About Peninsula Bicycling Association 

The Peninsula Bicycling Association (PBA) is a bicycle touring and social club for people of all ages. Club cycling is the best way to get into riding on a regular basis, meet other cyclists, and learn about equipment, riding techniques, and the best places to ride on and off the Peninsula. Serving Newport News, Hampton, York County, James City County, Williamsburg, Isle of Wight County, Gloucester, Surry County and Mathews Virginia.

The purpose of the club is to:

  • Actively promote the bicycle as a means of recreation, transportation, and staying fit.
  • Uphold and support the rights of cyclists.
  • Encourage the development and maintenance of bike paths and other cycling facilities.
  • Disseminate information on cycling safety.

PBA is affiliated with The League of American Bicyclists (LAB), the national organization of bicyclists. The club also shares activities and routes with other neighboring clubs. PBA offers rides, both road and off-road, in Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, York County, James City County, and off the Peninsula in areas such as Smithfield, Surry, Isle of Wight County, Gloucester and Mathews. The rides range from slow, short and easy with lots of stops to long, fast-paced rides recommended only for the well-conditioned, experienced cyclist. In other words, there is something for everyone.

PBA meetings are held monthly except June, July, August, and December and are open to everyone. See Monthly Meeting page for details.

PBA's newsletter, the Chainstay, comes out periodically with meeting and ride information and cycling related articles. See PBA Newsletter page. 

PBA members a 10% discount on merchandise at most local bicycle shops.

Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings and join us on any of our rides.


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