The best part of owning a quality bicycle is riding. We want to connect you with some of the clubs and organizations that can help you ride more. There are plenty of options all over the Oklahoma City metro.
Oklahoma Cycling Experience (OKCX) – Spreading the cycling love and community across the state promoting and supporting youth development. OKCX is a 501(c)(3)
For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/OKCX1/
DNA RACING – DNA Racing is an elite cycling team founded upon the values of racing and contribution to the growth of the cycling community. While results are the main focus of many racing teams in the United States, DNA focuses heavily on bicycle education and advocacy within the community. In May of 2015, DNA Racing hosted the 4th annual Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic (www.okcpac.com). The largest multi-day racing event in the history of Oklahoma City, the OKC PAC is held each year in the historic districts of Midtown, Film Row & Automobile Alley. In addition, DNA Racing is also host to a weeknight cycling series called The Wheeler Criterium which is held each Tuesday night in OKC. DNA racers and community team members also volunteer for bike valets at local events and continually work with city leaders to increase bike-friendly options in the community. And in 2015 DNA Racing filed non-profit 501(c)(3) status to further achieve the community-driven goals of the team. However, the focus on racing and bicycle community promotion hasn’t slowed down the team’s pedal power. The 2015 season brought immense success in the form of 15 wins and over 20 podiums, at the elite level alone.
OKLAHOMA EARTHBIKE FELLOWSHIP “OEF” – (MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB) The OEF is a statewide membership organization dedicated to the enhancement of the sport of off-road bicycling through trail advocacy, maintenance, and cooperation with land managers and users. It is a club that grew out of the need for cool places to ride in Oklahoma. OEF has worked hard to secure riding areas in our state. Through their lobbying efforts, some state and city regulations concerning off-road bicycle use have changed. OEF is in part responsible for the rule changes that opened state lands and parks to off-road bicycle riding. They have received national recognition for all the work they have done.
For more info about the OEF: www.okearthbike.com
YOUNG LIFE – The Young Life cycling team raises money to support Young Life in Oklahoma City. Young Life leaders build a relationship with local teenagers sharing God’s love with them. Because their Young Life leader believes in them, they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning, and purpose.
For more info visit: www.younglife.org
YUKON BMX RACEWAY – Yukon BMX Raceway is operated by the Yukon BMX Parents and Riders Association. They are a non-profit and a 501 ( c )(3) organization and is sanctioned by the ABA.
For more info visit: www.yukonbmx.org