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Love to road bike, trail ride or both, and would love it even more if you had friends riding with you? Biking to us is fun, social and a chance to stay fit.

For the roadies, our group includes both casual riders and those who are working on improving speed and distance. Our group is diversed in that we welcome not only the newer cyclist, but also folks who are more experienced and love riding in a group setting.  When we post weekday evening routes, they will normally run 20-30 miles and weekend routes can range from 30-62 miles and originate from different areas in the Triad but mainly Forsyth County or Davie County.  We love to do charity rides which not only raise money and awareness for wonderful causes, but also offer an opportunity to challenge yourself with longer distances than you normally ride. Most of these rides are fully supported with stocked rest stops and sag wagons.

What level of rider do you think you are?

A - 18+mph

B - 15-17mph

C - 12-14mph

Our rides do tend to fall between the B - C range, and we will post accordingly so you will know if the ride will fit your ability.  We plan on offering events with multiple distances and varying average speeds, so everyone can find rides to fit their style. For the road rides, a road bike is best.  For moutain bike or trail rides, cyclecross, mountain bike or possibly a hybrid will work.  When in doubt, ask the ride leader what bike should be used.

For the mountain bikers, we will host organized single track group rides in and around the Forsyth County area for riders of varying skill levels.  ALL RIDES ARE NO DROP UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED!

Ride At Your Own Risk; remember, safety comes first. We will not be held accountable for any accidents or injures that may occur during any of these rides.

    For any ride you must wear a helmet.

    We strongly encourage that you carry ample amounts of water/sports drink, snacks if riding a long route, tube repair kit and access to a first aid kit.

    By signing up for the Clip In and Ride Cycling Group Meetup announcements, and/or coming out to a Clip In and Ride Cycling Group ride - you are agreeing that Road Cycling is dangerous, and that Clip In and Ride Cycling Group ride leaders are not to be held responsible for your safety or the actions of other riders.

    Please make sure your bike is in good working order and you have proper clothing for cycling.


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    Has covered our Meetup fee from 2013 - 2017. Thank you Jacob Butner

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    We want to share our love for cycling with you.

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