Join the National Bike Challenge
Coming in 2019.
Spaghetti 100 -
This iconic ride will be offered again in 2019
Kids on Bikes
Help us continue to make Tallahassee a great place for bicycling though our family and youth programs including Elementary school Education and Trips for Kids.
Welcome to Capital City Cyclists, a recreational bike club and bicycle advocacy organization for the Florida Capital region.
Photos: Spaghetti 2012 .
Photos: Spaghetti 2017
Ride the CCC Classics at the CCC classic time - Sunday morning. First Sunday of the month we will do Brueggers. Most other Sundays we will organize a different classic club ride. Ride speed will be what might be called "tempo": We will ride at a workout level, not a relaxed level, much like the B-C groups under the old system. Must have some group ride skills and be open to improvement, both skill and conditioning.
|Saturday Classic Chaires
This is the classic Saturday morning Chaires ride, starting at the Chaires Community Center, but a shorter distance and slower pace that the Roadkill group. We'll follow the time changes so we start at different times than them to keep it straight.
|Cycling Not Working
Rides start and finish from Havana, FL on Wednesdays and Calvary, GA on Fridays. Other rider speeds are welcome, but bring a partner to keep up with your speed. Havana start is the parking lot by the police station at 121 East Seventh Avenue. Calvary stats on First Avenue between GA-111 and Old 179 South. 15-18 mph. 35-45 mile distance.
|Wait, Wait Don't Drop Me
Wednesdays @ 5:30 from Chaires. Riders must have experience riding in pacelines averaging 18-20 mph. Watch for weekly e-mails.
|Danielle Slaton Spring/Summer only
|Route Testing Ride Group
This Ride group has short rides to with the goal of providing feedback to planning agencies, public works departments, and FDOT concerning current or planned bicycle facilities or the absence thereof. Schedule varies. Distances typically 5-15 miles for all ride levels with frequent stops.
Lights that don't turn green for you? Often the in-pavement detection loop does not detect you, either because the sensitivity is set too low, or you do not know where the sweetspot is for the loop to detect your rims.
Put your frustration into a citizen complaint on DIgiTally. That'll help things to change! Bicycle Detection