BSBC annual membership dues are: $30.00 for a single and $40.00 for a family.
Membership Card and Discounts
Each member receives a card which identifies them as an active member of the club.
This card also entitles you to discounts on some items at local bike shops.
The club has many organized rides during the riding season of May - October.
organized hikes during the off season of November - April
Rides: Weekly- Evening rides on Wed and Thur (2). Morning rides on Tues and Sun.
Monthly - 3rd Tues evening ride.
Yearly we have several traditional rides (eg. Washington Island Ride).
There are also other scheduled and impromptu rides throughout the season.
Weekly- Morning hikes on Tuesdays
Monthly- Evening hikes on 3rd Tuesdays
There are also other scheduled and impromptu hikes throughout the season.
Check the 'Event Calendar' for specifics.
There are 2 annual general meetings - April's Pot Luck and November's Banquet.
and 3 social gatherings during the winter months of January, February, and March.
We administer a website which gives members information regarding rides and other events, messages from members, forums, informational documents, photos, and links. The event calendar is not fully disclosed to a viewer unless he/she is signed in as a member.
Support of Bike Related Causes:
Provide repaired bikes and locks for St John's Homeless Shelter, House or Hope, and Freedom House's clients.
Clean-up paths: Spring pick-up on Mountain Bay and Fox RIver trails.
Fund our local bike paths: Mountain Bay Trail - Anston picnic table
Fox River Trail- picnic table and paving
Reforestation Camp- signage
Brown County Bike Route map: major sponsor
Used Bikes for the Homeless and: We take donated used bikes, repair and tune-up, which are then donated to shelters
(St Johns, House of Hope, and Freedom House) who present them to guests for job transportation.
Also we donate children bikes to GB Schools Incentive Program (Nicolet & other low income schools).