What we're about

Are you interested in riding bikes in Baton Rouge? We meet up and ride in groups throughout Baton Rouge.

Bike rides that are for all skill levels will be announced as such. We try to include the route and distance of the ride.

If you have ever thought about biking through Baton Rouge, join our group and accompany us on rides throughout Baton Rouge.

Upcoming events (5+)

Capital Heights Social Ride

Ingleside United Methodist Church

Wednesdays, 7PM, Ingleside United Methodist Church. Who We Are: We're a bunch of regular folks. We like to ride bikes. We like to hang out and have a good time. We like to participate in our communities. We started the Capital Heights Social Ride to give us more opportunities to do those things (and more!) Why We Ride: We ride to have fun. We ride to meet our neighbors and to be a part of our community. We ride to socialize. We ride so we can spend money at local businesses. How We Ride: We ride slowly and safely. We stick to neighborhood streets, but sometimes we might cross or ride on a busier road if it's between us and our destination. We ride in a group, and we try not to get separated. Sometimes this means that when we roll through an intersection we'll 'cork' it so that the whole group can get through the intersection safely. We follow the road rules. We're courteous to other road users. What We Ride: We ride beach cruisers, BMX bikes, hybrids. mountain bikes, road bike, tandems, folding bikes, recumbents, trikes and everything in between. We ride anything that is human powered and has at least one wheel! Where We Ride: We ride wherever our path takes us. Our rides are usually ten miles or less. Our rides occasionally take as as far as Downtown, LSU, Southdowns and Broadmoor - and we have several experienced mechanics and safety instructors in our group to deal with any difficulties. When We Ride: We meet at the Ingleside United Methodist Church parking lot on Capital Heights at 7pm on Wednesdays and we roll NO LATER THAN 7:15pm. We'll usually return by 9pm. Join our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/202290033547744/

Yeah Bike! Critical Mass Ride - Last Friday every month

LSU Memorial Tower - Clock Tower - Bell Tower

Critical Mass ride meets at 5:30pm and rolls at 6:00pm on the last Friday of the month In August, we meet at the LSU Bell Tower. Link to Google Maps: https://goo.gl/8NYYw2 Critical Mass is one of the first urban Social Rides in Baton Rouge. The broad aim is to celebrate cycling, assert cyclists' right to the road, and give cyclists safety in numbers. A little history about "Yeah Bike!" here: https://bikebr.org/news/2016/4/18/a-brief-history-of-yeah-bike

Capital Heights Social Ride

Ingleside United Methodist Church

Wednesdays, 7PM, Ingleside United Methodist Church. Who We Are: We're a bunch of regular folks. We like to ride bikes. We like to hang out and have a good time. We like to participate in our communities. We started the Capital Heights Social Ride to give us more opportunities to do those things (and more!) Why We Ride: We ride to have fun. We ride to meet our neighbors and to be a part of our community. We ride to socialize. We ride so we can spend money at local businesses. How We Ride: We ride slowly and safely. We stick to neighborhood streets, but sometimes we might cross or ride on a busier road if it's between us and our destination. We ride in a group, and we try not to get separated. Sometimes this means that when we roll through an intersection we'll 'cork' it so that the whole group can get through the intersection safely. We follow the road rules. We're courteous to other road users. What We Ride: We ride beach cruisers, BMX bikes, hybrids. mountain bikes, road bike, tandems, folding bikes, recumbents, trikes and everything in between. We ride anything that is human powered and has at least one wheel! Where We Ride: We ride wherever our path takes us. Our rides are usually ten miles or less. Our rides occasionally take as as far as Downtown, LSU, Southdowns and Broadmoor - and we have several experienced mechanics and safety instructors in our group to deal with any difficulties. When We Ride: We meet at the Ingleside United Methodist Church parking lot on Capital Heights at 7pm on Wednesdays and we roll NO LATER THAN 7:15pm. We'll usually return by 9pm. Join our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/202290033547744/

BREC's Silver Spokes

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Fall 2018 August 3 - Central Sports Park September 7 - Forest Community Park October 5 - Baker Recreation Center November 2 - Perkins Road Community Park December 7 - Howell Community Park Join us for this exciting senior biking program. We offer seniors a chance to maintain their fitness, lift their spirits and enjoy a social experience with others as they ride special designed cruisers or three-wheeled trike bikes, in our community parks and trail ways. You can pre-register for this monthly program. Pre-registration is encouraged, and participants are urged to bring water, sunscreen and a hat. Ages: 55+ Cost: $5 yearly fee (calendar year) or $1 one time ride. The Program is free if you bring your own bike. For More Information: Call[masked] ext 435 or email [masked]

Past events (192)

Capital Heights Social Ride

Ingleside United Methodist Church

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