Greenway Cyclists of The Triangle Weekly Group Rides

Varies, Triangle Area, NC- January 20th will be our inaugural ride from The Glass Jug Beer Lab.
Friday, January 20, 2023 - 10:00am to Sunday, December 31, 2023 - 3:00pm

The Greenway Cyclists of the Triangle lead weekly rides, mostly on greenways, throughout the Triangle area year-round. Join the meetup at this link for more information!


JAN 20, 2023: We'll start from their Greenwood Commons location and ride a 24-mile loop around Durham, about half on the American Tobacco Trail (ATT) and half on city streets. After the ride, consider Sarah's Empanadas to accompany your beverage on the Glass Jug's back patio. Routing:


What we're about


We have several event organizers that host variations of mostly Greenway riding in the Triangle of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill which includes Cary. Some events have a focus on Fitness; other rides focus on Enjoying the Outdoors or Socials on Bike. Other Meetup groups are more appropriate for competitive racing cyclists. We like cycling for many different reasons and want to share riding opportunities on safe and comfortable routes. Average ride speeds may vary from 10 mph to 15 mph and in range from 10 to 40 miles; these will be specified in the event description.

Participants accept responsibility for their own safety by joining an event. We require participants to wear a properly fitting helmet and carry a form of identification. If rides are during dawn, dusk or night, serious lights are required. Participants need to supply their own water and carry replacement bike tubes. We do not promise to have a mechanic or even someone handy at changing a flat tire, but we will assist as best we can. We will not subdivide a group into smaller than three people in the event a participant needs assistance with a mechanical or medical issue. Should you become unconscious during a ride we will attempt to call an ambulance. Anyone desiring or needing to leave an event in progress is asked to advise the event organizer. Anyone who leaves an event in progress without telling any organizer or group leader may be assumed to be a missing person and reported as such. Anyone leaving an event in progress without checking out with a leader may be dropped from the group.

A bad day biking is better than a good day at the office. Peace be the Journey.