2022 Membership now open

BNL 2022 Membership is now open! We’re happy to announce some new and improved insurance offerings this year to give you peace of mind when out and about on your bike. This year your BNL membership fee includes Cycling Canada fees, insurance and HST on insurance. Due to rising insurance costs and the need to fund […]

Request for Applications for Canada Games Team Manager

BNL is seeking a Team Manager for our Canada Games Road Team. The position will provide support and administration to the Road Coaches and Athletes, also, work closely with MTB Team and BNL to plan for Niagra 2022. All interested parties should send an expression of interest to youthcycling@bicyclenl.com by Feb 3, 2022. Please outline your cycling […]

2021 Provincial Championship Results

Congratulations to all participants in the 2021 Road Championships in Eastport! Podium Results C ‘Recreational’ Winner – Mark SimpsonYoungest Rider Award – Cole LaydenMen’s B Race Podium – 1st Liam Chislett; 2nd Andy McKay; 3rd Connor FlannaganU19 Provincial Champion F – Leah DaltonU19 Provincial Champion M – Roughan GaetzMen’s A  / U19 Expert Race 1st […]

Roughan Gaetz at the 2021 Canadian Road Championships

Big congrats to our own Roughan Gaetz on his performance at the 2021 Canadian Road Championships in Saint-Georges, QC. Roughan completed the 114.6 km course in 3 hours and 21 minutes placing him 27th in a competitive field of athletes from across Canada. Here’s a quote from Roughan about the race: The road race started […]

Municipal Election Questionnaire – St. John’s

Our mission at BNL is to increase cycling participation across all ages and abilities. Cycling is the most sustainable mode of transportation with significant benefits for our physical, mental, and social health, and it is economical for both individual and public budgets. A cycling-friendly city is a more livable, equitable, and economically prosperous city. A […]

Photos from the BNL and VISRA tandem bike program

Members of the BicycleNL and the VISRA tandem bike program completed the long ride on Saturday August 21. Teams of tandem bike cyclists along with leads and sweeps cycled the T’Railway to Seal Cove and enjoyed lunch at the cafe in the Interpretation Center in Manuels on the way back.