After two years off for the pandemic, the JAM Fund’s major fundraising event, the Grand Fundo, is back for its eleventh year! It will take place on Saturday, July 23rd.
We are back! Mark your calendar for June 25th. Freshly paved and safe roads- finally! NCC members receive a discount to race. We need lots of volunteers- you volunteer, you race free! Click through for more details.
After a few years hiatus, local mobile bicycle shop Speed and Sprocket Cycle Works is bringing the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival back to the Pioneer Valley!
Despite brief periods of rain earlier in the day, the roads were dry and the sun was out. In fact, it was a gorgeous evening. The only challenge was the tremendous headwind!
I tried to shame Melissa into hosting an impromptu lobster and margherita after party at her house at the top of the hillclimb but I guess she didn’t already have all the necessary ingredients on hand. What kind of people are these Shutesburians?? I thought most households had at least 24 lobsters on hand at any given time, just in case.
Calling all women and non-binary folx who have access to a gravel bike. Please join me this Sunday, May 22nd for what hopefully is the start of an ongoing weekly gravel ride.
On Sunday at the Dow Pavilion at Look Park, close to 100 members of the Northampton Cycling Club gathered for the annual member meeting.
After a two year hiatus, Massochistah returned on Saturday! Of the 175 participants in this challenging gravel event, over 20 were NCC members.
The part of Westfield we entered is known as Wyben and has been known for its numerous apple orchards in the past, and while there’s still plenty orchards in the area, as elsewhere housing development steadily claims old farmland.
Tonight, we had ideal conditions for the Tuesday C ride, 68 degrees and sunny at the start of the ride. We had twelve riders, including two first time participants.