Who We Are
The New Mexico Touring Society is 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. Check our ride schedule to participate in a ride or come to a monthly meeting to meet us.
Route 66 Project
This club is developing a comprehensive route along the New Mexico section of the old Route 66 highway.
US Bicycle Route 66 Trail Notes for New Mexico
Developed by NMTS
League of American Bicyclists
The NMTS is an affiliate of the League of American Bicyclists.
Post from Dee Friesen
My daughter sent me this link to the bike routes in and around Grand Junction. These are good maps that i will put on the web site.
The first ride through the CNM looks like the Colorado National Monument starting in Grand Junction going clockwise route.
I am guessing that the second CNM ride is the Little Park Road and DS Road. The Grand Mesa route they show is the route from the north. We will climb from the south from Cedaredge.
Grand Junction Rides
From Bob Griffith
Bob published 2 set of photos of NMTS rides:
date: April 2, 2014
WWam petroglyphs ride
date: April 13, 2014
Sunday Ride at Java Joes
date: April 16, 2014
From Saul Segura
For the last 10 years, I have had the privilege of riding the Tour de Cure to raise funds for
the American Diabetes Association. This year I have joined my old corporate team, Team
Trident, to ride 70 miles in the Seattle country side and raise funds to continue the search
for a cure. I would greatly appreciate your support in my efforts by making a donation.
The process is simple, just go to www.diabetes.org follow the links to my name and enter
your details. My plans are to travel to Seattle on May 3rd
renewing their friendship and representing NMTS. The ride will take place on May 10th and
you are welcome to join me and my teammates on the ride in the countryside.
The start point is at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville, WA and promises to be
fun. Perhaps the host will have some samples of their very fine wines(?). Check out their
Thank you for your consideration and let me know if you have any questions (206-999-
0519 or email@example.com).