicycling enthusiasts in Loveland, Colorado. P.E.D.A.L. began on Earth Day in 1970, and after more than 25 years, we are still riding and working to educate the public on bicycle-related issues.

Our members comprise every aspect of the Northern Colorado cycling community. They range in age from 18 to 78. Our members include men and women, boys and girls. They include commuters, road and mountain racers, ultramarathon riders, and the dreaded hypercycloids.

Weekly Saturday rides are posted on their web site.