Looking for an easy-going bicycle club in the Canada's National Capital Region?
The Kanata-Nepean Bicycle Club (KNBC) emphasizes the social, recreational, adventure, and health aspects of cycling. We like to cycle in loose groups, and offer rides that range from slow and easy, to quite fast, with lots in between. While many of our rides tend to take place in and around west-end Ottawa, we have members from across the entire region.
Learn more about us, check out our Guest Rider policy, and apply to -- just $35 for new members.
Members can access the Member-only content by logging in via the Log In link at the top of this page. If you have any problems or questions with the system, contact us.
COVID-19 UPDATE - october 24
Ottawa has been moved back to Stage 2 of Ontario's lockdown. Quebec has similar restrictions. Existing KNBC COVID-19 policies remain in effect. Outdoor patio's in Quebec are closed, but coffee shops are still open.
NCC Update Regarding Gatineau Park Access - October 22 - See link for full text - NCC LinkClick on the link above for the complete notice, but the upside is post October 25, the parkways will be closed to motor vehicle traffic and still open for cyclists.
"On October 25, 2020, at about 6 pm, these parkways will close to motor vehicle traffic for the season. In winter, they become cross-country ski trails."
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The Kanata-Nepean Bicycle Club (KNBC) is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization that organizes rides for its members, emphasizing the social, recreational, adventurous, and health aspects of bicycle touring within the Ottawa area and beyond.
KNBC offers a variety of activities with touring as the main focus. These activities include:
If you're interested in what we do, feel free to check our Sample Rides page. On that you'll see maps of a small selection of over a hundred rides that we have in our library.
Think you want to join us on a test ride? Check out the monthly list of rides on our Guest Rider page and follow the instructions.
If you want to try out some self guided tours of the city, check out this City of Ottawa link - Public Rides
Now that the season is upon us and rides are in the calendar, take the time to download your mobile app. Open up the Apple AppStore or Android PlayStore and search for "Wild Apricot". Then install on your phone or tablet and Login to get access.
You'll be able to verify your profile, review and register for rides, and even get directions to the start location with Google or Apple maps.