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Join riders from around the country for the 2018 LIVESTRONG Challenge on October 21st, 2018! Chose from our 20, 45, 65, or 100-mile bike routes through beautiful Texas hill country. ... moreFor over 20 years, we have been changing cancer care in Austin and beyond, and we are excited to be able to reach even more survivors through the LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes. We are also proud to offer a 1-mile fun run for participants and supporters of all abilities. After the ride or run, participants and spectators are invited to the post-event party in the Challenge Village where you will find delicious local food and beer, music, vendors and a fun time for all ages.
Sunday, 21 Oct, 2018
Join us for the 12th annual LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour. Starting and ending on the air strip of the historic LBJ Ranch (now the LBJ National Historical Park), the ride offers routes of 10, ... more30, 42, and 62 miles. There’s something for everyone!

The routes take riders under majestic live oaks, past historical landmarks that figured prominently not only in the Johnson family history, but also in U.S. presidential history. See the descendants of President Johnson’s famed Hereford cattle herd as you exit the Ranch. Thereafter, it’s on to spectacular Hill Country cycling – on smooth-surfaced ranch-to-market roads and pastorial country lanes that will take you back in time. Visit rural, historic Gillespie County schools that do duty as rest stops on this scenic tour. This is truly a “Ride to Preserve History.”

Our 36th President loved his ranch. He often conducted presidential business under the spreading oak trees, and he sought solace here from the rigors of the presidency.

As President Johnson told visitors to his beloved Hill Country ranch, “All the world is welcome here!” We want riders in the LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour to feel the same warm welcome and sense of Presidential history as those who came before them.
Saturday, 30 Mar, 2019
The Alzheimer’s Association Ride to End ALZ is a cycling event to directly impact the pace and momentum behind the fight to end Alzheimer’s. Inspired by science and driven ... moreby a determination to end this disease, participants in Ride to End ALZ raise funds and awareness to advance research toward the first survivor of Alzheimer’s.

Ride to End ALZ is a fully supported event for a range of riders, whether you’re a novice cyclist, weekend warrior or avid enthusiast. Austin has three route options - 20 miles, 40 miles and 62 miles - that challenge you to go the distance to fight Alzheimer's.

You’re not in this challenge alone — each rider will be assigned a personal concierge to provide fundraising and training support from registration to the day of Ride. And on event day, our dedicated volunteers and crew will push you toward the finish line with rest stops, support vehicles and cheers of encouragement. You can do this!

All participants must be 13 years of age or older. Riders make an initial donation to activate their registration and agree to a chosen required fundraising commitment level in order to participate. Crew members and volunteers are not required to fundraise.

As the world’s largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s disease research, the Alzheimer’s Association is setting the pace of the field with innovation and investment — and you’re setting the pace with each pedal stroke.

Right now, there is no shortage of ideas in Alzheimer’s research — only dollars. But you can help change that. The funds you raise through Ride to End ALZ directly impact the Association’s ability to accelerate science toward methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer's and other dementias.

Join us as we cycle toward scientific progress in the fight against America’s sixth-leading cause of death. With each mile, you will fuel cutting-edge research with the potential to change the trajectory of Alzheimer’s disease. Challenge yourself to go the distance for all those affected while raising funds and awareness to advance research toward the first survivor of Alzheimer’s.
Saturday, 6 Apr, 2019
The 25th Anniversary Rosedale Ride What: The Rosedale Ride is an annual charity bicycle ride with routes of 23, 42, and 62 miles and a children’s fun ride of 2 miles. Begins ... moreand ends at Samsung Austin Semiconductor. This is the super-duper 25th Anniversary Ride!!

Why: The Rosedale Ride raises money for the Rosedale Foundation, a (501-c3) non-profit organization, whose mission is to support the children of Rosedale School, AISD’s only school exclusively for children with multiple disabilities and profound needs.
Saturday, 6 Apr, 2019
This is our 11th Annual event! The ride begins and ends at Georgetown High School in Georgetown, TX, and benefits the Autism Society of Texas. All proceeds are used to fund programs, ... morepromote education and awareness, and provide access to resources for families and adults living with autism in Texas.

New this year! Early Bird registration is from December 10th - January 25th! Early Bird registration is $40 for all bike ride distances and $10 for each Fun Run/Walk participants. Don't wait, register early and save some money! After January 25th the registration prices will increase to $50 for all bike ride distances and will be $25 for the first person and $10 for additional family members for the Fun Run/Walk. The registration fee includes an event T-shirt as well as lunch after the event and snacks and drinks at multiple rest stops along the routes. It also includes access to the Resource Fair, bounce houses, as well as games and activities!

ROUTES are of approximately 9, 24, and 42, and 68 miles with START & FINISH at Georgetown High School. All routes pedal through moderately flat terrain interspersed with rolling hills on the eastern side of Williamson County. Riders must obey all traffic laws. Helmets must be worn. Rest stops will be available throughout the ride. SAG vehicles will be patrolling the routes to help with mechanical troubles and to pick up riders with any problems. Please be prepared to handle your own flats and minor problems.

RIDE STARTS AT 7:30 am with no riders leaving after 9:00 am. All riders must finish by 2:00 pm, so choose a route that gives you plenty of time to finish.

The 5K Fun Run/Walk around the grounds of Georgetown High School is suitable for younger children who want to bike, walk, or run. Strollers welcome! The 5K Fun Run/Walk will be a different course this year, with 5 laps around Georgetown High School grounds. The walk and fun run will begin at 10:00 am and the post-event party will follow. See the full event schedule for more details.

Onsite registration will be available the day of the event, but we suggest you register in advance to save time and help us better plan for the event! Thank you!
Sunday, 7 Apr, 2019
This ride in Lampasas, TX, is an opportunity to celebrate the 2019 Texas 4000 Team on day 1 of their 70 day journey from Austin, TX to Anchorage, AK. With 25 and 50 mile ride options, ... moreevery level of cyclist can join in. Enjoy beautiful views, rolling hills and the wildlife of the Texas Hill Country, plus delicious local BBQ, live music, beer, festival activities, a presentation by the Texas 4000 team, and more!
Saturday, 1 Jun, 2019
The Village Achievers are gearing up to bike to the beach on September 28, 2019. You wheelie don't want to miss out of this amazing opportunity, so sign up to ride with the Village ... moreAchievers today! Worried you'll be two-tired to complete the 100 mile ride from Houston to Galveston? No worries- there are 25 and 50 mile rides available too. Create a chain reaction by donating to the Village Achievers fundraising efforts and sharing the fundraiser with your friends. By donating, you are becoming a spokesperson for The Village Learning Center, Autism Speaks, and those in our community with Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities. We'll see you at the beach!
Saturday, 28 Sep, 2019
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