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Saturday March 5, 2016
 
Saturday March 12. 2016
March 12, 2016 - Spring Fever - Sulphur Springs, TX - Beat your Spring Fever with this bike ride through the small, beautiful country community with rolling and flat Farm to Market highways! - Location Downtown Sulphur Springs Exit 124 off I-30 - Web Page - Photos_2014 - Reviews - P H O T O S - 2 0 1 5
 

March 12, 2016 Big Thicket Bike Tour - Beaumont, Tx - The Southeast Texas Hike & Bike Coalition and BTX Peloton Cycling Club will host this bike ride through the beautiful Big Thicket area of Hardin County. All routes will start at the Big Thicket Baptist Church & are typical scenic South East Texas/Big Thicket country-side. Routes will include the beautiful neighboring cities of Kountze, Warren, Hillister, Fred, Spurger, Silsbee and Lumberton, all on the edge of the Big Thicket National Preserve area. 6 routes - 14 (the very best family friendly route along the cement Hardin Co. Hike and Bike Trail),36,46,63,77 and 100 mile.
Lots of door prizes including two (2) road bikes! Manned rest stops w/ restrooms & snacks, SAG support. Web Page
The SouthEast Texas Hike & Bike Coalition and BTX Peloton Cycling Club promotes safe cycling across the region. The money that SETHBC & BTXPCC raises from the tour will be used to expand our educational and safety programs. We hold children's bicycle safety rodeos throughout the Golden Triangle. One of our most important safety principles is that everyone – adults and children – should wear a helmet at all times when riding.We also provide a new bicycle helmet for every child attending a rodeo. After properly fitting the helmet, we teach the children proper riding etiquette on a specially constructed safety course. For more information, please see our Web site at www.funtrails.org. SETHBC has been able to expand this program by giving classroom safety seminars in Golden Triangle elementary schools.

Saturday March 19, 2016
Just Ride for a Just Cause is an MS150 Recommended bike ride on the west side of the Greater Houston Metropolitan area. It will take place on March 19th, 2016 starting at 8:30am. The ride starts at Simonton Community Church, 9703 FM 1489 Simonton, TX. We have something for everyone, a short family scenic ride for the less experienced to a longer more challenging ride for the serious rider, with multiple routes in between. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Proceeds support Passion for Humanity whose mission is to increase awareness of and offer support for victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in the greater Houston Area. To register or get additional information, please visit www.justrideforajustcause.org.
   
Saturday March 26, 2016
March 26, 2016 - Smoking Spokes, Salado, TX is a Texas bike ride event sponsored by the Salado Texas Volunteer Fire Department. 100% of the proceeds go to our department. This is one of our major fundraisers of the year! Expect challenging hills, scenic views, a monster century, well-marked routes, well-manned rest stops, friendly event sponsors and a great feed at the end of the ride. The Salado Volunteer Fire Department is an organization of men and women whose purpose is to protect life, property, and the environment by delivering high quality fire and EMS services to the Salado and surrounding Central Texas area. Routes: 15, 27, 57, 70, 85 and 102 mile - Web Page - Reviews
Friday, March 25 thru Sunday, March 27, 2016.
The Fort Worth Bicycling Association invites you to the 43rd Annual Easter Hill Country Tour (EHCT) on Friday, March 25 thru Sunday, March 27, 2016. Experience the charm and hospitality of the Texas Hill Country and three days of the best riding Texas has to offer. Quiet, well-paved roads, challenging terrain and panoramic scenery have made the EHCT one of the premier cycling events in Texas with routes suitable for all categories of participants from novices to experienced riders. Fridays routes depart from Fredericksburg and offer distances of 35, 50 and 65 miles. Saturdays routes depart from Kerrville and offers distances of 33, 51, 61 and 80 miles. On Sunday routes of 20 and 30 miles are available from Kerrville. The Friday and Saturday routes are fully supported with rest stops and sag support. The shorter Sunday routes are unsupported. For more information and to register see our website at http://ehct.com/ - Reviews