The January General Membership Meeting will be held at 7 PM on Wednesday, February 10th via Zoom. The program is still under development - check back for later for more detail.
The January 2021 General Membership Meeting was held at 7 PM on Wednesday, January 13th via Zoom. As is traditional for the January General Membership Meeting, the program included the recognition of annual awards. This was preceded by a presentation on road safety by a representative of James City County Traffic Division, Zach Bowman.
Thanks to Officer Bowman for his excellent presentation and to the 2020 award recipients:
Volunteer of the Year: Kathryn Blue
High Mileage Award: Mark Holt
Ride Leader of the Year: Fran Wenbert
Most Improved Riders:
For all rides, we ask that participants follow the governmental guidelines:
Of course, other "common sense" guidelines also apply:
Weekday morning rides are classified as "WAB Members-Only" and evening and most weekend rides are classified as "Open" rides. If you are not a member and logged on to the website, you will only have visibility to the Open rides.
If you are not currently a member and would like to join our rides, we would love to have you! Click on the "Join or Renew" button to see the membership options and prices. You can pay on-line via Paypal or Credit Card.
The Williamsburg Area Bicyclists is a recreational bicycling club based in Williamsburg, Va. We offer a variety of ride options, for the beginner through the experienced cyclist. If you are a member, log in with your username and password to access our Member Only features, such as the Ride Calendar, Message Board, Cue Sheet library and access to other club information. If you are not yet a member we encourage you to join us as our guest on one of our rides and experience for yourself how rewarding group riding can be. When you are ready to join, click on the "Join or Renew" link above.
The Williamsburg Area Bicyclists sponsors club rides where members and visitors come together and ride a designated “route” in the Williamsburg area. These rides are classified by difficulty (both pace and distance). Ride leaders provide the routes in the form of “cue sheets” and strive to facilitate safe and enjoyable experiences for all participants.