The OBS Spring Training Ride schedule is here. These rides begin at 5 miles and increase in distance every week until the final week distance of 70 miles. These rides are open to everyone and are ideal for cyclists wishing to train for Oklahoma Freewheel, or any other event, or...Read More
Save the Date: Tuesday March 4 at 7 pm is the Monthly OBS meeting. at Grace United Methodist Church – NW 63rd and Tulsa An OKC planner will be there to tell us about the new bike trails. Demonstration on ways to clean your bike chain. Free bike tags to OBS members (...Read More
What is Open Streets? It’s a national movement to close off city streets on a weekend to allow all sorts of non-automotive activity right in the street for several hours. Oklahoma City’s first experiment with open Streets will occur on Sunday, March 30 when a...Read More
Francis Tuttle Technology Center offers a series of bicycle repair classes on a regular basis. The current classes are scheduled as follows: Bicycle Service and Maintenance Students will be able to replace tires and tubes, clean and oil the chain, and adjust brakes and...Read More
Welcome to the Oklahoma Bicycle Society website. OBS was organized in 1973 to promote all aspects of bicycling in the state of Oklahoma. Most of OBS’s 400+ members live in the central part of the state in or near Oklahoma City, but there are also members scattered throughout the state and several who reside in surrounding states. OBS members are happy to provide information about cycling in Oklahoma to anyone interested.
Club meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month:
7:00 PM at Grace United Methodist Church, 6313 N. Tulsa (63rd & Tulsa).
There are no meetings in the months of January, June, July, September and December.
All interested parties are invited to attend. Membership is not required.