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Welcome to the Mount Baker Bicycle Club


We are a club of bicycle enthusiasts: roadies, racers, commuters, cruisers, tandemists, recreational riders, mountain bikers, cyclocrossers, recumbent-riders, fitness lovers, advocates… We are located in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington – in the northwestern corner of the state.

Come ride with us!

North Cascades Ride 2018: Aug 10-11

Sign up now for the 2018 North Cascades Ride! This year's MBBC Adventure Trip is happening on August 10-11. There are still slots open for riders and SAG drivers (SAG driver expenses will be paid by the ride). See the Special Rides page for all the information.

North Cascades

 

Chuckanut Classic 2018 - Registration is open

Chuckanut Classic 2018 Registration is Open!Chuckanut Classic

The ride is on Sunday, August 26 this year, and John Okan and the CC planning committee is hard at work putting together another great ride around Whatcom County.

More information about the Chuckanut Classic here

Individual Rider Registration

Tandem Team Registration


MBBC has lost a great friend, rider, and advocate

Jack Roger Laird passed away in Thermal, California on December 8, 2017 when he was struck by a car while bicycling. Report from a southern California bicycle group is here.

He was born in Bellingham, WA on Sept 24, 1949 and lived in Bellingham, WA and Thousand Palms, CA.

Jack graduated from Bellingham High School in 1967. He was in the US Navy Seabees from 1968-1970. Jack was a prominent local contractor, and owner of Jack Laird Construction and co-owner of Com-Steel, LLC before retiring in 2000.

Jack was a member and elder at Sterling Drive Church almost all of his life and volunteered as a preacher for many years. He enjoyed mission trips to Ecuador and was always quick to help any friend with construction help or any other need.

He loved classic cars and loved his 1964 El Camino and 1968 GTO and would take them on frequent drives with D’Linda, his beloved wife of 46 years. He also trained and mentored dozens of young construction workers and taught them to “not be a putz.”

He loved God, his family, building things, and being active. He enjoyed bicycling with the MBBC, Coachella Valley Desert Dogs and Palm Desert Bicycle Club. He competed in the Ski-to-Sea road bike leg for many years and was a coach and member of innumerable baseball, softball, and soccer teams.