Welcome to Ridebiker Alliance
A National Alliance for Bike Riders.
The Ridebiker Alliance is a program designed to create sustainable club team support for bike clubs across the United States. It does so by partnering with industry suppliers who want to help clubs by offering discounted or unique product offerings to these clubs.
A club accepted into the Ridebiker Alliance must have a minimum of 25 members, each of whom are registered under the club at www.ridebiker.com. Each member receives a login, which is then used to order customized club cycling clothing and other items through that club's online store and to set up an eventual member profile page.
Clubs will receive great pricing on the custom clothing, no setup fees, online order management and access to unique product offerings from partnered suppliers. In addition, for every ten kits (jersey and bib short) on the initial order, the club will receive one free kit.
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POSTED Feb 14, 2017
It's been a work in progress for some time now. With enhanced features for shopping club clothing and better insight for admins, Ridebiker 2.0 promises to be a major improvement on our past site. Please be patient as we iron out some wrinkles!
POSTED Mar 1, 2017
Kenda Cup West Round 1 at Vail Lake was a smashing success! Team Big Bear has posted full results of this past weekend's racing here. Be sure to catch the inaugural 8 Hours of Bonelli Park on March 12. Full calendar of Team Big Bear events is located here, and be sure to check out their Club 300!
POSTED Apr 2, 2017
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Youth Movement at US CUP Round 1 in Fontana!
Fontana, California – April 2, 2017: The US CUP presented by Ridebiker Alliance got off to a great start this weekend at Fontana City, California with Specialized Factory Racing’s Kate Courney and Christopher Blevins taking the honors in the cross country races on Saturday. The two young riders (Courtney is 22 while Blevins is just 19) gave a glimpse of a strong future for US cross country racing while beating strong fields of experienced racers.
In the Short Track (STXC) race on Sunday, Courtney finished a close second to Rose Grant (Stan’s NoTubes-Pivot) while Blevins’ late attack gave him the double.
Tie-breaker rules on the women’s results gave the weekend’s leaders jersey to Courtney, who got the nod by winning the cross-country race on Saturday, while Blevins took a commanding lead in the men’s rankings,...Continue Reading