Get Biking With These Cycling Clubs In Bangalore

Neha posted on 18 February

Anyone who’s had the pleasure of riding a bicycle through the night streets of Bangalore will agree that there’s a special thrill to be had in feeling the cool night air on your skin while you breeze through a mostly-empty city. You know what’s better? Cycling with company, of course. Here are some of the city’s cycling clubs that let you do just that.

Bangalore Cyclists Group

Founded in 2012, this group of over 3,000 members rides regularly in and around the city. You can look for night rides around Lavelle Road and Shantinagar in particular.

Find them on Meetup here.


Sure, we’ve listed them before, but Bangalore’s favourite bike shop is also a one-stop shop for the cycling enthusiast, whether you’re looking for a women-only ride or a gruelling triathlon-style ride.

Transport Services

67/11, 8th B Main, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bengaluru

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Bangalore Cycling

This is more an informal group than a club, but if you’re in the mood for an unstructured, impulse cycling trip, head here and post your suggestion {for example, you could plan a women-only cycling trip on this forum}. It’s also a good place to post queries and keep up with the latest in the cycling community.

Find them on Facebook here.

Bangalore Brevets

Maybe you’ve been cycling for a while, and feel up to something bigger. In that case, the Bangalore Brevets are for you. This group of long-distance junkies make the most of the many challenging, scenic routes around Bangalore, with rides leading to waterfalls, mountains, and more.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Bangalore Randonneurs

Again, for someone who wants to up the ante. The Bangalore Randonneurs plan long-distance rides with pre-determined checkpoints or controls. An upcoming ride through South India, for which recces are in progress, looks to cover no less than 360 kilometres in a day.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Ride A Cycle

More a foundation than strictly a cycling club, this foundation aims to promote cycling as a viable, eco-friendly mode of transport. Nevertheless, they do include group cycling events and rallies, including anti-pollution rides through the city and longer tours of the Nilgiris.

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.