Women's Adventure Cycling Club (WACC)
The Women's Adventure Cycling Club exists to promote exploration outside the city in the woods, on trails, on gravel, off the beaten path. This group is for women and gender-nonconforming folks to support each other regardless of skill level. These rides will inspire feelings of independence, self-reliance, and a fascination for touring by bicycle. This group is an active ride club, as well as a planning resource for future trips.
WACC is on hiatus! If you are interested in a leadership role in developing this group, please contact email@example.com and let us know.
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The Women’s Bike Maintenance Intensive is a 3 part course designed to teach you the basics of how to take care of and fix your bike. It is designed to come after the “basic maintenance” course offered monthly, but it is not required to understand or enjoy this course.
On April 11, 2018, 718 Cyclery hosted WeBike NYC for their Touring 101 gathering
This weekend was the inaugural overnight camping trip for the Women's Adventure Cycling Club. We met up at Grand Central Station on Saturday morning, five women with fully loaded bicycles. We decided to cut out miles of city traffic and sitting behind stifling hot exhaust pipes to start pedaling from Peekskill to our destination - Charles Fahnestock State Park.
The Women's Adventure Cycling Club met together on August 10 at 718 to discuss bike packing and bike touring gear. Participants came with varying levels of experience and swapped tips and advice for gear, packing, and routing a trip. The clinic was held in preparation for our first overnight trip, happening on 8/27/16
On Saturday, July 30 2016, the Women's Adventure Cycling Club met in Prospect Park to talk bike touring and bike packing. Our aim of the day was to answer questions, prompt ideas before investing in equipment, and have a test run of cooking lunch and ,setting up camp before experiencing the real deal.