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Constitution Changes Proposed - voting will occur at March 7 meeting
Constitution Changes Proposed - voting will occur at March 7 meeting

The Tulsa Bicycle Club Executive Board is proposing a change to the Club's Constitution to make membership dues more equitable for solo versus family memberships.

Currently the Club has a single membership type; Family.  All members of a single household are included in a membership, whether you're single, or a family of five.  Until recently, there really wasn't much difference in the incremental cost of solo versus family membership, but with rising insurance costs, the single membership type arrangements has become more significant.  For any membership where more than two individuals are identified, the Club pays twice the insurance it pays for a single person.  

So, the Club's Executive Board is proposing a change to Article III (Membership), Section 1 as follows:
Current Section 1 wording:  There Shall be a single membership classification.  A membership shall include all members of an immediate family or household.
Proposed Section 1 wording:  The Executive Board may propose several membership classifications, which shall be approved at the March general meeting.

Changes are also proposed to our "Rules of Procedure" adding the following two clauses:
4. Membership Classifications.  There shall be two membership classifications, single and family.  A family membership shall include all members of an immediate family or household.
5. Dues.  Dues for 2019 shall be $20 for a single membership and $25 for a family membership.

The Executive Board believes these changes will make the membership and dues structure more equitable among our membership and will place us in a better position to consider future membership type and dues structure changes as necessary.

These changes will be voted on at our March General Meeting; approval by a majority of those members present will be necessary for them to take affect.

Please address any questions you may have to Club President, Mike Schooling, or Vice President, Wayne Mark.  We'll be happy to share the rationale considered in proposing these Club governance changes.

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Spring Training Rides - March 16 through May 18
Spring Training Rides - March 16 through May 18

Join us on our 2019 Spring Training Rides.

See info for all rides, starting locations, and a PDF of the schedule to post on the fridge on our Spring Training Rides page.

Rides are mapped and marked on the roadway surface.  Printed maps will be available at the rides, you can download the map PDF, use the Ride With GPS app to navigate the routes, or download GPX files to your Garmin or similar device.

Ride distances increase weekly until you're riding 30 and 40 miles at a clip!  You'll be ready for the Tour de Tulsa by May 5th and the Copland Classic two weeks later.

Hose off your bike and become part of our peloton.  We'd love to see you, your family, your friends and neighbors.

All are welcome.  You need not be a Club member to join us!
So, come on; ride with us!

 Annual Lasagna Ride and Swap Meet

Annual Lasagna Ride and Swap Meet

When:  March 9, 2019
Ride at 9:30am
Where:  St Pius X Church, 1717 E 75th E Ave
             Lunch served beginning at 11:30am

Every year to begin the spring riding season, the Tulsa Bicycle Club hosts a ride and swap meet complete with Lasagna and whatever sides, salads, and deserts you members elect to bring along. There no cost associated with this event.

The Lasagna luncheon follows a 25-mile or so ride around town from St Pius X church and school. The ride starts at 9:30am and lasagna will be served beginning at 11:30am.

And if a ride and lunch weren't enough, there's more!

Head to your closet, dresser drawer and spot in the garage where your old or little used bicycle paraphernalia tends to accumulate and drag it out. Bring it to the Lasagna Ride and SWAP MEET and make a buck or two or just give it away to clear space at home (for new stuff?). After you ride and eat lasagna, browse the "stuff" others have brought to "swap" and pick up some bike bling for cheap ... what is clutter in one member's garage is just the thing another member has been wanting to have, so it's a win-win!

For more info and all of the details in one place, including a map to St Pius Church and a map of the short ride we'll be taking, see the Lasagna Ride web page by clicking here! 

Hope to see you there on March 9th ...


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Come RIDE with us! ... Here are some reason why you should ...
Come RIDE with us! ... Here are some reasons why you should ...

There are lots of reasons for you to join us as a member of the Tulsa Bicycle Club.

Here are just a few ...


Have more fun and enjoy a safer experience participating in the world's greatest outdoor activity - bicycling - when you become a member of the Tulsa Bicycle Club.


Enjoy a year-round program of rides and events for the entire family.  Regularly scheduled rides led by experienced cyclists provide a choice of distance and difficulty just right for your level of fitness and experience.


Access Area Ride Maps through the Club's Ride With GPS Club Page.  New last year, this membership benefit allows you to download maps to your Garmin or Smart Phone and get turn by turn directions just like the GPS in your car.  Or print out PDF maps with cue sheets to enjoy area routes.


Tap members' knowledge and expertise if you're interested in learning new ride routes, safer bike handling, self-contained touring techniques, maintenance & repair, bike selection considerations, or anything else about cycling.


Tour de Tulsa & TBC's Fall Century  Enjoy TBC's spring and fall "event" rides.  Fully supported rides with rest stops, sag support and distances for all abilities, with discounted registration for TBC members.


Benefit local organizations and events like Tulsa's River Parks, Tulsa Tough, Community Health Foundation, and state & national groups like the Oklahoma Bicycling Coalition, the League of American Bicyclists, and the Adventure Cycling Association.


Mostly though, you'll simply enjoy riding your bike!  What are you waiting for?  Click the "Ride With Us!" link at the left and get started with the fun!


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Meet your 2019 TBC Officers
Meet your 2019 TBC Officers

Mike Schooling
Vice President 
Wayne Mark
Dale Schrimshaw
Insert your name here?!



So, you say, who's captaining the ship in 2019?

Shown above are the names and faces of the Tulsa Bicycle Club executive committee for 2019.

Our thanks to last year's officers, all of whom are returning with the addition of Jenny Kucera as Secretary, a position that was empty for most of 2018.  Give them your thanks for their service the next time you see them at a ride or Club gathering.

Don't be shy about stepping in and lending a hand, offering suggestions and taking part.  We will be calling on you!

Go to the Contact Us page if you need to reach any of us to share your thoughts!

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Smart Cycling - riding tips from the League of American Bicyclists

The League of American Bicyclists has a host of materials of interest to cyclists of all sorts.  Of particular interest are their brief videos on assorted riding techniques with an emphasis on riding safely.  A sample of these videos is shown below.


Navigate to our LAB Ride Smart page for more info on the resources available from the League as well as links to all or expand this page below to see basic cycling skill videos.


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League Smart Cycling Videos
League Smart Cycling Videos

Starting & Stopping


Bike Lanes


Fitting & Adjusting Your Bike


Bike Helmets


Riding On The Sidewalk


How To Choose A Bike


Intersection Positioning






Sharing The Trail




What To Bring


Where Should I Ride?


What To Wear


Lane Changing


Traffic Law


Shifting Gears


Basic Bike Check - ABC Quick Check

Our Meeting Location

The Tulsa Bicycle Club meets seven months of the year at the Hardesty Regional Library 8316 E 93rd St S, Tulsa, OK.  These Club meetings are held in Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct and Nov.

The Hardesty Regional Library is located just east of Memorial and just south of 91st Street on 93rd.

We'll be meeting in one of two large meeting rooms (Maple and Pecan rooms) or the Fossard Auditorium.  Meeting are on the first Thursday of the month in months when meetings are held.

Why not plan on joining us ... mark your calendar for the first Thursday of the month (except Jan, Jun, Jul, Aug and Dec) at 7:00pm with a program we hope will be of interest to you.  Be sure to check the calendar for and change and to verify details of time, data, location and program.

See you there!


Find Us On Facebook

Join us on facebook to keep up with what's goin' on ... add your name to our growing list and connect with other Green Country cyclists!

And join our Tulsa Bicycle Club facebook "group" to have conversations with other riders and plan rides with one another.