Local clubs and resources for the Northwest bike community
Maps and Resources
Information on biking in King County with printable maps in pdf format.
Maps and information about cycling in Seattle
Maps and information about cycling in Bellevue
Tips and information about cycling in Washington State.
All about Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park
Clubs and Organizations
Seattle's largest bike club promoting rides, education and advocacy in the Puget Sound area.
All Cascade bike club members recieve 10% off parts, service and accessories.
Advocates for bicyclists and a bike-friendly Washington.
Formerly known as The Backcountry Bicycle Trails Club. The go-to site for Mountain Bikers in Washington state.
Very active bike club on Seattle's Eastside. Sponsors of RamRod and other high profile rides around Washington
Brevets, populiars, fleches and training rides troughout the year. Rides generaly vary from 60 to 1200 kilometers are ridden in hopes of qualifying for the PBP (Paris_Brest-Paris) which is held every four years in France.
A not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to the interests of recreational cyclists.
A kinder, gentler bicycle club for anyone who wants to pedal; meet fun, nonjudgmental people; and search for lattes. We are all sizes and abilities.
Different Spokes is a bicycling club for the LGBT community and their friends in the Seattle/Puget Sound area
Fisher Plumbing Cycling Team
Ready to give racing a try? Do you want to ride with a great team that will provide you with skills training and support? Want to learn from some of the best riders in the Northwest? Now is your chance.
The Lakemont Cycling Club is a Bellevue based, 150+ member, recreational club. The Men’s Division is comprised of intermediate to advanced riders and includes a race team that competes regionally. The Women’s Division, Lakemont Ladies Cycling Club, includes women of all ages who enjoy riding and are motivated to improve their cycling skills and fitness.
Luna Chix - Seattle Cycle Team
Brings together women interested in learning new sports, staying active and inspiring others to do the same.
Trek Cycling Teams
Trek World Racing
Owned and operated by 23 Degrees, with Trek as title sponsor, the Trek World Racing team is one of few World Cup teams to combine both cross-country athletes and downhill athletes into one highly competitive squad of 7 for 2010.
Performance off-road and on. That's what the Subaru-Trek partnership is all about. It's why they support the greatest pro racers in the world, as well as the International Mountain Bicycling Association. What's more, both are committed to a clean, healthy environment.
The 29er Crew is a grassroots team of mountain bike racers from all over the country and world. Be it endurance, cross-country or XTerra events, they all share a common passion for standing on podiums and the 29ers that put them there.
The new LEOPARD TREK team, a full pro-tour squad of 29 riders based in Luxembourg, will be supported by the experience Trek has gained by winning 9 of the last 12 Tours de France.
Trek LIVESTRONG U23 Team
Welcome to the Trek-LIVESTRONG Development Team. Created as a project to help develop the next generation of great young cyclists, the Trek-LIVESTRONG Team features top up and coming talent, including national champion and US Olympian Taylor Phinney and leadership from ten time Tour de France rider Axel Merckx, son of the great Belgian Eddie Merckx. This year, in an effort to support Lance's historic return to professional cycling and the launch of worldwide cancer campaign, the team will proudly wear LIVESTRONG on their jerseys, helping to spread awareness for the global cancer fight.
Trek K-Swiss Triathlon Team
When we built the Trek/K-Swiss Triathlon Team, we set out to build something more than a great collection of athletes, we set out to build a great team. Triumph, defeat, passion, hard work: these are all greater when achieved as a group rather than as a single person. The Trek/K-Swiss team does more than embody all of these things, it exemplifies them.