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 has developed 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.
NMTS HappeningsWWAM April 29, 2015
Saul Segura shared below photos he took of the Wednesday morning NMTS ride that starts at Alameda Open Space.
Sick man and Crest attempt
Will Ferrell planned to ride to glory making a record setting attempt on the Crest.
See what happened below...
Next Crest attempts are May 21 and May 28. Why not set a goal of improving your cardio and your leg strength and try the Crest yourself?
Motel Rooms Booked For Santa Fe Century
NMTS President Gordon Pegue has booked five (5) two-person rooms at the Lamplighter Inn in Santa Fe for the night of Saturday, May 16th, 2015.
If you are interested in sharing one of the rooms and riding in the Santa Fe Century, you MUST contact Gordon for more details at email@example.com.
The plan is to drive up to SF on Saturday afternoon, check in, go carb load for supper, sleep, check out on Sunday morning and go ride the Century!
An attempt will be made to have one room held open for post-ride showers and clothes changing but this, so far, is not guaranteed...
So far, the room assignments are Dee F. & Gordon, John S. & Jim F., Barb & Greg T., Patrick R. & Barry D. leaving one open room for two more folks. Contact Gordon ASAP to reserve your spot!
Some sad news to report.
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Don, who was 61 years old and one of the riders on the "Hearts Across America Ride" passed away on Saturday morning peacefully in his sleep. He was one of the riders that rode with us on the 17th of April Friday ride. They had just completed a segment from Seynour to Jackboro Texas in terrible rainy conditions. Don went to bed normally and was discovered the next morning.
If only we would all be so lucky that when our time is up that we spend our last day doing something we love, without a care in the world, and slip quietly away in our sleep. Live every day like it might be your last.
From Ken Levine
It's a great recognition for bicycling in NM and the fact that the NMTS has contributed to this event for many years.
Century Day brochure
The latest Freewheel
for your perusal here