Financial Information

The HBC Steering Committee, with the assistance of the Treasurer, is responsible for maintaining the finances for the organization. This includes: maintaining checking and savings account(s), depositing income (which is primarily generated from membership dues), and paying any bills and/or obligations engendered by the organization. Depending on the number of current members, the Club’s income generally is sufficient to off-set the Club’s expenses. The expenses incurred by HBC in 2017 totaled 755.26 and are broken down as:






League of American Bicyclists Annual Membership
Wisconsin Bike Federation Annual Membership
Club Insurance Based on Membership
Web related expenses (annual estimate)
Food at events


In addition, the Club on occasion provides volunteer and financial support for certain bicycle-related causes or projects in the community.  Some past examples are: Adopt-A-Highway cleanup (on-going); OH18 Rail Crossing Defense Project (2009); The Heartland (Underpass) Trail (2010); and Rumble Strips Abatement Project (2012). In 2018 the HBC Steering Committee authorized the Pedals For Police project, consisting of a donation to the Stevens Point Police Department for the purchase of a Trek Electric Edition Police patrol bike for their bike patrol program.  The Club is committed to supporting other project(s) in the future as we have in the past.

Heartland Bike Club