The Best Road (and Off-Road) Riding in Bucks County!

The Central Bucks Bicycle Club (CBBC) was established in 1975 to promote the sport of recreational cycling and long distance bicycle touring in Bucks County, PA. Come out and discover the less-traveled back roads of Bucks as well as nearby Hunterdon County, NJ. The paved roads that we ride today had their origins as footpaths cut by Native Americans through the forests that once covered this area, leaving you to ponder the history and by-gone days of this scenic countryside.

Regular cycling activities include: evening and weekend bicycle rides (both road and mountain) throughout the year, overnight bicycle trips, and week-long excursions as well as monthly tailgate rides (all-category rides which conclude with food and drinks as well as social activities). Annual events include the No-Name Century ride and picnic, club banquet, holiday party, and the fall Covered Bridges Ride, which hosts more than 2,000 riders each year.

Mostly, we ride our bikes (both on the road and in the woods), but we also are active in our community and engage in charitable activities. We help cyclists to develop safe and effective cycling habits and create a social atmosphere for cycling. While we are not a racing club, there are many members who are actively involved in racing. We host an annual fall foliage bicycle tour, the Covered Bridge Ride, for nearly 2000 riders as well as other, smaller, club events.

CBBC, a not-for-profit organization, is an affiliated member of Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, Bicycle Access Council, and the League of American Bicyclists.

History of CBBC