2020 Transportation Needs SurveyThe Fresno Council of Governments is looking for transportation project suggestions that could become part of its 20-year Regional Transportation Plan or RTP.
We want to know! Please tell us by participating in a very brief, easy survey by October 22nd. Submit as many project suggestions as you would like.
Be aware of riders around you, and practice good personal hygiene
As our cycling community struggles to get back to some semblance of normal the Fresno Cycling Club has decided it is time to ease into hosting Club Rides. Effective immediately rides will be available to Club members and posted on our Club Calendar, on our Facebook pages and/or via email trees. Our ride leaders have been briefed on the new protocols to follow to comply with the Covid-19 pandemic recommendations. For now:
Our members are anxious to get back to group riding and we want to make sure that everyone can do so in a safe environment. Our rides will be posted with the Ride Leader information, the route, start time and location.
I realize there may be questions that arise, and we will make every effort to respond to them. Realize that we are in uncharted territory and will be making necessary adjustments as time goes on.
As always ride safe and ride legal. See you on the road or in the dirt.
The Fresno Cycling Club is a 501(c) club promoting cycling and safety in the Central Valley. FCC was founded in 1962, and is the oldest and largest bicycling club in Central California.
We are a community of over 700 like-minded people that promote safe and legal bicycle riding for recreation and transportation. We value riding our bicycles with friends, organizing cycling programs and events, funding bicycle-related organizations and programs and advocating for laws and infrastructure improvements that support safe cycling. We strive to promote a mutual respect between motorists and bicyclists by adhering to the Bicyclist’s Code of Conduct. As a member of the Club you become an Advocate for better bicycling.
On our website, you can learn about who we are and what we do. With events that range from the local ice cream rides to Climb to Kaiser (a 155 mile event that Bicycling magazine says is one of the 10 toughest), FCC promotes cycling not just as an activity, but a regular part of your life.
A number of smaller “ride groups” within FCC will help you find some riders with riding interests similar to yours.
If you like your bike, FCC has a place for you! The FCC sponsors several major events each year: The infamous Climb to Kaiser, Bass Lake Power House Double Century, and others. Club rides are scheduled year round and range from novice level to 150 mile expert rides. We protect the rights of cyclists by following local, state, and national affairs as they concern cycling.
Welcome to the Fresno Cycling Club.
Dennis Ball, President