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Saturday March 7, 2015
 
Saturday March 14, 2015

March 14, 2015 - 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 -

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Sunday March 15, 2014
Sunday March 15, 2015 - Tour de Houston, Houston TX - Routes of 20, 40 and 60 miles. Web Page
Saturday March 21, 2015

March 21, 2015 - Beauty and the Beast Bicycle Tour 2015, Tyler, TX - Produced by the Tyler Bicycle Club, sponsored by Kiepersol Estates, and benefitting Bicycle Advocacy of East Texas and The East Texas Trails. Enjoy the Beauty of East Texas rolling hills and finish with a very challengbicyclestuff@gmail.coming climb up "The Beast" on one of the most popular bike tours in the country. Tour is Saturday, March 21, 2015, 9:00 am start (rain or shine), tour course closes at 3:00 pm. All routes include "The Beast" so train well! Pre-registration is $35.00 through March 13th (postmarked mail). Online registration closes at midnight on March 17th. Event day registration $40.00 - Web Page- Reviews -

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  March 21, 2015 - Steam-N-Wheels Bike Race and Ride - Abilene, TX - 48 mile Race and 12 and 32 mile fun rides. Web Page - Info and registration page -
Friday - Saturday & Sunday March 20, 21, 22
March 20-22, 2015 - Reveille Peak Bike Festival Mountain Biking Event Enjoy a beautiful spring weekend in the Texas Hill Country at the Reveille Peak Bike Festival and Expo March 21-23. Hosted by Richardson Bike Mart & Terra Firma Racing, the event features Gran Fondo (50k) & Medio Fondo (25k) mountain bike rides, night rides, children's rides and clinics, bike demos, MTB skills clinics, a high school MTB race, fishing, camping, paddle boarding, food, and live music. festival Location: Reveille Peak Ranch, 105 CR 114 Burnet, TX 78611 Cost: $50 per weekend pass, including camping; $25 Saturday only Contact: 972-966-1300 - Web Site
   
Saturday March 28, 2015
March 28, 2015, for the 9th Annual LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour Stonewall, TX– arguably the premier springtime cycling event in the scenic Texas Hill Country. Starting and ending on the air strip of the historic LBJ Ranch (now the LBJ National Historical Park), the routes of 10, 30, 42, 62, and 85 miles traverse minimally-trafficked Farm-Market roads, as well as bucolic country lanes.
Billed as "A Ride to Preserve History," the event lists three restored, rural Gillespie County schools as rest stops on the routes. Riders will get other tastes of history, as registration includes Luci Baines Johnson's narrated tour (by bicycle) of the historical landmarks on the ranch, and a ranger-led tour of the Texas White House. There's a post-ride meal included with registration. It's an opportunity to hang with friends and enjoy a cold beverage after some hard pedaling!
All net proceeds accrue to the Friends of LBJ National Historical Park (a 501c3 non-profit), and are used strictly for the benefit of the park. For more info, go to the ride web site, http://www.lbj100.bike/, or contact Nolan Kuehn, LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour Chair (ph. 210-355-2645, or email nolank@gvtc.com).
   

March 28, 2015 - 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