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Bike to 30K

Bike To 30K

Bike to 30K is planning their third  year!  So grab your helmets, bikes and sneakers and join Lancaster Bike Club for beginner and transitional rides.  The Bike to 30K Program is designed to take cyclists from a five mile ride to a eighteen mile ride gradually over an (8) week time period. Lancaster Bike Club hopes to expose old, new, returning and current cyclists to the joy of cycling.  This is a FREE program for non-members and the community. Kick off date is Tuesday, May 23rd at Lititz Bikeworks for an informational class.  First ride is scheduled for Monday, June 5th at 6:00pm. All events and rides are listed on our Meetup page. Hope to see you there!!!

Smart Cycling Class

Are you interested in learning how to be safer, smarter cyclist?

Then attend LBC’s Smart Cycling class!

The spring Smart Cycling class will take place at the HACC Lancaster campus on Wednesday, May 3 from 7-9:30pm and Saturday, May 6 from 9am-12:30pm. Lancaster Bike Club members get a year’s free membership dues by enrolling and attending both sessions (a deposit is required to hold your spot, but it is refunded after completion of the class). The fee for non-members is only $25. Find out more details here: http://lancasterbikeclub.net/smart-cycling/

2017 TdRR

It is time to start planning for the 2017 TdRR. Greg did such a great job last year and it inspired me to lead the effort for 2017. What I am thinking is: “if it ain’t broke – don’t fix it”; so, what I’d like to do is continue the format for the offering (variety of rides with morning and after work rides) along with prizes for different levels of achievement.

For this to happen we will need to have involvement from club members to make sure rides are organized, cards are punched, and stats are gathered. What I am looking for are members who are interested in helping with the event.

I realize that time it at a premium, so the format for participating in the planning committee will be a combination of asynchronous virtual meetings (through email, etc.) and a few in-person gathering s for those who are able to meet.

My hope is to reward those who are able to participate with prizes regardless of whether they are able to ride the rides.

If you…

  • Are interested in participating in the planning of the event
  • Are interested in the Tour de France
  • Have participated in the TDRR
  • Like to help out

Then please email me at  by Tuesday, February 28 th to indicate some level of interest. We can work out very minor involvement to as much as you would like.

Thank you for consideration,

Ken Juengling, TDRR Director