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Columbia College Chicago's C4Cycling actively engages in the community, fundraises for charity , and strives to promote bicycling as a safe, healthy form of transportation for all ages.

Indiana Sand Dunes Bike Ride

To all who have been interested in  a C4Cycling...

BIKE COMMUTING GROWTH

From PlanetSave Here are a couple reposts from...

Bike culture 101

The best places for Chicago cyclists to meet up,...

Mission

Founded in 2004, as the Columbia College Cycling Association, now known as C4Cyling, sees as its mission the promotion of cycling at Columbia College Chicago.   The organization is self-funded.

The Association seeks:

To educate riders to the challenges of biking in an urban environment, including, cycling safety and bike maintenance.

To elevate environmental awareness and aid in campus sustainability efforts, through promoting cycling as an alternative means of transportation.

To advocate for cyclists issues such as parking and commuting needs at the Columbia campus and in the South Loop environs.

To promote physical fitness and the health benefits of cycling.

To provide assistance and expertise to local organizations in cycling-related events.

To encourage members of the Columbia College community to explore the joys of short and long distance cycling in group rides.

To provide a relaxed environment where novice and experienced cyclist can come together.

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Recent Blog Posts

April 17, 2014 |

Columbia College Bike 2 Campus Week April 21-25

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November 21, 2013 |

Right place…Right time…

Envious insect…

June 10, 2013 |

Indiana Sand Dunes Bike Ride

To all who have been interested in  a C4Cycling bicycle ride and campout to the Indiana Dunes. OK, here’s...

May 28, 2013 |

BIKE COMMUTING GROWTH

From PlanetSave Here are a couple reposts from Bikocity. The first documents the rise of bike commuting in the...

May 18, 2013 |

Bike culture 101

The best places for Chicago cyclists to meet up, tune up and ride like the wind. May 17, 2013 By: Leah Pickett...

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