Cyclonauts Bicycle Club
Springfield, Massachusetts


General Ride Information

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- Riders must correctly wear an approved helmet, have a bicycle in good mechanical condition and follow sound rules of safety. Remember, your conduct as an individual reflects that of the entire club. Bring fluids and snacks according to your needs. Protect yourself with sun screen.

- Note: Rides leave promptly at the time listed in the schedules. Please arrive a few minutes early to allow time to get ready to depart. 

- The Wednesday and  Saturday Traditional rides are leisurely (10 - 13 mph average, 25 - 30 miles).  Sunday rides are the ride leaders choice, and can be longer and more aggressive. Rail Trail Rides are generally about 20 miles in length at a leisurely pace, and are confined to area rail trails. These rides are popular with cyclists who are not comfortable riding on the road.  The club has recently formed a new group for those interested in more  aggressive rides, (13 - 16 mph average depending on hills and around 35 to 45 miles)  These rides are not posted.  Members communicate by group email.  For those interested in riding with this group, contact to be added to the email list.  

- Ride leaders may choose to schedule a pre-ride breakfast which is optional for all riders.  Restaurant stops are at the option of the leader, but should be included in the ride description. All rides should include a rest/snack  stop.

 We welcome non-club members, but non-club members must sign a "Release Form".

Rain or bad weather cancels. (if the roads look like they are drying, we usually ride) Check with the ride leader if in doubt.

2024 Rides Schedule

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​​May Rides

Wednesday, May 22
Wednesday Ride:
Meet at 8 AM for breakfast at the Earlee Mug, East State St., Granby, MA.  Ride will depart from the Kendall St. Entrance to Dufresne Park at 9 AM for a 28 mile ride through Granby, Ludlow, Palmer and Belchertown.  Leader: Betty Siwinski (413) 427-6095 or

Thursday, May 23
Thursday Trail Ride:
  Meet at 10 AM at Elwell State Park, Damon Rd. Northampton, MA.  Ride to Station Rd, Amherst with a lunch/snack stop at Maple Farms on the way back.  Bring or buy. 17 miles (with additional miles for those who want them) Leader: Betty Siwinski (413) 427-6095

Saturday, May 25
Saturday Traditional Ride: 
“Tour of Montague Breakfast Ride”  Ride departs at 9 AM from Sunderland Elementary School, 1 Swampfield Dr, Sunderland, MA.  25 mile flat to rolling ride through Leverett and Montague with breakfast at Cushman’s at 8 miles (outside seating available) and a stop at the Montague Bookmill.  Leader: Betty Siwinski (413) 427-6095  

Sunday, May 26
Sunday Ride:
Approximately30 mile ride from Belchertown thru Hadley and back with a coffee/tea stop at Barstow's at mile 12. Start at 9 AM from Stop & Shop, 40 George Hannum St., Belchertown, MA.  Leader: Ray Siwinski, (860) 478-8308 or 

Wednesday May 29
Wednesday Ride:
Meet at 9 AM behind St. Patrick's Church, 248 Main St, Rutland, MA. Ride 25-30 miles through Rutland/Barre. Some hills. Bring snacks and drinks. Leader: Delro (508) 612-2557 (text preferred)