What we're about

The general objectives of the club are:

• To educate the membership and general public in safe cycling habits and skills

• To promote interest in bicycling for recreation, transportation, health and sport

• To Establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with bicycle dealers, bicycle suppliers, other organizations and persons interested in promoting bicycling.

• LVVBC has a meetup group that is the largest meetup (900 plus) in Las Vegas for cyclists to get out on the roads and trails and ride - LVVBC is also a dues paying organization that is a member club of the League of American Bicyclists http://www.bikeleague.org

• As a club, LVVBC provides insurance for all our club rides, monthly bagel rides and rides most days of the week throughout the year

• If you want to support cycling in Nevada and the Las Vegas Valley consider a membership in LVVBC - Individual memberships are $25 per year Senior memberships are only $20 per year. Check out the website at https://lasvegasbikeclub.org

Upcoming events (5)

LVVBC Sundays & Flatlander's Route Blue Diamond or Red Rock Overlook

Two options this week - a little longer than usual - and riding south instead of north! NOTE THE REVISED DATE AND 7 AM START TO BEAT THE HEAT! Einsteins to Blue Diamond stretches to about 43 miles with 2462' of vertical gain. Pace will be 14-17 mph, or faster if you download the route and strike out on your own! https://www.strava.com/routes/2726499429781234248 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/33684663 Re-groups on the long route are minimal - so please download the route to your device. The Flatlanders loop is a little shorter to the Red Rock overlook at approx. 30 miles and 1877' of vertical gain and turns back at the overlook ridewithgps.com/routes https://ridewithgps.com/routes/33684540 https://www.strava.com/routes/2726512445242096126 An ice stop is the Terribles on Desert Foothills and returns the same route so we can all finish together. The pace is a little more relaxed for this option, with additional re-groups as needed. THERE IS CLIMBING ON THESE ROUTES - BUT THE LAST 6 MILES IS DOWNHILL The rides begin and end at the Einstein Bagel Shop on W. Cheyenne at Soaring Gull Drive near Durango. We hang out after the ride for coffee and a bite to eat with our free bagel day on the 3rd Sunday of the month for dues paying members. We hang out after the ride for coffee and a bite to eat with our free bagel day on the 3rd Sunday of the month for dues paying members only. IMPORTANT: By your RSVP on Meetup OR YOUR PARTICIPATION you are affirming that you have read and understand the Release and Waiver of Liability available on the LVVBC website https://www.lasvegasbikeclub.org/ under the Ride Center/ Ride Sign-Up Sheet link, and agree not to bring any type of claim against the Officers, sponsors or volunteers associated with this event. Therefore, when coming to a club ride, your RSVP on Meetup will act as the waiver agreement and eliminate the need for signing in at the ride start. Our protocol to keep our members safe : If you're not feeling 100% - please stay home. Remain separated from each other at the start, during rest breaks, and at the end. please use your mask or face covering. We will divide into groups of 10 or less and require everyone to ride at least six feet from each other. Avoid spitting or blowing snot rockets As we already do, ride routes will be posted so you can ride the route on your own if you choose not to ride with the club. Please support LVVBC as a dues paying member. $25 per year helps LVVBC provide insurance for all our club events. check us out at https://lasvegasbikeclub.org

Tropical Loop - Evening ride

Vincent L Triggs Elementary

We ride the Tropical Loop - LIGHTS REQUIRED but right now we are back before dark! Bring your mask - its required for rest stops and re-groups, and remember to maintain social distancing at the start. the 24 mile long route climbs up to FT Apache north to Gilcrease then Hualapai or Grand Canyon to Skye Canyon , down Log cabin thru Silverstone, Horse Loop turn on Bradley and back. The shorter options go north on Tenaya to cut-out the climb , thru Silverstone . Rolling pace on the long route is 14 to 17 mph Long route -https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32683272 --or-- https://www.strava.com/routes/17750730 600 feet vertical gain Mid-route - 16 miles https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32684366 --or-- https://www.strava.com/routes/17744762 239 feet vertical gain Lights are required front and rear - reflectors make you more visible - the route has a few stretches that dont have street lighting - so bring enough front lighting to monitor the road surface if we run late past sundown. IMPORTANT: By your RSVP on Meetup OR YOUR PARTICIPATION you are affirming that you have read and understand the Release and Waiver of Liability available on the LVVBC website https://www.lasvegasbikeclub.org/ under the Ride Center/ Ride Sign-Up Sheet link, and agree not to bring any type of claim against the Officers, participants, sponsors or volunteers associated with this event. Therefore, when coming to a club ride, your RSVP on Meetup will act as the waiver agreement and eliminate the need for signing in at the ride start to maintain social distancing our protocol to keep riders safe: If youre not feeling 100% - please stay home. Remain separated from each other at the start, during rest breaks, and at the end. please use your mask or face covering. ride at least six feet from each other. Avoid spitting or blowing snot rockets As we already do, ride routes will be posted so you can ride the route on your own if you choose not to ride with the club. Please support LVVBC as a dues paying member. $25 per year helps LVVBC provide insurance for all our club events. check us out at https://lasvegasbikeclub.org

Tues Night Ride - Summerlin Down Low

Einstein Bagels

Due to the Covid 19 outbreak and quarantine mandates established by the State of Nevada, the Board of Directors have voted that those who ride our club rides shall wear a face mask or covering of some kind for when we stop at stop lights and rest stops or regroups The ride is typically around 20 miles, round trip, beginning and ending at the Einstein Bagel Shop on W. Cheyenne near Durango and about 950 feet of elevation. Since this ride is at night LIGHTS are REQUIRED! https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32687151 IMPORTANT: By your RSVP on Meetup or your participation you are affirming that you have read and understand the Release and Waiver of Liability available on the LVVBC website https://www.lasvegasbikeclub.org/ under the Ride Center/ Ride Sign-Up Sheet link, and agree not to bring any type of claim against the Officers, sponsors or volunteers associated with this event. Therefore, when coming to a club ride, your RSVP on Meetup will act as the waiver agreement and eliminate the need for signing in at the ride start. Remain separated from each other at the start, during rest breaks, and at the end. Avoid spitting or performing the farmer’s nose blow. If you are sick or feel bad, please stay home. As we already do, ride routes will be posted so you can ride the route on your own if you choose not to ride with the club. Please support LVVBC as a dues paying member. $25 per year helps LVVBC provide insurance for all our club events. check us out at https://lasvegasbikeclub.org

LVVBC Wednesday morning ride

Einstein Bagels

Bring a mask and plan on wearing it at the start, all re-groups and rest stops, And remember, we practice social distancing per the Governor's directive. As we update all our club routes, downloading the route maps is highly recommended. The route for this week involves climbing seven hills throughout Summerlin. It is 30 miles long with 2500 feet of vertical, and will average somewhat less than 15 mph. A water stop is included near the midpoint. A route map is posted so that each rider can download it to his or her own device. See the route here: https://www.strava.com/routes/21816794 IMPORTANT: By your RSVP on Meetup OR YOUR PARTICIPATION you are affirming that you have read and understand the Release and Waiver of Liability available on the LVVBC website https://www.lasvegasbikeclub.org/ under the Ride Center/ Ride Sign-Up Sheet link, and agree not to bring any type of claim against the Officers, sponsors or volunteers associated with this event. Therefore, when coming to a club ride, your RSVP on Meetup will act as the waiver agreement and eliminate the need for signing in at the ride start. Remain separated from each other at the start, during rest breaks, and at the end. Avoid spitting or blowing snot rockets. If you are sick or feel bad, please stay home. As we already do, ride routes will be posted so you can ride the route on your own if you choose not to ride with the club. Please support LVVBC as a dues-paying member. $25 per year helps LVVBC provide insurance for all our club events. Check us out at https://lasvegasbikeclub.org

Past events (1,647)

Harris Springs casual Mountain Bike ride

Kyle Canyon Base Parking

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