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Upcoming Rides

Note: a few rides are Self-Paced Rides which are HBC Rides that you will do either by yourself, household members, and invited others.  You may complete the ride anytime within a week after it is posted.  

HBC is Committed to Our Biking Community

Since 2010, the Hiawatha Bicycling Club has contributed over $22,000 to other Minnesota biking and community non-profits. For 2021 we have made $2,500 in grants to:

HBC also volunteers at local community events:

Annual Meeting

Nov 7th - 6:00pm

The 2021 Annual Member Meeting is virtual on Sunday, November 7th from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. The new fiscal year begins November 1st. We will hear financial and membership reports and vote for new Board of Director members. Please register for the annual meeting on the Ride Calendar. We will send you a Zoom link before the meeting.

Octoberfest Pictures

Prost! (Cheers!)

Ride Registration Rules:

1. All riders will pre-register for group rides

2. Ride Leaders will determine the number of riders allowed on their rides

3. Non-members are welcome but also will pre-register to join group rides

4. Self-paced rides will continue to be offered and posted on the Ride Calendar

Winter Walking Returns

Winter Walking Returns on Friday, November 5th.  While this is not a Club sanctioned event, many of your fellow riders get together on Friday night for walk and dinner at D'Amicos at 50th and France.  To find out more about this group and join the group send an email to:


The Member Survey is now closed, the results and the winner of the $50 will be announced at Nov 7th Annual Meeting. Thanks to all of those who participated.

Mary Buss - New to HBC, but already a legend

Mary joined the Club a couple of years ago, having never biked much before, she has logged 3000 miles so far this season. Click Here to read Mary's Spotlight.   

About the Club

Hiawatha Bicycling Club (HBC) is a recreational riding club. Our core value is providing friendly rides and opportunities to create lasting friendships. Our ride leaders and volunteers create this inclusive environment by:

  • Welcoming new and existing members at each ride
      • Introductions at start of each ride
      • Often a meal or a tasty treat during or after the ride
      • A monthly all club Birthday Bash with food, wine and birthday cake
  • Emphasizing rider safety
  • Offering several weekly rides across the metro area:
    • Appealing to a wide variety of rider abilities
    • Exploring close to home or expanding out to the 11 county metropolitan area
    • Providing opportunities for multi-day riding near and far
  • Educating members and the community on bike related topics through our Smart Cycling series

Rides are open to all - non members welcome

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