Bike Rides & Clinics


Check this page often for bike rides and clinics! You can also join our ridewithgps or Strava club for rides!  

*Please check morning of ride for weather-related ride cancellations.

All riders must sign an annual waiver before joining our rides! CLICK HERE TO SAVE TIME AND SIGN ONLINE

Upcoming Events

Date Event Name Location Description Phone

Feb 22, 2020

Sanger Coffee Loop

Sunnyside Bicycles 9a

UPDATED ROUTE! Join us for some fun, social miles as we ride through the beautiful Sanger countryside with a quick stop for coffee along the way! Ride details: -26 miles -Flat -B pace (13-15) - riders wishing to go faster are welcome to join us at their own pace! -Meet at Sunnyside Bicycles at 9:00 am to sign in, gear up and be ready to roll at 9:10! -Route:


Feb 22, 2020

Humphrey's Station

Sunnyside Bicycles 9a

Looking to get some hills in before the Blossom Bike Ride? Join Larry for a ride up to Humphrey's Station! Ride details: -54 miles -Hills: 2470' climbing -C pace: 16-18 with 1-2 regrouping (no sweep) -Meet at Sunnyside Bicycles, be ready to roll at 9:10am -Route:


Feb 26, 2020

Yoga Wednesdays

Sunnyside Bicycles 7pm

Join us Wednesday evenings at 7 for a yoga class lead by our very own Bill! Bill has been teaching yoga for years, and we're super excited that he's going to share his expertise with us! All levels welcome, and beginners/first-timers definitely encouraged to join! Please bring your own mat and a $5 donation to Bill for sharing his time and knowledge with us! (We do have a few extra mats available for first-timers who'd like to try it out!) We also recommend bringing a towel and some water (you'll thank us later). Questions? Message us or give us a call at 559-255-7433! See you Wednesday!


Feb 27, 2020

Fitting Clinic: Let's Talk Saddles!

Sunnyside Bicycles 6 pm

Planning some big rides this spring and summer? Join us Monday for a Fitting Clinic to learn how to minimize your pain and maximize your power! John will talk about fittings in general and then go into more depth on the topic of SADDLES. Nothing can ruin a good ride faster than saddle discomfort and John will go over what can contribute to it and what we can do to minimize it! There will also be time for a short Q&A. Details: Date - Thursday, Feb 27 Time - 6-7 pm Location - Sunnyside Bicycles (SE corner of Kings Canyon/Fowler next to Gb3) Light refreshments served!


Feb 29, 2020

Fruit Loops!

Sunnyside Bicycles 9am

Join us for one of two ride options Saturday, February 29! Option 1: Mini Fruit Loop takes us out to the Fruit Stand at 180/Reed and loops back to the shop. This is a great, flat ride for anyone allergic to hills. ;) Mini Fruit details: -35 miles -Flat -B pace (13-15) with 3-4 regroups -Route: Option 2: Full Fruit Loop keeps going past the Fruit Stand and through Tivy Valley and back to the shop along the river! It adds a few miles and some rolly pollies for those wanting just a bit more. Full Fruit details: -46 miles -Rolling hills -C pace (16-18) with 1-2 short regroups -Route: Bring some $$ for treats at the Fruit Stand! Let's support this farm stand for allowing us to take over their parking lot! :) Please arrive by 9 to give yourself ample time to gear up, check in, and be ready to roll at 9:10!


Ride Rules

Please read and respect our group ride rules, as this ride is hosted at no cost, but with mandatory requirements. :) 
Group Ride Rules
*Helmets are mandatory on all our rides. (If you’re inviting someone on the ride, please make sure they bring a helmet, too!)
*No earphones allowed. We need to be able to communicate with each other in a group situation! Thanks for understanding!
*Riders should always carry a Flat Repair Kit with them: spare tube, inflator or pump, lever 
*Carry some form of ID in case of emergency.
*Bring water and food sufficient for the ride distance and pace.
*Please make sure your bike is in proper working order before you arrive! Ride leaders aren’t expected to be bike mechanics. :) 
*Calling “Clear!” is prohibited. All riders are responsible for verifying that it’s clear.
*Stop at all stop signs. Do not overlap wheels. Communicate hazards to other riders. 
*Each riders assumes his or her own risks on all rides.
*Those who ride ahead of the group are on their own ride.
*Always notify the ride leader when leaving the ride.

**Please check here or morning of for ride cancellations.

***Text BIKE to 313131 to get last-minute ride update and special discount texts! 


What does the A-B-C-D mean?

A: Typically 10-12mph. Social, beginner-friendly pace. No drop; nobody gets left behind.

B: Typically 13-15mph. Fitness, steady pace. Group may split up but will regroup often or have a sweeper.

C: Typically 16-18mph. Fast, fit pace. Regroups only occasionally; riders should be self-sufficient.

D: Typically 18-20+mph. Strong, fast pace. Experienced in pacelines, no obligation to wait.


Additional Rules of the Road from the League of American Bicyclists (

Your safety and image of bicyclists depend on you. You have the same rights and duties as drivers. Obey traffic signals and stop signs. Ride with traffic; use the rightmost lane headed in the direction you are going.

Make your intentions clear to everyone on the road. Ride in a straight line and don’t swerve between parked cars. Signal turns, and check behind you well before turning or changing lanes.

Ride where people can see you and wear bright clothing. Use a front white light, red rear light and reflectors when visibility is poor. Make eye contact with others and don’t ride on sidewalks.

Anticipate what drivers, pedestrians, and other people on bikes will do next. Watch for turning vehicles and ride outside the door zone of parked cars. Look out for debris, potholes, and other road hazards. Cross railroad tracks at right angles.

Check that your tires have sufficient air, brakes are working, chain runs smoothly, and quick release levers are closed. Carry tools and supplies that are appropriate for your ride. Wear a helmet