Who are we:
HBC was established in 1982 as a nonprofit bicycling and social club. We currently have over 300 members whose cycling skills range from beginner to advanced.
What we do:
HBC offers all levels of structured road rides on weekends and holidays. Cyclists of all abilities meet from April through November. Leaders are trained in road safety and take our members on scenic and bicycle friendly routes throughout all parts of Long Island. Read more>
Official club rides end 11/29/2020. No rides will be listed on the club calendar again until April 2021.
Please check or use the HBC Groups.io email system for off season rides.
Please carefully read below, the HBC Covid-19 Guidelines and Ride Restrictions for off season rides.
Huntington Bicycle Club Covid-19 Ride Guidelines
DO NOT show up to the lot for any ride if any of the following apply to you:
1) You have any of the following symptoms:
Fever Shortness of breath Headache Chills Loss of smell or taste Sore throat
Cough Diarrhea Myalgia (generalized aches and pains)
2) You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 2 weeks and have any persistent symptoms
3) You have had any high-risk exposure*, within the last 14 days, to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, regardless of whether you have had a PCR test.
4) You have had any high-risk exposure, within the last 14 days, to anyone who is a person of interest for COVID-19, regardless of whether you have had a PCR test.
5) You have traveled, within the last 14 days, to any of the Restricted States listed on the link below, regardless of whether you have had a PCR test:
- If you show up at the lot with any of the above items, you will put both your club membership, as well as the future of any club rides, in severe jeopardy.
- You must wear a mask at the start while signing up for your ride.
Covid-19 Ride Restrictions
- Rides are limited to club members only
- All riders must have masks and wear them when meeting at the lot. Riders not wearing a face mask at the ride start will not be included in any group ride. Masks may be removed once the ride is in progress and proper distancing is being maintained
- Proper social distancing of at least 6 feet should always be maintained at the start and during the ride, including rest stops, red lights, stop signs, “mechanical” stops, etc. Where this is not possible, face coverings (masks, Buffs, neck gaiters, etc.) should be worn and “up".
- No more than 10 people in a group ride; If more than 10 show up for the same ride, two or more separate rides should go out.
- Cyclists riding single file should ride at least 2 bike lengths (12 feet) apart, whenever possible. Close-up pace lining is not safe and disallowed. Side-by-side riding should maintain a minimum of 4 feet of separation. You should not ride side-by-side on a busy road.
- Riders must follow local rules posted at bathroom and rest stops.
- Riders should consider ride distances in terms of limited availability of rest rooms and food stops.
- Riders are expected to adhere to all Ride Guidelines and Restrictions. .
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
NOTE: The following are the current links for USA Cycling resources related to COVID-19.
Currently All Club Meetings are Cancelled Due to COVID-19
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