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Distance:
14 miles
Speed:
8 - 12 mph
Type:
Road, Mountain Bike
Level:
Novice
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
7:00 AM
Organization:
Action Bikes Sunday Morning Ride: Meet at Bike World on Broadway at 7am for a 14 mile ride through downtown San Antonio. Suitable for Road bikes/Mountain bikes/Hybrids
Distance:
68.1 miles
Speed:
13 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017
Time:
7:00 AM
Come to the RGV of South Texas to ride a RUSA Randonneur with RGV Randos of South Texas. On August 20th we will have a 109K Rando Populaire that starts and ends in Harlingen, TX. Registration ... moreis free and all the info you need about Randoneurring is on the RGVRandos website. In general, it's self supported endurnace cycling that was started in France in 1890. Not a race but there are generous time limits to completing the various distances. We have events from 100K (62 miles) to over 300K (188 miles) in the RGV. More events later this year and typically start on a Saturday morning.

We don't have hills but we have wind!

A Rando is a great way to train for distance events. Do you have what it takes?

www.rgvrandos.org
Distance:
35 - 70 miles
Speed:
18 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
7:30 AM
Spirited ride. Distances and routes vary, but can range from 35-70 miles, depending on the difficulty of the terrain. The average distance is generally 45 miles, with an average speed ... moreof 18-20 mph. A few riders tend to go off the front at higher speeds, but will regroup. Expect a pack of anywhere from 4 to 30 riders, with a mix of beginners and seasoned veterans.
Meet at the Starbucks early for coffee if you like!

>> Check the Facebook page for the latest updates. Inclement weather may cancel the ride. <<

Departure Times:

Mar thru May: 8:15am
Jun thru Aug: 7:30am
Sep thru Nov: 8:15am

Dec thru Feb: 9:00am
Distance:
75 miles
Speed:
20 - 22 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
7:30 AM
Organization:
Join the Champions crew for a 75 mi ride from our Spring location into the rolling hills of Montgomery County. This is for advanced skill level riders with an average pace of 22+ mph. ... moreThis ride is not recommended for beginners.
Distance:
27 miles
Speed:
17 - 18 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
8:00 AM
Organization:
This 27 mile Recovery Ride can be spirited, but hold your horses and you will be fine. Mopac/State Hwy 45 to FM 1826, coming back Slaughter Lane to Mopac. This is a more social ride ... moreand it is ideal for an introduction toGruppo VOP. The ride is generally completed by 9:45-9:50 AM. Therefore, there is time to make an 11:00 church service, if you desire.

Unless you are experienced in riding in a peloton, please stay at the back for your safety and the safety of others. You still need to look ahead for rocks, lumber, etc.
Distance:
30 - 55 miles
Speed:
14 - 21 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
8:00 AM
Organization:
Club rides are on the open roads of Brazoria County with minimal traffic and good roads. Sunday Ride: Less formal riding. Ride Start times are posted to the left. Rides start at FM ... more518 and CR 90 - 1.4 miles east of SH 288.
Distance:
35 - 45 miles
Speed:
18 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
8:00 AM
Organization:
Sunday Urban Ride: Be ready to roll at 8 AM (check the FB page for updates). The routes are 35-45 miles with 1 rest stop. Riders should be comfortable keeping a pace of 18-20 mph. ... moreHelmet, spare tube, and CO2 cartridges are required. Earphones are not allowed. Speed may vary depending on who shows. Safety comes first. Please follow all the rules of the road.

The UBG Cycling Club (independent of the store) meets at The Urban Bicycle Gallery every Wednesday evening at 6:30pm for a twenty mile bicycle ride in town. They also meet at the store on Saturday morning at 8am for a twenty miler bike ride. Every Sunday morning join us for a show and go; the club rides but the route and starting point varies. Anyone is welcome to join us on our bike rides.

Helmet, spare tube, and CO2 cartridges are required. Earphones are not allowed. Speed may vary depending on who shows. Safety comes first. Please follow all the rules of the road.
Distance:
50 - 60 miles
Speed:
16 - 18 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
8:15 AM
Sundays, 8:15am sharp. 50-60 miles. 17-18 mph, with a couple of stops. It is not a "no drop" ride so make sure you have tools, supplies, and a phone in case you get dropped or stranded. ... moreWe will do our best to make sure that doesn't happen.
The Sunday Violet Crown Ride is for intermediate/advanced riders and racers, and is considered "recovery."
This is one of the oldest group rides in Austin, meeting every Sunday morning for over 30 years!

Riders should understand the etiquette of group riding, be able to change a tire and address minor mechanical issues. Wheels down at 8:15am.

What you need to bring: road bike, clipless pedals, helmet, bike in good working condition, the experience and tools to change your own flats, water and nutrition.

No headphones/radios.

Don't ride in your aero bars.

We encourage you to ride your bike down to the shop. If you do drive, please park in the street.
Distance:
60 miles
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
8:30 AM
9:00 AM rollout Red Horn Coffee & Brewing on the SE corner of Parmer & 1431 The Sunday ride is a bit more casual and a smaller group. Route is usually around 60 miles and varies. ... moreSunday doesn’t have the intensity of the Saturday ride. Come early for coffee. Stay late for beer.
Distance:
50 - 62 miles
Speed:
18 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 2 Jul, 2017Weekly on Sunday, 1 times
Time:
9:00 AM
Come join our merry band of bikers on our new Sunday Mellow Ride! We may be covering the 62 miles of southwest Austin, better known as the Saturday 100K loop.... more
Or we'll do something else. Depends mostly on wind direction and group whim.

Here is a map:
http://www.mapmyride.com/us/austin-tx/mj-100km-route-306329931

Our average pace will be 18-20mph.
This is NOT a recovery ride! It is harder and 20mi longer than the Saturday MOTR ride. It is the same distance and includes an additional water stop, when compared to the Saturday 100K. It is a challenge meant to prepare riders for the Saturday 100K.

If you would like a pleasant recovery spin, check out the Sunday Violet Crown ride that leaves from Mellow Johnny's at 8:15am
https://thea.com/Sunday-Violet-Crown-Ride/
http://austin.mellowjohnnys.com/rides-events/sunday-violet-crown-ride
Distance:
30 - 35 miles
Speed:
14 - 16 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
9:00 AM
The Sunday Roll Distance: 30-35 Pace: 14-16 mph Hills: Gentle Breaks: 1 Drops: No Leader: Group ride Maps provided: No "Explore Dallas" ride, starts at NE corner of Preston & Royal. ... morePark in middle of parking lot. The route changes weekly. Not for beginners -- No drops intended, but be able to keep a 15-16 flat cruising pace (thus the "2+" rating) to keep the group together, and do some optional hills. An optional lunch follows the ride in a local restaurant. Ken Wilson 817/929-4869.
Distance:
15 - 20 miles
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
9:00 AM
Since we went South last week and some of us completed the entire ride, I decided that we should go north this Sunday. The route is new but ventures through familiar territory. We ... morewill warm up on Panorama then head over to Centennial and Holland Park. From there we head over to Popes Bluff & Valley, then over to Rockrimmon, then cutting through War Eagle to Allegheny for the climb up Oak Valley Dr. We will eventually find our way to Woodmen, then up and around to Allegheny, then up the steeper south side of Flying W. We will finish by charging down 30th St to Water St to Westmoor Park.

Approximate total distance: 26.5 miles.

Approximate total elevation gain: 2691 ft.

Approximate duration: 2.5 - 3.0 hours.

Map and Cue sheet: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16311984

Ride Category: Blue/Black or Black (Depends on riders, Click for details)

The Sunday Hill Climb Ride is a no drop ride with an emphasis on improving climbing skills and stamina. All abilities are invited to join. The ride will re-group at the top of climbs. So, if you are the first up, you have the option to roll back down and repeat the climb as many times as you like until everyone is up. Distance usually ranges from 15 to 20 miles. The ride usually lasts 2-3 hours, giving riders the opportunity to join the Sunday Social Ride as well.

Please note the Sunday Hill Climb Ride is starting from: Westmoor Neighborhood Park, 3315 Water St. (Chambers Dr. and Water St.)

And note NEW START TIMES: Winter (Oct -May) starting time, 10 am. Summer (June-August) starting time, 9am.

Leader: Michael Mannebach
Distance:
30 - 40 miles
Speed:
21 - 24 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Advanced
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
9:15 AM
Santa Barbara's cream of the crop show up for this weekly throwdown, dubbed "Sunday World Champs". Takes the coastal Gobernador loop through coastal SB, gentle rolling hills and a ... moresmall climb near the turnaround point. The pace is notoriously aggressive, city limit signs are fought for, 1-deep pacelines are formed and breaks are chased down. Most well attended ride of the week with up to 70 riders. Meets in the East parking lot of the Cabrillo Bathhouse @ 9:15. Late comers chase, not a no-drop ride. Coffee afterwards at Handlebar Coffee in downtown SB.
Distance:
8 - 16 miles
Type:
Mountain Bike, Social, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced, Beginner
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
9:30 AM
Organization:
This is for all levels of riders, which will break into groups according to ability. Beginners are welcome, and there will be no drops. Meet in the parking lot by the swimming pool. ... moreThe route will make it easy for anyone to get back to the parking lot via the freeways. Helmets are required along with a bike in good working order.
The ride last approximately 1.5 hours. Sometimes less, sometimes more. Just depends on how everyone is feeling on that particular day. The Fast Group usually rides 12-16 miles, the Intermediate Group does 8-12 miles and the Beginner's Group averages 8- 10 miles.
Distance:
20 - 30 miles
Speed:
16 - 18 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
10:00 AM
Organization:
Whether you live in the area or are just visiting Boise and looking for a group to ride with, we'd love to have you join us on any of our rides! See above for our start locations and ... moredeparture times whether you're looking to pick up a road ride or break out the nobbies.
Our motto is "leave no one behind" and our group rides are no-drop.
For your full enjoyment of our weekly rides though, we strongly suggested the following riding ablilties/considerations:

Sunday No Stress Ride: Another option for new riders to get some saddle time in a no stress environment. Pace range: 16 to 18 MPH. Distance 20 to 30 miles.
Distance:
25 - 60 miles
Speed:
12 - 18 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Daily
Time:
10:00 AM
For the last 14 years the Twin City Bicycling Club hosted a week of biking for their Minnesota members mid January in the area of Mable Falls. Over the years we enjoyed pedaling with ... moresome of you “locals”, and would welcome the opportunity to do so again.

The event has been reinvigorated moving it to Kerrville - closer to the true hill country - headquartering out of the YO Ranch Hotel. The date was changed to February 10 – 26th taking advantage of warmer weather and longer days.

Do consider biking with us we would enjoy your company! David Gepner 612-861-1703 WentBiking@comcast.net

The 10th Friday's ride from the YO Ranch will leave at 1:30 and offers a choice of a 38 mile loop or a 19 mile option – http://mapshare.delorme.com/Consumer/V.aspx?p=fz73sjh8 

The 11th On Saturday we’ll leave the YO Ranch at 9:30 and drive 22 miles over to Fredericksburg to the Old Fair Park (208 E Park St) for a 37 mile loop to the north and then east coming back on Lower Crabapple Rd (http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=7016897Close) 

The 12th Sunday’s mornings 9:30 ride from the YO takes us south of Kerrville on a couple of loops of either 24 or 40 miles (http://mapshare.delorme.com/Consumer/V.aspx?p=7prrmmb8) 

The 13th ride on Monday requires leaving at the YO at 9:15 on a 38 mile NW drive getting us to LBJ Park (199 State Park Rd 52 – Stonewall TX) where we’ll bike the familiar Sandy Loop of 24 or 52 miles. Short cut options on the longer route would reduce the miles by 4 or 7 miles. (http://mapshare.delorme.com/Consumer/V.aspx?p=xwj3qqkd) 

The 14th On Tuesday we’ll, again, leave at 9:30 for Old Fair Park and bike a 42 mile loop (http://mapshare.delorme.com/Consumer/V.aspx?p=20vwmg2k) 

Join us Tuesday evening where at about 5:30 we'll be dining and celebrating Valentines’ day at Bill’s Bar-B-Que (1909 Junction Highway) 

The 15th On Wednesday we’re back to leaving the YO at 9:15 for LBJ Park where there’s a choice of 22, 35 or 60 mile routes - the longer of which goes up to and around the Willow Loop http://mapshare.delorme.com/Consumer/V.aspx?p=h2glt64s 

The 16th On Thursday we have the opportunity of biking away at 10 with fellow YO guests that are youthful members of the Matrix Bike Club of Dallas/Ft Worth
Distance:
26 - 30 miles
Speed:
10 - 12 mph
Type:
Road, Mountain Bike, Cyclocross
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
4:00 PM
We offer a variety of weekly rides launching from the Trailhead for all skill levels. If you have any suggestions for rides, or would like to be a ride leader, email rides@mellowjohnnys.com... more

Sunday Afternoon Gravel • Intermediate

Departs shop at 4 PM. 26-30 miles of gravel on the Trinity Trails. Moderate pace.
Distance:
10 - 15 miles
Type:
Road, Social, No Drop
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
6:30 PM
Grab your bike and a friend and join us as we ride bikes around Austin briefly viewing art in public place on our quiet streets and trails Sunday evenings. We'll visit parks, parking ... moregarages, bakeries, convenient stores as we ride around appreciating art. We typically ride about 10-15 miles, not too many hills. Note this ride is a no drop ride, meaning everyone sticks together and no one gets left behind. All skill levels are welcome.

START: Browning Hangar at Lake Park at Mueller (http://365thingsaustin.com/venue/mueller-hangar/)
END STOP: Cherrywood Coffeehouse (cherrywoodcoffeehouse.com)
WHEN: Meet up at the Browning Hangar at 6:30 pm. Wheels down at 7 pm!
ROUTE: look for it in the invite comments by Sunday afternoon.
WHAT YOU NEED: Lights, Locks, Wheels, an ID, money for food and drinks, and your friends.

HOW: Social Cycling Austin rides AS traffic and NOT AGAINST it. We stop at red lights, yield the right of way and let cars pass as best we can. We don't block intersections. We are nice to both our fellow riders and the other traffic on the road. LISTEN TO the volunteers helping to lead the ride. They are some nice folks and have you best interest in mind. If you have any questions about the rules, I suggest you check here: http://bicycleaustin.info/laws/austin.html

REMINDER: The goal has always been to create a safe environment for all riders, but we cannot control, nor do we desire to, every rider's behavior. We promote personal responsibility, and it is each rider's responsibility to take care of themselves, and if they choose to ride with us, then they accept those risks inherent in riding a bicycle with a large group of other people riding bicycles.
See you soon!!
Distance:
8 - 24 miles
Type:
Mountain Bike
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
6:30 PM
Ride with Billy Bob (MTB) Every Sunday Evening, roll out @ 6:30p Erwin Park in McKinney Speed: Beginner-friendly Distance: 8-24 miles (1-3 laps, you pick)... more

We will be meeting at the parking lot closest to the trailhead. Dependent on weather. Check http://www.dorba.org/ or the DORBA app for trail closings.
Distance:
10 - 12 miles
Speed:
8 - 10 mph
Type:
Road, Cyclocross, Social
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 20 Aug, 2017Weekly on Sunday
Time:
7:00 PM
Organization:
Sunday Night Riders: The Chat Room on Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth, look at the map above. Meet at 7pm, roll out around 7:30pm Bar to bar, no car! Generally a 10-12 mile ride with two ... morebar stops. A nice cruise through our fine city, slowest rider sets the pace.

The Night Riders: The best bicycle group in Fort Worth, TX! We ride our bikes at night!

General Guidelines

1. Listen to the Ride Leaders; they have your safety in mind.
2. The group rides in one lane, only. Keep it right, keep it tight.
3. Head lights and tail lights required. It's the law.
4. Helmets are not required by law, but are a good idea.
5. Your bike should be in good working order; air in tires, chain tight, etc.
6. Stay behind the Front Ride Leader and in front of the Back Ride Leader.
7. Listen to Ride Leaders for instructions at all red lights.
8. Bring plenty of water.
9. Bring a spare tube AND any tools you may need.
10. If you leave the ride early, let one of the Ride Leaders know.
11. Call out cars & road hazards. Pass it forward AND back.
12. Be alert and aware of your surroundings.
13. Ride for the Group, not for yourself.
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