What we're about

We're New Hampshire's most active adult recreational bicycling club. We are not hosting on-line or "virtual" rides - we pedal outside when possible!  Volunteer-run, we offer our members organized weekday, weekend, and multi-day rides for road and off-road enthusiasts of all experience levels, at many venues throughout the state. 

NOTE:  Joining this GSW MeetUp group does not comprise a GSW membership. Some membership perks include mileage tracking and discounts at many local bike shops on parts and services.  
Become a GSW member!  Sign-up at www.GSWheelers.org
At the beginning of each ride,  each cyclist (member or guest) is asked to sign a release waiver form for insurance purposes.  Helmets are required on all rides.  You don't need to know how to change a flat tire, but all riders are advised to carry a spare tube for their own bike!

In order to reduce confusion and promote more participation, the GSW Board announced the following updated guidelines on August 25, 2019:
a.  A new MeetUp ride may not be listed within a few hours of an existing ride already scheduled at the same location.  24+ hours lead time is recommended to allow riders to learn about the ride and make plans to attend.  Changes to posted rides due to weather or cancellation can be posted any time to inform those riders planning to attend.

b.  Each rider must sign their own name to the sign-up sheet.  This is required for the liability release and insurance coverage.

c.  Rides may only be held in public places with ample parking - not private driveways. A location must be specified.
We hope you enjoy your rides with the Granite State Wheelers!

Upcoming events (4+)

Upper Valley Slow Spokes

Balloons over New England

Enjoy a scenic ride from Quechee VT past farms and historic homes to Woodstock VT. Stop in Woodstock for a snack/lunch in a riverside park, and bike back to Quechee. Ride includes some rolling hills, and a stretch of dirt road, which is 2.3 miles each way. Total ride is approximately 16 miles at an average pace of 10-11 mph. Bring water and a snack or lunch.

Concord - S&W

297 S Main St

Rides may vary from 15 - 30+ miles. Newcomers Welcome!

Starting 5/24/23

Depart Time and Ride Leaders
4:00 pm Eugene (11-12 mph + Orientation)

** Contact your ride leader (click on their host icon) if you have questions.

As the summer approaches, more ride leaders will appear.

See www.GSWheelers.org for more details.

N89ers - Warner - Blackwater Dam with stop at Richardson's Ice Cream

United States Postal Service

Moderate 31 mile ride from Warner with rewarding stop to enjoy Richardson's Ice Cream.

Park at Warner post office, Main Street furthest away from office.

Cue Sheet:

Num Dist Type Note
1. 0.0 Start of route
2. 4.0 Sharp L onto State Route 103
3. 5.1 Sharp L
4. 5.2 L onto State Route 127, NH 127
5. 5.2 R onto Dustin Road
6. 10.0 Sharp L onto Blackwater Road
7. 14.0 Keep R onto Christopher Robert Drive
8. 14.1 Slight R onto Corn Hill Road
9. 17.2 L onto Knowlton Road
10. 17.6 L onto Water Street
11. 19.3 Stop at Richardson's Farm Ice Cream Stand
12. 21.9 L onto Long Street
13. 21.9 Slight L onto Battle Street, NH[masked]. 23.0 R onto White Plains Road
15. 30.0 Slight R onto East Main Street, NH[masked]. 30.5 R onto Old Main Road
30.5 miles. +1200/-1178 feet
Num Dist Type Note
17. 30.7 Keep L onto Old Main Road
18. 30.9 R onto East Main Street, NH[masked]. 31.2 End of route

Ride w/GPS: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/36411571

Concord Ride

Martin Park

We will meet at the Martins Park parking lot on Iron Works Road. The ride will be about 20-30 miles at a casual pace, not drops. We will wait at critical points for those who might fall behind.
You can join an after-ride social for those interested at a local spot.
Recommend bringing front and rear flashers for safety as this is on public roadways.
Raining or super cold no ride

Past events (2,271)

Penacook Elementary

Penacook Elementary School

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