The Boulder Cycling Club is a paid membership club that has weekly scheduled rides where no one is dropped. The group ranges in ability level from beginners and weekend warriors to those that ride almost daily. Rides are typically Tuesdays and Saturdays with spin class replacing rides during the winter. The group attends social events and also has team gatherings.
They are a non profit club supporting the local community and cycling scene. Membership includes discounts on beer after group rides at Boulder Beer and Avery tap room. Members also get discounts on bikes, gear and services at Bicycle Village- the location where many of their group rides start from. The team can be designated by their club jerseys.View website
Boulder Outdoor Group (B.O.G.)
The Boulder Outdoor Group is open to those who love the outdoors whether you are a weekend warrior or only ten years old. Family friendly outings and events for all skill levels are scheduled. The group averages two to four activities a week from hiking and skiing to ice skating and cycling. Once a month meetings occur to organize meetups for the following month.
Head to their website to subscribe to their newsletter to be up to date with all the latest happenings.View website
Boulder Road Runners
Started in 1979, the Boulder Road Runners are a group of individuals who like to run and play hard. Individual and family memberships are available. Runners of all abilities and ages are encouraged to join the club. The group gets together for social events on top of multiple scheduled group runs throughout the week. Community projects, a summer track race series and scheduled speakers are also a part of this club. The team travels to events together as well. Along with the opportunity to be a part of a group of like minded individuals, members get many local business discounts including message therapy, running shoes and apparel and even law and real estate services.View website
Boulder Triathlon Club
The Boulder Triathlon Club is one of the most active clubs in Boulder. Open to all ability levels, the team has group workouts, social gatherings, clinics and sometimes travel to races together. They also have a mentor program that pairs up an experienced club member with a newbie to the sport.
"Currently we have over 100 members, ranging from beginner to elite," said current Club President Charles Garabedian. "We encourage and promote an active lifestyle in the triathlon community and in the Boulder community alike."
Whether you are a Colorado resident or just visiting the area, join them for a run, ride or swim. Check out their website for more info.View website
Rock and Soul Climbers
The Rock and Soul Climbers group is open to indoor and outdoor climbing enthusiasts of all levels whether you just like to boulder , sport climb or lead multiple pitches.
With over 1,000 members, members can find new partners, leaders to direct a climb or a friend to push them to complete a difficult route. Meetups include day trips, special events and weekend camping and climbing trips. They also have weekly Monday night meetups at Movement Gym for indoor climbing sessions followed by dinner and drinks at a local eatery afterward.View website