Ride With Us
Tri-City Cycling's mission is to create a healthy, safe, and friendly environment to promote cycling skill development of all members through organized events.
Whether you want to participate in weekly group rides, find new routes and cycling destinations, or just hang out with a bunch of like-minded cyclists, TCC offers a supportive and fun environment to help you reach your cycling goals.
Membership is required to participate in club group rides and destination events.
Normally there would be an opportunity to drop in and ride with us before committing to a membership, however, during the pandemic we are not able to offer this. Cycling BC's Return to Play guidelines does not permit drop-ins at this time.
Fees: Membership is $50 ($45 before February 1) and is for the calendar year. For insurance purposes, a Cycling BC licence is required to become a club member. An annual Cycling for All registration provides sports accident and general liability insurance and discounts at a wide variety of products and services.
How do I become a member?
Everyone that rides with the club must be a member in good standing. All club members must have a valid Cycling BC licence and balance of dues paid. Once you're registered, we will add you to our club roster and get you started with an email with all of the details.
Registration is facilitated through CCN Bikes and you can pay your club membership fee, get your BC Cycling licence and sign the liability waiver all at once.
Why do I also need a Cycling BC licence?
Cycling BC is the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in the province. They provide clubs like TCC with general and liability insurance, and the guidelines to safely operate.
For individuals, a Cycling BC licence provides sports accident and general liability insurance, plus discounts at a wide variety of products and services.
When you register for a Tri-City Cycling membership through CCN Bikes, you will also be able to purchase a Cycling BC licence.
Equipment, skills and fitness requirements
We ride as a group, have fun, and do so safely. If you are new to group riding, learn some of the basics before your first club ride. Novices should ride with the C Group, where you can develop your group riding skills at a social pace while increasing your fitness level. A and B-level riders should have solid group riding experience and be able to maintain a faster pace over longer distances.
Drop-bar road bikes are required. Sorry, no hybrid, mountain, or triathlon bikes. Aero bars are not permitted on group rides.
Helmets are mandatory. We strongly recommend you have a rear light, a basic tool and tire changing kit, water, food, and a cell phone. Fenders are recommended in wet weather.
Everyone looks good in spandex, right?
Our club kits are designed and manufactured by Safetti. They manufacture quality high-performance clothing for Cycling and Triathlon.
The kits come in multiple fits, with all the accessories for seasonal riding conditions. When ordering your kit, be sure to check out the sizing chart and guidelines as custom items are not returnable.
Due to the need to fulfil order volumes, we typically open the club store for limited durations a few times per season. Announcements are sent out in the club newsletter via TeamSnap.
About Tri-City Cycling
Based in Port Moody, British Columbia we encourage and support members from the community to enjoy an active lifestyle through cycling.
Our mission is to create a healthy, safe, and friendly environment to promote cycling skill development of all members through organized events.