The Eagle Cycling Club provides cyclists with a variety of riding experiences. Our members can be seen on the road, in the hills, on tandems, on recumbents and often pulling kids in trailers. We help the community by promoting safe bicycle riding, supporting the Napa County Bicycle Advisory Committee, Napa County Bicycle Coalition and sponsoring an Adopt a Highway cleanup section on Silverado Trail.
Registration is now open for the 41st Annual Tour of Napa Valley!!
Sign up 4 friends and get a 20% refund!
Just encourage any friend, co-worker or family member to ride with you. When you sign up you will get a "referral code". Any friend you get to sign up and use your code will get a 15% discount. After you get 4 people to sign up you will get an automatic 20% refund to your credit card.
Register now! Price goes up on May 1st!!
Click below to register:
It has been 100 years since the last group photo was taken of the Eagle Cycling Club. On August 9, 2015, members gathered to take a new photo!
Bike to Work Day
Join tens of thousands of other Bay Area residents in leaving the car at home and riding your bike to the office, school or just down to the local coffee shop.
Napa BikeFest 2017 is Saturday, May 6th!!
BikeFest is a free, community celebration of all things bicycles, featuring bike rides for all ages, safety and skills workshops, bike industry demos, activities, bike swap, and much more! More info...
BikeFest wouldn’t be possible without an incredible group of volunteers and community supporters. Click here to sign up – jobs include pouring beer, parking bikes, and serving as a safety marshal for our Kidical Mass ride.
Next Club Meeting: - Monday May 8th at 7:00 pm
Check out the March newsletter for more information and to see what the club has been involved in!
Click Here to report road problems to Napa Public Works!!
Reporting problems puts the City on notice that there is a problem, and creates a record of the report. This enhances the chances of any legal action taken as the result of injury resulting from the reported, but not fixed problem. The City (and the County) freely admit that they are responsive, rather than pro-active. In other words, they don't go out looking for things to fix. They don't fix anything until someone complains about it. If there are no complaints, they assume everything is just fine. If something needs to be fixed, let them know. Be the squeaky wheel!