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2017 Monument to Monument Ride

2016 BBC Spring Social

A fun, relaxing, and just plain enjoyable time was had by the hundred (or so) folks who attended the club Social on Saturday, March 12, at the Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company.  Many people helped to make the evening a resounding success, to include Jane and John Cole, Cindy Wyatt, Russ Loy, Marty Zemmel, Steve Zeldin, Bill Wiesand, Gene Young, Mary Ryan, and Renee Rees.  Read Evie Reinsel's article to learn more.  


Photo Contest Winner


The winner of the BBC Banner Photo contest is John Isaacs for his pic taken during the 2015 BBC picnic.  As a member of the Board, John recused himself in the voting and has graciously deferred accepting the $50 gift card, choosing instead to donate it forward in advance of another BBC photo contest to be announced later.  Well done, and thank-you, John.


Montreal Summer Tandem Tour

Evie and Mike Reinsel enjoy a peaceful, lake-side stop on their summer tandem tour, from the Adirondacks (New York) to Montreal. Water views were everywhere as they cycled along Indian, Schroon, and Tupper Lakes (NY), Lake Champlain (NY, VT), and the St. Lawrence River (Montreal, Quebec).  Read their article to learn more about their trip.


2015 Weekend in Lancaster

The coordinators of the Weekend in Lancaster, Mike & Evie Reinsel and Carol & Walt Russell, enjoy a photo op in the hospitality room at the Millstream Country Inn, where drinks, snacks and desserts were flowing at happy hours each day.  Read the article to find out about their cycling adventures through the Amish heartland.


A BBC Autumn Adventure


A clear, crisp, autumn morning found a group of happy cyclists in Hagerstown, MD, at Gordon’s, a rustic country store, founded in 1923 and still family-run. Participants of Rich Burns’ Washington County Getaway enjoyed this “gem” and many more as part of this year’s weekend event (Oct. 9-11th).  Read the article for more details.


Rolling Along with Team BBC

Team BBC started in 1999 with one simple goal: Get faster and have fun doing it. Sixteen years later the goal hasn't changed, and it's continuing to attract more riders. This year membership numbers are at an all-time high. Want to learn more? Contact Aaron Mongeau at Photo courtesy of KiteString Studio.