CycleThe Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association is Long Island's largest cycling club. Organized in 1977, we are a club made up of all ages and cycling abilities. Active members enjoy riding together year round in a relaxed and friendly group atmosphere. Our rides range from short, easy trips for beginners, to moderately-paced tours with snack breaks, to fast, challenging rides for the more competitive minded. Volunteer club members organize group rides, leaving from various locations throughout Mid-Suffolk and the East End. Their routes provide us a wonderful variety of places to tour and explore.

SBRA promotes cycling of all abilities for health, fitness and fun. Come ride with SBRA.

Feds recall nearly 1 million bikes after rider paralyzed - If you own a Trek bike please read

Check out this article from USA TODAY:
Trek bikes are being recalled for a problem with the quick-release lever on the bike's front-wheel hub.

SBRA Annual Swiezy / Pope Memorial Montauk Railroad Century 2015

Date and Time of Event: 
Sat, 05/09/2015 - 7:00am

BBB logoThe "Swiezy / Pope" Montauk Railroad Century continues. Join SBRA for Long Island's premier 100 mile ride. The ride starts at the Babylon train station. Riders receive snacks and a comfortable ride back from Montauk on the LIRR (if registered with the train ticket option). Bicycles are individually padded by our experienced club members and returned to Babylon by moving van.

AGAIN THIS YEAR ... there will be an option for riding a Metric Century.

Registration is by check only and must be accompanied by a signed Entry Form.
To participate you MUST BE A CURRENT SBRA Member  by MARCH 31, 2015 (no exceptions).

SBRA Bike Boat Bike 2015

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 06/07/2015 - 7:00am

Come and enjoy Shelter Island scenery.
Ride the 35th Annual Bike Boat Bike

NEW this year ... lunch after the ride!

The Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association (SBRA) invites you to cycle Long Island's East End. Tour through the woodlands, fields, and shoreline of the North Fork. Take the ferry to Shelter Island. Cycle through the scenic coves and byways of beautiful Shelter Island. Ride with friends, family or join a group and make new friends. Whether your preference is social, scenic viewing, or fast recreational cycling, we are sure you will enjoy the tour. Bike Boat Bike has flat to gently rolling terrain with some hills on Shelter Island.

NO WAITING IN LONG LINES - All materials mailed to you, just drive up, get on your bike and RIDE!

SBRA Super Cycling Saturday 2015 - Thank You To All Who Attended

SBRA Super Cycling Saturday 2015 was a huge success!
For those of you who were able to attend, thank you for your participation.
We had a great turnout and that tells us we are going to have a great 2015 riding season!
For those who were not able to attend SCS and for those who did and would like to review the great information that was provided, please click on the links below.
SBRA Super Cycling Saturday Ride Leader Training 2015
SBRA Super Cycling Saturday Ride Leader Training Safety Tips 2015

Sarah Outen MBE – Adverturer, Author, Speaker

Sarah Outen will be visiting Long Island and will be the guest speaker at the
Long Island Kayak Club meeting on March 17, 2015 (see note below, space is limited, must reserve a spot).

NOTE: If you wish to attend the LIKC meeting please contact Dennis Grieser (there are only 20 spots available). or call 516-695-6403 cell
to reserve a seat for their meeting.

Spring Century Training - Delayed start date due to weather (details below)

2015 Beginner Century Training and Experienced Century Riders Training Information

Come join the fun and take part in on our weekly century training rides. These rides (which start in early March) are designed to get us in shape for the season, and more specifically, to prepare us for the SBRA Annual Swiezy / Pope Memorial Montauk Railroad Century Ride on Saturday, May 9th, 2015.

First Time Century Riders

If you have never done a 100 mile ride (but would like to), sign up for Bob and Josie's free "Beginner Century Training" School. This year's series of Saturday training rides HAS "CHANGED" TO START ON MARCH 14TH (due to weather), 2 weeks after SBRA's Super Cycling Saturday on February 28th to prepare you for riding. The training will start with a 25 mile "D" pace ride from the Ronkonkoma Railroad Station. Each Saturday the rides get a little longer and a little faster, until you are able to ride 100 miles at a "B" pace by May. Past experience proves that anyone who stays with the program WILL be able to comfortably complete the 100 mile ride to Montauk.

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