2022 Green Mountain Bicycle Club Membership
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Presented By: Green Mountain Bicycle Club (SCROLL DOWN to Event Notes for more information)

Welcome to the Green Mountain Bicycle Club. Founded in the winter of 1970/71, it is the oldest bicycle club in Vermont, and among the oldest in the country. Its USA Cycling ID is 40.

The mission of GMBC is to promote helmet usage, safe and courteous riding practices (i.e. stopping at stop signs & lights), sharing the road, and it encourages the usage of front and rear flashers. Your ride will be a safer one when drivers can see you. 

The club offers events throughout the year to keep your legs moving:


Weekly recreational, training rides, and time trials (starting in May).
Practice criteriums (usually six per season).
Winter spin series in the colder months.


Why Join?

You are supporting an organization that is trying to make a difference in the community and state:


GMBC is a supporting club of Local Motion (it has worked with LM on bicycle advocacy and education initiatives, too).
Raised over $2,000 for restoration of the Island Line Trail after it was damaged by record flooding of Lake Champlain.
Aided a citizen advocate in his attempt to have an enhancement made to the Safe Passing guidance.
Helped with inclusion of text in the VT Driver's Manual on how to pass bicyclists.
Made suggestions on rewording of state statutes related to bicyclists.
Was invited to and took part in a VTrans initiative to improve state roads for bicycle travel.


Plus...


Discounts at participating businesses.
Free access to a GMBC winter spin series at Synergy Fitness in Williston.
Eligibility to compete for awards in the Time Trial series.
A quarterly newsletter.


What to Expect After You Purchase a Membership


A purchase confirmation from BikeReg.
An email, in a week or two, welcoming you to the club, your ID card(s), and information on GMBC (this is a manual step, and may take longer later in season).


Lifetime Memberships


At the beginning of each year, the person who filled out the membership form will receive an email asking for verification of demographic data and emergency contacts (which are listed on ID cards).
After confirmation is received, ID cards for the current year will be emailed.
You are responsible for notifying GMBC if any changes to your email address or demographic data occur. Email updates to [email protected] (this is also stated in the confirmation email).


BikeReg Notes


A transaction fee is assessed, however, GMBC is covering half of that fee.

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