Lansing’s Friday Nite Ride Around Town: Weekly social ride starting at MSU Beaumont Tower at 5:30 pm (roll-off at 5:45 pm) during warm months of the year. Destinations vary but are generally within 10 mi. and involve food and drink. Speeds are low. Dress brightly and bring lights for the ride home (which is often times getting dark).
Friends of Meridian Township Pathways: We’re all about promoting, supporting & helping maintain the existing Meridian Township Pathway network as well as doing what we can to see more pathways get built to complete the network both adjacent to roadways and off-road corridors like the Inter-Urban Pathway.
Mid-Michigan Active Transportation Coalition (MMATC): This is a diverse group of citizens from Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties. It is the advocacy group of the TCBA (see below). We joined together in 2009 to promote policies, programs, and planning which integrate active transportation choices in the Mid-Michigan community. By doing so, we bring about positive changes in biking, walking, and transit infrastructure and to see an increase in the number of citizens who use these choices as an alternative to strictly automobile use.
Google group discussion group (where most of the action occurs): Monthly meetings are the third Wednesday of each month from 6 – 7:300 pm at Gone Wire Cafe, 2021 East Michigan Avenue, Lansing.
Tri-County Bike Assn: The area’s largest bike club who’s members have lots of good group rides about every evening of the week. Their DALMAC tour from MSU campus to the Mackinac Bridge is their main fundraising event of the year.