Attention all club members!
It's time for change
and by change we mean
It's time to change our club's jersey.
We decided rather than us board members coming up with a design, why not let our members have a hand in the new jersey design! So, we figured what better way than to have a jersey design contest! The member who comes up with the winning design that the board members choose, will win a free jersey and of course will have bragging rights, when they see fellow club members sporting them jerseys for years to come. So, let's put those creative skills that we know many of you club members have to use and get designing!
JERSEY DESIGN CONTEST!
Designs must be your own.
Please, no copying without written permission.
Contest ends August 31st.
feel free to enlarge the jersey template.
please use this Jersey template
We also have a Facebook page,
Riverside Bicycle Club Facebook
Oct - Apr weekend morning rides start at 8:00 and
May - Sept at 7:30AM
The Riverside Bicycle Club was founded in 1891 and is the oldest, continuous club west of the Mississippi.
We are located in Riverside, California.
The heart of the Inland Empire.
Today there are approximately 250 members and collectively the club puts on over 400 club rides a year.
The Riverside Bicycle Club contains two divisions that focus on road and mountain bike riding. This website is focused on road riding.
The mountain biking division is called Team Dirty Work and provides member communication and events through Facebook. Team Dirty Work Facebook page, Team Dirty Work.
All of our Club Rides are open to the public. We have road rides on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday for all rider levels. Reference our club rides section for details.
Team Dirty Work mountain bike rides are also Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday for all rider levels. Check their message board to confirm the time and location of their rides.
Riverside Bicycle club is a social riding club. Our social rides are not races. We invite all rider levels to join our rides.
If you are a beginner rider, then check out the Saturday Family Fun Ride and the Sunday ride D group information. More advanced riders should look at our A, B and C groups.
If you are unsure of your ride level start out in the D group and make your way through the various groups.
More information about our rides can be found in the Club Rides section.