We are proud to be working with IndyCog and the many awesome sponsors to provide an excellent bike to work experience this friday!
All the info you need here!
Head straight to the specific trains here!
Activities for the day include free all day bike parking, free breakfast, and the chance to learn more about resources for bike commuters and bike safety.
Bike to Work Day Timeline (times and events subject to change)
• 5:45- 6:45 AM | Bike Trains depart from various starting locations across the region to ride downtown
• 7:00AM | Bike Hub and East Market Plaza/Market St. opens to bicycle commuters
• Temporary parking by Pedal &Park, complimentary breakfast by Green Bean Delivery, Whole Foods Market, and coffee served by Tinker Street Coffee
• All day bike parking (showers & lockers incl.) is available in the Indy Bike Hub YMCA
• 7:30AM | Comments by representatives from the Indianapolis cycling community, including IndyCog Executive Director, Damon Richards
• 7:45AM | Comments by Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett
• 9:00AM | Festivities in East Market Plaza conclude and temporary outdoor bike parking ends
• Noon | Free bike commuter lunch and learn at the Indy Bike Hub YMCA.
• 4:30PM to 6:30PM | Bike trains depart for home (Meet in front of Indy Bike Hub YMCA)
• 7:00PM | All-day parking expires at the Indy Bike Hub YMCA
The CIBA Weekend Rides for Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7 have been re-scheduled to later start times.
May Madness has been re-scheduled to start at 2 p.m on Saturday, May 6 (tomorrow).
The ride start location remains the same: Family Leisure, Oaklandon Commons, 11811 Pendleton Pike, Indianapolis, IN 46236
Tour of Three Counties has been re-scheduled to start at 12 p.m. (Noon) on Sunday, May 7.
That ride start is at Fishback Public Academy - 8301 W. 86th St., Indianapolis.
See the ride calendar schedule at CIBAride.org.
Any further changes will be announced at the CIBA Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/groups/9399031404
Working with IndyCog.org, CIBA and Indy Bike Trains are organizing a series of group rides, or bike trains, downtown on Bike To Work Day.
Never ridden your bike to work? These trains are a great opportunity to get your feet wet with a group of other riders.
To view information about the start locations of the ride trains, distances, departures times and ride leader contact information, click here.
Please note, some rides DO NOT have a group return ride at the end of the day, so please plan accordingly!
Saturday's Grand Touring Ride (4/29/17) in Metamora is CANCELED due to potential thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding.
Due to the forecast for steady rain on Saturday morning, we'd like to save a few hundred bananas a trip to the compost by postponing the Tour of Three Counties until next Sunday, May 7th, at 9:00 am. - for Tom Schumacker
In addition to the outstanding work that Don Silas and others have done to build a group of cyclists who ride longer distances in a no one is left behind format, the club is also working to reboot our legacy mentoring program. We have passed the point of admitting our long standing deficiencies and are working to meaningfully move our actions to directly align with our mission statement.
What we are doing: We will build a group of ride guides who can provide an excellent group ride experience for new/novice/inexperienced riders at a pace and distance that suits them whatever that may be.
When are we doing this: Our goal is to provide this experience on every CIBA ride. For this season we have targeted at least 6 rides as a pilot which are Old Schoolhouse Tour (April 15th) , Pedalmentalist (April 16th), Tour of the Boonies (May 21st), Gray Goat Franklin Start of Summer (June 17th), Nutter Butter (June 24th), and Tri County (July 15th). More may be added at a later time.
You can help in two ways... Sign up to be a guide or group participant and/or help spread the word and invite people to come to these 6 rides.
More info can be found here:
Full details on our vision and goals
Description of Ride Guide Co-leader
Rookie Ride Guide Signup
CIBA/IndyPL Speaker Series with Dean Peterson
Wed, January 18, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
40 E St Clair St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, USA
Dean Peterson, Marian University Cycling Head Coach •Arguably one of the most successful coaches in the country in any sport, Dean Peterson enters his 10th season at the helm of the most successful program in collegiate cycling history. •In addition to his duties as head cycling coach, Peterson is also the director of the Indy Cycloplex where he leads a small staff and community volunteers dedicated to advancing the mission of cycling in central Indiana. •Peterson brings 33 years of bicycle racing experience and 27 years of teaching experience to Marian University and the Indy Cycloplex. He has coached, trained or raced in Europe, Africa and Cuba. He is a USA Cycling Level 2 coach and a three-time national champion. • During his tenure, he has undertaken a strategic shift in the program to advance MU cycling from its track cycling roots to a five-discipline focused program that excels within the team concept. •Peterson leads the team with a school-first philosophy, reminding student-athletes that they are students first and that being a responsible citizen and community member is just as important as being a top-notch cyclist. It is this philosophy which serves as the cornerstone for the cycling team’s three straight (2013, 2014, 2015) USA Cycling Club of the Year awards, which evaluates not only on-bike performance, but team GPA, retention, post-graduation success, and community engagement. •The Knights, under Peterson's tutelage, have won the last three USA Cycling Collegiate Overall Team Omnium titles as the most prolific program in the country, the Knights won four national championships in the five disciplines with a runner-up finish in the fifth •In 2015-16, the Knights have won their tenth straight D1 collegiate track cycling title, fifth straight CX title. •After arriving at MU and maintaining the success on the track (MU had won eight previous titles), Peterson first built the dynasty that is the road program. He has been quoted as saying the road competition is the "crown jewel" event that most people know the most about. He moved to the off-road disciplines and had immediate success that has maintained.
Have a cold beer later at Two Deep Brewing Company, 714 N Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Get good deals at The Swap Meet is 11 am Sat. Feb 4th at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds.
All you need to know is at this link Registration is open!
2017 Swap Meet Info
The annual meeting is Jan. 28 from 10 am to 2:30 pm. It is being held at the First Congregational Church, 7171 N Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis. All members are invited!
Are you creative? What would you would like to wear for the new CIBA Club Jersey and Shorts to show your support of the club? If you have any questions or need more information on the logo(s) and colors of blue and yellow, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You have until November 30, 2016 to submit your design ideas. The winner will receive their choice of jersey or shorts.