It's Easy to Renew!
Great news--you can now join the club or renew your membership right here on our site. No fees. No third parties. No emailed ads or spam. Renewals are done through CBBC’s secure site.
Your membership fee of just $2 a month (just $1.75 if you renew for 3 years) supports tons of member benefits, including a robust website where you can post and view our Forum and ride offerings, our InGear newsletter, supplemental insurance for club members, an appreciation program for the ride leaders who make our rides happen, facility rental and food for summer all-level rides, safety class reimbursement and much more.
Be sure to renew on time so you can join club rides and maintain access to post rides and post messages to the Forum. Log in to the site before proceeding with your renewal. If you’ve never logged in before, go to Member Login under Member Access menu and Request a login. February is the month memberships expire; see the address panel of your InGear newsletter to see what year yours expires.
Renewal options are under the Join/Renew tab. Save a stamp and lots of time--renew online today!
Ad Hoc Rides
CBBC promotes the fun and safety of riding in groups! The ride calendar is established to be able to offer a variety of rides at all levels and allow members to plan their rides in advances. As we know our lives are not always predictable! Members are encouraged to post “Ad hoc” rides on the Forum and allow other members to join them.
Here is the “official” definition of a CBBC Ad Hoc Ride:
-The ride may be posted on the CBBC Forum no earlier than 48 hours of the ride date and time. Try to give members at least 24 hours notice.
-The ride is not considered a CBBC sponsored club ride.
-No approval needed by the Ride Coordinators.
-A cue sheet or sign in sheet is not needed.
-Ad hoc rides are not covered by the Club insurance policy.
-Ride start location and time is up to the ad hoc ride leader. Try not to compete with a regular club ride – those ride leaders are a precious few!
-The ride will not be credited toward the ride leader program.
-Please ride safely and courteously (especially if you’re wearing your club jersey!)
Check Out CBBC's Forum!
The new CBBC Forum is an online discussion site where members can hold conversations. It's similar in function to our former CBBCtalk listserv (which retired in February), but it allows access through our site. You can also subscribe to one, a few, or all topics to receive email notifications of new posts.
You need to be a CBBC member and log in in order for the items under the "Member Access" menu to be available, and to post to the Forum. If you've never logged in to the site but are a current member, use the Request a Login link there.
NOTE: If you are part of a "family" membership, you'll both need to utilize the primary member login name/PW for now. We plan to add capability for a second login as soon as it's available. We'll continue to share more tips in the Forum, in InGear, and in articles on the site like this one.
Come Ride With Us!
Central Bucks Bicycle Club offers some of the best and most scenic recreational riding around. Come out and discover the joy of traversing miles of picturesque and quiet back roads together with the terrific people who form our club.
Regular cycling activities include dozens of evening and weekend bicycle rides for riders of all levels year-round, and in the summer, special club rides and tailgate rides—all-category rides with a picnic at the end.
Donate Your Cycling Gear
Ever wonder what to do with those old bikes, wheels, pedals, saddles, and other miscellaneous bike parts accumulating in your basement or garage? Donate them to worthy causes! There are a number of local organizations that can use them and, as qualifying 501(c)3 nonprofits, can even give you receipts for tax-deductible donations. Here are a few of our favorites:
- nonprofit educational organization in Philadelphia