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Level:
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
8:00 AM
Fort Worth, Texas
Event Details Club Weekly Ride Every Tuesday from January 06, 2015 to December 27, 2016 at 8:00 am Next Ride: Tue Jul 19, 2016 8:00 am ... more

All skill levels are welcome! Please arrive early enough to get you and your steed ready to pedal at the start time.
Type:
Road, Women Only
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
9:00 AM
Humble, Texas
Bike Barn Atascocita and the Lake Houston Bike Chicks invite you to join a 30-40 mile womens’ ride. Contact the store for more information or to receive updates through our group message ... moreboard. 
Distance:
30 miles
Speed:
11 - 13 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
9:00 AM
Dripping Springs, Texas
Join the Easy Riders for 30 miles along the creek, rolling hills and beautiful horse property in Dripping Springs. Suitable for advanced beginners, who can ride the stated distance ... moreabove and average pace close to the 11- 13 mph, older, social riders or experienced riders wanting a leisurely pace. Group will either meet up at turns, or have individuals mark the turns until the sweep arives depending on the rider mix. Afterward, a meal at Thyme and Dough in Dripping.

Please note: During the summer the rides occasionally will be self-organizing among the easy rider members that show up for the ride, a meet-up format. Please make sure you are familiar with Bike Austin- Waiver and Release of Liability since you are agreeing to these terms if you ride. A leader and sweep will be selected from the group and either will mark turns or wait for the entire group to show up. Please introduce yourself to other riders.

Please reply by Monday before 8am to easyrider.drippingsprings@gmail.com if you are coming to the ride.

Directions to start:

West on US 290 through Oak Hill to Dripping Springs. Pass the DSISD administration building (right) and continue until Roger Hanks Parkway and turn left. You will see a circular drive on the right, Lake Lucy Loop and park there.
Distance:
30 miles
Speed:
18 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
11:30 AM
Austin, Texas
We leave MJ's at 11:30 and usually get back to the shop around 1:00. Last week we went out LA Bikeway to veterans to mopac ped bridge to mopac to rollingwood to 360 to river hills ... moreand back.
Distance:
15 - 30 miles
Speed:
12 - 20 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
5:00 PM
White Settlement, Texas
Organization:
On our Tuesday/Thursday Stress Relief evening rides, lights are no longer required as long you will be able to finish within 2.5 hours / before sunset. The pace will be modified as ... moremore riders decide to join breaking into two groups (Swifty 17/18 mph plus to that of the slowest rider following the “No Rider Left Behind” mantra.

Just remember to bring bike, helmet, nutrition, fluids, tool kit(with tools, spare tube(s) or patch kit), tire inflator, good spirit and the willingness to have fun (maybe suffer a little) while riding off the day’s stresses, building new friendships, and learning/perfecting your cycling skills. Just remember that everyone is responsible for his/her own actions and to abide by local, state, and federal non-motorized vehicle rules.

Meet in front of the main plant Bldg 200 in front of the flagpoles.

Please note that you must have a Lockheed-Martin badge to enter the compound.
Others need to make arrangements with the ride organizers (Will F, 817-763-7409 or Jim W 817-763-6287) to join the group outside the compound.
Several have been joining us near the corner of Clifford & Bomber Road. Parking is available at Veterans Park.

Thanks, Will F

Invited: Everyone
Distance:
30 - 35 miles
Speed:
19 - 21 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
5:30 PM
Austin, Texas
Hard training ride with team Voodoo. Leaves from Mellow Johnny's promptly at 5:30pm for a 30mi ride to the Walgreens in Bee Cave, Texas. Whoever remains then rides back, roughly the ... moresame route, to hang out afterwards at Royal Blue, across from the bike shop. Back by 730pm, if no complications.
Distance:
35 - 50 miles
Speed:
18 - 22 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
5:30 PM
Mesquite, Texas
Distance: 35+ Pace: 20+ mph -- typical 20mph average at finish. Hills: Hilly Breaks: None, but locations available if you need ... more
Drops: Yes -- you should know the route ahead of time! If you fall off, either ride solo or pick up with others who fall off.
Leader: None designated.
Contact: Dean Wilkinson (deanwilk@sbcglobal.net)
Distance:
30 miles
Speed:
18 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Austin, Texas
the TNT ride starts with a 7.5mi spin from Bucks Bikes towards the Twin Creeks Country club where we will do six 2.5mi laps; the end of each with the option to sprint.... more
after each lap the group will slow to regroup, or if you are further off the back, you can cut the lap short to merge back in.
laps will average 22-24mph and turn through 3 roundabouts *at speed*. overall ride average is 18.5-20mph.

riders are expected to ride as organized as possible, 2 abreast for most of each lap. once we approach the final stretch you can organize a faster lead out... or simply hold on until the sprint and give it your best.

IMPORTANT NOTES
- even though we sprint, you should not make any aggressive moves or attacks that could put any other riders in danger. this is not a race.
- if the any efforts are too fast, do not ride beyond your abilities trying to hang on to the point that you blow up and cause other riders to brake or swerve around you. maintain your speed and let others pass... or signal and slowly move out of line if it's safe to do so.
- stay organized! the laps are in a residential neighborhood with a country club that hosts events; there will be traffic. we want to do our best not to negatively affect the residential traffic flow.
- YIELD on the roundabouts as necessary. if you are towards the front, look ahead to the roundabouts for cars and call it out. if you are in the group, be aware that the group may need to slow/stop.

if you are new to this ride, please hang towards the back and get a feel for how things operate and make sure you are comfortable with the route, turns and pace.

if you participate in the sprints, also consider working on the front from time to time and/or leading out... you will get a workout!

disclaimer: this ride is not sponsored by bucks bikes or any organization
Type:
Road, Mountain Bike, Cyclocross
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
San Antonio, Texas
Organization:
We meet here at the shop and ride through Hollywood Park and Hill Country Village. We return before dark. Bring your lights just in case!... more

We are a locally owned brick and mortar business in the heart of North Central San Antonio. After 25 years in business, our mission remains the same: top notch service, products, and programming. 

Our enthusiastic staff is experienced and passionate! From tri bikes to tandems we have you covered! Stop by today and experience the difference.
Type:
Road, No Drop, Women Only
Level:
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Flower Mound, Texas
Tuesday Ladies Ride Tuesday @ 6:00pm (Daylight Savings Time only) Duration: 1.5 hours This ride meets behind the shop. This is a no-drop ladies ride.
Distance:
18 - 20 miles
Type:
Road, No Drop
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Corpus Christi, Texas
Organization:
Tuesday Southside Ride (Spring/Summer – PM) Departure Time: 6:00 p.m. Distance: 18-20 miles Location: Janet’s House (Contact Janet for more information)... more
Details: This ride starts and ends at 4609 Champions Drive Corpus Christi 78413 and goes through neighborhoods on the southside out and down Wooldridge Rd. All A with B, C and D riders are welcome. Small sprints and openers for some. No one left behind.
Distance:
16 miles
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Littleton, Colorado
Hi all! I talked to Jenn and with her schedule she needs to focus on things other than DCC right now so for the time being I will be hosting the Deer Creek ride. Nothing is changing ... morefrom years past so everyone is welcome from expert mountain goats to novices.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me.

Tom

Jenn says it best so here is her description of the ride....

Crazy that I am, yet again, writing a description for this weekly Deer Creek Hill Climb ride which has become quite a popular ride over the past several years. It is not uncommon that we can often have 25 plus riders, of all levels. (weather pending, of course!)

For those who have ridden it in the past, it is the same ride. So no need to read too much farther:)

For those who have never done it, the following ride description is for you! Hope to see everyone (long time attendees and especially new folks)

Format: An "out and back" hill climb ride. Meaning that it is friendly for ALL levels since we literally all ride up the hill, get to the top, and turn around. We ride at our own pace (which is critical to having fun..no one is trying to kill each other; everyone is just out for fitness and truly does not care how fast or slow everyone else goes) Faster riders can go ahead and newer riders can ride at their own pace knowing that we will all see one another again because we all have to turn around and go back to the same starting point

Distance: It is a round trip ride. From the starting point/cars, it is 8 miles UP the hill. Then 8 miles back down the hill. So 8 miles of uphill and working hard and then 8 miles of relatively easy riding back down the hill to our cars.

Fun Factor: This group strives to make sure that everyone has fun. No matter what level of experience. I personally want to make sure that every new person really knows that it matters to me that they showed up (because I know how hard it can be to just take that first ride with any group...and I do not want anyone to feel intimidated! Believe it or not, sometimes, even after all of these years, I feel nervous, too...and heck, I am the group leader!) No one cares how fast or slow you are or what you are wearing or whether or not this is your very first bike and ride ever:)

Weather Considerations: Two things in this area-first,darkness....in the early spring, we will be limited greatly by sunset. It is a canyon so when the sun goes down, it gets dark pretty fast. In early spring, I will set a time limit. In other words, I will request that everyone turns around at a certain time so we can get back to our cars in a safe manner.

Second weather consideration-clothing. Climbing up the hill, you will often times be quite warm. Consequently, if you are dressed TOO warmly, you will sweat (ok, women, we will glisten) a lot. This becomes an issue for the return trip-the more drenched your clothes are, the colder you will be for the ride back down the hill. So, bring layers….layers to take off for the ride up the hill and layers to put on for the ride back down. And GLOVES! Warm gloves or mittens (don’t even need to be cycling ones). Having frozen hands for riding back down the hill is very dangerous. You need to be able to feel your hands to safely use your brakes:)
Speed:
16 - 22 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Boise, Idaho
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! ... more
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:

Tuesday Night Hill Climb: Pace range: 16 to 22 MPH down Hill Road plus the desire to climb hills for fun and training.
Distance:
25 miles
Speed:
20 - 23 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Advanced
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:00 PM
Pflugerville, Texas
come join a race-paced couple of loops out in New Sweden! meet at the southeast parking lot at lake pflugerville (e pflugerville pkwy and weiss ln)... more

like our facebook page (below) and rsvp to the weekly event to get any updates (i.e. cancellations)
Distance:
16 - 21 miles
Type:
Road, No Drop
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:10 PM
Corpus Christi, Texas
Organization:
Tuesday Calallen Ride Departure Time: 6:10 pm Distance: 16 to 21 miles Location: Meet at West Guth Park swimming pool Contact: Steve Cupp (361) 946-0655 or (361) 242-2291... more
Details: We leave at 6:10 PM and ride the I-37 acess road to Labonte Park ( the Nueces River) and back . there is an option to loop back to the river at Callicoate for an extra 5 miles. rides are 16 miles or 21 miles
Distance:
22 - 24 miles
Speed:
14 - 17 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:30 PM
Austin, Texas
This is a re-group ride. We usually stop to eat at the end of route. Remember to bring a HELMET, and everything you might need... including a LIGHT during the Fall route. ... more

please join and check-in on the event on our strava club page for latest updates about weather/etc:
https://www.strava.com/clubs/tankenginecrew

join the TEC Facebook page (below) for different rides every weekend.
Distance:
0 - 11 miles
Speed:
10 - 13 mph
Type:
Social
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 3 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday, 10 times
Time:
6:30 PM
Austin, Texas
Join the Austin Bike Chix for their Tuesday night rides. Beginner friendly group. Beginner friendly route. We are a fun group that rides in the summers to train for the Mamma Jamma ... moreride. Always willing to meet new people.
Meet at NW Park behind the pool, past the tennis courts, by the pond. Wheels down at 6:30.
Being a helmet, water & a good attitude.
And please properly hydrate and eat during the day. If raining check the facebook page after 5:30PM
Type:
Road
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:30 PM
Farmers Branch, Texas
TEBR casual ride at Performance Tuesday Evening. Distance: 20-25 miles Pace: easy going and up to moderate Hills: some neighborhood hills but very short... more
Breaks: None
Drops: No
Leader: Stephen Krogh
Maps provided: No

Join a fun-loving group for an evening ride. Perfect for "new/casual riders" (~13-14mph avg} Routes may vary through the season. Current route is a "tour of homes" through Northhaven and Edgemere areas down to University Park and back through Preston Hollow.

Park in parking lot in front of Performance Bike Shop off of Valley View west of Midway and North of LBJ and be ready to head out at the scheduled time of ride. New participants please make yourselves known to others.

An optional dinner follows the ride. 

Stephen Krogh
214 893-0663

krogh@mindspring.com
Distance:
20 - 35 miles
Speed:
13 - 20 mph
Type:
Road
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:30 PM
Farmers Branch, Texas
Distance: 20-35 Pace: varies by group formed, see the forum for which groups might be available. Hills: Some, route dependent Breaks: None... more
Drops: Yes, new riders please make your presence known!
Leader: Group ride, no specific leader
Maps provided: yes

Join a fun-loving group for a spirited evening ride. Route changes semi-monthly, check forum for updates. Ride splits into various groups by speed and distance.

Park in parking lot and be ready to head out at the scheduled time of ride. New participants please make yourselves known to others.

Specific "new/casual riders" (~13-14mph avg) no drop group typically gathers at start. Ask for it!

An optional dinner follows the ride.
Speed:
12 - 16 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017Weekly on Tuesday
Time:
6:30 PM
Dallas, Texas
This ride is designed for casual pace riders, or new riders who might be relatively new to the group ride concept, or are just now starting to stretch their mileage past 5-10 miles. ... moreMy wife and I will (normally) be on our tandem, which practically guarantees staying under 16 mph. The ride leaves from the "Big Thicket" house on the east side of White Rock Lake, and will circle the lake. Please arrive early enough to be ready to roll at the planned departure time!

Typical flat road pace ~12-14 mph, but this is group-dependent, and we regroup if needed. We will attempt to do two full laps of White Rock, if daylight allows, alternating directions. Lights not required, but helmets are, and blinkies are recommended. Please bring tools and tubes to be self-sufficient, in case of flats!

The group may split, dependent upon rider abilities, but nobody gets left out there by themselves...

Any questions, give me a call or email me...
Rollout: 6:30PM sharp
Distance: 10-20
Flat Road Pace: ~12-14mph, group dependent
Hills: That darned spillway
Breaks: 1
Drops: No
Leader: Paul Brown
Contact: Paul Brown
214-690-6781
pbacoustic@gmail.com
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