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Why Join WBC?

If you like to ride your bike, you’ve come to the right place. WBC has rides for all interests and levels of experience.  

But WBC does a lot more.

Our efforts in cycling advocacy have drawn the attention and support of city and county planning coordinators and have helped to make our area safer and easier to navigate for all cyclists.

Bike Rodeo for  Cub Scouts

Bike Rodeo for Cub Scouts

WBC along members of the Texas Beef Team presented a safety clinic and bike rodeo for Robinson Cub Scout Pack 1311. Thanks to leaders, kids, and cyclists who participated.

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JH Hines Bike Rodeo

JH Hines Bike Rodeo

Our club has grown significantly in the past few years, both in numbers of members and financial support from community sponsors. This has allowed us to expand both our maintenance of mountain bike trails and expand work with youth. In April, about 150 children's...

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Waco Cycling Map

Waco Cycling Map

After several years of work by the city staff, MPO board and WBC Bicycle Advocacy Committee, we now have an accepted and bonafide cycling map of the City downtown and surrounding area. This map should help anyone who might want to bike to work, school, or just get...

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About WBC

We bring together people from all walks of life, ages, and skill levels.

Weekly Rides

Whether it’s a casual ride, a social ride to meet friends, or a training ride, you’ll find the option and location to suit your mood.

Meet and Socialize

We meet monthly on Monday nights to socialize and quarterly for club business and more socializing.


Thanks to our sponsors for their ongoing support of cycling in Waco.

Gold Spoke Sponsor

Ben E Keith Co

Ben E. Keith Company

Silver Spoke Sponsors

The Bear Mountain Logo

The Bear Mountain

WBC Members receive 10% discount off regularly priced products.



Slow Rise Slice House


Slow Rise Slice House

Bronze Spoke Sponsors

First National Bank of Central Texas

Holt Getterman

Martin Schwartz