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Hiawatha Bicycling Club (HBC) uses the web to stay connected with Club members and the community. Our members and friends use the following web and social media:

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Hiawatha Web Site 

Our website provides our ride schedule, describes the club, provides ride leader information and is a resource for member activities.

Anyone can view our public website pages. 

Our members have access to much more information. By signing in using the person icon in the upper righthand corner, our members will see club specific pages such as ride mileage, member directory, and Club documents.


Facebook – Group Page

Primarily for members, our Hiawatha Bicycling Club group page is where club members post pictures, discuss upcoming events and share information about biking.



Google Groups

Club discussions take place in Google Groups. It is where HBC Club members can communicate with each other about upcoming rides, social events or common interests in biking. New members are automatically given access to this group


To request access to HBC's Google e-rides group, please send an email requesting access to: membership@hbcbike.org 


Meetup

Hiawatha Bicycling Club uses meetup to showcase some of our numerous rides. We always welcome fellow bike riders to join us on a ride. Having over 1,600 members in our Meetup Group, people who are interested in being active outdoors and biking will see selected HBC events and have the opportunity to ride with us


Facebook – Club Page

The Club Page is HBC official Facebook page maintained by Club administrators, and is used to provide the public at large information about HBC.  Our Group page mentioned above is where most club member interactions take place.




Tour D'Amicol

Hiawatha Bicycling Club is the ride organizer for the annual July 4th community wide Independence Day ride with D'Amico & Sons.  D'Amico & Sons, the ride sponsor, creates a festive celebration by offering wonderful snacks and a post ride buffet lunch knowing that ride memories are best shared over food. Tour D'Amico has its own website, check it for a great July 4th ride.




Social Commitment

Since 2010 the Hiawatha Bicycling Club has contributed over $9,000 to support biking in Minnesota. Here are some of the organizations that we support:
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