You have goals. Think about them. Looking to get back to a previous figure? Striving to find new friends and acquaintances? Smile more? Re-discover some muscles you once saw in the mirror? Feel the wind in your hair? Go faster and ride farther than your friends?

Whatever your goals, JoyRiders wants to guide you to achieving your mission. Three versions of the program, for three different types of goals.  You choose which sounds like you.


Meet new friends
Stay active and get moving
Understand the rules of the road & trail
Get outside more
Smile more and regain confidence
Get familiar with your bike 

Quick Details: 
Mostly bike path riding
Casual paced group rides
Clinic before every ride
Four Week program
Repeats April - September

Prerequisites: None


Meet new local riders
Find new courses and routes to ride
Push yourself to ride further
Increase your fitness/endurance
Drop a few pounds
Be comfortable on the roads
Learn to climb hills faster/easier
Ride 3-5 hours (with rest breaks)

Quick Details: 
Split between bike path & road riding
Program begins March 25th
Culminates with Spinning Spokes Feeding Folks Charity Ride Sunday, June 7

Prerequisites: Be able to ride 30 minutes


Find new riding partners
Explore country roads
Increase your speed/efficiency
Get your heart rate up
Perfect your cycling skills
Cross train for increased power
Tone muscles
Ride 60-100 miles

Quick Details:
Mostly road riding
Program begins March 25th

Culminates with Spinning Spokes Feeding Folks Charity Ride Sunday, June 7

Prerequisites: Be able to ride 90 minutes 


Q. What's new in 2020?
A. Each of our three groups have been revitalized to better serve YOU, the riders. Cruisers is a shorter program that repeats 6 times throughout the spring and summer. Pedalers now includes a greater variety of pace groups. Grinders now supports more types of riders.

Q. I'm pretty sure I'm not fast enough for any of these programs, what do I do?
A. Sign up and show up! The JoyRider programs are developmental programs to help you achieve your goals. The coaches won't leave you behind and you will always have someone to ride with. If you want to push a little harder, jump in with the Grinders.

Q. I feel like I'm between two programs, which one do I choose?
A. We always recommend to GO FOR IT! Sign up for the "bigger" one, but it is completely up to you.  We will also allow you to transition to a different program if you find that the one you signed up for isn't a great fit for you.

Q. Do I need a certain bike to do any of the Joyrider programs?
A. Nope. You do need a bike and we strongly suggest a bicycle with gears.  We also suggest having your bike inspected to ensure it is safe to ride (especially if you haven't ridden it in a while.)

Q. Do we just ride? Or are there any classes or clinics to help me learn about my bike?
A. We definitely have clinics. All of the clinics for all of the programs will be open to everyone in the program.  A small sampling of the clinics we'll cover would be: How to Shift and Why, How should your bike fit and why it matters, Basic Maintenance and Repair, Rules of the Road (and Trail.)

Q. I'm interested, but I want to learn more about the program. How can I?
A. You have a few different options: 

1. You can stop by the store and any of our employees can give you more information on the program and answer your questions.

2. You can shoot us an email at and we'll answer any questions you might have.

3. Come to an information session.