Bike Anjou (Biking Angels)
These are the helper biking bees of the Brasilia greater area. They have monthly meets where they teach newcomers how to ride, how to do basic maintenance on bikes, etc.
Rodas de Paz (NGO)
These guys are a proactive, pro-bike group of people always organizing and always working for a bike-friendlier Brasilia. They bike together on Sundays, usually on the EIXO or in Parque da Cidade. They ride slowly, together, and are a very friendly bunch.
Brasilia Batom Bikers
A female biking group that rides on Saturday mornings from the cathedral on Eixo Monumental at 8 am. Each Saturday is a different ride, and difficulty level (beginner, medium, hard). They are very inclusive, friendly, and open to newcomers. Great way to explore the city on the roads. Although core group is women, many men join the rides. Most riders use hybrids or mountain bikes.
Rebas do Cerrado
Mountain biking group that rides on Sunday mornings. Each ride is in a different location, also easy, medium and hard rides. Friendly group. Ride details are published on web site the week before the ride. Mountain bike needed.
These bikers ride at night mostly (hence the nocturne, but not always at night), several nights of the week. I haven’t joined them yet for a ride, because I’m usually in bed by the time they are moving, but they are an active, inclusive, friendly group that also socializes together.
Tartarugas no Pedal GO/DF (Amateur Sports Team) (Biking Turtles)
Kabulosos de Brasilia
A group of guys who bike around Brasilia
Pedalar DF (a community group)
Ciclistas de Brasília (a community group)
Instituto Pedala Brasília de Mobilidade Sustentável (NGO)
Bike registration system in Brazil
Pedal Nas Asas
This group based in Asa Norte and Asa Sul don’t have a web page, but use tweet and other social media.