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Join us and other bike clubs on one of these fun rides. Whether you are new to cycling or an old pro, there is a ride that's right for you.

Stay tuned to our Facebook Page & Newsletter for revamped rides and events that meet our COVID-19 shop policies. 


Rides require an appropriate bike in good working order, water, a helmet, tail lights, a spare tube, CO2 cartridge or pump, and energy food. Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there — and have fun!

Stay tuned to our Facebook Page & Newsletter for revamped rides and events that meet our COVID-19 shop policies. 

Please congregate in the Bicycle Doctor parking lot away from moving cars!

DayStart TimeDescription
Monday Night Mountain Bike Ride
More info to come.
An informal meet-up. 

Tuesday Night Doc's Chat Ride

6:00 PM

The Tuesday night chat ride will average 20 - 25 miles at a steady 17 -18 mph pace. In the spring, the group focuses on the fundamentals of cycling technique as well as group etiquette. It is a no drop ride. Contact the shop for additional info.

Wednesday Night Super B's & 'A' Group

6:00 PM

A 28 mile training ride. 

'A' Group Ride: race-paced training ride averaging 23-26mph. 

Super Bs ride: training ride averaging 20-23mph. Follow the Super Bs Facebook Page for more information.

Thursday 

Ladies' Night Club Ride

6:00 PM

A ride with something for everyone! Meet up in the Bicycle Doctor Parking lot and our women ride leaders will divide everyone into pace groups. These are no drop rides, catering to women just getting into road rides to women training for Ride Across Wisconsin.  

Saturday at the Doc

Super B's & 'A' Ride

8:00 AM

The famous 40-mile training ride that's taken on the best roads in the Kettle Moraine for over 20 years. Follow the Saturday Morning Ride Board on Facebook.

*Saturday Chat Ride

8:00 AM

The Saturday "Super C" Chat ride will average 30 - 35 miles at a steady 17 -18 mph pace. The rides will focus on teaching the fundamentals of cycling technique as well as group etiquette.