WWCycling Club

 Join The Club!

You don’t have to be a cyclist to belong to our Club. You only need the passion to inspire girls and women to realize their potential.

WWCycling Club members find fun in making healthy choices and helping others do the same. If that sounds like you, Join Us!

Online Membership Form

Printable Membership Form

Order Your Gear today! 

WWCycling Club Jacket

Riding Jersey

Riding Tank (racer-back top)




As a volunteer group under the Wisconsin Women’s Fund organization, WWCycling’s mission is to inspire Girls and Women to make healthy choices, on and off the bike. Because we are dedicated to growing the sport of women cycling and empowering women along the way, we organize and participate in events and activities that promote health and fitness, education, philanthropy and building community.

It’s not always about biking. Through healthy activities and positive role models are important, it’s about the self-esteem achieved when a girl or woman realizes she can do it.

 The “WWCycling Riding Club – Ozaukee” is Wisconsin Women’s Fund’s founding Chapter. We’ve partnered with other groups like the Ozaukee Bike Club (OBC), Bike Ozaukee and Cycling Skills Coaching to help with routes and develop cycling skills for our members and those who join in our rides. We hold group rides and training for all females 7 years and older, regardless of skill level. Our activities are designed for girls and women to meet other cyclists, gain skills and confidence, work toward a cycling goal or just for fun. In all, we aim to inspire girls and women to make healthy choices, on and off their bike.

Updates happen often!
Other than our Group Rides & Hills Training Rides, the schedules below are tentative for 2018 and though we do many one-on-one training rides, they will primary be based on interest.  Our focus is to help you enjoy cycling, including those looking to make, plan and achieve a cycling goal in 2018 and beyond.

Check back here for updates and  follow us on Facebook for meet-up details.


If you or someone you know is interested in training, outdoor group rides start up in the spring. As for winter/off-season training, indoor training usually starts in late October or early November. Yoga, strength training and ad-hoc (outdoor) rides are on-going.

Ride Definitions

Social            The pace & route is dictated by those interested. These are destination, no-drop group rides on urban trails or bike-friendly roadways.

Beginner        <7    mph, no-drop group ride (sometimes 1-on-1). Unstructured, slow-roll on urban trails or bike-friendly roadways.

Casual           8-13 mph, no-drop group ride learning group-riding skills.

Intermediate  12-15 mph, no-drop on moderate to hilly roads learning or honing group-riding skills.

Brisk                   14-20 mph, no-drop.  Paceline and drafting on moderate to hilly roads

Advanced            20+ mph average over a 20-40 mile route. Paceline and drafting of moderate to hilly roadways

NOTE: All riders must bring water bottle, flat-pack, lights, a fitted & tuned bike & gear, wear a properly fitted helmet and obey the rule of the road.

​Cindyrella Classic  Register Here

As a day of declaration, the Cindyrella Classic is fun ride kicking off your cycling season.

Held on Mother’s Day in Cedarburg, WI and open to the public, the Cindyrella Classic allows women and girls the opportunity to meet others who like to ride and to set a goal for a distance at the Wisconsin Women Century in late July.

2018 brings with it a new partnership. Chix 4 a Cause is hosting the West Bend Cindyrella Classic on Sat May 12 from the Museum of Wiscsonsin Art.

Group Ride Leader Training

Held in the Spring, female and male participants can learn the art of leading, or sweeping, a group ride.  Our next training will be in St Louis, MO on May 4,5 & 6th.  Follow us on Facebook for more on these events.

Group Rides

Since start locations alter from week to week follow us on Facebook to follow along with the schedule. Generally we ride out together, the faster group takes a longer loop and has to catch up with the more casual group(s). Then we all ride in together. Based on interest, we taylor each group ride to best fit the needs of who shows up at each ride.

Monday Night Women-Only Ride – Beginner, Casual and Intermediate groups

Wednesday Night Co-ed Group Ride – Casual, Intermediate and Brisk groups

What:  Fun and training rides – For Youth and Adult Ladies


Cedarburg on 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month, and if there is a 5th Monday in that month – Start/Finish at the Wisconsin Women Cycling Studio parking lot.
Grafton    on 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month –   Start/Finish at Veteran’s Park shelter


6:00 PM, May – September
5:30 PM in late September and into October
The time listed above is the START time. We ask you arrive 15 – 30 minutes earlier so you don’t feel rushed as we roll-out.

Tuesday Morning – Women’s hills ride starting at Northwoods Laser & Embroidery, twice a month we roll out at 6:00am for a 17 or 22 mile ride

Hills Training

A 3 to 4 hour training rides on different parts of the Wisconsin Women Century 65, 85 or 105-mile routes. Follow us on Facebook for start location and times.

Tentetive dates are Sunday May 27th, Satuday June 16th & Saturday July 14th



Century & Community Rides

Join the Club and get reminders of local and weekend rides we take part in. With 5 distances to choose from, the Wisconsin Women Century is our target ride.

Starting with the Cindyrella Classic, we train weekly for 10 – 12 weeks plus ride other organized rides as a club leading up to and after the Wisconsin Women Century. Follow us on Facebook for details on training and fun rides.

Breakfast/Destination Rides

Thursday 8:00 AM – SOCIAL 1-2 hours long ride.  Meet-up location, routes and pace are dictated by those interested.

Saturday or Sunday  7:00 AM – SOCIAL to Intermediate 2+ hours long ride, dictated by those interested.

Mountain Bike Riding Beginner and Intermediate encouraged

Check here for trail conditions

Thursday Evenings – Pleasant Valley Nature Park    When: 6:00 PM, May – June  (or later, depending on the NICA/High School MTB group’s needs/schedule)

Fat Bike Riding

Monday nights on the beaches in Port Washington with the ZuZu Pedal group.

Cyclocross Training

5:30 PM Tuesdays August thru September

Lime Kiln Park (Grafton) – Sponsored by Belgiamwerkx Riding Club

Royal Oaks Park (West Bend) – Sponsored by Pedal Moraine Riding Club

Winter Riding

Rampage Santa Ride

      MKE –  check their FaceBook Page

      Madison – check their FaceBook Page

Global Fat Bike Day – 1st Weekend in December

Fat-Bike race series… most races have a beginner lap for those who want to give it a try.  Some offer fat-bike rentals. Check out these local races; Great Lake Fat Bike Series, Wheel & Sprocket’s Hugh Jass Fat-Bike Race Series or Broken Spokes’ Snow Crown Series.

More about Trails, Events and Rentals can be found at this Travel Wisconsin website too.


Overnight or multi-day rides on Singletrack, Gravel or Dirt roads using a Touring, Mountain or Fat bike. Adventures like this are awesome.

Check out this one in Wisconsin!

Ad-hoc Rides

Tell us about your rides. Send an email with 1) Who you are, 2) Where you’d like us to ride in Wisconsin and 3) Why. Suggest your favorite route or your favorite organized event. Either way, we’re always looking for an adventure!


WWCycling Club provides members with what they need to get riding and to keep riding. We do this through our programs, education, and support.

We organize and lead guided bicycle rides to give you the opportunity to meet other riders and experience new cycling adventures. We host and volunteer at our youth cycling program Kids Gearing Up,

We create and teach educational workshops where you learn how to ride a bicycle, maintain your equipment, navigate country roads & city streets, and teach you ways to incorporate cycling into your lifestyle.

We follow up with you to ensure you’re having positive experiences.

At times, we offer one-on-one consultations to help you find solutions that best fit your cycling style and budget. These services are free of charge and may include helping you select a bicycle to purchase, repair shop information, finding products and services to meet your needs, or demonstrating how to ride safely and confidently.

In addition, we are involved in a couple grassroots initiatives. We’ve been known to volunteer at or fundraise for causes important to our members, and we always promote local businesses and community agencies.