NEW MEMBERSHIP PRICES FOR 2017
Woodstock Cycling Club memberships are only available to purchase online. A membership card will be mailed out shortly after you purchase your membership. Please take the time to go through the FAQ’s, if you have any other questions. Or if you are involved in or witness an accident while riding at the Pines or with a group road ride. Please e-mail the club at email@example.com.
Click on the link at the bottom of the page to purchase your membership through CCN bikes.
Day Pass $10
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Youth/Senior (under 18 or over 65 years of age) $35
Family (2 parents, unlimited children under 18 years of age) $70
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Frequently Ask Questions
Do I need to be a member to ride the trails (The Pines) ? Yes. The club is in a unique situation where the trails we maintain are on land that is leased by the club. Part of this agreement means people riding the trails need to be club members. There is a Day Pass $10 per person.
What does my membership fee go towards? Most of the money collected from membership fees go towards paying the lease for the land the trails are on and the insurance needed to secure that lease. Our lease and insurance fees represent an annual cost of approx $5000. The rest of the money goes to trail up keep and general costs associated with running a club.
How long is my membership good for? Club memberships are good for the calendar year they are purchased in. All club memberships expire on Dec 31st of the year they are purchased in. DAY PASSES end at midnight of day purchased.
Does my OCA membership give me a discount? No. The club gets its insurance through IMBA. Unfortunately OCA insurance does not cover the requirements of our lease.
When can I ride The Pines? After you have your membership, whenever you want! The Pines is available to ride year around, including night rides.
Are there day passes? Yes there is! Day Passes are $10 per person and good until midnight on the day purchased.
How does The Pines hold up to rain? Great! After the spring thaw it is extremely unlikely that the trails will ever be too wet to ride. You’ll likely be thinking of building an ark before you can’t ride the trails.
Do I need a helmet? Of course! Helmets are mandatory for all club rides and anytime you are riding at The Pines
What do I do if I have an accident or witness one? Please e-mail the club at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details.
Memberships are now available. Notice the new rates. See you on the trails.
Know the code ride with in it. Hiking is not permitted but trail crews are often on trails.