CycleThe Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association is Long Island's largest cycling club. Organized in 1977, we are a club made up of all ages and cycling abilities. Active members enjoy riding together year round in a relaxed and friendly group atmosphere. Our rides range from short, easy trips for beginners, to moderately-paced tours with snack breaks, to fast, challenging rides for the more competitive minded. Volunteer club members organize group rides, leaving from various locations throughout Mid-Suffolk and the East End. Their routes provide us a wonderful variety of places to tour and explore.


SBRA promotes cycling of all abilities for health, fitness and fun. Come ride with SBRA.

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Members Total Mileage since Nov. 1st (2018) ... Number of Rides = 344 ... Total Miles ridden by Members = 56,564
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    SBRA Members can now get 20% OFF on any Road ID products!

    SBRA Members can use a coupon code good for 20% off of each order placed during the designated period.
    LIMITED TIME OFFER!
    This special offer is open to all SBRA club members ONLY.

    DISCOUNT START DATE: 2/1/19
    DISCOUNT END DATE: 3/31/19 (Midnight)

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    SBRA Super Cycling Saturday 2019 -- SAVE THE DATE

    Date and Time of Event: 
    Sat, 03/02/2019 - 12:00pm
    Status: 
    a go

    Super Cycling Saturday
    March 2, 2019 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm

    SBRA is testing two new Member survey options

    Hello SBRA Members,

    ​Due to recent changes in our current email blast software, we will need to find an alternate survey software for acquiring feedback from SBRA Members. To ensure we find a suitable software, please help by taking two short test surveys.

    SBRA Annual Swiezy / Pope Memorial Montauk Railroad Century 2019

    Date and Time of Event: 
    Sat, 06/08/2019 - 7:00am
    Status: 
    a go

    BBB logoThe "Swiezy / Pope" Montauk Railroad Century continues. Join SBRA for Long Island's premier 100 mile ride. The 100 mile ride starts at the Babylon train station and the Metric Century (62 mile) ride starts at Mastic train station. Riders receive snacks and a comfortable ride back from Montauk on the LIRR (if registered with the train ticket option). Bicycles are individually padded by our experienced club members and returned to train station by moving van.

    AGAIN THIS YEAR ... there will be an option for riding a Metric Century.

    Register for this event --- Click Here to view the MAIL IN registration form.
    To participate you MUST BE A CURRENT SBRA Member by MARCH 31, 2019 (no exceptions).
    All check payments must be received by June 1st.

    Winter Bicycling - Tips to get you safely through the winter

    Winter Bicycling                       
    Paul Miklean, SBRA Education and Safety Director Elect

    Years ago, I led an SBRA ride in the winter.  The wind chill was either in the high teens or low twenties and there were a total or 4 of us on the ride.  One of the riders said to me, “I think you broke a record for the coldest SBRA ride ever.” 

    Coming from a skiing background, high teens or low twenty wind chill is the standard temperature to ski.   What is needed is wearing the right clothing.  As I’ve skied in temperatures well below zero, my thinking was, if I can ski comfortably with the right clothing, why not wear the right clothes and bike?

    At first it might seem a daunting activity, bundling yourself up to ride through winter cold, but in Long Island, bicycling can be a 4-season sport allowing for winter exercising, heart pumping, blood flowing and calorie burning. 

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