Twin Cities Bike Club
Largest recreational bicycle club in the Twin Cities
Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores
Dedicated to serving the needs of the bicycling community in Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin
Flat City Cycling Club
USCF and NORBA sanctioned racing club based in the Twin Cities
One of the oldest cycling clubs in the country, founded in 1934.
Hiawatha Bicycling Club
Appeals to seasoned cyclists who like group riding but do not want to race.
Major Taylor Bicycling Club of MN
Promotes safe and fun cycling geared towards the African-American communities of Minneapolis and St. Paul
Minnesota Cycling Federation
Comprised of bicycle racing clubs in the upper Midwest
Minnesota Junior Cycling
Supports young cyclists throughout Minnesota who have a wide range of cycling skills and abilities.
Minnesota Off-Road Cyclists
Dedicated to safeguarding the future of mountain biking in Minnesota
Munger-Trail.com Excellent site for information about the Willard Munger Trail
Paul Bunyan Cyclists
Dedicated to promoting safe & enjoyable cycling in the Northland
St. Paul Bicycle Racing Club
St. Paul’s largest racing club
Twin Cities Spoke
Part of the International Christian Cycling Club
University of MN Cycling Club
University Bicycle Racing Club
Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin
Advocacy group for Wisconsin bicyclists
Chippewa Valley Cycling Club
Dedicated to bicycle racing in the Chippewa Valley
Great Plains Cycling Club
Focus is on competitive cycling in Road, Cyclo-Cross, Mountain Bike and Time Trial in the Fargo Moorhead area.
Adventure Cycling Association
Inspiring people of all ages to travel by bicycle
This link was provided by Elizabeth and Patricia, two children who surfed the web to find helpful information on bicycle safety.
Is a Helmet Worth It
This link was provided by James, a student who surfed the web to find helpful information on bicycle safety.
This link was provided by the bike storage company, a British Company. Although the information is specific to the UK, it has universal appeal, except for the references to riding on the left side of the road.
This link provided by Alex, who got a mountain bike for his eighth birthday and searched the internet for bicycle safety advice.