Ride & Events

cropped-istock_000015859900medium.jpgCheck this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. You will need a helmet, an appropriate bike (unless you make arrangements with us beforehand to borrow one of our demo bikes), and a little cash in case we stop. Please call beforehand to see if we’re still riding if the weather looks threatening. We’ll see you out there — and have fun!

Our Weekly Group Rides

Join us 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. Whichever ride you join, please check our facebook page facebook.com/mainlinecycles for up-to-minute details. You can also call us the night before to see if the ride is going or cancelled.

Sunday Bagel Ride

Come join us for a moderately paced 14 mph road ride led by Dan.  Meander through the Main Line and Chester County, weave through neighborhoods and conquer the rolling hills.  All are welcome – no one will be left behind. Plan to do about 25-35 miles in 2 hours.  Please RSVP here.

Every Sunday, meet here at the shop at 10:00 am.  Back by noon.  Ride will go if it is 50 degrees and up.  Rain cancels, wet roads do not.

Saturday “Brisk” Road Ride

Feel like picking up the pace a little?  A faster road ride that averages 17+mph over a rolling 35-50 mile route.  Head towards Malvern on quiet country roads, come back through Conshohocken and test your legs on the hills of Gladwynne.

Every Saturday, meet here at 8:00am (9AM in Winter). Wheels out at 8:05, back 11/11:30.  Nearly year-round (hasn’t ever been cold enough not to ride).  Rain cancels, wet roads do not. Led by Jeff Diacik and Derek Barnes.

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