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SAVE THE DATE - Wednesday, Nov. 19.

Dinner Meeting & Winter Cycling Fashion Show/ Strip Tease!

By Peter Cohen - updated 11/01/14

Find Out The Proper Way to Dress for Winter Cycling Comfort and Look Good Doing It!

Join us as Stan Avedon, WCC Club Member & owner of Hastings Velo presents his informative and lively show/striptease. He will model the latest in fashion biking apparel and cold weather cycling gear. Several of our very own WCC Super Models will help Stan model the latest Cycling Fashions. 
Along with Stan and our Super Models, Arch Knisley, the local rep for Castelli will be joining us. He will be bringing his Winter Fashion line for folks to have a hands on look. There will be a 20% Club discount on orders for people attending that evening.

Wednesday, November 19, 6:30 p.m.

The Brazen Fox 

175 Mamaroneck Avenue  

White Plains, NY • 914-358-5911

• The all-inclusive dinner is $25 and includes tax and tip 

Welcome to the Westchester Cycle Club website! We've been riding together since 1975 and are a not-for-profit organization in Westchester County, New York. Our purpose is to educate the general public about safety and the benefits of bicycle riding, to promote community awareness and enjoyment of cycling through organized bicycling events, tours, lectures, demonstrations and other bicycling activities for members as well as for the general public, and to promote bicycle use, and development of cycling facilities as a non-polluting, non-congesting, quiet means of recreation and transportation. We have been designated the top bicycling club in the country in 2011 by the League of American Bicyclists.

We're open to everyone and we'd love you to join us. A $20 annual membership provides you and your family with a variety of rides; beginner or expert, you'll find something just right. Our Orientation Ride will help you find just the right paced group for you. We offer lots of member-led rides throughout the entire county as well as Putnam and Duchess and Fairfied (CT) counties. Rides are scheduled on weekends as well as many weekdays and evenings and wind their way through some of the Lower Hudson Valley's most scenic areas. We also schedule multi paced rides once a month with food, drink and camaraderie afterward. The highlight of the year is our renowned GOLDEN APPLE TOUR - a fully supported event with routes from 25 to 100 miles. For a more complete picture of what the WCC is all about, read our More Info page.

If you're a new member, make yourself welcome by taking a peek at the sage advice of our new members committee. You can find lots of information on our Link-o-Rama page or join an informal chat group on Yahoo. Please treat yourself to one of our immediate benefits: member discounts at a many Westchester bike shops!

Warren Miller Ski Film

Metropolitan Ski Council

By Bill O'Connell - updated 10/30/14

Come and get inspired to hit the mountains when Warren Miller’s newest 2014 film, No Turning Back, comes to Symphony Space, 95th and Broadway, on Saturday, November 15, 2014. There are 2 showings – one at 6 pm and the other at 9 pm.
All attendees will receive free lift ticket vouchers to Gore Mountain, Sugarbush, Snowbird and Belleayre Mountain (some restrictions apply).Attendees also receive Warren Miller’sSnow World Magazine and a year’s free subscription to Ski Magazine. There will also be a raffle give away for some great prizes.
 Tickets are:  Adults - $23 in advance, or $26 day of the show; Children under 17 - $18 in advance, $21 day of the show.  Groups of fifteen or more - $18 in advance and students $14 in advance. Note: Group tickets must be purchased (all at the same time) in advance and only at Symphony Space.
Tickets can be purchased from:
Peter Norton Symphony Space; 2537 Broadway at 95th St., New York, NY 10025
In person at the Box Office Window: Tues.-Sun. 1 pm to 6 pm
By phone212.864.5400; Tues.-Sun. 1 pm to 6 pm
Tickets online:
Mail Order: Symphony Space Box Office, 2537 Broadway, NY, NY 10025
REI in SOHO, The Puck Building, 303 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012, 212.680.1938
Mon-Sat, 10 am – 9 pm; Sun 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Tickets at Customer Service counter on first floor
As an added bonus, REI Members who purchase their tickets at REI SOHO receive a code to download a copy of the 2002 Warren Miller Film, Storm
Note: Tickets will not be available at REI the day the event, November 15.  On the day of the event, purchase tickets if still available ($25) only at Symphony Space.
For additional information.. film descriptions, athletes, directions, visit: the Warren Miller No Turning Back trailer go to:
The Metropolitan New York Ski Council is a sponsor and will again host a table at the shows to promote all the member clubs. WCC is a Member of the Metropolitan NY Ski Council

2014 WCC Holiday Party

December 7th, 2014 at Holiday Inn, Mount Kisco

By Bari Wood - updated 10/23/14

It's time for Holiday Cheer - the annual WCC Holiday Party where we wear our finest! No spandex please! We have a great menu planned and a DJ to keep us dancing all night long. This is also our Annual Board Meeting to celebrate 2014 and welcome our new 2015 Board and riding season.  We are once again at the Holiday Inn, Hudson Valley Ball Room with a great menu.  Sign up now through the Registration link!

WCC Bikes4Kids in the News

130 Bikes Given to needy kids.

By Bill OConnell - updated 11/01/14

Volunteers refurbish, donate bikes to New Rochelle kids

The Journal News 2:51 p.m. EDT October 30, 2014

Volunteers from Hope Community Services, Linking Handlebars from Rye, Miller's Bikes in Mamaroneck, Larchmont Temple and Westchester Cycle Club's Bikes4Kids recently donated 130 bicycles to children.


ABOVE: Bridget Salice (left) and Cristiana Villani (right ), both of Rye and with Linking Handlebars,

get a young girl rolling on her bicycle.

BELOW: Volunteers helped refurbish and distribute bicycles to New Rochelle youngsters.

Volunteers helped refurbish and distribute bicycles

Westchester Cycle Club member Bob Herman fits a youngster

WCC Vice President Bob Hermann fits a youngster for a bicycle.

(Photos by Adriane DeFeo, WCC Member)

Volunteers from Hope Community Services, Linking Handlebars from Rye, Miller's Bikes in Mamaroneck, Larchmont Temple and Westchester Cycle Club's Bikes4Kids recently donated 130 gently used, refurbished bicycles to children in the New Rochelle area.

Carol Troum, executive director of Hope Community Services, hosted and promoted the program. Linking Handlebars and Westchester Cycle Club's Bikes4Kids collected, fixed up and donated the bikes. Mechanics from Miller's Bikes helped refurbish and repair the bicycles and get them ready for distribution.

"Having the opportunity to link up with these great groups has enabled us to touch the lives of even more children," said Linking Handlebars' Vice President Cristiana Villani, a senior at Rye High School. Linking Handlebars has already donated over 220 bicycles.

"Our Bikes4Kids program gives children what they need to experience the thrill of riding a bicycle and hopefully pursue other healthy outdoor activities," said Bill O'Connell, who started the program for the Westchester Cycle Club.

Miller's Bikes contributed labor, expertise, storage and transportation.

"It's truly rewarding to spend our time helping kids experience what we all love about bicycling, and to see joy on their faces when they get their very first bike," said bike shop owner Taka Andrews.

People or bike shops who wish to contribute bikes to these programs should contact Bill O'Connell at or Cristiana Villani at