Stark County Bicycle Club
"Bicyclists fare best when they act and are treated as drivers of vehicles."
County Bicycle Club (the "SCBC"), located in Canton, Ohio, was formed
The Club has grown to 295
members, and offers the most robust and diversified ride schedule in
all of Ohio.
In 2018, Club members logged 248,732 miles over the course
of 1482 rides.
| Recent Web Site Updates
06/23/2019 Revised Map 379. SWING AROUND CANAL FULTON starting at Canal Fulton Park.
A 24 mile riding starting in Canal Fulton. RideWithGPS added with elevation info and an elevation profile.
06/23/2019 Updated membership list on the Member Directory Tab.
06/16/2018 added June Exec and Membership Meeting Minutes on the Spokin'Word Tab.
06/16/2019 Added year to date mileage statistics on the Mileage Stats tab.
06/10/2019 Revised Map 946. WILDERNESS BACKROADS starting at The Wilderness Center.
A route change to avoid Brewster and a couple dangerous intersections was suggested by Paul Tucci,
map originator. Mileage increased from 46 to 48.
06/02/2019 New Map 952. ERNIE’S NORTH CANTON #1 starting at Ernies North Canton Bike Shop.
This new 20 mile ride starting at Ernies North Canton Bike Shop passes through some nearby neighborhoods
and rural areas to the northeast. Flat to rolling terrain. Originated by Jeff Huston.
06/02/2019 Updated map list on the Ride Maps Tab.
05/27/2019 New Map 556. FOX LAKE RENDEZVOUS starting at Dalton Village Green Park.
A 44 mile ride originated by Robyn Stoney-Cordier and Tom Kinney starting at Village Green Park in Dalton
with a stop at Michael’s Bakery in Orrville. Mostly rolling, rural terrain. Johnson Woods Nature Preserve
at Mile 11 contains several 400 year old trees some of the oldest and largest in OH.
05/26/2019 New Map 555. NOT ANOTHER MAP TO ROOTSTOWN! starting at Alpine Community Park.
Starts at Alpine Park with a rest stop at the Rootstown McDonald’s. 50 miles. Originated by Tom Kinney
and Robyn Stoney-Cordier.
05/26/2019 New Map 554. WALNUT CREEK starting at Dalton Village Green Park.
This 58 mile ride originated by Bill Mishler starts at Dalton Village Green Park and passes through some
beautiful Amish country a bit farther east than many of the Dalton rides. There is a rest stop in Walnut Creek.
05/24/2019 Added June ride schedule on the Ride Schedule tab.
| Current Spokin' Word
|| General Information
Click here to view current Spokin' Word
Dues are due March 31, 2019. If you have not already done
so, send in your renewal today.
Click Here to go to the Membership Application tab
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Ride Altitude Gain Data Collection
You will need an altimeter
cyclometer or a GPS with barometric altimeter and about 5 min. of time
each ride. We will be averaging all the data on
each ride so recording data on the same ride two or more times is
helpful! The more data we collect, the more
accurate the results! Record the total Altitude
Gain & any comments. When you get at least
ten rides recorded, give or send them to me.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!
Ride Altitude Gain Worksheet
Ernie's Bike Shop discount
Please present your SCBC membership card/Ernie's Bike Shop discount
card when you make a purchase at Ernie's. Please mention you are a
member before the sale is rung up.
|The Stark County Bicycle Club Patron's List
On behalf of the Membership, we would like to thank the following people for their support to our Club
Raymund & Dawn Durkee
James(Bill) & Carol Johnson
Jim & Susan Sloan / Madura
Paul & Mindy Borowski
Bob & Shelley Doerschuk
David & Lynne Kotte
Bill & Karen Mishler
Bud & Marjorie Scott
Rob & Janice Spalding
Bob & Valerie Valentine