Connecticut Cycling Clubs

 
Eastern Bloc Cycling Club
43 East Hill Road
Canton, CT 06019
Eastern Bloc Cycling Club (EBCC), has been together for many years keeping the sport of cycling alive!  Our mission is to promote spirited cycling as a fun and healthful activity. Many members are also racers with the affiliated club bike shop, Benidorm Bikes & Boards. Teams compete in both road and mountain bike races, at several levels. Race information, as well as club ride information can be found on this site. Eastern Bloc Cycling Club is always welcoming new members interested in joining. There are no age limits or riding ability requirements. EBCC offers club rides, events and social activities. Weekly rides are scheduled throughout the season. 

Hat City Cyclists
PO Box 1034,
Bethel, CT 06801
Email:membership@hatcitycyclists.org
Hat City Cyclists is a recreational bicycle club founded in 1985. It's goal is to enhance members' enjoyment of cycling by offering organized rides and activities and informational programs. Through independent action and affiliation with The League of American Bicyclists, the Club promotes and encourages bicycling; provides safe pleasant opportunities to bicycle; and addresses members' concerns by presenting them to regulatory and legislative bodies locally, statewide, and nationally. 


 

     
Pequot Cyclists
New London, CT
The Pequot Cyclists Club is a non profit all-volunteer bicycling club centered in southeastern Connecticut (New London county). We presently have over 400 members. Our objectives include providing year round cycling opportunities conducted in a friendly and social atmosphere.    While we do enjoy fitness through cycling, we are a recreational club, not a racing club.

Sound Cyclists Bicycle Club
P.O. Box 3323
Westport, Connecticut 06880
Sound Cyclists schedules rides every weekend throughout the year, with a more extensive schedule in spring, summer, and autumn. Membership is required to receive the ride schedule.
Cyclists of all abilities are able find a pace and a route to suit their tastes. Rides are listed and described in the club newsletter by distance, pace and terrain. During the height of the cycling season, the club offers weekend rides for almost every ability level. Generally, the faster a ride travels, the further it goes, and the more challenging the terrain.

Connecticut Yankee Pedaller
4 Red Maple Circle
Rocky Hill, CT 06067