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Come in to the store and learn some of the great places Maryland and the surrounding area has to offer. One of our staff members will be more then happy to offer their suggestions and offer you some resources in our store. To get started check out the listings below. Check back often as we continue to add to the list!

Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. Rides require, at minimum, an appropriate bike in good working order, water, and a helmet. We suggest a spare tube, energy food, maybe a little cash in case we stop, and your biggest smile! Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there — and have fun!

Weekly Events

Day Start Time Description Location Phone


6:00 PM

***April 14, 2020***Beginner Road Ride - Join us for a 15 - 20 mile road ride. Pace will be 14 mph average. Perfect for the new road cyclist or those who enjoy a relaxed pace.

Crofton Bike Doctor


Thursday Evening

6:00 PM

*** March 12, 2020 ***Our Thursday night group ride will be at 6:00 PM. We will be riding for one to two hours as daylight allows. This ride is for road. Average speed is around 18mph.

Crofton Bike Doctor




2020 Dates Coming Soon Crofton Bike Doctor Casual Trail Ride - A moderately paced social no drop ride that is perfect for a fitness (FX) hybrid, dual sport or new road rider! Leaving from the WB&A Trail Parking lot (on Patuxent Road) The ride will start in the parking lot( Wheels down at 8am) traveling north to Odenton, once in Odenton the ride will turn around head back to the parking lot, congratulations you’ve just completed 7 miles. Once back rider can choose to end the ride or continue to the end of the WB&A trail at the Patuxent river. This option will add about 4.4 miles for a total of 11.4 miles. Requirements for the ride: 1. Helmet 2. Water ( Recommend 2 bottles) 3. Any riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult for the entire ride

WB&A Trail Parking Lot


Classes and Clinics

Women's Basic Bike Class: We’ll teach you basic cycling techniques and road side repairs that will allow you to get the most out of your riding time. You'll learn some tips and tricks to increase the fun factor while you are out on your bike. There will also be a Q & A Session.

Mechanics 101 for the New Bike Owner: This is the ideal class for the new bike owner or for the person who just wants to know a little more about how their bike works. You'll learn how to fix a flat tire, basic road side repair, and basic bike maintenance. Class space is limited to ten students per session.

Mechanics 201 for Advanced Cyclists: This class will cover all the basics that are used to adjust your bike and keep it properly running. We will cover such topics as gear and brake adjustments and other items related to general maintenance. This class features a low teacher-to-student ratio. Class space is limited to eight students per session. 

Mechanics 301 for the Home Mechanic: Learn the Tips and Tricks from the Pro's. Mechanics 301 will deal with general installation of bicycle components. Such as headset installation, bottom bracket  installation. This class is limited to four students since it is very hands on. Course material will be customizable somewhat by the participants.  Group Discounts Available for three or more students. We also offer one on one classes as well as off-site classes please contact us for more information.

Triathlon 101: Learn tips and tricks in preparing and participating in your first triathlon. Our Triathlon experts will help you prepare for your first triathlon and give you valuable information on how to avoid some basic mistakes. You'll know more of what to expect during your triathlon and be more prepared when race day arrives. Space is limited please RSVP.

Introduction to Bicycle Fit and Rider Comfort:  Learn how your cycling position affects comfort. We'll cover basic fit issues and solutions to address them.  You'll gain knowledge on how the three contact points affect your comfort and how to alleviate problem areas on your bike while increasing your understanding of the causes.

New Owners Bike Clinic

This is the ideal class for the new bike owner or for the person who just wants to know a little more about how their bike works. You'll learn how to fix a flat tire, basic road side repair, and basic bike maintenance. 

New Owners Clinics are generally held on Saturday's, with an occasional weeknight class. Class length is approximately an hour.

Have a group that is interested in learning more? Ask us about an on-site presentation to your group.

Day Start Time Description Location Phone

Saturday Sept 1st

9:00 AM

Ever wanted to know how to fix a flat? Some tips and tricks to help you get back on the road when something unexpected comes up?

Crofton Bike Doctor


Saturday Annapolis Bicycle Club Weekday Rides

Saturday Rides - Meet at the Davidsonville Park n Ride at Route 424 and Route 50. Ride varies by week, Deale, Galesville and Southern Anne Arundel County.


Date Event Name Location Description Phone

Sep 26, 2020

Cannonball Century

Curtis Memorial Park at 58 Jesse Curtis Lane Hartwood, Virginia

32 - 100 mile routes. The sprawling countryside of Stafford and Fauquier counties near Fredericksburg provides the ideal site for a fun, safe day of recreational bicycling. Secluded woodland roads, ranches and farms form the backdrop for Fredericksburg Cyclist's 20th annual Cannonball Century. Plan for a longer visit to include historic downtown Fredericksburg with craft & antique shops, unique family-owned restaurants as well as civil war era attractions, recognizing a pivotal time in our Nation's history.

Sep 26, 2020

Intercourse Amish Bike Ride

3730 Old Philadelphia Pike, Gordonville, PA 17529

The Intercourse Amish Bike Ride winds through rolling farmland on quiet, country roads. Forget the tourist traps, we'll take you on roads only the locals know, and refuel you with rest stops that continue our authentic Lancaster County feel. Choose from an 8-mile ramble ride, a 30-mile, and a 54-mile route. Post-ride, we'll gather for a time-honored Lancaster County tradition - a chicken barbecue in the park. Your post-ride meal, as well as pre-ride coffee and donuts, are included in your registration fee.

(717) 929-0327

Sep 26, 2020

Bike Your Park Day


Explore parks and public lands by bicycle on September 26, 2020 with thousands of others throughout the world on the same day. Ride any distance on roads, paved bike paths, or single track. Make a day of it and stop to enjoy a spectacular view, treat yourself to your favorite ice cream, cool your toes in a lake, or learn something new at an historical site.

Sep 29, 2020

NJ Mountain Bike Festival

Ringwood, NJ 08844

The festival is at Shepherd Lake Recreation Area in Ringwood State Park. A $5 parking fee per event vehicle will be collected by park staff. There is an additional $20 per adult entrance fee or $10 in advance. Kids are free.

(973) 506-9293

Oct 3, 2020

Savage Century

Newark, DE

Enjoy the lovely state of Delaware while you ride various routes from 40, 60, 75 or 100 miles in the Savage century.

Oct 3, 2020

Mountains to Coast (7-Days)

North Carolina - Route Announcement in late January

Oct 4, 2020

Lifeline 100

Kinder Farm Park

Earlybird 2020 Registration is Open! The Lifeline100 at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville, MD offers a unique organized ride experience for cyclists of all ages and abilities with scenic 100 and 65 mile routes on road and paved trail; and 30 and 15 mile routes on paved trail only. Thanks to our generous sponsor Prophasys, riders with special needs and their accompanying rider can register at a special 2 for 1 rate.

Oct 10, 2020

Seagull Century

Salisbury University Salisbury, MD

Seagull Century is a cycling tradition in the mid Atlantic area. Don't miss one of the Top 10 Centuries in North America.


Oct 11, 2020

Covered Bridges Ride

Tinicum Park

You have five great routes to choose from -- the family-friendly 20 and 34 mile routes (both use the towpath along the Delaware river, which is a fine-cinder and hardpacked dirt trail, for part of these routes), or the hillier 35, 50 or 63 mile rides (all on paved roads) -- plus plenty of great food. Travel through up to six historic covered bridges. Fatter tired bikes work best on the cinder-based paths for the 20 and 34 mile routes, which visit one (20) or two (34) bridges. All rides conclude with a Grande Finale Picnic.

Oct 24, 2020

Dirty Dozen

Pittsburgh, PA

The 38th Annual Dirty Dozen Bicycle Ride up 13 of the Pittsburgh area's steepest hills

Nov 7, 2020

2019 Gravel Gobbler

174 Middle Road, Nassau, NY 12123

Join the Mohawk Hudson Cycling Club for its second annual Gravel Gobbler ride on Saturday, November 7, to benefit the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. With two gravel rides of 23 and 38 miles, plus a road route of 31 miles, you’re sure to find the perfect loop. Pedal through the rolling countryside around Nassau, New York, and cruise quiet roads past farms, scenic vistas and country estates.

(518) 708-3762

Nov 7, 2020

The Cider Ride

Dance Place, 3225 8th St NE

This ride will take you through the woods on Maryland’s beautiful trails —a whole new world, accessible by bike, and right in your backyard! Three route choices mean you can ride for 10, 30, or 55 miles, enjoying fall-themed treats at pit stops along the way.

Nov 8, 2020

Cranksgiving 2020

Crofton Bike Doctor

Cranksgiving is a food drive and a bike ride all wrapped into one. Ride your bike and help those in need over the holidays enjoy a meal or two. First hosted in New York City in 1999 by a group of bicycle messengers. There are events all over the county. This is a family friendly event.