Below is a list of various cycling organizations located throughout Colorado. Most of the groups listed have a fee for membership.
|Bicycle Colorado||Bicycle Colorado uses the tools of education and advocacy to make Colorado one of the most bicycle-friendly states. They encourage and promote cycling, safety, improved conditions and provide a voice for cyclists using the roads and trails in Colorado.||state-wide||bicyclecolorado.org|
|Rocky Mountain Cycling Club||A premier road bicycling club for those that live in the Denver/Boulder area. They offer a full range of rides for intermediate to advanced cyclists.||Denver / Boulder||www.rmccrides.com|
|Colorado Springs Cycling Club||CSCC is a recreational bicycling clb that promotes safe and fun cycling for all ages. There are organized rides and events in the Colorado Spring area. The club offers fitness rides and social rides.||Colorado Springs||www.bikesprings.org|
|UpaDowna||UpaDowna's mission is to provide access to outdoor adventures for all through events and programs that empower individuals, create healthier communities, and foster a respect for the environment.||Colorado Springs||www.upadowna.org|
|Boulder Cycling Club||The club offers scheduled safe, fun social group rides for a range of cyclists, from the occasional rider to those that have a passion for riding. They offer two levels of rides for people of different riding interests.||Boulder||bouldercyclingclub.org|
|Team Evergreen||Team Evergreen Cycling is the largest bicycle club in the state of Colorado and produces two of the most noted cycling events in the country: The Triple Bypass and the Bob Cook Memorial Mount Evans Hill Climb. We are proud and active members of the Colorado road cycling and mountain biking communities.||Evergreen||teamevergreen.org|
|Denver Bicycle Touring Club||DBTC is a non-profit corporation run by volunteers that promotes recreational and commuter cycling, bike safety, and education of the general public in cycling matters. The Club organizes and sponsors weekend and weekday rides.||Denver||www.dbtc.org|
|DRAFT - Colorado||Colorado Bikes, Biz + Beer around the Front Range. Events with speakers sharing short pitches on bike products, events businesses, etc.||Denver||www.meetup.com/Draft-Colorado/|
|Fort Collins Cycling Club||FCCC offers organized rides for all levels of cyclists. There are weekday and weekend rides around Northern Colorado||Fort Collins||www.fccycleclub.org|
|PEDAL - Loveland's Cycling Club||PEDAL dates back to Earth Day in 1970. The club has organized rides in the Northern Colorado area and also hold events and contributes to civic planning to promote the use of bicycles throughout the Loveland area||Loveland||pedalclub.org|
|Estes Park Cycling Coalition||The mission of EPCC is to promote and increase cycling of all kinds in the Estes Valley, through advocacy, education, partnerships and community building.
"We strive to cultivate a biking culture in the community and make the Estes area a destination for cyclists."
|Summit Biking Colorado||A non-profit road biking club of predominately active seniors dedicated to road biking in Summit County, Colorado.||Summit County||www.summitbiking.org|
|Durango Wheel Club||Members of the Durango Wheel Club have been cycling Durango since 1895! In the early days the Durango Wheel Club was a cycling advocacy group. Later, the focus of the DWC shifted to being a social cycling club. Today, the DWC conducts group rides, clinics, club races and is a local advocate for cycling in Durango.||Durango||durangowheelclub.com|