Tacoma Wheelmen's Bicycle Club

              

 

                            

Last updated September 28, 2016

Visit the  "Ride Schedule" for a list of regular club rides.


           Watch the story of the beginning of construction on the Foothills trail extension


Bicycling plays a big role in Washington's transportation. In fact, Washington State was named the nation's number one "Bicycle Friendly State" by the League of American Bicyclists for the seventh year in a row!


     

Upcoming Events

Black Cat Fun Run bike support

Saturday October 22nd at 7pm at Point Defiance Park

Next club meeting October 18th

   
       
         Interested in new rides?
  • Have a favorite or new ride you'd like to lead? (different time, day of week, etc.)
  • Send your ride ideas to TWBC rides
Please include:          
Name for the ride
Distance
Start Location
Pace anticipated (see below)- hills involved?
Destination (if any)
Date
Brief description of the ride 
Visit the  "Ride Schedule" for a list of regular club rides.

   Ride Codes: Pace 1-Easy (10-)   2-Moderate (11-14)   3-Steady (15-18)  4-Fast  (19+)

                             Terrain    A-Mostly Flat   B-Short Hills   C-Hilly   D-Very Hilly  

Definitions: Cruise-Everyday ride   Workout-Expect to sweat   Training-Preparing for an event




                                                              

         How to be a "Road Biker"


Donations go to better the cycling community

See "Big Check" given to Eatonville (below).Upcoming Events

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  • Check out our Club Jersey design. Jerseys are available from Peggy Fjetland for a nominal $50.


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TWBC  is a proud sponsor of Kidical mass


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"When you're passing out $10,000 checks for a new trail, it's OK to wear spandex to Town Council mtgs."

Craig's story from July 20th Sunday Adventure Section.






















New bridges over the Mashell and Little Mashell Rivers in Eatonville begin to take shape, thanks in part to a donation from the TWBC.
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For your next bike, check out Bonney Lake Bicycle Shop.



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For the Month of August:

NEWS :

Kim Laramee

 

Renewals:

David Norcross

James Shed

John Blodnick

John Selby

Jim Merkle

Gwen Demarest

Tim Wyre

Thomas Reardon 


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