CycleBar Thousand Oaks


The grand opening of the first dedicated cycling studio in Thousand Oaks, CycleBar took place on September 25, 2017 at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks.

Highly trained CycleStar instructors take participants through 50-minute rides inside its CycleTheatre, a tiered room holding 49 custom bikes, along with state-of-the-art lighting, video and audio technology, including an onsite DJ booth, and a temperature-controlled HVAC system which cycles in fresh air every ten minutes.

Register for classes and reserve bikes online at or email

Location: 2200 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. #20/30, Thousand Oaks.

Moorpark Bike Rides Social Road Biking Group

Moorpark Bike Rides is a social road biking group open to local cycling enthusiast. The goal of the group is to introduce road cyclists to great rides in eastern Ventura County while becoming more fit. Riders regroup often during rides and have refueling breaks halfway into each route. Purely social offshoot group of the Channel Islands Bicycle Club. Visit for more information.

CycleBar Studios at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks


CycleBar studios, a new concept in premium indoor cycling that offers a high energy workout in a concert-like atmosphere, will open at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks in the summer of 2017. The dynamic classes take place in a state-of-the-art CycleTheatre and are led by CycleStar instructors who take participants through a 50-minute high energy ride. The CycleTheatre features tiers for 50 bikes plus LED light­ing, wide-screen graphics and state-of-the-art audio with a DJ booth. Riders can also track performance data via CycleStats and can download music used in the class session. After class, riders cool down with fresh fruit and enhanced water, while aromatherapy helps guests relax throughout the facility.

CycleBar offers a pay-per-class model, with no membership necessary. Concierge service and amenities in­clude complimentary towels, showers, lockers, and cycling shoes. 

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Girlz Gone Riding Cycling Group


GGR (Girlz Gone Riding) is a group of women of all ages and all levels in the Los Angeles and Ventura County areas. We ride cross country, down-hill, and even hit the pavement with our skinny tires sometimes! We are a positive, supportive group for all levels of riding.

GGR has a very active Facebook group to discuss all things women's cycling related.

Find other women to ride with in your area at your level, network, sign up for clinics, go to places like Big Bear, Mammoth, Kernville, and enjoy a big annual get together with lots of free stuff and organized rides by joining GGR.

Helmets and great attitudes are required! Bring your pearly whites and enthusiasm because we have a blast, go places and take TONS of pictures!

Visit for more information.

Conejo Valley Cyclists


Conejo Valley Cyclists is a popular recreational and competitive bicycling club that meets in Thousand Oaks and hosts recreational rides for all levels in the area.  Visit to learn how to become a member and participate in local club meetings, rides, bike safety, bike routes, local hills, road/mountain bicycling, races, and more.  The club's annual Cruisin' the Conejo event in the spring is a major event that is fun for riders of all ages and skill levels!

Channel Islands Bicycle Club


Founded in 1990, the Channel Islands Bicycle Club (CIBC) is the premiere cycling club in western Ventura County for beginners and the experienced road cyclist. The CIBC is a non-profit, recreational organization that provides enjoyable and safe recreational bicycle riding and related activities in an around Ventura, Santa Barbara & Los Angeles Counties.

Club activities include a variety of weekend road rides, charity rides in Southern California, the club sponsored Cool Breeze Century, club get-togethers and monthly meetings with presentations on road cycling.  Visit for more information.

North Ranch Mountain Bikers

Founded in 1988, the North Ranch Mountain Bikers is the biggest and oldest mountain bike riding group in the Los Angeles area. It has 2 or 3 rides every weekend on many different trails throughout the year, including the Santa Monica Mountains in Ventura/L.A. Counties, Santa Barbara, Big Bear, Mammoth and many other locations. The rides are recreational and cross-country in nature and not for racing. 

The club encourages safe, responsible and courteous trail riding. Helmets are mandatory on group rides and riders are expected to also bring their own water, snack, gloves, sunblock and common-sense tools to fix minor mechanical problems on the trail. Visit for more information!