Other Local Clubs

545 Velo

Based in Newton, MA,  545 Velo is a road-bicycle racing team committed to promoting our passion for all aspects of cycling.  With a main focus on racing and training as a team we also work to promote bicycle safety, racing and awareness, and general fitness within the local community. Through volunteerism at races and participation in charity events, 545 Velo is devoted to promoting goodwill between cyclists and the community at large. We will race hard, clean, and smart as ambassadors of the sport, and our actions both on and off the bike will reflect this commitment.  We are a tight team that came together with these goals, and hold on to them with pride.

Back Bay Cycling Club (B2C2)

The Back Bay Cycling Club (B2C2) is a competitive cycling team based in Boston, MA.  We are active in the disciplines of road racing, cross-country mountain bike racing, and cyclocross.  B2C2 is a small, focused group of like-minded individuals who strive to succeed at races, but also to have fun.

Crack of Dawn Riders ( CoD )

Newton, MA, based CoD leaves every week day at 5:45am, and at other times on weekends. We obey two simple rules. First, “Be there [on time] or ride alone” and, second, always wear a helmet. Safety of the group is paramount. Rides start promptly at 5:45am. There is always a ride, weather permitting. It may be anywhere from 2 – 60+ riders of varying abilities. Everyone is welcome! These are fitness rides, so the pace is often brisk. Typically, they are “no drop” rides, and we have designated places to regroup.


Charles River Wheelman (CRW)

Charles River Wheelmen is a 501(c)3 nonprofit totally volunteer organization in the Greater Boston bicycling community. Our main objective is to provide a high quality year round recreational ride program with a friendly, social atmosphere. Our rides are open to the general public. If you like our rides and continue to ride with us, we ask you to please become a member.

Keep It Tight ( KIT )

Team Keep It Tight is a team made up of amateur endurance athletes who, among other things, love to ride their bikes.

Our mission is to create a fun and edgy cyclocross team that is supportive of its members, embraces new members, encourages participation and development at all levels, and promotes the KIT philosophy.

Team Keep It Tight appreciates the importance of living a balanced lifestyle that integrates fitness into the “work-life” equation. Our members are moms, dads, students, corporate warriors, entrepreneurs, weekend warriors, freelancers, etc. who strive for the new paradigm, henceforth known as the KIT philosophy: a work-family-fitness-community balance.

Minuteman Road Club ( MRC )

The Minuteman Road Club (MRC) is a cycling and triathlon club located in the Metrowest region of Massachusetts.

The club’s philosophy revolves around encouraging competitive and recreational riders to experience the beauty of cycling firsthand. The club provides like-minded riders with a supportive group of enthusiasts to learn to race, join casual group rides and center social activities around cycling.

Northeast Bicycle Club ( NEBC )

Founded in 1957, by a small group of racers intent upon promoting and growing the sport of bicycle racing in Greater Boston, the Northeast Bicycle Club has outlived equipment fads and life-style changes, persisting as one of New England’s oldest racing clubs. The founders’ success is evident today in the proliferation of opportunities which range from a full calendar of Citizen races to national caliber competition such as the Fitchburg and Killington Stage races.

Ride Studio Cafe Club ( RSC Club )

The RSC Club is a Lexington, MA, based collaborative of cycling enthusiasts and racers that congregate around all aspects of performance cycling and the camaraderie that brings out the best in us.

The purpose of the RSC Club is to engage riders to be more excited about riding. To ride more often and enjoy it more. To find riding routes–and routes to cycling–that are more enjoyable. To push each other to ride more. To increase your enjoyment and camaraderie of cycling.

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