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April 30 - May 1, 2016 - The Bike MS Sam's Club: Round-Up Ride - The Round Up Ride is a 2 day fundraising cycling event, taking you throughout scenic North Texas from Frisco to Fort Worth. There are multiple route options, all of which are well supported with fully-stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, a great lunch stop each day and safety provided by medical personnel, HAM radio operators, law enforcement and motorcycle escorts. - Web Page - Reviews
 
Saturday May, 7, 2016
May 7, 2016- Shiner G.A.S.P. Greater Austin to Shiner Pedal - 100 miles (full Gasp) or 50 miles (Half Gasp) The 2014 Great Austin to Shiner Pedal is a 100 mile bicycle ride starting in Austin and finishing at the Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner, TX. If 100 miles is too far you can sign up for the 1/2 GASP and start at Whizzerville Hall in McMahan and enjoy the last half of the GASP course. Web-Page - Reviews
 

 

Waggin Trial Bike Ride 2016, Saturday, May 7th, 2016. Start: 9:00am, May 7th, Hill College Building #70, Hill College, 112 Lamar Dr., Hillsboro, Texas (I35 exit 368)
Two of Hill County's finest community oriented organizations, Hill County Paw Pals and Hillsboro Police Department Community Outreach Programs, have joined together again to launch their ninth annual "Waggin' Trail Bike Ride" on Saturday, May 7th, 2016. The event is planned with five routes to meet the needs of avid cyclists to the casual rider which include 95, 65, 41, 27, and 8 mile routes. Registration begins at 7:30am with staggered starts beginning at 9:00am at Hill College Building #70, Hill College, 112 Lamar Dr., Hillsboro, TX 76645. Hillsboro is conveniently located 56 miles south of Dallas/Worth or 32 miles north of Waco on I-35 (exit 368 for Hill College).
The planned routes of Waggin' Trail Bike Ride offer cyclists a unique tour of Central Texas. Hill County is 986 square miles of rural area that is joined together with miles and miles of splendid paved farm-to-market roads. With a combined population of only 33,000, Hill County offers open spaces. On many areas of the bike ride, one can see for miles around—the splendid beauty of open land—flowing creeks, pastures with cattle and horses grazing, farmers' cultivated fields, and proud, rural communities. The varied routes all explore the back roads of Hill County and go through communities that were established during the 1850's when Hill County was created and named after Dr. George W. Hill, a settler who served as a congressman and Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas. - Web Page - Active.com - Reviews
 

 

May 7, 2017 - Ride against Hunger - Weatherford TX - Come ride a surprisingly scenic and undulating course through and around Weatherford all while pedaling to end the cycle of hunger. There are various route distances (from 14-64) to accommodate riders of any ability. The money raised goes to feed hungry children and families right here in the Weatherford area. Yes, many of our neighbors don't have enough food to feed their family. Join us in ending the cycle of hunger. Riders will receive a quality Bike Out Hunger t-shirt, some goodies from our sponsors and post-ride food and drink. Web Page - Active.com Reviews
 

May 7, 2016 - The Cane River Plantation Ride - Natchez, TX - The Bike Natchitoches Cane River Plantation Ride takes place on Saturday, May 7th. Riders will have their choice of three scenic routes -- 15 miles, 25 miles or a metric century -- each starting at the Cane River Creole National Park (Oakland Plantation) in Bermuda. All routes include the Cane River Heritage Trail and Isle Brevelle Trail. Riders can expect to pass by several of the area's antebellum homes, as well as historic St. Augustine Catholic Church. All participants are encouraged to tour the National Park at Oakland, Magnolia and Melrose Plantations. Registration opens at 7:15 a.m. and the ride will start at 8:15 a.m. Registration is $35 for adults, $20 for riders 17 years old or younger and students. Those who register before April 30th are guaranteed a ride shirt and gift bag. In addition to the bike rides, Bike Natchitoches will host a free 2k family fun run/walk. A free lunch will be served to all participants, beginning at 10:30 a.m. All bike riders will be required to wear a helmet during the ride.
Physical address: 4386 Highway 494 Natchez, LA 71456 For more information about the Bike Natchitoches Cane River Plantation Ride, contact Carey Blanchard at cblanchard3rd@gmail.com 318-471-3085 or go to BikeNatchitoches.org.

Saturday May 14, 2016
May 14, 2016 - ROLLING HILLS CHALLENGE, Columbus, TX Picturesque yet challenging 25, 50, 62.5 and 100 Mile routes through gentle hills of South Central Texas - Start at Beason's Park, 3614 U.S. 90, Columbus, TX 78934 - Web Page - Reviews
 
May 16-21 Bike Out Hunger a five day ride from Fredericksburg to Dallas
 

The 7th annual Bike Out Hunger – Texas is scheduled for May 16-21, 2016. We'll continue to raise awareness, money and involvement in ending the cycle of hunger as we ride six days and up to 486 miles across Texas From Fredericksburg to Dallas. May 16 is a travel day to Fredericksburg with a 40-mile afternoon warm-up ride.
As always, we take good care of you with hotels, SAG, breakfasts, snacks, suppers and transportation from Dallas to Fredericksburg and to nightly suppers which are all included in the fee. Full-week and single-day riders
Bike Out Hunger – Texas 2016 is a fully supported ride with SAG, during ride snacks and stretch points, suppers and for those signing on for the full week you also get hotel nights and breakfasts.
We cyclists come together to enjoy our passion of riding and our desire to improve the lives of those in our communities. We ride to raise money and awareness of the hunger needs in our communities. On average, one out of four Texas children are food insecure. That's actually unacceptable. Your efforts on this ride will help lower those rates on a very real and local level.
There are three ride groups for you to choose your daily pace. For the 100+ mile days, there is a shorter option. And, with SAG always nearby, if you need to stop, you can call it a day…we won't judge. Well, we won't judge for long… Web Page

 

Wednesday May 18, 2016
May 18, 2016 at 7:00 PM, the Ride of Silence will begin at 7:00 pm White Rock Lake, 3862 W Lawther Dr, (between Branchfield and Fisher roads) Dallas, TX 75214 - Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor cyclists who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. Although cyclists have a legal right to share the road with motorists, the motoring public often isn't aware of these rights, and sometimes not aware of the cyclists themselves. - Web Page -
Saturday May 21, 2016
   
May 21, 2016 - Head for the Hills, Cedar Hills, TX - Uptown Village Shopping Center, 305 W. FM 1382, Cedar Hill, TX Produced by: Rotary Club of Cedar Hill. A beautiful spring ride down quiet country roads edged by Texas wildflowers. Rest stops are provided every 10 miles and riders of all capabilities are invited to participate. Routes include a 10 mile, 20 mile, 40 mile, and 60 miles.You start in Cedar Hill and ride south into Ellis county, cruising through Midlothian, Venus, touch on Waxahachie's border, then turning back north in Maypearl if you've done the longest route.- Web Page - REVIEWS - Photos_2011 - Photos_2012 - Photos -2014.

 

Bosque Tour de Norway will be on May 21, 2016 - Clifton, TX. The start/finish line will be at the Clifton High School. We have 4 routes to choose from, 20, 40, 60 and 80 miles. Each will allow you to enjoy the beauty of the top of Texas hill country. You will also be riding through the historical Norse community. The Norwegian settlement began here in 1854, the same year the county was founded, and was led by Ole Canuteson and included Cleng Peerson, "The Father of Norwegian Immigration to America." Thousands of Norwegian immigrants, some coming directly from Norway and others from northern states, would eventually settle between Clifton and Cranfills Gap by century's end. The Norwegian influence in the area is still very evident today, including Our Saviors Lutheran Church, site of our first rest stop, and St. Olaf Kirke, or as it is better-known, The Old Rock Church. - Web Page - - Reviews
   
Saturday May, 28, 2016
May 28, 2016 - Honey Tour of Burleson, Burleson, TX - Routes of 7, 22, 30, 47 and 67 miles - Ride starts at 8:00 a.m. with registration at 6:30 a.m - Start at Centennial High School, 201 S. Hurst Road, Burleson, TX 76028. - Reviews - - Web Page