Niagara Frontier Bicycle Club

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The first rule of NFBC

Bradshaw Hovey posted on 6/7/2023

Everyone knows that the first rule of Fight Club is "you do not talk about Fight Club." The first rule of the NFBC is we can do anything we want as long as there are volunteers to make it happen. Recently, we surpassed 350 paid memberships -- more than the total number of members at the end of last year. So, people seem enthusiastic about riding and about the club. But we need more people to step forward to make everything we do happen.

It boggles my mind to consider that we host nearly 600 rides a year (and that's not counting, the long, the mid, and the short). It's really true that "We Ride Every Day," at least between April and October. But that means we need a lot of people t...

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No Drop Ride -- Sunday, June 4

Bradshaw Hovey posted on 5/31/2023

Our first no-drop ride was such a success we are doing it again: this Sunday, June 4 starting at 2 p.m. from the parking lot behind the fire hall on Long Avenue in Hamburg, traveling some of the southtowns loveliest roads, and offering routes for a wide range of riders. In the NFBC, we ride "at an athletic pace," but that's different for everyone on two wheels.

The no-drop ride is designed specially for newer riders and riders who are new to the club. It's a good way for everyone to get acquainted and have a friendly group ride. We will have club members leading each of three rides -- 37, 28, and 17 miles -- and others serving as "sweepers," making sure no one...

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About Us
Welcome to NFBC! Established in 1969, the Niagara Frontier Bicycle Club is Western New York's largest bicycle club, with over 425 active members. The club emphasizes safe and courteous riding in an extremely social environment. We ride at an athletic pace, and we welcome new riders! ​The NFBC ride schedule runs March through October and offers over 400 rides throughout the cycling season, with daily rides spanning Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Orleans, Wyoming and Genesee Counties. Each ride varies in length from 15-100 miles with varying degrees of difficulty to challenge cyclists of all abilities and skill levels.

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