BICYCLE ORGANIZATIONS & RESOURCES
City of Las Cruces
Las Cruces Bicycling Clubs
A very informal group of cyclists interested in cycling and eating—not necessarily in that order—no officers, no dues, no requirements.
A local trail/gravel group. Check the Outdoor Adventures Facebook page for Gravalerxs events.
An International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) affiliated club that is dedicated to providing off-road bicycling opportunities.
Regional, State & National Cycling Organizations
A hub which anyone involved with not-for-profit bicycle projects can use to engage with each other to share knowledge and experiences.
El Paso's official mountain bike community.
Helps create safe and enjoyable bicycling to school and work, and for recreation, thereby making Silver City and surrounding communities more connected, healthier, happier, and environmentally and economically strong.
A non-profit organization that promotes, develops, encourages, and supports bicycle education, safety, and advocacy to youth and adults in New Mexico primarily by holding the New Mexico Bike Summit and related activities.
An Albuquerque-based recreational bicycling club for riders of all abilities, from beginners to experts. Club members plan and lead one-day and multi-day road and mountain bike rides.
The alliance is open to all trail users and will be a resource for everything on and about trails and outdoor recreation in the Southern New Mexico, West Texas, and borderland region.
Velo Cruces Studies & Reports
Las Cruces Bicycle Friendly Businesses
A League of American Bicyclists Bicycle Friendly Business.
Las Cruces Organizations that Support Bicycling
A program that encourages students to walk or ride their bikes safely to school.
Bringing out the best in kids.
New Mexico Bicycle Shops
Singletracks maintains a database of New Mexico bicycle shops. Although it is not comprehensive, it allows addition of bicycle shops.
Bicycle Publications and Laws
Scroll down to find illustrations showing acceptable and prohibited bike rack designs.
Pass vulnerable users (including bicyclists and pedestrians) by 3 feet or 6 feet if driving a commercial truck.
Cycling Related Information
Contributed by middle school student Samantha. She discovered this site while doing research for her youth cycling group. Thanks!
A spreadsheet listing of items such as bicycling maps, commuter guides, where to get helmets in bulk. Please let us know of any errors or additions you would like to make.
Perils for Pedestrians Las Cruces Episodes
247: Safe Routes to School; City Councilors on pedestrians; president of local Volkssport Club
248: Development and pedestrians; Health Impact Assessments; access to trails and parks in Doña Ana County; needs of poor and homeless pedestrians
249: Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC); new transit system; public input to comprehensive plan; meeting people on transit
Mike McLeish brings you some of the best advice on bikes around.