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Everyday: 8am - 8pm

Club Events

The Cycle Club will screen all major road racing throughout the pro tour calendar. In addition to live race screenings we host a variety of other events.

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Race Coverage & Coffee

- Ongoing

With race season in full swing, there's no shortage of viewing parties happening at the Cycle Club. We'll continue to show the biggest races live where possible with replays throughout the day. Stop by, grab a coffee, your favorite pastry or sandwich, and enjoy the best sport in the world in good company. 

Emily Maye Photography Exhibit: Vive le Tour

- Thursday, July 7, 7pm

Emily Maye's latest photography exhibit, Vive le Tour, captures the drama and spectacle of the last three Tours de France.

A photographer based in New York, Maye is known for her focus on the raw and beautiful emotions in sports, particularly in cyclists, runners, and ballet dancers.

Opening Night
Thursday, July 7
Artist will be in attendance

Exhibit Shown through end of July

Women's Skills Clinics

- Tuesdays: May 17, June 14 and July 12

Essential to every level of cyclist, group riding skills are something a fresh beginner or a seasoned pro can always benefit from.

If you don’t have previous group riding experience and are planning on joining Women’s 100 please plan on taking one or more of these clinics in addition to a few of our “Social” level Sunday rides.

Coach Tara Parsons will be leading these Tuesday evening clinics in Central Park. Meet at Tavern on the Green in the park at 66th St and West Drive at 7pm.

  • May 17 - Ascending/ Descending
    Learn how to efficiently climb up and confidently descend down.
  • June 14 - Bike Handling
    Handle your bike like a pro and corner with ease. Learn how to recover from bumps and wheel touches. Develop the basics that you will need for group riding.
  • July 12 - Pacelining
    Efficient riding in a paceline can make the difference between an enjoyable and swift ride or a challenging and frustrating one. Learn how to conserve your energy while riding in a group with pace lining.
  • RSVP here 

Women's 100 Rides

From CCNYC - Sunday July 17, 8:00am

This year we are hosting three routes at different speeds: Social, Spirited and Adventurous. Ride leaders will show riders out of the city via the West Side Bike Path and the George Washington Bridge, then head north on three different routes to Nyack, NY.

For all rides tuned up road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required. Space is limited, please RSVP for a ride below. All rides meet at CCNYC at 159 Prince Street at 8am on July 17.

  • Social Route
    The flattest route: 9W to Nyack
    Riders are expected to have some group riding experience with the ability to draft, stay together efficiently and be comfortable riding 40 miles. Pace is 13-17 on the flats.
    RSVP here »
  • Spirited Route
    The hilly route: River Road to Nyack
    Riders should have excellent group riding skills, communication & pacelining experience as we will work together to get where we are going at a steady clip. Riders should be regularly riding 50+ mile rides. Pace is 16-20 mph on the flats.
    RSVP here »
  • Adventurous Route
    Killer climbs route: River Road with College Hills to Nyack
    Riders should have excellent group riding skills, communication & pacelining experience as we will work together to get where we are going at a steady clip. This is for a rider who rides long distances (60+ miles) most weekends, has an optimistic attitude and is willing to try new things. Pace is 18-20 mph on the flats.
    RSVP here »

Other Upcoming Events

- Stay tuned for...

  • Lecture Series
  • Exhibits
  • Special Guest Riders
  • And more...

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