Local Bicycling Organizations

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Louisville Bicycle Club (formerly Louisville Wheelmen) is a cycling club that serves the greater Louisville metropolitan area, including Southern Indiana. According to their website, They, “…are dedicated to promoting the sport of bicycling and advocating for the rights of all cyclists. Since our original founding in the late 1890s, the Louisville Bicycle Club has been one of the most active and progressive clubs in the Midwest.”

Bicycling for Louisville is a non-profit organization that promotes and enhances bicycling in our community, through education, advocacy, technical advising, and research. They have a partnership with Bike Louisville to offer bike safety classes.


The Broke Down Bike Club is a casual bicycle club. Their main goal is to have fun while on biking with others. They enjoy the occasional pub time, conversation, and exploring Louisville while on a bike. Their membership is completely open to every type of person with any type of bike. Currently, members include people from downtown, Clifton area, and St. Matthews. All ages are welcome. In the summer months they ride 3-4 times a week. Members post when and what type of ride on their Facebook group site. The lengths of rides are from 10 miles to 20 miles with stops as needed.


Falls City Community Bikeworks is Louisville’s community bike shop. This is a place to learn and do bike maintenance and repair. The shop has tools and parts, and volunteer bike experts will show you how to work on your own bike or on one of ours. FCCBikeWorks serves a two-part mission: providing the space, tools and expertise to any community member wishing to learn and practice bicycle maintenance; and channeling the donation of refurbished bicycles (and related equipment and skills) to Louisvillians in need of reliable transportation. The overriding goal is to make bicycling more affordable and widespread.