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The 1400 Smith Street Cyclers is formed to both promote the fitness of its members through cycling as well as to leverage the shared interest in cycling to support beneficial community engagement activities, including but not limited to those that leverage cycling for fundraising in support of charitable causes, such as the MS150, Tour de Cure, and Tour de Pink.  The intent of the club is to build a sense of community amongst its members while encouraging safe and diverse participation in the club.  Health and safety for members is promoted through training rides which have an emphasis on learning and using safe riding skills. The 1400 Smith Street Cyclers believes zero accidents is attainable.

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The 1400 Smith Street Cyclers is formed to both promote the fitness of its members through cycling as well as to leverage the shared interest in cycling to support beneficial community engagement activities, including but not limited to those that leverage cycling for fundraising in support of charitable causes, such as the MS150, Tour de Cure, and Tour de Pink.  The intent of the club is to build a sense of community amongst its members while encouraging safe and diverse participation in the club.  Health and safety for members is promoted through training rides which have an emphasis on learning and using safe riding skills. The 1400 Smith Street Cyclers believes zero accidents is attainable.

About

The 1400 Smith Street Cyclers is a public charity that the IRS has approved as being exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), and as a non-profit entity the 1400 Smith Street Cyclers is qualified to receive tax deductible gifts to support its mission.

Membership

1400 Smith Street Cyclers  Membership

Members are qualified through their status as Chevron employees, Chevron annuitants or individuals who are sponsored by Chevron employees or Chevron annuitants.

Members are required to maintain their bicycle riding competency by attending and passing Group Riding Skills as promoted by the League of American Bicyclists at a frequency of no less than every three years.

Unless approved by the Club President, members who are not ‘current’ with Group Riding Skills training are not permitted to participate as riders in bicycle riding events sponsored by the club, or as a member of a riding team sponsored by the club.  Participation in support and/or fundraising roles is permitted.

Membership fees for 2018 are $30.  Prospective members need to submit the following application along with the annual fee:

Chevron Cycling Club Application 2018