Team Wheelworks is New England’s best, new elite women's cycling team. By bringing together top national level professionals in New England we seek to enhance the level of competition at local and national level races, create excitement and enthusiasm around our sport, inspire others with our top-notch local talent, and reduce the disparity among men’s and women’s cycling.
And returning for the 2010 season is the Wheelworks Men’s Masters Team.
Make sure to follow both teams on their blogs as they do battle on the roads of New England and beyond.
Wheelworks Multisport (WWMS) is a Boston area based multisport team offering athletes a chance to train and race together, as well as participate in various social events. The team focuses on triathlon (swim, bike and run), but members participate in a wide variety of competitive sports. From beginners to elite triathletes, the team members compete locally, nationally, and internationally with diverse goals and expertise. New Member Application.
CCB is a racing team/ club started on the north shore of Boston in about 1979. It was initially started as a club for racers with very limited membership, but because there was so much growth and enthusiasm in recreational cycling in the region, the club became more of a club with a focus on rides with a core of racers. CCB continues to this day as an elite racing team coupled with a group of enthusiast cyclists… some of whom race and some who do not. Most club rides are in an energetic racing style, though.
The mission of Team LUNA Chix is to spread passion for cycling to women throughout the Boston area. They strive to empower women to get out and ride their bikes. Whether its learning how to ride the trails, learning how to use clipless pedals for the first time, or competing in their first race, Team LUNA Chix is here to offer support, guidance and friendship. The team hosts group rides on the trail and on the road, in addition to the occasional social event. They also host clinics on many different aspects of cycling, from cyclocross to bicycle maintenance. All proceeds from team events benefit the Breast Cancer Fund.
Wheelworks is the official bike shop of The Boston Road Club. The BRC promotes bicycle racing and training at all levels from beginners to experts, and organizes the Wells Ave training races that run every Sunday from March through Labor Day.
Charles River Wheelmen (CRW) is a group of active cyclists who get together for weekly rides and frequent social events in the Boston area. They are a nonprofit, totally volunteer organization in the Greater Boston bicycling community. Their main objective is to provide a high quality year round recreational ride program with a friendly, social atmosphere. Rides are open to the general public.
Since its founding in 1971 by three intrepid cycling enthusiasts, the Granite State Wheelmen has become New England's most active adult recreational bicycling club. Through the dedication of many volunteers, GSW promotes safety, education and camaraderie. Throughout the year, GSW offers its members organized weekday, weekend and multi-day rides for road and off-road adult enthusiasts of all ages. In addition, social events are sprinkled through the regular season.
Composed of a diverse group of dedicated undergraduate, graduate, medical, law, business, government, and extension students, HUCA is dedicated to developing new riders and promoting cycling at Harvard as a life long sport. Student racers as well as cyclists from the community are welcome on group rides.
Founded in 1978, NVP is a club of recreational, fitness and touring riders located in the Nashoba Valley area. They are primarily a road club, but also offer off-road rides and weekend trips. They offer rides for all abilities, from 10 miles to 100 miles. Rides are mostly held in the Western suburbs of Boston, but are occasionally held in or closer to Boston, in Southern New Hampshire, and Central or Western Massachusetts. You do not have to be a member of NVP to join a ride.
May is National Bike Month and here in Massachusetts we’re doing our part to celebrate this great event with Bay State Bike Week. It’s your chance to join thousands of other bikers across the country by doing something for the environment and having a great time while you’re at it.
Tour Boston like you've never done before – on your bike with no cars to get in your way. You'll ride over scenic pathways, colorful side streets and main roadways - including a car-free Storrow Drive!
The Rodman Ride For Kids is an umbrella matching gift charity that raises funds for child-related social service agencies in Massachusetts and serves as a catalyst by providing child welfare agencies an opportunity to raise funds through this event. The Ride For Kids and its 25 benefiting agencies fundraise year-round, culminating with the Ride event, a 25, 50, or 100-mile non-competitive cycling tour.
In 2012, Bicycles Battling Cancer will enter its 4th year touring the roads of Massachusetts. In 2011, over $190,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society. With a century ride from Worcester to Boston, the first several years saw over 150 riders annually. In the 2012 edition, the Bolton Fairgrounds in Lancaster MA will act as a common start and finish location for the first time ever. Touring the local farmlands, orchards, historic mainstreets and picturesque antique houses of the area, BBC 2012 is sure to offer riders a blend of previous years' route with new enjoyable scenery to help make new history for the event.
The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Celebrities, athletes, individuals with intellectual disabilities, and people just like you, take the challenge, and come together on bike and on foot to make a difference and change lives. It's much more than a ride, a run, or a walk. With VIP treatment along the way, and a concert by the Plain White T's, lobster bake and party at the finish, the Best Buddies Challenge is an experience of a lifetime.
For cyclists and all those seeking a personal challenge and a world free of MS, Bike MS is the premier fundraising cycling series in the nation. With a choice of more than 100 extraordinary rides, the Bike MS experience is the ride of your life. Find your ride today! Bike to create a world free of MS.
In 2011 Rich Havens of TIME OUT! Productions passed on the torch of the New England Triathlon tour to Lance and Tony Panigutti of Without Limits. Without Limits Production was created in November of 2007, and incorporated shortly thereafter. It was after years of formulating and envisioning a triathlon race that plans were put it into motion. Lance and Tony Panigutti have been attending and competing in Triathlon races around the world since 1996. After becoming tired with the complacency of the long standing Tri-series around the country, they decided to bring a fresh and innovative perspective to the sport they love. They are looking forward to another great year at the beach and promise to bring some fresh new things to the events.
Fast Forward Race Management is a premier race management organization with over twenty years experience in multisport and road race competitions. Their mission is to provide the safest, most fun, and best organized events that give athletes and spectators a superior race experience. 2012 events include: The Marsh Madness Sprint Triathlon, The Mayflower Sprint Triathlon at Plymouth Rock, and The FUNtastic Nantasket Beach Triathlon.
Brought to you by the Minuteman Road Club, The Midnight Ride of Cyclocross kicks of New England’s “Holy Week of Cyclocross”, a 6 race event that spans ten days. The Midnight Ride of Cyclocross also provides the opening festivities for the Shimano New England Professional Cyclocross Series (presented by Verge). Along with the Gran Prix of Gloucester, Night Weasels Cometh, and the Providence Cyclocross Festival, the Midnight Ride of Cyclocross provides local, national and international cross enthusiasts and beginners alike the opportunity to witness first-hand NECX culture with the European tradition of a block of intense racing across different venues, each with its own distinctive feel. At the same time, it does so with a New World perspective of what CX in the U.S. and New England means. Combining old and new, tradition and innovation, customs and change, The Midnight Ride of Cyclocross is the opening shot of the New England Cyclocross Revolution, the first of the battles which will continue for 10 days.
Don't miss the opportunity to complete a marathon, half marathon, triathlon, century ride or adventure hike while helping to accelerate the mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS): Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. It's an unbeatable offer with great personal rewards. The unique Team In Training (TNT) program provides you with the coaching, training and travel opportunities to make your athletic goals a reality.
To learn more about Team In Training’s Nations Triathlon Team or any other local TNT programs call 508 810 1313.
Mountain Biking School is a program that understands the demands from the beginner to the professional. They have over 50 years of combined experience and expertise to show a path to becoming a better rider no matter what your skill set. MtBS creates a personal education program where advanced skills building and passion for mountain biking are instructed and implemented in a fun and exciting environment. Become motivated and learn to ride with a purpose.
The primary purposes of MassBike are to serve and protect the interests of the bicycling public in Massachusetts; to promote the bicycle as a healthy, enjoyable, efficient, and environment-friendly means of transportation and recreation; to promote a physical geographic context and vehicular traffic environment that enhance these qualities and ensure the safety of transportation by bicycle; and to help more people adopt the bicycle for transportation and recreation.
NEMBA is a recreational trails advocacy organization. Our mission is to ride on the best trails that the world has to offer. Luckily, most all of them are in New England, so we don't have to travel far. We dedicate ourselves to taking care of the places that we ride, preserving open space, and educating the mountain bike community about the importance of responsible riding.
The mission of the Boston Cyclists Union is to promote the everyday use of bicycles by advocating for safe, convenient, and enjoyable cycling facilities in all of Boston’s neighborhoods. Part of their vision is to promote “complete streets” infrastructure, traffic calming, and networks of on- and off-street bikeways that can make cycling safer and more appealing for everyone. They envision a future where cycling’s quality of life and health benefits are safely accessible in every neighborhood. Boston can become a place where children bike to school without fear, where businesswomen bike to work in power suits and high heels with peace of mind, and elders pedal safely through Boston streets, breathing cleaner air and staying fit.