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The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.


Future Events

May, 2022

Saturday
28
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Sunday
29
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June, 2022

Wednesday
1
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Join us for a casual fun ride from Andersonville to Pilsen and back.
Friday
3
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Various routes, 15-100 miles. See event web site for details.
Saturday
4
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Various routes, 15-100 miles. See event web site for details.
Saturday
4
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Sunday
5
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Various routes, 15-100 miles. See event web site for details.
Sunday
5
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Saturday
11
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Sunday
12
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Saturday
18
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TPAN‘s Ride for Life Chicago is the only event of its kind in the Midwest to support services for people living with HIV or at risk. Cyclists ride 200 miles (100-mile + 50-mile options available) to raise money that helps TPAN and community partners provide housing, healthcare, and mental health services to thousands of Chicago‘s vulnerable.
Saturday
18
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Join us for a fun time supporting Ride For Life Chicago riders.
Saturday
18
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Sunday
19
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TPAN‘s Ride for Life Chicago is the only event of its kind in the Midwest to support services for people living with HIV or at risk. Cyclists ride 200 miles (100-mile + 50-mile options available) to raise money that helps TPAN and community partners provide housing, healthcare, and mental health services to thousands of Chicago‘s vulnerable.
Sunday
19
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Thursday
23
TBD
6:30 PM
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Let's do some catching up and chat about what's coming up with the club. As always, new and bike-curious friends welcome!
Saturday
25
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Join WCCC in staffing the Gear Check at Proud to Run!
Saturday
25
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Sunday
26
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July, 2022

Saturday
2
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Sunday
3
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Monday
4
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Come join us for an annual Barrington ride! We’ll wind around through the Barrington countryside amongst rolling hills, lakes and beautiful scenery.
Saturday
9
Saturday
9
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Sunday
10
Sunday
10
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Wednesday
13
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Join us for a casual fun ride from SoFo Tap in Andersonville to Green Room Tap in Pilsen and back.
Saturday
16
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Tour des Lakes travels around several lakes in Kosciusko County including Syracuse Lake, Lake Wawasee, Papakeechee Lake, Webster Lake and Tippecanoe Lake. Between the lakes, you will enjoy a beautiful ride through the countryside and through quaint small towns. The tour rides are a 30k, 55k and 100k. Along the way, there will be SAG stops for a quick healthy snack and drink.
Saturday
16
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RAIN is a one-day bicycle ride across Indiana that is in its 34th year. The 160-mile course runs from West Terre Haute to Richmond, following the Historic National Road (US 40) for much of the way.
Saturday
16
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Sunday
17
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Friday
22
Saturday
23
Saturday
23
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Sunday
24
Sunday
24
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Saturday
30
Saturday
30
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Sunday
31
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August, 2022

Saturday
6
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The ride has four distance options, the 50K, 100K, 150K, and 200K to challenge you. The elevation of these distances ranges from 700 ft all the up to 1300 + ft. This course will challenge you physically and mentally through the beautiful glacier carved Wisconsin landscape. You will find full-service rest stops, including bathrooms, at various locations, as well as water-only stations throughout where you can fill up your water bottle and take a break, but those will not have restrooms.

Keep your eyes on the road! Keep yourself on the route by following the map, turn by turn signs, and adhesive arrows on the road. SAG vehicles, medical support, and repair vans will be available roaming the course, and at aid stations. Bring extra tubes, CO2 and other spares to use when possible, as it may take some time for a mechanic to get to you.

Staff will be monitoring the course. Stop any of them or a SAG wagon if you need assistance. In the event of a serious emergency, use your cell phone or get to the nearest house and call 911.

200K - Total Elevation 8,617 ft
150K- Total Elevation 5,492 ft
100K- Total Elevation 3,533 ft
50K- Total Elevation 2,090 ft
Saturday
6
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Sunday
7
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Saturday
13
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Sunday
14
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Saturday
20
Saturday
20
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Sunday
21
Sunday
21
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Saturday
27
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Naperville Metra 5th Ave Station to Dekalb (& back)
Saturday
27
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Sunday
28
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September, 2022

Saturday
3
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Sunday
4
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Friday
9
Saturday
10
Saturday
10
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Sunday
11
Sunday
11
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Saturday
17
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Sunday
18
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Sunday
18
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ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF A LATE SUMMER RIDE
Join us on Sunday, September 18th, 2022 when the Evanston Bicycle Club presents the 37th annual North Shore Century -- one of Chicagoland’s premiere invitational rides. You’ll ride through beautiful neighborhoods, view unique architectural treasures, pedal down tree-lined streets and feel the refreshing breezes of Lake Michigan while enjoying the flat to rolling countryside between Chicago and Wisconsin.

The North Shore Century features . . .
A range of “centuries” from which to choose – Classic, Metric, Half or Quarter
Paper and/or digitally downloadable cue sheets and clear pavement markings for all routes
Fabulous food – fresh fruit, PB&Js, bagels, snack bars, Nuun energy drinks – plus something special and unique to each rest stop
Mechanical support from a local bike shop at each rest stop
Radio-directed SAG vehicles providing mid-ride assistance for emergencies
A certificate of completion to impress your friends
Saturday
24
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Sunday
25
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The Apple Cider Century (ACC) is an annual one-day 15, 25, 50, 75 or 100 mile bicycle tour of the orchards, forests and wine country in and around Three Oaks, Michigan on the last Sunday in September. The ACC is a recreational and social tour for bicyclists. It is neither a race nor a test of stamina. It is intended that all participants ride the tour in a safe and intelligent manner.

Apple Cider Century always occurs on the last Sunday of September.

Since 1974, it has become the Midwest's largest one-day century event with over 5,500 cyclists participating last year. The ACC is sponsored by the Three Oaks Spokes Bicycle Club. Monies raised are used to finance the Apple Cider Century Tour, the Backroads Bikeway trails, the Bicycle Museum housed at the Dewey Cannon Trading Company, the League of American Bicyclists, Rails to Trails, and to help fund community youth programs and other non-profit organization fund raising causes.

From September 1974 – 1979 the ACC tour was held within the Village of Three Oaks, located in Berrien County, Michigan, approximately 60 miles from Chicago and Kalamazoo. As our ride grew, we relocated 3 miles north to River Valley High School in 1980. After a 26 year hiatus, the ACC has returned to where it began. We’re proud of our town and look forward to having you as guests to enjoy all that we have to offer.

The weekend of the Apple Cider Century provides many interesting events Saturday and all-you-can-eat breakfast and spaghetti dinner on Sunday. Come celebrate 40 years of touring!


HOW TO JOIN THE RIDE

All would-be participants in the ACC must complete and return the entry form with appropriate fee and a self-addressed, stamped, business size envelope. This will assure a return of your confirmation letter, with directions and motel and campground information. Because we must limit entries, you must act promptly to assure yourself a place. Remember that m
Sunday
25
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October, 2022

Saturday
1
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Sunday
2
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Saturday
8
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Sunday
9
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Saturday
15
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Sunday
16
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Friday
21
Saturday
22
Saturday
22
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Sunday
23
Sunday
23
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Saturday
29
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Sunday
30
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