- Hamilton - SORBA-Chattanooga: Southern Off-Road Bicycle Assoication - Chattanooga Chapter
- Mountain - SORBA-Chattanooga is the Chattanooga Chapter of the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA). SORBA has 14 chapters thoughout the southeast. SORBA is a member-based, nonprofit organization formed to promote trail preservation and development, mountain bike racing, touring, fun and fellowship for all mountain bicyclists in the southeastern United States. SORBA's newsletter, the Fat Tire Times, keeps members informed of current issues, rides, work parties and other events.
SORBA-Chattanooga produces a chapter specific eNewsletter, Trail Dirt, which can be downloaded from our website. Each issue contains mountain biking information that is specific to the Greater Chattanooga area, including local advocacy efforts, trail construction and maintenance updates & workdays, and recreational rides.
Contact: P.O. Box 9448, Chattanooga, TN 37412-9448
- Knox County - Road Dogs Cycling Club
- The Road Dogs defies classification (as well as class), were a group of fun loving, slightly irreverent and very politically incorrect bicyclists. Our club is not ruled by what bureaucracy or what bureaucrats think. We don't have rules (well maybe one or two), dues (we don't need no stinking money) or meetings.
Road Dogs are most frequently sighted in Knox, Granger, Jefferson, and Union Counties in East Tennessee. However, large numbers of them have been known to participate in local cycling events. You may also find several sweaty Road Dogs in you local dinner, we love to eat after a great ride. So don't be offended by our smell, just sit upwind (smile).
Road Dogs never hibernate nor even become inactive. Road Dogs ride in a variety of weather conditions including wind, rain, sleet, snow, and temperatures ranging from 25F to over 100F. Some Road Dogs are known to perform their best in cold weather.
Contrary to popular belief, Road Dogs do not chase (draft), bite (damage), or bark at (through the use of profanity or sign language) those vehicles with which we share the road. We do not condone violence, even toward those who express their desire for us to become Road Kill. So, if you think you might have seen a Road Dog attempting to stone a 18-wheeler into retirement, you're mistaken. Please consult your optometrist.
The source of the Road Dogs unbridled enthusiasm is found in their motto:
Contact: Road Dog E-mail: roaddogs@eGroups.com
- Knoxville - Appalachian Mountain Bike Club
- Mountain - The AMBC meets the last Monday of each month. AMBC publishes a monthly newsletter for its members, is actively involved in rider education, trail access issues, trail maintenance, and hosts club rides.
Contact: For information on AMBC call (423) 675-BIKE or (615) 584-8512. Address: P.O. Box 53384, Knoxville, TN 37950 E-mail: AMBC@serversolutions.com
- Memphis - Memphis BikeTrials Club
- Mountain - We are a small but growing club dedicated to bicycle trials
riding. Please contact us if you are interested in riding
with us or learning more about bike trial
- knoxville - 865rydaz
- a motorcycle club open to all and all bikes fun is what we do, and looking for people to jion in.call 865-604-6913 talk to soul-ja or just come om by 2358 E MAGNOLIA AVE
Contact: soul-ja sgt-OF-arms 865 604-6913