Niagara Freewheelers Bicycle Touring Club

Welcome to the Niagara Freewheelers

Come out and ride with us! Check the Ride Schedule, pick a ride, print the cue sheet, and join us! Always remember to carry your ID, and emergency contact/medical information on a ride. Stay safe and follow all current government COVID-19 guidelines. See you on the road!

Join or Renew your Membership Now

Membership is $30 a year for a single membership or $45 for a family! Join or renew online or by mail-in registration. We’re growing – the club now has 300 members!

FW Bike & Barge - May 26 - June 5, 2023

Next spring, 44 Freewheelers will board the MS Fluvius to sail & bike from Bruges, Belgium to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Let the adventure begin! If you’re interested in this tour, contact Ineke Brinkman, Vision Travel.

The friendliest people on two wheels!

Established in 1991, the club schedules over 500 recreational road rides annually, with routes showcasing the beauty of the Niagara area and beyond. With over 300 members, the club is a volunteer-run organization whose success is due to its dedicated members who plan and lead rides, and organize social events and special cycling excursions.

Come join us for the riding, the fun, and the friendship!

Upcoming Rides

See Ride Info for Policy re Ride Cancellations/Changes.
Prior to attending a ride, check the Ride Schedule for a possible last minute cancellation!

Full Ride ScheduleRide Info & Cue SheetsTour Leaders Required


Next Event

Hamilton Harbour Ride

Join us for views of Hamilton Harbour that you haven't seen before!

  • Sunday, August 21, 2022
  • 10:00am – 2:00pm
  • Hamilton Harbour Waterfront Trail Parking Lot, Hamilton
All Upcoming Events
President's Message

President's Message

We are very pleased that you are considering joining our club. If you enjoy cycling and the beauty of the Niagara area, we have a lot to offer. This year our schedule has over 500 rides. Check it over carefully, find the speed and distance that suits you, grab your helmet, bike, and water bottle and come on out. You may find yourself on familiar ground or riding in a part of the region you have not visited before.

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