If there is something newsworthy, it's on this page. To keep abreast of all club activities, check the rides + events calendar.
all member club meeting!
The next regularly scheduled monthly club meeting will be be ...
Thursday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m. Please note the new start time.
As usual, we'll meet at the Snohomish County PUD Building.
There will be a no-host pre-meeting dinner at 5:00 p.m. at Delicias Mejico 1992. Happy Hour ends at 5:00 so if you want to take advantage of that, arrive a little early.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW!
McClinchy Mile Camano Climb
April 30, 2023
Upcoming Rides + Events
For all rides and events, see our Rides + Events Calendar.
"Hey, why can't I register for a club ride?"
You've heard great things about BIKES Club and you want to ride with us. So you go to the club calendar and see a ride you want to go on. But you can't register. Why not?
BIKES Club is a member-based club. What that means is that only club members are allowed to register for group rides. Maybe you're disappointed because that particular group ride looks really good.
It's for you that we have a one month membership which costs only $10. Heck, you can't even buy a fast food lunch for $10 any more. And that lunch will only last about 45 minutes. So why not have fun for a whole month?!?! Join by clicking this link ...
Hey, one more thing ... you don't have to join BIKES Club to register for McClinchy Mile / Camano Climb. But you might want to, anyway. There are some nice benefits to being a club member. Just sayin'.
The latest forums ...
"Ask the Wrench"
Do you miss Dear Abby or Dr. Laura? Neither do we, 'cuz we've got something better!
Road Bike Wrench (aka RBW) cut his teeth by wrenching on bikes, new and vintage, for over 40 years. There's not a squeak or creak he can't track down and squash like a bad bug. Or so he claims.
You can send your bike maintenance and equipment questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can ask him anything - simple or complex - from how much pressure should be in your tires, to whether you should go tubeless or not. If RBW deems your question worthy, he'll reply with a witty, irreverent, or truly useful answer (his choice), and it'll be published in Chainwheel Chatter for all to enjoy.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ...
(i.e. club newsletters)
We have all our club newsletters available on the site under About Us drop down menu. You'll find lots of good information about what's going on in the club, the rides, and some "learnin' stuff" from our fearless leaders.
Here are the recent newsletters.