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Distance:
40 miles
Speed:
14 - 16 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sat, 27 Apr, 2019
Time:
9:00 AM
Austin, Texas
Weather permitting, this will be 80% at a mellow pace, 20% very hard in three specific "hot spots". No drop; we'll regroup after stoplights or anywhere the group can get split, and ... moreafter each hot spot; and refuel at the Creedmoor Valero station. C pace home again. Coffee and conversation afterwards at Mozart's.

Because of the in-town stretches, this ride agerages about 15. That's the average speed your computer will show after the ride, with stoplights, turns, hills, etc. But to average 15 you need to ride 15-18 most of the time on the flats, so please come expecting that.

Please be sure to arrive a little early for signup and rider's meeting.

BE SURE TO CHECK THIS SITE AFTER 7:00 ON RIDE DAY IN CASE OF RAIN CANCELLATION.

START LOCATION: meet (and park) at the back of the "uphill" parking lot across Lake Austin Blvd. from the coffee shop. Look for the old boat on your left up the hill; we're near there.
Distance:
33 miles
Speed:
13 - 15 mph
Type:
Road
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 28 Apr, 2019
Time:
8:30 AM
Austin, Texas
We will ride through east, south and west Austin with an extension in Northwest Hills before returning to the Peddler. Be ready for some hills in South and West Austin. We'll have ... morea store stop in South Austin or at 7-11 on Lake Austin Blvd. Ride Leader: Amy Hufford, amhufford@gmail.com. Cell: 512-750-3012 (can receive texts). Please arrive 5-10 minutes early as a courtesy to your fellow riders for sign in and the ride speech; we aim to leave on time. Route may vary somewhat from the linked map depending upon conditions and participants. Ride will be cancelled in case of rain or wet roads; info will be updated on this posting one hour in advance -- refresh your browser if ride is in question. Join us for coffee/breakfast/conversation afterward at Flight Path Coffee.
Distance:
53 - 55 miles
Speed:
14 - 16 mph
Type:
Road, No Drop
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Sun, 28 Apr, 2019
Time:
9:00 AM
Austin, Texas
Yes, that's right - a fat burner ride: long and steady, no sprints. Those 8 pounds from Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Years are still there, so it's time for long miles. Not long HARD ... moremiles, just long miles, so this time we're doing 55 miles on one of our usual routes. Longer rides later. No drop; we'll regroup if necessary anywhere the group can get split, and refuel at the Kyle Valero station. C pace home again. Coffee and conversation afterwards at Mozart's.

Please be sure to arrive a little early for signup and rider's meeting.

BE SURE TO CHECK THIS SITE AFTER 7:00 ON RIDE DAY IN CASE OF RAIN OR DANGEROUSLY HIGH WIND.

START LOCATION: meet (and park) at the back of the "uphill" parking lot across Lake Austin Blvd. from the coffee shop. Look for the old boat on your left up the hill; we're near there.
Distance:
20 - 21 miles
Speed:
11 - 14 mph
Type:
Road, Social
Level:
Intermediate
Date:
Tue, 30 Apr, 2019
Time:
9:00 AM
Austin, Texas
Ride start 9 AM NOTE: The Govalle parking lot might be closed for swimming pool construction. If so, we can park in the baseball field parking lot that is just a hundred yards east ... more(three houses away) of park parking lot entrance on Bolm Road, and ride a short ped/bike bridge over Boggy Creek that connects to the SWCT.

A moderate C-pace ride (roughly 11 to 14 mph) on The Southern Walnut Creek Trail from the trailhead at Govalle Park to the Abrupt End and return. Round trip is about 20 miles. The trail is paved for the entire distance, with a 1/2 mile hill on the outbound. We'll regroup at the top of the hill on the outbound and at the Abrupt End. The return is mostly downhill. The trail is two-way and narrows down in spots, with a couple of blind corners. Single-file riding and moderate speed on the corners is strongly recommended!

There are two significant road intersections that require caution to cross.
A map of Govalle Park's location is at http://austinparks.org/parks/govalle-park/

Bring water, a snack, a spare bicycle tire tube, and tools to fix a flat. Riders will sign a liability waiver at the ride start and must wear a helmet. There are no restrooms on the trail itself. There are restrooms at the Austin Tennis Center, about 1/3 mile off the trail at the top of the hill.

• What to bring
helmet, water/sports drink, tools to fix a flat, spare inner tube, snack(optional)
Optional coffee afterword at Sa-Ten, 916 Springdale Rd in the Canopy arts complex.

This ride is cross-posted to the Austin Cycling group on Meetup.com.
Distance:
2 - 5 miles
Speed:
7 - 12 mph
Type:
Social, No Drop
Level:
Novice
Time:
10:00 AM
Cedar Park, Texas
Start 3300 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park This is a beginner's ride on the concrete shared use path along Brushy Creek near NW Austin. Almost any type of bike can typically handle this ... moreterrain. Some of us will be riding comfort bikes! The short crushed rock portions of the trail at the start should be fine for all bikes unless the trail is excessively soft in which case the skinniest tires might be challenged and we will walk our bikes if necessary. The trail is mostly flat but we will stop and regroup if the group strings out or goes a little uphill.

This is an all ages and abilities family and senior friendly ride. Children are welcome and encouraged to attend but require a parent or guardian to ride along and be responsible for their charges.

We will gather at the south west end of the Brushy Creek Lake Park parking lot at 3300 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park, Williamson County, Texas, United States 78613
Distance:
4 - 5 miles
Speed:
2 - 4 mph
Type:
Road
Mountain Bike
Cyclocross
Social
No Drop
Family Friendly
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Fort Worth, Texas
Organization:
Welcome to Bike Friendly Fort Worth’s Family Cycling Club! Join us every first and second Saturday for a ride on the Trinity Trail. We’ll ride at a family friendly pace for about 4 ... moremiles with plenty of chances to stop and regroup. Expect the rides to last between 1-2 hours, depending on stops, so make sure you bring water! LOCATION VARIES. Check the Ride Schedule on the Bike Friendly website!

Here’s what you need to know:

All routes are “out and back” so no one is left behind, approximately 4 miles total.
All rides start at 10 AM sharp, at the designated location.
A parent or guardian must accompany any child under 10 years of age.
Helmets are required for all participants.
Trailers and tandems are welcome. Sorry, no training wheels allowed.
Rides will be canceled if the temperature is below 45° or it’s raining.
Please make sure all bicycles are in good working order prior to the ride.
Distance:
5 - 7 miles
Speed:
5 - 7 mph
Type:
Road
Social
No Drop
Family Friendly
Level:
Novice, Intermediate
Fort Worth, Texas
Organization:
Thanks to today's hectic and busy society, getting citizens — of all ages — involved in charting the course for their city requires more creative approaches than the typical town hall ... moremeeting.

Mayor Betsy founded Walking, Rolling and Caffeinated Town Halls to break the mold of that traditional, worn-out and sometimes boring town hall meeting with a casual — and active — way for citizens to connect with this city's elected leaders.

Come on out to our next town hall gathering to meet your representatives and have your voice heard! You might even have some fun with city leaders while you're at it!

It's Your Fort Worth, and we want to hear from you!

Rolling Town Halls
Grab your bike and bring your ideas for Fort Worth. Join Mayor Betsy (and certain Council members) and Bike FW at the Rolling Town Halls. Enjoy a casual ride through a planned route to see different parts of your city and to share how we can keep improving! What to expect:

Casual (easy) bike ride, geared to be family friendly ... no competitive racing
Length of rides between 5 and 7 miles or about 45 minutes
Typically, the rides will start and end in parks, community center parking lots, businesses or neighborhood amenity centers
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